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Postcard drawing of the old high school building. Postmarked September 25, 1920. See original for correspondence.
The boys stand below a sign that reads, "Willard Storage Batteries." Subjects unidentified.
Two men, one in overalls, sit idly beside the building.
View of a typical day in downtown Hinton. People are scattered across the sidewalks, conversing with associates or shopping. Subjects unidentified.
Two unidentified children are pictured on the sidewalk of a relatively empty street. To the right is the Big 4 Building. Down the street is the intersection with TempleStreet.
A group of women pose in front of the church entrance. Subjects unidentified.
Johnson pictured in fashionable attire holding a feather.
Portrait of Quisenberry who is dressed in a suit.
Shoppers pictured inside the department store, where a sign insists that "nothing in this store is over 10 cents."
Employees pose inside the shop located on Temple Street.
Diefenbach, a telegraph operator for the C. & O. Railroad, rode this horse to and from the cabin.
Mrs. Diefenbach pictured with the horse she rode to and from the cabin.
Rose's Drug Store pictured on the left.
Looking down at the street which stretches to the mountain opposite the photographer.
The unidentified man and unidentified woman are pictured on the sidewalk.
An unidentified man sits in his automobile between Ballengee and Temple Streets.
Nurses pose for a group portrait. Subjects unidentified.
Pyramids of cannon balls sit on either side of the rustic cannon.
A crowd gathers across the lawn and around a pavilion decorated with American flags.
A group of men pose outside of the church building. Subjects unidentified.
View of the church building from across the street, looking at the intricate stained-glass window work.
Colored depiction of the scenic view.Published by I. & M. Ottenheimer of Baltimore, Md.
John Rose, Charlie Rose (fountain boy) and Shan Rose (behind counter) pictured inside their store.
Two unidentified men sit on a step of the building which is located on the corner of Third Avenue and Temple Street.
Sign above the bar reads, "Union Liquor Co., J. A. Watkins, proprietor." The store was located on the lower portion of 3rd Avenue. Seven unidentified man pose in front of the entrance.
Steve and Becca Bragg pictured holding playing cards and smoking cigars on top of the tracks.
Timberlake is sitting in one of the fountain bowls. The leafless trees in the background suggest it is wintertime, which is likely why the fountain is not running.
An unidentified man exits the courthouse, walking toward the steps that connect to the sidewalk.
The building stands behind leafless trees, suggesting it is winter time. An unidentified man crosses the street on the right and walks toward the courthouse.
Street view of the building.
Kathleen Timberlake pictured leaning against the monument located at Court House Square. The Miller Hotel can be seen in the background.
Members of the Faulkner family pictured beside the monument located at Courthouse Square.
Mr. Welfrey and his wife pictured with Oran Mann, the man with the tie. Other subjects unidentified.
View of the church building and grounds from the street below.
Street view of the building located on the corner of Temple Street and 3rd Avenue. The building burned in 1983 and is now Towne Square.
An unidentified man sits behind the wheel of an automobile advertising the store located on Temple Street and 3rd Avenue.
An unidentified man crosses the street. Rose's Drugstore pictured on the left.