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View of North Alderson looking N.W.  Camp Greenbrier in foreground.  Brick public school building right-center.
Preserving beans, peas, and radishes in glass jars.
Several people stand in front of the Old Market House where the city building now stands in Wellsburg, W. Va.
Construction of houses on fraternity row can be seen along dirt road which is High Street in Morgantown, W. Va.
View of Alderson from Indian View.  Mountains around the whole town of Alderson.
Man, two children, and two women stand near a car decorated for the Fourth of July parade.
See original for correspondence. Published by Fred G. Barlow. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Body of a miner killed an explosion lying next to train track.
Group portrait of five graduates in caps and gowns.
A general view of Alderson from above.
Lumber mill and pond. Three smoke stacks visible.  Greenbrier County.
Patriotic 'RIT' dye display in the front window of Dillon's Five and Dime Store Located on Riverside Dr. in Alderson, W.Va.
A view of the Old Covered Bridge in Philippi, West Virginia.
Body of miner killed in an explosion lying next to train track.
Left to right: Paul McKinney, John. M. Brewster, Raymond Gaddis, Two Jenkins Brothers, Thos. Bunter, "Bun" Ireland, G. Ralph Maxwell, Louis Marvin, Arthur Richardson, Stanley Ray White, Paul R. Maxwell, Leo E. Stenger, and Cyrus H. Maxwell
'Her Children; Elizabeth, Charles, Virginia & Carolyn.'
Listrava Avenue, 6 room house, rented for $15.00 per month and has 17 occupants. Most occupants were Eastern European Immigrants.
Listrava Avenue, 3 room house with ten occupants, including eight boarders who sleep in one room.
Located on Listrava Avenue, 5 room house without indoor plumbing.
Open drain on Sturgiss Avenue.
Sturgiss Avenue, 7 room tar paper house.
Listrava Avenue, 9 room house.
Back yard of house on Sturgiss Avenue with unidentified child in rocker and large pile of barrels.
View of fences built by American Sheet & Tin Plate Company in Sabraton.
Located on Listrava Avenue.
View of backyards with "pit closets".
Unidentified men building a new fence around South Sabraton dwellings on Sturgiss Street.
A collection of liquor containers along a track with two unidentified men holding bottles.