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Row of oil engines.
Birdeye's view of Hope Gas Compression Station at Hastings, West Virginia. Hope Gas Beacon. 41 EMS Wide; 46 EMS Deep.
John L. Lewis standing behind a table during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection Trip.
John Lewis at a dinner during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection Trip.
John L. Lewis is seated in this picture.
Official giving speech behind dinner table during Consolidation Coal Co.  Inspection trip in 1948.
Three coal officials talking during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Coal officials getting drinks during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Three men laughing during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Group of coal officials during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Group of coal officials sitting in chairs during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Filled coal cars being driven out of mine during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Workers at the Woodyard Lumber Company on West Main Street in Grafton, West Virginia. The photograph was taken in the shed as a log is being cut into  boards. L to R: Ralph Woodyard (son of owner), Edwin Woodyard (son of owner), unidentified worker, Bill Woodyard (son of owner), and W. A. Woodyard, owner. The lumber company was owned and operated by the Woodyard family until 1990. The property was sold and the building was razed in 1992.
Woodyard family members and employees outside at the lumber yard on West Main Street in Grafton, West Virginia. Left to right: W. A. Woodyard, owner of the company (holding a measuring stick) and father; Bertha Woodyard-daughter; Ralph Woodyard-son; Clair Woodyard-son; Unidentified employee; Bill Woodyard-son; Norman Woodyard-son; Unidentified employee; Unidentified employee.
Aerial view of the Administration Building and parking area at Babcock State Park in Fayette County, W. Va.
Pictured is the parking area and view of Hawk's Nest State Park on U.S. Route 60, Fayette County. From this station you can see the famous New River Canyon which is visited by thousands of persons each year.
Playing at the theatre:  Johnny Weismuller 'The Lost Tribe' and George Brent in 'The Kid from Cleveland.
Coal Tipple, coal cars and buildings along the tracks.
View of the War Motor Service building with a wrecker parked out in front.
Lettering on truck door reads:  '4H Clubs and Agriculture  - furnished by Trammell Hollis, Inc., Martinsburg, W. Va.'
View of automobile traveling on W. Va. 7 over Little Fishing Creek Bridge in Wetzel County.
A car drives down the road on W. Va. Number 20.
Site of new classroom building, middle of November.  Foundation ready for steel.
Students participating in Gastric Emptying Studies each sampling milky liquid in a beaker while faculties in a lab coat looking over them. Photo includes 'Martha Coyne.'
Librarian from July 1, 1947 - August 31, 1949.
Train maintenance workers L to R : A. C. Via, Noah Richmond, "Big Boy" Karnes
Preacher Eddie Martin delivers a sermon outside the locker room.
L to R: Tim Young; Clyde Shorter; Onva Gill; Kyle Davis; Ed Harris; unidentified; Joe Meadows; Ote Gill; Carl Edwards; Charlie Harvey; Raymond Shorter; A. C. Via; Clifford Harvey; Emmett Shirley; Charles Turner; Erskine Richmond; Bob Richmond; Basil Martin; Noah Richmond; Roy Snidow; Bill Richards; Howard Harford; Dempsey Plumley; Talmadge Reed; Paul York; Jack Breen; Jake Bennett; Wendell Bowles; Delmer Thurman Parker; Dewey Lester
This is a photograph of George Barrick Jr. of Morgantown, West Virginia. He served in the ranks in World War II and as a Second Lieutenant in Korea in the 21st infantry-24th division.
Information Included with photograph: "Pictured are: Buster, Mae, Cecil, Lara, Eva, Elva, Essie, J. S. Simms, Sallie Simms, Jesse. Not pictured: Lee and Marshall".
See original for correspondence. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Hancock, Maryland in the distance. See original for correspondence. Published by Baltimore Stationery Company. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
See original for correspondence. Published by C.W. Taylor. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
View of the construction site at ground level.
Pat pictured on site that is now occupied by H&N Ford.
Peggy Waddel (left) and Wilma Shirey (right) are pictured at the Avis Football Field, later known as Stokes Stadium.
Died 1975/07/25.