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Bridget, an African-American Extension Service worker, displays shelves of canned Faraday food.
Candid group portrait of African-American Extension workers at the Filbert Achievement Day Exhibit and Luncheon. Many women are sitting at a large table with dresses hanging on the walls behind them.
Group portrait of female African-American Extension workers holding a flag in front of a building.
Caption on back reads, 'This section of Cranberry shows fine houses and fine coal.'
Cranberry Mine tipple and surrounding buildings.
Summerlee tipple and surrounding buildings.
Aerial view of a portion of Beckley, Smokeless Coal Capital courtesy Harry E. Anderson; 'Copyrighted 1955, All Rights Reserved by Harlow Warren, 320 North Kanawha St., Beckley, W. Va.'
A person is walking on the sidewalk of Jackson and Monroe Street in Fairmont, West Virginia during the big snow storm of 1950.
Tables set up at a the Four Corners Restaurant in Grafton. 'Approved by Duncan Hines July 14, 1950. Breakfast - Cantalope with Black Rasberrys, Country Ham, Eggs A La King, Toast, Jelly, Beverage.'
'Front seat: John Solomon. Back Seat, left to right: John Sanders, Johnny Muffly and Jules Singelton.'
Young boy with a rifle poses next to the marker.  The marker, located at 305 Dewey Street, Morgantown, reads: 'This tablet marks the site of Fort Kerns erected at the beginning of Dunmore's War, 1774. Placed by the Elizabeth Ludington Hagans Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution, 1927.
Group portrait of band members with their instruments.
Construction workers are working at the corner of High and Spruce Streets in Morgantown, West Virginia. 'Lower left: John Mollennex, West Virginia University student from Elkins. The Post Office is in the background.'
View of poeple gathered at Audra State Park swimming. 'Photo by conservation commission of West Virginia.'
Men working on a new building at Camp Carver.
View of cars driving on Clintonville Hill on U. S. Route 60 in Greenbrier County, W. va
Colonel D. T. Moore 84 years old, Monday's LRotClub mtg... 24 years a Rotarian and 100% attendence.
Aerial view of North Main Street at Webster Springs.
View of the Elk River Valley near Webster Springs.
Photo by Conservation Commission of West Virginia.
View of Grumbein Island, and left to right: Cafeteria, Health Center, Reynolds Hall, Tower of Administration building, Law School, President's home, Experiment Station.
Professor and Head of Entomology and Entomologist at Experiment Station, 1911-1950.
'First black WVU graduate in Woodburn Hall newsroom.'
A student with a headphone sitting at a broadcast board reads an article in his hand.
Two WVU faculty members sit at a desk while one on the left Joseph Gluck holds a microphone.
Dave Harmer is on the left and an unidentified freshman is on the right.
'Engine terminal, round house, coaling station, water thanks, machine shops, turntable and office building ca. 1950.  The Guyan river runs between the shops and W. Va. Highway 10.  This picture was produced just before the diesel came online with the C&O.  All the shops are visible except the lower end where the pittracks existed.'
Image from the collection of the Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Society. 'CSPR-2372; Right 3/4 view of H-6, 2-6-6-2 Mallet #1485 at Handley, W. Va.; K-4 #2700 in background.'
Image from the collection of the Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Society. 'CSPR-5158, right 3/4 view of K-4 #2700 at Handley, W. Va. engine terminal.'