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Interior of drug store (probably Ream's Drug Store) with soda fountain on 304 High Street, Morgantown; the counterman is Harry Selby.
Chadwick's laundry wagon on Chestnut Street, Morgantown; the wagon is parked in front of the building for Chadwick's Laundry.
Unidentified baseball player in a rural setting posing alternately as a batter and a pitcher in two separate photographs.
Two players wearing uniforms with the letters "A" and "B", possibly from Preston County.
Men pose beside and inside a log train.
Postcard of various Clarksburg buildings, including Waldomore and the Waldo Hotel.  Bridge leads into Glen Elk section of Clarksburg.
Two women walk in the circle driveway outside this Elkins home.
Front view of the H. G. Davis house in Elkins, W. Va.
Two women walk outside of Halliehurst.
Exterior of the Elks Home in Wheeling, West Virginia.
Two photographs side by side. One of the Strand Theater and the other of Smoot Theater. Both Theaters are located in Parkersburg, West Virginia.
'Gorby Brothers Grocery Store, early 1900's. Located on the south side of North Street near Maple Avenue, New Martinsville, West Virginia. Left to right: unknown, Charles Thomas Gorby behind horse's collar, unknown (in back), Front: unknown, William Edward Mullett, unknown, Kersey Jesse Gorby, George Ira Gorby.'
Terrapin park in the early 1900's. Original image is out of focus.
Postcard of Market Street in Parkersburg, West Virginia.
Postcard of Market Street in Parkersburg, West Virginia.
Postcard of bird's eye view of Parkersburg, West Virginia.
'Around 1910, High Street is brick-paved, trolleys are in evidence, and Bell Telephone is advertising a public phone at the Odd Fellows building. Hirschman's Clothiers sports an elaborate cast-iron facade.'
Construction on bridge at foot of Wharf Street. Person sitting near left side of bridge. Electric lines and pole can be seen in front of bridge.
Group of men standing near the middle of the bridge. Two are fighting.  Some men on the walkways of the bridge. Edge of bridge can be seen. In the distance you can see hills and the pathway.
Suspension bridge known as 'The River Bridge'. View of the railroad trestle at the foot of Walnut Street.
People are entering and exiting the Monongalia County Courthouse in Morgantown, West Virginia. The street in front of the courthouse is paved in bricks.
A horse-drawn carraige and people are crossing the South Park Bridge in Morgantown, West Virginia.
A view of the Monongahela River flowing underneath the River Bridge in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Horse-drawn buggy used for distributing laundry.
J. H Flick Construction Company Railway Contractors from Mount Vernon, New York, located near railroad tressle at Walnut Street in Morgantown, W. Va.
Anton Romisch, second from left standing. Workers pose for photograph. Many of the workers holding tools.
American Sheet and Tin Mill looking South East. Located in Morgantown, W. Va. Men and children sitting on fence located near Mill. Houses located near Mill.
Glass factory in Seneca. Tower seen before the factory, stacks located  on left side of factory.
Interior of a store located in Morgantown, W. Va. Decorations hang from ceiling.
Two men stand beside the window display.
American flags hang over display cases with boxed shirts.
'Corner of High Street and Kirk Street.'
Construction of the Wesley Methodist Church on Willey Street in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Second Church building located at Willey Street in Morgantown, W. Va. Site of Present Masonic Temple.
Group portrait of female members of the Sunbeam Philothea class at the Spruce Street United Methodist Church.