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Women and child stand on porch of cottage.
Women and child stand on porch of cottage.
Men pose by drilling equipment. 'Rig possible owned by O. C. Carter.'
J. Coleman Alderson and others in the streets of Charleston. Col. J. Z. McChesney is on his right.
Prebysterian Church and Manse (ministers' residence) with trees in front of them, Elkins, W.Va., Randolph County.
A view of the River Bridge in Morgantown, West Virginia.
View of the bridge spanning the Monongahela River. Two men standing in front of bridge. One man wearing a suit and a badge. To the right of bridge is a pedestrian walkway.
See original for correspondence. Published by The Valentine and Sons Publishing Company. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
See original for correspondence. Published by E.F. Milian. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Boats are moored along the river with campers and tents in the background.
Campers are holding various recreational equipment including guns, fishing rods, tennis rackets, etc.
Four employees in W.W. Logan's Print Shop (Back of Welch Daily News Building.)
'Probably parents visiting Propst School on the last day of the term. Front Row Left to Right:  Lutheria Propst, Erma Snyder, Harry Pleasant Snyder, Cora M. Snyder; Second Row Left to Right:  John Dahmer, Ella Vaden Dahmer, Estella Dahmer, Mary Propst, Henrietta Propst, Mulvina Propst, Sarah J. Propst, Elsie M. Blizzard, Sarah J. Blizzard; Third Row Left to Right:  Willian E. Propst, Hendren Propst, Walter P. Propst, Hetty V. Propst, Benjamin Propst, Lewis Propst, David Propst, Philip E. Rader, Jacob Mitchell, Granville H. Blizzard, Jacob A. Propst
Aerial view of houses and buildings at Tunnelton.
View of Hotel Noel with residents out on the porch.
Unidentified student sits next to the Observatory which has '09 painted on it.
The Tygart Valley River is on the left, Monongahela River is in the center, and the West Fork River is on the right. 'Around Fairmont 115 leave 215 for Connellsvile. Quite a pretty town altho hilly. Want to finish writing this eve or in am.' Postcard sent to Miss Ester Shirley, Shen Jct, W. Va. on December 14, 1909.
Also known as the West Virginia Industrial School for Boys.
Photographer U. C. Shock moved his family from Helvetia to Arkansas around 1907 where his daughter Bess met Roscoe East. Roscoe and Bess are standing on the left in the photo.  They were later married and had three children.  Herbert Shock is standing on the left while his mother Mary is seated in front of Bess holding her son Charles.  Rilla Shock is standing on the right.  U. C. Shock later moved his family, less Bess, back to W. Va.
'Photograph postcard of Dr. Ladwig on his at the mill. Notice the Clarksburg flag postmark.'
Dr. Otto Ladwig (right) at the Raine-Andrews Lumber Company.
Mill workers, back row, left to right: 1.Unidentified, 2.Unidentified, 3.Warnick, 4.Poling, 5.London Poling, 6.Irvin J. Poling, 7.Unidentified, 8.Clarence Yeager. Front row, l to r: 1.Unidentified, 2.Cletus Channell, 3.Sheffey Simmons, 4.Unidentified, 5.George McDaniel, 6.Unidentified, 7.Unidentified, 8.Howard J. Wilmoth, 9.Pleasant Poling, 10.Unidentified.
A little boy plays in the snow on the town's main road street.
A child explores in the snow with a sled parked behind him.
Seated Left to Right: Rev. Hilary G. Richardson, Walter C. Preston, Anna Kennedy Davis, John J. Davis, Julia McDonald Davis. Standing Left to Right: Lillie Davis Preston, Emma Kennedy Davis, Anna Holmes Davis Richardson, John W. Davis, John James Davis Preston.
Left to Right: John M. Ashcraft Sr., Unknown, Harry G. Ashcraft, son of William, Harry's wife, Nell A., William H. Ashcraft, Nancy Jane Ashcraft, wife of William, Baby Bernard, son of Nell and Harry.