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Postcard of the U.S.S. West Virginia going under the Brooklyn Bridge.
Houses in a coal town with a few cars parked along the street.
People stand outside of a Pocahontas Fuel Co. building that houses the Post Office.
Group portrait from Left to Right: Charlie Smith, Mr. McGuire, Mr. Guinn, Lundy E. Meadows at Fire Creek.
Two men stand by the Head House at Fire Creek.
'Showing ice house, showing colored school and church below cliffs.'
Store building next to railroad tracks.
Interior of the machine shop at Fire Creek.
Tipple with railroad cars underneath.
Exterior of Fire Creek Store.
Tipple and slack bin. There is a bicycle parked next to a shed beside the tipple.
Photo taken from the back of the Kincaid house.
Shelves and drawers in the Fire Creek Store. There is a man in the back of the store.
Front view of Gaston Caperton's house.
Man at work in the Incline Station.
Freight train with man standing to the side.
Front of church is on the right. Other buildings are in the background.
Home of L.E. Meadows, Superintendent, Fire Creek.
Ice house, colored school and church below cliffs.
Smoke rising from the coke ovens.
View of coke ovens and surrounding buildings.
Bicycle is parked outside of a shed next to the tipple.
View of the head house at Fire Creek Coal and Coke Co.
Vault and Smith desk present in office.
Bennett children are standing in front of the house.
Clothes are hanging on the line behind building with smoking chimney.
Tool shed sitting alongside the RR tracks.
Side view of the head house at Fire Creek Coal and Coke Co.
Picture shows the Chesapeake and Ohio section foreman's house.
No Trespassing sign is at the entrance to the tunnel.
Laundry is hanging on the line outside of the dwellings for African-American miners at Fire Creek, W. Va.
'Billy Wells and Shorty.' Buildings on top of mountain at Fire Creek.
Man standing next to a freight train.