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Exterior of Murtland Automobile Company; people and automobiles are in front; also includes storefront of "H.J. Domhoff, Wagon Builder."
Shay train engine No. 10 and its crew.  (Lima 1914) at Cass.  Spruce, WV. Crew  Ed Lyle - fireman on far right.  Note Lantern on Locomotive.
A lady dressed like Pocahontas rides on a coal truck filled with coal.
African-American baseball players of the Red Star team pose for a team photograph. They played for a community just down Dunloup Creek from Glen Jean. Trevey took this picture about 1915.
Angled view of two story Brick home.
Townspeople along the street watch as circus performer pass by in Beckley, West Virginia.
Close view of cows in a field.
Large farmhouse on the William Currence farm.
'Shavers home, Lodge Hall, etc.'
Large group of people gather together under trees in Charleston, W. Va.
'Back Row, L-R all men: Reuben Smith, Bill Gould?, Ben Woodson, unknown, Arnold Metzener, Ben Fahrner, John Marti, Ernest Burky, Charlie Balli, Dan Fahrner? Second row, women standing: unknown mother and child, Della Vogel, Verena Metzener, Julia Burky. Seated: Mary Burky, Ruth Fahrner, Mary Metzener, Bertha Engler, Hulda Dubach, child unknown.'
Backwards print of image number 006899 - for list of names check description for image ID# 006899.
(Left to Right) Jakob Looser, Burky, Olga Aegerter, unidentified, Paul Aegerter, Fred Burky.
View of people walking on the sidewalks of downtown Lewisburg, W. Va.
Group portrait of football team sitting on stairs with their coaches, Martinsburg, W. Va.
'3rd floor back not in original building.  1st Baily house around street. Cained Corner'
St. Francis Catholic Church on McLane Avenue, in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Workers of the American Sheet and Tin Plate Mill of Morgantown, West Virginia pose for a group photo.
Chrisman Foundry Company located in Westover, W. Va., near Morgantown, W. Va. Scraps seen near the factory.
'View of High Street, ca. 1915. The Tower at the left of the picture is the First Baptist Church-located on the same lot as the present church.'
From Westover
Man standing on the tracks next to a trolley in Morgantown. 'Photo found in city directory.'
Decker's Creek looking north from the Walnut Street bridge.
Walnut Street Bridge and Monongahela Power Company in Morgantown, West Virginia.
A view of High Street, corner of Willey Street, looking southwest, showing I. C. White buildings in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Print number 924. An outside view of the Royal Furniture Company next to the Harouff Hotel.
A view of the Morgantown Business District taken from Westover Hill.
A view of Morgantown taken from western side of the Monongahela river looking northeast.
Sabraton Yards 800 feet looking East.
View looking up Beverly Avenue, now University Avenue, at Stewart Street.
A view of Winchester Avenue in Moorefield looking west from railroad crossing.
View of Bean's Garage, Moorefield's first garage. 'In 1909 M. A. Bean, a farm boy from 'up the river', came to town and started a livery stable at the present location of Bean's Garage (1954). In 1911 he bought a high wheeled International Automobile and started in the taxi business. In 1912 he bought a Buick and added it to the taxi service. It was in 1912 that he also got the Ford Dealership in Moorefield and started to sell automobiles, and installed his first gasoline pump. In 1918, Mr. Bean got the Gulf Distributorship for several counties in this section. Until 1952 part of the old original livery stable still housed part of the garage. In one year during Bean's Garage history they sold 380 automobiles which was their record year.'
Horse racing at the Ritchie County Fair in Ritchie County, West Virginia. David Scott Collection.