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Cars parked outside of the Fostoria Glass Company Building.
View of the "Point" at Pittsburgh.
Beckley Fire Creek Coal Company.
'For more information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission see A&M 2491 (S.C.).'
Mine car traveling up hill to waste dump. 'For information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission See A&M 2491 (S.C.).'
'Rev. Del. Swartz. To his left Glenna Williams. WVU students pastor and Mountaineer Mining Mission Pastor. The WVU Presbyterian Fellowhip students were also helpers at the Shack. For information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission See A&M 2491 (S.C.).'
'Rev. Lee Klaer, Presbyterian Student Minister and the Mountaineer Mining Mission Minister. He came after Rev. French retired. Westminister Fund Poster.  Founder of Chestnut Ridge Camp. First named Mountaineer Mining Mission or later the Presbyterian Neighborhood Services, P.N.S. For History See A&M 2491 (S.C.).'
Group of children in front of the Shack for Christmas Party, Pursglove, W. Va., Monongalia County. 'For information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission, later the Presbyterian Neighborhood Services, See A&M 2491 (S.C.).'
Front of the Arthurdale Inn with two cars parked outside.
Eleanor Roosevelt in car with two men in Arthurdale, W. Va.
Children walking with father on country road. Title,"Welcoming Father Home". Information on the back of the photograph,'A print from the FDR Library collection This print is furnished for your file and must not be reproduced without the owner's permission. Album 359 FSA - Arthurdale W. Va.'
Children play volley ball on dirt court. Information on the back of the photograph, 'Album 359 FSA- Arthurdale W. Va. A print from the FDR Library collection. This print is furnished for your file and must not be reproduced without the owners permission.'
Child watches while mother cans. Information on the back of the photograph, 'Album 359, FSA - Arthurdale, W. Va. A print for the FDR Library Collection. This print is furnished for your file and must not be reproduced without the permission of the owner.'
View of bridge going into Charleston, W. Va. and Kanawha Boulevard paralleling the river.
Cars on a street in Grafton, W. Va.
'Fourth Ave looking East from 9th Street.'
People and cars on the street in Huntington.
Looking down the street in Huntington. Shanks Oil Co. is on the right.
Morgantown, W. Va., Courthouse. Tree has no leaves indicating cold weather.
Employees of Wilson Chevrolet in Morgantown, West Virginia. Back Row: left to right: M. R. Moore, Buck Core, Lemley T. Jamison, John Lough. Front row: Earl Metseller, Okey Dewitt, Mac McGinnis, and Dave Wilson.
Two people are waiting to cross the street, across from the Five and Dime G.C. Murphy Company Store on High Street in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Nurse 'Miss Adamovich, RN' in the Monongalia General Hospital's Pharmacy. Located in Morgantown, W. Va.
Automobiles are passing Sinclair Gasoline and Esso on University Avenue in Morgantown, West Virginia.
A view of High Street in Morgantown, West Virginia looking south.
A close-up view of G. C. Murphy Company Store and Montgomery Wards stores on the east side of High Street, Morgantown, West Virginia.
John L. Lewis and M. M. Neely sitting at a table.
View of Babcock State park on a clear sunny day.
A view of the City Building, where the Old Market used to stand.
View of trucks crossing the McRoss Meadow River Bridge on U. S. Route 60 in Greenbrier County, W. Va.
A scenic view of the town of Greenville.
Please credit F.S.A. Farm Security Administration.  Photo by Post.
'Wayne All Steel Body, Model 4360.  Length 23'9'', width 95'', inside height 67''.  Boy is installed on GMC, Model T-33 chassis, 234'' wheelbase.  Special equipment features include:  1. Genuine leather upholstery, 2. #1569 book racks, 3. #1513 window guard rails, 4. Special lettering.'
'Engine is on South Fork of the Cherry River.'
'Top row left to right- Schnider- Cook, Mike Dunn, (Doake) Russell, Lee Wilfong, Hoot Dolan, Flawn Seabolt.  Bottom row left to right- Edgar Walton, Forrest Workman, Okie McLairz, Hank Carpenter- Gardner, Harold McCuty- Ram Saw, John Buzzard, Lee Rose, George Wilfong.'
Erected in 1894.