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Group portrait of students standing on steps outside of school.
Postcard from Souvenir Folder Mountain Scenes, Midland Trail, and State Route No. 21, West Virginia.  From Joe Ozanic Scrapbook.
Postcard from Souvenir Folder Mountain Scenes, Midland Trail, and State Route No. 21, West Virginia.  From Joe Ozanic Scrapbook.
Postcard from Souvenir Folder Mountain Scenes, Midland Trail, and State Route No. 21, West Virginia.  From Joe Ozanic Scrapbook.
Postcard from Souvenir Folder Mountain Scenes, Midland Trail, and State Route No. 21, West Virginia.  From Joe Ozanic Scrapbook.
Postcard from Souvenir Folder Mountain Scenes, Midland Trail, and State Route No. 21, West Virginia.  From Joe Ozanic Scrapbook.
Postcard from Souvenir Folder Mountain Scenes, Midland Trail, and State Route No. 21, West Virginia.  From Joe Ozanic Scrapbook.
Postcard from Souvenir Folder Mountain Scenes, Midland Trail, and State Route No. 21, West Virginia.  From Joe Ozanic Scrapbook.
Postcard from Souvenir Folder Mountain Scenes, Midland Trail, and State Route No. 21, West Virginia.  From Joe Ozanic Scrapbook.
Postcard from Souvenir Folder Mountain Scenes, Midland Trail, and State Route No. 21, West Virginia.  From Joe Ozanic Scrapbook.
Postcard from Souvenir Folder Mountain Scenes, Midland Trail, and State Route No. 21, West Virginia.  From Joe Ozanic Scrapbook.
Postcard from Souvenir Folder Mountain Scenes, Midland Trail, and State Route No. 21, West Virginia.  From Joe Ozanic Scrapbook.
Postcard from Souvenir Folder Mountain Scenes, Midland Trail, and State Route No. 21, West Virginia.  From Joe Ozanic Scrapbook.
Postcard from Souvenir Folder Mountain Scenes, Midland Trail, and State Route No. 21, West Virginia.  From Joe Ozanic Scrapbook.
Postcard from Souvenir Folder Mountain Scenes, Midland Trail, and State Route No. 21, West Virginia.  From Joe Ozanic Scrapbook.
Postcard from Souvenir Folder Mountain Scenes, Midland Trail, and State Route No. 21, West Virginia.  From Joe Ozanic Scrapbook.
Postcard from Souvenir Folder Mountain Scenes, Midland Trail, and State Route No. 21, West Virginia.  From Joe Ozanic Scrapbook.
Driver stands at door to his Third Ave. trolley.
Alex McCausland, son of Confederate General John McCausland, posed for the photograph on his property.
Bronze and stone marker commemorating Colonel John Evans.  Placed and dedicated on Memorial Day, 1912, the marker reads "1738  1834 THIS STONE MARKS THE SITE OF THE HOME OF COL. JOHN EVANS [DAR insignia] PLACED HERE BY THE COL. JOHN EVANS CHAPTER OF THE DAR". The dates refer to Evans' birth and death dates.The stone arch across the top of the marker came from the fireplace of Evans' log cabin, where George Washington was said to have conducted business concerning lands.  The marker was located on the site of the former St. Francis High School, off Patteson Drive in Morgantown, W. Va.
Gulf Refining Company Station located on the corner of University Avenue and Fayette Street. The homestead of Morgantown founder, Zackquill Morgan was located on this site.
Old stone house owned by Michael Kerns in 1772. Holes were built into the house to watch for attacking Indians. The house was located beneath the South High Street Bridge.
An old brick home which was built before 1798 and occupied by John Davis in 1803. This house is located on the corner of High and Pleasant Streets in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Home of early and widely known physician of Morgantown for more than a half century. McLane built the house in 1840 on the southwest corner of High and Kirk Streets and resided there until his death in 1878.
Home of first United States Senator of West Virginia, Waitman T. Willey.
This rock, where early pioneer Abraham Guseman settled is located on Route 7 and Tyrone Road in Monongalia County, across from Deckers Creek.
The chimney was the only part left of the stone-split house built ca. 1800. Guseman also built a large flour mill near his house, on Deckers Creek.
The Woodgrove Furnace was built, three miles from Ice's Ferry, between 1822 and 1824 by Josiah Jackson, son of Samuel Jackson. This furnace was used to make pig-iron.
Mount Tabor Church was one of the oldest churches in Monongalia County. It was attended by the early pioneers before the early 1800's.
This stone marks the place of David Adam Ice's birth. He was thought to be the first white child born in West Virginia in 1767.
A dam for a flour mill, made out of split stone on Deckers Creek, near Pioneers Rocks in Monongalia County.
Pile of lime stones found in Monongalia County, West Virginia.
Located about 3 miles from Morgantown, West Virginia, The Easton Mill was a grain and saw mill built right after the Civil War in 1875.
Miss Warman of the Cheat Neck area, posing on her porch.
Home is located in Cheat Neck area of Monongalia County, West Virginia.
Photograph of location where an old saw mill stood in Monongalia County, West Virginia.
Photograph of Sugar Grove area in Monongalia County.
Graveyard built for Irish Settler William Stewart and his family near Point Marion Road in Monongalia County.
Site of Forks of Cheat Church established in 1775, located near the confluence of the Cheat and Monongahela Rivers. The church was burned down by Indians.
The Forks of Cheat Church was established in 1775 and is considered the oldest established domination of Christianity west of the mountains. The original Forks of Cheat church was burned by Indians.
Tombstone of early Irish Settler William Stewart. The Grave marker reads, "Here These the Body of William Steward Deceased FEB THE 10 1811 AGED 84 Hark From the Tomb A Soleful Sound My Ears Atend The Cry Ye Living Men Come View The Ground Where You Must Shortly Lie."
Unidentified girl with a bucket on her arm, looks toward the open fields. The print at the bottom of the photograph includes, "Made with Anthony's 2 B Equipment." and "Printed with N. P. A. Extra brilliant Albumen Paper".
Dr. Fox worked in the Bluefield Sanitarium in Bluefield, West Virginia in Mercer County.
WVU student and composer of the WVU Alma Mater.