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Postcard photograph includes three teams of horses pulling felled trees and a small child (unidentified) mounted on one team horse.
Caption on postcard reads: "One of the most beautiful streams in West Virginia, from which many trout are taken each summer." Published by Grafton Souvenir. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Bird's Eye view from atop Ritter Hill of Huntington, West Virginia. Published by I. Robbins & Son. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Caption on postcard reads: "The old building, which is the oldest erected by white men in this section of the Ohio Valley is now in charge of the Daughters of the American Revolution and is used as a meeting place of that organization and as a receptacle for historical relics." Published by I. Robbins & Son. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Several people canoeing out on the lake during this fall day at Clyffside Park in Huntington, West Virginia. Published by I. Robbins & Son. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
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Published by S.P. Smith. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
2,000 feet elevation. Hand painted view from front of hotel, showing cars lined in the parking lot by the entrance. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Built 1837, good for centuries. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
View looking up at the main building from the school driveway. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
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Published by Mason Bell. See original for correspondence. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Church erected in 1796. Looking south. Published by Coleman's Pharmacy. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Bridge on left leads to an entrance of church, as well as stairway on right. See original for correspondence. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Caption on back of postcard reads: "Birthplace of Stonewall (Thomas J. Jackson). Born 1824, killed at Chancellorsville 1863". Published by Tichnor Bros Inc. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Caption on back of postcard reads: "Erected in 1904, this building contains the administrative offices, library, teachers education center and radio studios. Shepherd College, an accredited state college is located in historic Shepherdstown, Wes Virginia on the banks of the beautiful Potomac River." Published by Frederick Camera Shop. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Published by W.E. Dittmeyer. (From postcard collection legacy system.)Lockwood House on the Storer College campus can be seen at the top of Camp Hill, left side of the image.
Published by The S. Spencer Moore Company. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Published by I. Robbins and Son. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Exterior of coal mine. Published by A.G. Martin Company. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Published by Souvenir Post Card Company. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Published by E.G. Kropp Company. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
(From postcard collection legacy system.)
People stand on front porch of Richard Store. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Colored image of busy Main Street in the early 20th century. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Rogers Hotel on left. Shoe Repair shop on right. Published by Photo Crafters. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Postcard depicts two children overlooking the Tygart Dam.  Children are (left to right) Richard Ware and James Ware, both residents of Grafton at the time of the photo.Published by Rex Heck News Company. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
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Published by I. Robbins & Son. (From postcard collection legacy system--subject.)
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Published by Stenger News Co. (From postcard collection legacy system--subject.)
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The church was organized in 1822. The back of the post card reads: "Moorefield Presbyterian Church: Built in 1847 with additions in 1870, 1928, and 1956, used as a hospital and stable by Union Forces during the Civil War, for which an indemnity was paid by the United States Government."
The church was organized in 1848.  The present building was built in 1945 after the original collapsed during repairs.
Street view of the church building which is located between Washington and Waynesburg, Pennyslvania. The church was built in 1904.
Houses are scattered at the top of hill.
Mauzy house, home of Michael and Leila Harper Mauzy. House burned in fire in 1920s.
"May 3rd 1934, Stayed here all night."
Photo postcard of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity house on North High Street in Morgantown, W. Va.
A view of Woman's Hall on the corner of Spruce and Willey Streets, Morgantown, W.Va., formerly known as Episcopal Hall.
Three men stand below a foot bridge spanning a ravine at Coopers Rock State Forest, W. Va.
Now the Spruce Street United Methodist Church, the church stands on the corner of Spruce and Fayette Streets.
A view of the old Clarksburg Courthouse, erected in 1889 on Main Street. It was replaced in 1932.
A newly finished building, likely a church, in the Wiles Hill neighborhood of Morgantown.
Published by I. Robbins & Son, Pittsburgh, PA.
Standing in the front right are Mr. and Mrs. John W. Zinn, parents of Earl Ray Zinn. John Wesley Zinn married Mary M. Corrothers, daughter of William Corrothers who built the house around 1875. Earl R. Zinn married Lillian Arnett Steele.
Earl Ray Zinn, pictured on the extreme right, poses beside an automobile with his unidentified associates.
Train tracks head toward the mountain which divides Virginia and West Virginia.
Horses draped in Red Cross flags pull a cart covered in uniformed persons and decorated seats. The drug store is pictured in the background.
Postcard published by Tom Jones of Cincinnatti, Ohio. Three unidentified men stand behind the counter on the left while a group of men sit at a table in the background.
Drawn depiction of the grand hotel building and grounds.Published by E. C. White of Ronceverte, W. Va. See original for correspondence.
Drawn, colored depiction of the view from the C. & O. Railway. Two figures are pictured on top of a large rock formation.Published by J. A. Graham & Co.
Three men sit outside the store in an old-fashioned automobile while others stand outside the shop. Subjects unidentified.
People are crowded along the balconies and staircase of the building. The atmosphere of the photo suggests an excitement in the air, perhaps in anticipation of a parade.
Male members of J. D. Morris family gather around to play cards.
Group portrait of the Summers County residents and relatives.
Bosch, known as "the man without hands," was the proprietor of Pete's Cigar Store in Richwood, W. Va. Bosch invented his own artificial hand after losing his left arm and right hand in a railroad accident.
An unidentified woman is pictured in a yard with her hand placed on a chair. She is likely a relative to Walter Dix Lewis.
The Gerardstown Presbyterian Church was organized in 1783.
Unidentified members of the Harper family from Pendleton County, W. Va.  They are enjoying ice cream cones and ice cream sandwiches.
Two unidentified men of the Harper family in a horse drawn wagon.
Unidentified woman of the Harper family posing with a moon background.
Unidentified members of the Harper family making a pyramid.
Texie Harper, daughter of Isom.  Texie later had a daughter named Vallie Harper.
Lou and Neal Lawrence, daughters of Mary Harper Lawrence and Ambrose Lawrence.
The Jr. OUAM Band poses on the front steps of Stewart Hall on the WVU campus, Morgantown, W.Va.
A view of the former lodge of Morgantown's branch of the Masonic Order, located on the corner of High and Willey Streets.
A group of young men and women pose on a rocky hillside near the Cheat River, W. Va.
A group of men pose in and on an engine of the M and K Railroad.
A view of the West Penn Power Dam in winter.
A group of adults and children pose by their tents. A sign on a tree reads "Floater's Rest."
"Home of Nobel and Pulitzer Prize winning author and humanitarian Pearl S. Buck (1892-1973). A national historic landmark, the 1835 stone farmhouse is open for guided tours March - Dec."
"This card is from the International Headquarters of the Pearl Buck Foundation For Amerasian Children."
Photograph taken 8 miles west of New Creek, W. Va. on US Route 50. Elevation 2725 feet.
The organization was established before the Civil War, but the exact date is unknown.
Colored drawing depicting the church building and grounds. Published by Beckley News Co. of Beckley, W. Va.
Colored depiction of the street view. Department stores line either side of the road.Published by I. Robbins & Son, Pittsburgh, PA.
Emma Walker Meador on the far right with Matt Cook to her right. The rest of the unidentified men haul sticks and wood across the land. The farm is now known as Meador Camp Ground at the Bluestone State Park.
Three unidentified men put their arms around each others shoulders while posing on the bridge.
The photograph is titled, "Irish Nut." An unidentified man sits on the railing while holding his hat.
The Hinton Baking Co. entrance is covered in snow. The sidewalk nearby appears to have been shoveled clear.
Third from right is W.T.W. Dye, M. D. To his front right is Sophia A. Dye. Other subjects unidentified.
A man put his arms around his three daughters. On the right of him, his two sons sit on mules. These are likely relatives of the Lewis family.
Walter Dix Lewis, left, and Will Lewis, second from left, pose holding axes with three unidentified associates. The men are likely preparing to log.
Walter (left) is pictured sitting with members of the Groves family.
Mr. Nutter (left), Earl Parker (center) and Fred Nutter (right) stand in the background while Mrs. Nutter (front) holds the Nutter baby.