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'A view of South Park from the Pleasant Street bridge, circa 1902. Note that Cobun Street dead-ends at Park Street.'
A horse drawn carriage and people are walking across the South Park Bridge in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Iron Company seen in Wheeling, W. Va. Other buildings seen surrounding the Iron Company.
'South Park in 7 months from time bridge was done.'
'(Ill. Med. College)'
A portrait of Dr. Moore wearing a hat and carrying an umbrella. 'Medical doctor from Mannington, West Virginia'
Top Row L to R:1. R. L. Payne; 2. G. W. Coleman; 3. J. W. Bess; 4. C. D. Roberts; 5. E. F. Wicker; 6. C. C. Burk; 7. Robert Jones; 8. J. A. Snead; 9. B. E. Parker; 10. F. Ball; 11. B. H. Fox; 12. M. W. Hughes; 13. J. D. Surber; 14. M. H. McDowell; 15. W. T. Sigler; 16. J. F. Smith; 17. W. B. Ritchie; 18. J. H. Massie; 19. H. P. Youell; 20. J. A. O'Leary; 21. F. C. Utterback; 22. T. H. Viar;  23. W. S. Thomas;   24. J. E. Perkins; 25. W. D. Vallandingham; 26. J. A. Chattin; 27. B. L. Nunnaly; 28. A. R. Sydnor; 29. C. T. Nunnaly; 30. C. E. Glass; 31. E. T. Miles. The photograph belonged to W. W. Jackson
Jean D. Chaison aims a musket. She was "Queen" at the event of the unveiling of the Confederate Monument in Union, West Virginia, 1901.
Postcard photograph portrait of W. T. Mathers, addressed to Eugene Mathers in Morgantown, West Virginia. Inscribed on the postcard is "My great-uncle W. T. Mathers"
Captain Ellsworth Eisenbarth's showboat traveled the Ohio River, advertised as "The Modern Temple of Amusement". Here the steamboat is towed through icy waters by the "Lula F.", built at Palestine, West Virginia in 1890.
(From postcard collection legacy system.)
He is taking a "selfie" by using a string, for darning socks, to trigger the shutter. The oilfield cabin he is in is referred to as a "Jenny Lynd" type, which means it has no studding, just wide poplar boards. Photographers note: "If wife would only come back."