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"Where our houses Start from."  Logging crew at Tucker County, W. Va.
Horses, wagons, and pedestrians on High Streeet.<br />
Group portrait of McKean Family with their horse and carriage prior to participating in a parade in Beckley.  From left to right:  Gertie (Beasley) McKean, son Clay, daughter Mae, and Sam McKean.
Group portrait of lumber workers in front of building.
Teamster riding a log pulled by his team of horses, Pardee and Curtin Lumber Company.
Horses pull cars with large sections of logs along tracks.  Loggers pose on logs.
Group portrait of logging crew.
Four crew members standing with their equipment.
Group portrait of four Civil War veterans, members of the Parkersburg Grand Army of the Republic Group.
Team of horses and a wagon.
Men standing at the bottom of a wooden derrick.  Keen Wolf.  Bull Bayou.
Students and a teacher in a classroom.
Horse drawn carts emerging from the White Oak Coal Company Storage and Distributing Plant at Richmond, Virginia.
Homes and coal company buildings at Glen Jean, W. Va.
Miners and horses at Acme Mine on Cabin Creek posed for a group portrait.
H.C. Hogsett store located near the North end of bridge in Alderson.
Group portrait of male and female students posed with different types of sports equipment.
Ornate chairs, many portraits, and a garland strung over the windows decorate this room.
Greenbrier River from Bridge at Alderson.  House visible on the shore.
Monroe Street, houses on the right and left, in Alderson, W.Va.
Boaters in the foreground. Iron bridge over the Greenbrier River at Alderson.  Bridge built in 1881.
Students paint seated in front of easels inside the Allegheny Collegiate Institute.
'The Lockard Shop burned in 1911. Lodge Hall, Shavers Barn and scale house are all shown here. Upstairs is carding machine.'
Man stands in a boat near where logs are caught in some rapids.
A woman and a child stand on the porch of the Bosley home.
View of Charleston, West Virginia with bridge over river on right.
Postcard of Charleston, West Virginia.
Two men are crossing a dirt street in Charleston, West Virginia in the early 1900s. On one side of the street are businesses while on the other side of the street are houses. Above the street are lots of telephone wires.
The Kanawha River is in the foreground and the capitol in seen center, back ground.
Many telephone wires stretch along a street in downtown, Charleston, W. Va.
Sheriff Residence: 1896-1900 Facing Back Street now Washington Avenue. Three women standing in front of the house: Elizabeth Bond Lang (Wife John G. Lang) Etta Lang (Wife of F. Shuttleworth) Susan Hornor Lang (Wife of Sheriff Lq.L. Lang).
View of the city of Elkins, W.Va. looking from the North, Randolph County.
First Ward School Building, Elkins, W.Va. in Randolph County.
Houses on Davis Aveunue, Elkins, W.Va. in Randolph County.
Postcard of the I.O.O.F. Childrens Home building in Elkins, West Virginia located in Randolph County.
Postcard of tree lined Randolph Avenue in Elkins, West Virginia.
A horse drawn wagon is in front of an unidentified log building in Fairmont, West Virginia.
Winter day at the B&amp;O Machine Shops in Grafton, W. Va.
Runners lined up for a race at the Old Fairground on Riverside Drive in Grafton, West Virginia.
Camera room 1889 to 1902 with photography equipment in Grafton, W. Va.
Reception room on the 2nd floor in Grafton, W. Va.  Woman standing behind a counter, two children sitting in chairs.
Exterior view of Loar and Co. Photographs in Grafton, W. Va.  Studio on 2nd floor, lived on 3rd floor 1890-1902.
Outside of Loar and Co. Photography Studio in Grafton, W. Va. 'Loar family moved from Fetterman, 1896.'
Train engine and "Billey" Grayham, Cap. Jas Flanagan, "Berney" Wilmoth, Jake Blocker, Agt. standing around the locomotive.
Fort building stands in a field where two children are playing in the foreground. Inscription with the image, 'The present site of John Brown's Fort as it now stands in a field overlooking the Shenandoah River, in [West] Virginia, a few miles from where it originally stood at Harper's Ferry.  It was placed here at the request of Kate Field, of Washington after it was exhibited at the World's Fair in Chicago.'
'Ed Douthit, Mr. and Mrs. Lon H. Hutchinson, R. Mather Archer and others.'
'South side 3rd Ave. looking west from 11th St.'
Men standing on a horse drawn float for Huntington Lounge Co. in Huntington, W. Va.  'Brick building at right is old Huntington Bank which was robbed by the James brothers gang in the 70's.  It later became the Huntington National Bank which merged with the First National Bank.  The tall man is Ham Dickey, once mayor of the city.'
Townspeople are watching a Turkey Drive in Lewisburg, West Virginia;
Large group of people gathered around a wooden structure, Lewisburg, W. Va.
'This photo is from the book 'Way's Packet Directory, 1848-1994' revised edition compiled by Frederick Way, Jr. and published by the Ohio University Press, Athens, Ohio - 1983.  Joseph W. Rutter, Editor, wrote in the Foreward: 'The lifetime work of Frederick Way, Jr. is found in his Packet and Towboat Directories, indispensable resourses for those interested in the Steamboat Age on the Western Rivers'.'
A girl sits on a rail by the lake.
Two women and two boys sit next to a tent at a campsite.
Two women and two boys are beside a white tent and picket fence.
An aerial view of Parkersburg, West Virginia from the City Building.
Several boys and men are sitting on a porch in Parkersburg, West Virginia.
'Probably Gould family members.'
A close-up view of the City Building in Parkersburg, West Virginia. A bridge is directly behind the City Building.
Pittsburgh, Morgantown, Fairmont Printed on the side of the boat.
'Worker housing climbs up the hill of Seneca in the early 1900's, as the neighborhood grows around the glass factories.'
Townspeople are boarding street cars on High Street in Morgantown, West Virginia.
'Lough Brothers Carriage Factory. Note the furnished carriages and wagons at right.'
Looking across the Old Supervision Bridge from Westover to Morgantown, West Virginia.
A man sitting in horse-drawn carriage is stopped on the Westover end of the bridge.
Men working on the Suspension Bridge in Morgantown, West Virginia.
The bridge over the Monongahela River from Morgantown to Westover.
Soda jerks behind the counter at the Moore and Parriot Drugstore, Morgantown, W. Va.
Four men are standing in front of a business at the corner of Fayette and University Avenue in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Four men are standing in front of Dawson's News Stand in Morgantown, West Virginia. There are: (right) Grover 'Coopeye' Rice, H. Ott Garrison 'Hog' (middle), ? Fox 'Foxy' (left) and Fenton Rice (rear) High and Fayette Streets. Centennial edition of Morgantown Post.
Umbrella bears the words 'Stag Trousers Union Made Never Rip'.
People seen on side walk in front of stores, looking into stores or just passing by store.
Two men stand behind the counter.
Possibly Joliffe's or Acme Department Store.
Possibly Joliffe's or Acme Department Store.
Possibly Joliffe's or Acme Department Store.
Located on the corner of Ash St. and Wilson St. in South Park.
A picture postcard of boats on the Ohio River in Wheeling, West Virginia.
Living room with chairs around the fire place.