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Benches and the office window inside the train station at Grafton, W. Va.
Three gentlemen are standing in front of a 1965 Buick at the Chittum Motor Company in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Men and women stir apple butter in large kettles over fires on the lawn of a Morgantown church.
Traffic on High Street in Morgantown, W. Va. Business buildings seen along the street. Cars also parked at meters along the street.
Construction workers are grading the Courthouse Square on High Street in Morgantown for rejuvenation. Montgomery Ward and G.C. Murphy Department Stores are across the street.
Unidentified workers pose for a group photo.
Identified as 'Roy V. Eminger and --- Martin.'
Reverend James Ross is on the right.
Officer Hughes directs motorists on a busy Morgantown street.
Where the road splits at University Avenue and Falling Run Road.
A view of a residence on 100 Block on the North side of West German Street.
View of Mountaintop Vacationland with sign on right that reads 'Office Information'.
Plaque reads ' Camp Dawson established in 1901.  Named in honor of William M. O. Dawson.  Preston County 12th Chief Executive State of West Virginia 1905-1908'
Portrait of three men unveiling a plaque at camp Dawson.  Plaque reads ' Camp Dawson established in 1901.  Named in honor of William M. O. Dawson.  Preston County 12th Chief Executive State of West Virginia 1905-1908'
Shown in the picture is Phillip Gregg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gregg of Masontown, with his Baby Beef Carcass that placed Second in the Carcass Contest sponsored by Sterling Packing Company of Reedsville, W. Va.  Shown with him is Dr. James L. McBee Jr., Associate Professor of Animal Industry of West Virginia University.
The florist shop was owned by Mrs. Hardesty. The photograph was taken soon after construction was completed.
Pictured left to right; Mrs. J.D. Everly (president), Mrs. Wilhelm (vice president), Mrs. C. P. Wilhelm and Mrs. Bower (treasurer).
Max Buric, President of Kingwood Bank.
Mrs. J.W. Ruby, Mrs. J.D. Everly, Mrs. Harved Watson, Mrs. W.M. Huff and Mrs. Delmas, picture possibly taken at Kingwood Inn.
Two unidentified men.
Two unidentified women with a sign that reads; "Sabin Oral Sundays, Oct. 6th, Nov. 10th, Dec. 15th.  Time:2:00-4:00p.m.  Eleven locations, your nearest community building.  Sponsored by; Preston County Medical Society and Preston County National Foundation."
Left to right: Ludwik Bernatowicz, Patrick Bernatowicz, Bill Stone, and John Bernatowicz. The three Bernatowicz boys are brothers and all four boys were members of the Junior Stockmen 4-H Club.
Pictured left to right; Richard Hurt, Albie Cross, Howard Spory (foreman), and Kenneth VonMeler.  All college students working this past summer as a change out crew.  They changed out manual sets to new dial sets.
Pictured left to right; A.J. Anderson (Preston County Coop. ext. agent), Mr. and Mrs. David Stemple and Aurora L. Bush Swisher (FBI project director).
Four unidentified women pose with the food.
Standing, left is J. W. Ruby, the founder of Ruby Sterling Farms. The others are not identified.