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View of brick paved Charles Street with trolley car tracks running down the middle.
Portrait of the prominent Morgantown attorney and community leader who served in the state legislature from 1792 to 1804, and 1816 to 1817.  Wilson was also a member of the Board of Trustees for the Monongalia Academy in Morgantown, 1814 unitl his death in 1826.
James Cecil "Little Jimmy" Dickens was born and raised in Raleigh County, West Virginia.   In the late 1930's he began performing on WJLS in Beckley while attending West Virginia University.  Soon Dickens quit school and pursued his passion for a career in music. He subsequently became a member of the Grand Ole Opry and  the Country Music Hall of Fame and is credited with introducing live performances into the country music business.
Portrait of West Virginia politician and industrialist Henry Gassaway Davis. Davis served as the state's United States senator 1871-1883.
Five unidentified miners pose beside a truck loaded with coal.
Mr. Ennis, the school teacher, stands outside of the old school building. The photograph was taken in the early 1900's.
A group of school children pose outside of the school building with their teachers. Subjects unidentified.
Cars are parked in front of the large stone building. The hospital was later renamed Raleigh General.
Photograph taken in the early 1900's shows the entrance to the Beckley National Bank, as well as Dr. Sutphin's dentistry.
Smoke rises from a coal facility in Carbondale, W. Va., which is located in the valley between the mountains.
Photograph of the engine, built in January 1922, belonging to Campbell's Creek Railroad Co.