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Original source:  Homer Floyd Fansler, Hendricks, West Virginia
West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company train engine.  S.I.C.E [?]  1912 Atlanta (Perrell).  Credit copy, Mallory Hope Ferrell.
Men stand amongst wreckage.
Four horses pull a cart loaded with a very large log.
Crowd can be seen in front of the courthouse in Morgantown, W. Va.
On the left is Arthur Beaumont.
Arthur Beaumont on the left.
Morgantown and Dunkard Valley Streetcar at the corner of Pleasant Street and University Avenue, ready to run to Cassville, men unidentified.  Copied from Page 20 Morgantown Post Chroncile, Industrial Supplement, January 16, 1913.
View across Monongahela River of WVU buildings and Seneca section of Morgantown W. Va. Woodburn Hall is at the far right.
Track runs through the site.
Rail line runs along cut in hillside.
Rail line runs along cut in hillside.
Steam shovel working at the Acme Limstone Quarry in Greenbrier County.
Campers gather dressed in costume for a group photo.
Group portrait of Camp Greenbrier boys and counselors in Greenbrier County, near Alderson. The 'N' probably means Norfolk, home of some of the campers.
'The Ohio River, showing the bend at Ravenswood and the Ohio side of the river.  Ravenswood in the distance at right.'  From photo album labeled 'Stewart A. Cody, County Agent, Jackson County, 1912.'
'George Sennett's farm. A typical 'ridge' farm, between Murrayville and Lone Cedar. On the ridges, the farm land is rougher and the farms are further apart.' From photo album labeled 'Stewart A. Cody, County Agent, Jackson County, 1912.'
'A view of Jesse Run showing the farms of Mr. W. H. Melhorn and Mrs. Hartley. These farmers each market a case of eggs during the spring months. The greatest interest in poultry is shown by the farmers living in the 'runs' and 'forks.' From photo album labeled 'Stewart A. Cody, County Agent, Jackson County, 1912.'
'Poultry house on the farm of Mr. W. L. Ball, R.F.D.2., Ravenwood. Mr. Ball keeps 100 hens in this house and a log poultry house of about the same size. Note the hen on the nest under the shed at the right of the house.' From photo album labeled 'Stewart A. Cody, County Agent, Jackson County, 1912.'
'Poultry house of Mr. W. R. Glovers, R.F.D. 2, Millwood. Twenty-seven fowls exist in this 8'x13' shed. The nest are constructed on the outside of the house, undoubtedly because of the preference of the hens.' From photo album labeled 'Stewart A. Cody, County Agent, Jackson County, 1912.'
'Poultry house of Mr. E. J. Rankin, R.F.D. 1,Ravenwood. A Tolman poultry house 14' x 22', holding 100 fowls. This is one of three types of poultry houses best adapted to Jackson County.' From photo album labeled 'Stewart A. Cody, County Agent, Jackson County, 1912.'
Poultry House of Mr. T. H. Snider, R.F.D.1, Ravenwood. One hundred to one hundred and fifty pure-bred Barred Rocks are housed in this house, 16'4"x20'8". The front part is a scratching shed, the rear, a roosting room. The sales last year ammounted to $104.87.' From photo album labeled 'Stewart A. Cody, County Agent, Jackson County, 1912.'
'One of the three types of poultry houses adapted to the county. This is a simple shedroof house 7' x 30' with a paper roof and open front. Packed dirt floor covered with sand.' From photo album labeled 'Stewart A. Cody, County Agent, Jackson County, 1912.'
'Interior of Mr. C. E. Crow's poultry house. The perches are well arranged, the ventilation is fair, the house is well constructed, but the value of the poultry manure as a fertilizer is not considered. This is a general condition in certain parts of the county.' From photo album labeled 'Stewart A. Cody, County Agent, Jackson County, 1912.'
'Interior of first floor of Mr. C. D. Rice's poultry house. The birds are fed on this floor in the winter. The nests are also on this floor while the perches are on the second floor.' From photo album labeled 'Stewart A. Cody, County Agent, Jackson County, 1912.'
A simple shed-roof poultry house, 10' x 31' with nests and perches. From photo album labeled 'Stewart A. Cody, County Agent, Jackson County, 1912.'
'A method of taking poultry to the market that is very common among farmers living within a distance of one or two miles of the country store, particularly those that did not own a horse.' From photo album labeled 'Stewart A. Cody, County Agent, Jackson County, 1912.'
A view of the old wooden mill at Hollywood. The men in the picture are: 'Stewart Vandegrift, Clarence Bostic, Newton Van Stavern, Osbie Surfice, and Amos Vandegrift'.
back row: John Dahmer (10 Feb 1878 - 25 Aug 1974), Estella Dahmer née Dickenson or Dickinson (9 Feb 1889 - 25 Nov 1976).front row: Ella Vaiden Dahmer (married name: Mullenax, 4 Sep 1908 - 30 Apr 2007), Lucy Verona "Verona" Dahmer (married name: Pitsenbarger, 25 Jun 1911 - 25 Nov 2004).
Aerial view of Webster Springs from Miller Mountain.