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Welch Emergency Hospital
'This very coarse lumpy mine run coal is the result of proper shooting. The miner is paid on a tonnage basis for loading this coal into mine cars. He is required to watch his coal carefully as he loads it and see that no impurities become mixed with the coal.'
One of 12 Shay Engines pulling log trains at Cass, W.Va. during 1920's.  Now Site of W.Va. Scenic Railway.
Dadisman and a woman seated on a hillside.
Waters seen as high as the front porch of the residence. Few people out on the porch, sitting or cleaning up some of the mess.
Warehouse with cars parked outside.
View of Dr. Hodges' Physics Lecture Room and what appears to be an amateur radio station from about 1920.
Five people stand inside the General Store. 'Frank Zimmerman.'
Coal Tipple with four coal cars underneath it.
A view of houses on University Avenue.
'Car number 52. Running West between Granville and Jimtown (Randell). Beside Monongahela River. The buckets suspended above the river were used to carry coal from a mine on the West-side to the Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road shipping point on the East-side.
'Jessee, Janet, and Jarley Fleming.'
Photo given to Dr. Core by A. C. Shively.
The Elks Lodge on Walnut Street in Morgantown.
Three delivery trucks are outside in front of Riverside Lumber Company in Morgantown, West Virginia.
View of 'The Devil's Saddle, Dolls Gap and New Creek Mt. U. S. 50, 8 miles west of New Creek, W. Va. Elevation 2725' from Alleghany Front Mt.
Men rehearsing mine safety procedures.
Motto 'Montani Semper Liberi' appears on the front of the station house.
Men seated and standing in a entrance.
A view looking North of men excavating High Street for new pipelines.
Portrait of Captain John C. Felton,  Co. A., 7th Reg. WV Inf. Vols.
View of the people seateed Grand Stand.
Coal tipple at Red Parrot.  Large chute coming from the coal mine. Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad car being filled.
'South view of High Street near the Post Office and Montgomery Ward Store.' A view of High Street on a snowy winter day before 1926, because the High Street Bridge wasn't built yet.
Showing Monongahela Power Building.
Group portrait that includes Sid Hatfield who is sitting on the left of Mother Jones and holding a pipe. 'This is a retainable copy of a lost original.'
Also shows portion of Gaston Caperton's house.