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Lumber mill and pond. Three smoke stacks visible.  Greenbrier County.
Body of miner killed in an explosion lying next to train track.
Body of a miner killed an explosion lying next to train track.
Patriotic 'RIT' dye display in the front window of Dillon's Five and Dime Store Located on Riverside Dr. in Alderson, W.Va.
Man, two children, and two women stand near a car decorated for the Fourth of July parade.
A general view of Alderson from above.
Group portrait of five graduates in caps and gowns.
View of North Alderson looking N.W.  Camp Greenbrier in foreground.  Brick public school building right-center.
View of Alderson from Indian View.  Mountains around the whole town of Alderson.
A view of the Old Covered Bridge in Philippi, West Virginia.
Construction of houses on fraternity row can be seen along dirt road which is High Street in Morgantown, W. Va.
See original for correspondence. Published by Fred G. Barlow. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Several people stand in front of the Old Market House where the city building now stands in Wellsburg, W. Va.
Preserving beans, peas, and radishes in glass jars.
'Her Children; Elizabeth, Charles, Virginia & Carolyn.'
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
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.
Sturgiss Avenue, 6 room house.
Typical company house occupied by miners, rented two per room.
Located on Long Alley, 4 room tar paper structure with unidentified woman and child standing on the porch.
Listrava Avenue, 5 room house with grocery business addition.
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.
Listrava Avenue, 6 room houses.
Listrava Avenue, 9 room house.
Sturgiss Avenue in winter.
Disposal of sewage through open drains were common in low-income area of South Sabraton.
Sturgiss Avenue neighborhood has a new fence.
Listrava Avenue, a county road runs through South Sabraton.
Corner of Sturgiss and Eljadid Street was also a street car stop with poor drainage and sanitation.
Located on Listrava Avenue.
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.
View of backyards with "pit closets".
"Five Brothers' Tobacco" sign hangs next to a dirt road running by Harner's Barn.
The "dry closet" is erected over an open water course. Framed building on the right is a street car barn.
Going to Sunday school.
Two unidentified Italian children and man pose for photograph as the older child looks at a book.
Unidentified men building a new fence around South Sabraton dwellings on Sturgiss Street.
Romanian woman white washing a fence on her property.
A collection of liquor containers along a track with two unidentified men holding bottles.
Weekly wagon load of beer bottles and barrels returning from South Sabraton. Listrava Avenue on deep, muddied road.
A street car depot is seen in the foreground.
Bath time at home of unidentified woman and child
Two room rental for $4.00 a month.
An 8 room house with 22 occupants.
A five room house with nine occupants, seven were boarders.
Four room house.
A six room house with 15 occupants, including 11 boarders. Most occupants of these dwelling were Italian, Greek, Hungarian and Slavic immigrants.
A six room house with 22 occupants.
Rear view of a group of dwellings containing meat, grocery and general supply stores.
Post card print addressed to Mrs. Maria L. Haldeman. Morgantown, W. Va.
View of the company's lumber mill and rail transportation. Information on the back of the photograph includes: "Stephen D. Trail Su. Co. W. V. 2000 Roy Long Coll".
Inmates work clearing a field, while two men, probably staff at the state prison, watch from a buggy. None of the subjects are identified.
Bucky the mule, hitched to a wagon, pulls four unidentified people.
Pictured with their ten children: Harry, Lance, Kate, James, Jane, Mary, Anna, Sophie, Howard, and Eva.
Identified: 1. Minnie Miller, 2. G. A. Miller, 3. J. Hunter Miller, 4. C. L. Miller, 5. Mary B. Miller, 6. Estelle Miller, 7. A. E. Miller, 8. James H Miller, 9. Jane Miller. Taken at the Miller family home.
Charles Faulkner was born in Martinsburg, West Virginia in 1806. He was a member of the Virginia House of Delegates from 1829 to 1834 and served as a commissioner of Virginia in handling the disputed boundaries of Virginia and Maryland. From 1851 to 1859 he served as a Whig and Democrat in the U.S. House of Representatives. In 1860 Faulkner was appointed by President James Buchanan as Minister to France. While serving he was arrested in 1861 on charges of negotiating arms sales to the Confederate army. Later that year he was released and enlisted with the Confederate Army as an assistant General under Stonewall Jackson. After the war he returned to work within the West Virginia state government until 1877 when he retired to Boydville to continue practicing law. See original for correspondence. Published by Ripple & Baker. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
View of church and homes along side of Fifth Ave. in Huntington, West Virginia. See original for correspondence. Published by Hugh C. Leighton Company. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
See original for correspondence. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
See original for correspondence. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
See original for correspondence. Published by The Peerless Art Company. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
See original for correspondence. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
See original for correspondence. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Bird's eye view of Scarboro, West Virginia. See original for correspondence. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
See original for correspondence. Published by Detroit Publishing Company. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Published by S. Spencer Moore & Company. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
See original for correspondence. Published by Fayetteville Jewelry Company. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
See original for correspondence. Published by Hall Johnson. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
(From postcard collection legacy system.)
See original for correspondence. Published by White Sulphur Springs Supply Company. (From postcard collection legacy system.)