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Exterior of Marple Chevrolet Dealership; trucks and automobiles are parked in front; located on corner of University Avenue and Walnut Street.<br />
Exterior of Lough-Simpson Grocery Company; employees with company automobiles are in front.<br />
Men stand on a Shay locomotive hauling a train of cars filled with logs.
Portrait of Arabelle G. Crothers, Director of Scott's Run Settlement, 1926-1931. 'I went to Scott's Run, W. Va., Sept. 1, 1926.'
A portrait of Arabelle G. Crothers, Director of Scott's Run Settlement, 1926-1931.
Marion Shovel Model 28 during strip mining.  Donkey is pulling a cart.
A lady sits on a boulder from the blasting to make Falls Mill Rd.
Customers and dog pose inside Alfred's Store in Poca, West Virginia.
View of the Dining Hall at the W. Va. Industrial School for Boys.
Distant view of the Central Plant of the W. Va. Industrial School for Boys, Grafton, W. Va.
Kunst Cottage at the W. Va. Industrial School for Boys in Grafton.
Orchard on top of a mountain near the W. Va. Industrial School for Boys, Grafton, W. Va.
A belt is hooked up to a tractor. Group of men stand next to a silo attached to the barn.
Street scene outside of the Kitson apartments in Weston, W. Va.
People are playing miniature golf at Lucky Strike Golf Course in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Old A&amp;P Food Store, Morgantown, W. Va., located on Walnut Street. Employees standing behind the counter, a few shoppers in store.
A view of High Street in Morgantown, West Virginia. This photograph was taken before 1927.
The Garlow building on the east side of High Street.
Barrels and other equipment for making moonshine.
'A view of Senecca Addition and Morgantown, West Virginia - east side brick yard in lower right.'
A horse-drawn carriage stops at West 2nd Street alongside the Bailey House.
A view of McCoy Mill which was repaired by the American Legion in 1954. McCoy Mill is located in Franklin, Pendleton County, West Virginia.
This court house was built to replace the one destroyed by a fire April 17th, 1924.
View of Robinson Cottage in Taylor County.
Kunst Cottage and the Automobile Tag Factory at the W. Va. Industrial School for Boys.
Aerial view of Webster Springs in Webster County.
'Junior High teacher.  Member of first graduating class.  Member of W. Va. legislature.'
'Principal at W. S. H. S. ca. 1915-1923-1926.  He was also Superintendent of Ohio Northern University, Bethany College.'
Buildings pictured are the Law Building, President's Home, and the library.
Portrait of Marion Stage McTaggart.  Marion was born on December 24, 1909, and was a graduate of Marietta College and Smith College.  She married David Dillon on September 21, 1934.  She died on February 18, 1990.
Fairmont W. Va. Mar. 15-23. I started to work here today. I am staying at Richards. My address is 314 Madison St. Daddy' Postcard sent to Ellen Belle Hickle, Fairchance, Pa. Box 207 on March 15, 1925.
Four country musicians holding their instruments - guitars, upright bass, and violin (fiddle).
'Michael Nuce. One of Monongalia county's oldest and most picturesque residents, Michael (Uncle Mike) Nuce, 90, died on Saturday morning in his home near Rock Forge. His death was caused by complications following a dislocated hip and other injuries suffered in a fall late last summer. The funeral will be conducted in Davidson's chapel at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Interment will be in East Oak Grove cemetery. The widely-known nonogenarian spent his lifetime and died on the farm where he was born. His parents were Michael and Susan Homer Nuce. He lived to ace all his immediate relatives pass on except one brother, Abraham, 93, who lives on the old Kingwood Pike. A number of nieces and nephews also survive. Included is Mrs. Horace G. Flanagan, who lived at the Nuce Homestead. Nuce was looked upon by his neighbors and friends as a shrewd, but unerringly fair dealer. Many of his activities had become almost legendary with his associates.'
Left to Right Front Row: Abraham Nuce, Henry Nuce, Michael Nuce.  Each was a Civil War Veteran serving the Northern cause in the U. S. Army.  Identifying information in A&amp;M 3021 Nuce Family Collection.
Walter Mestrezat was the first West Virginia University Band Director.
This view is from Mason Ave.