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A postcard of the Hatfield Family Cemetery located in Sarah Ann, West Virginia. Also includes photo of "Devil Anse" Hatfield on his horse Fred.
A postcard of the "Devil Anse" Hatfield cemetery monument.
A postcard of the "Devil Anse" Hatfield Monument between Logan and Williamson West Virginia.
A picture of Rose McCoy, daughter of Randolph McCoy and lover of Johnse Hatfield.
A picture of Devil Anse Hatfield (left far back) Betty Caldwell, Madie, and unidentified individuals sitting in a swing set on a rock cliff.
Marion and Rosa Browning with their son Anse.
Elizabeth "Betty" Hatfield Caldwell (L) with her sister Rosa (R).
Tennyson "Tennis" Hatfield's first son by his wife Charlotte "Lottie" Hunter.
Tennyson "Tennis" Hatfield, Willis Hatfield, and Joe Hatfield.
Joe Hatfield (left) and an unidentified little girl.
Willis Hatfield with one of his son's acquaintances.
Cara Hatfield, the wife of Troy Hatfield.
Elias Hatfield and his mother, Levias "Levicy" Chafin-Hatfield.
Unidentified Hatfield family members.
Willis Hatfield and an unidentified individual.
"Devil Anse" Hatfield and his wife Levisa "Levicy" Chafin.
Individuals identified as Cara, Patty, Lake "Lakie" Maynor, and Alice, alongside some of their children.
A postcard picture of John Caldwell in Elias Hatfield's Saloon. A dog sits on the counter.
A postcard of Willie "Devil Anse" Hatfield, leader of the Hatfield Clan during the Hatfield/ McCoy feud of the late 1800s.
Postcard of Weston State Hospital.
Published by I. Robbins & Son, Pittsburgh, PA.
Postcard published by I. Robbins & Son, Pittsburgh, PA.
Postcard published by I. Robbins & Son, Pittsburgh, PA.
Postcard published by J.R. Elson.
Caption on the back reads, "One of the finest and most modern equipped Roller Rinks in U. S. A.  Music by Hammond Electric Organ - Two large reflectors for moonlight skating. Building 100 x 300 ft. Beginners section separate. 15 x 180 ft. Skating Nightly - Saturday and Sunday Afternoon. Cecil Milam, Mgr."
The Wheeling Roller Rink, also known as the Milam Roller Rink, was part of the state fairgrounds located on Wheeling Island. The building is still standing.
Photograph taken 8 miles west of New Creek, W. Va. on US Route 50. Elevation 2725 feet.
"The "Good Earth" desk- an antique Chinese hardwood piece at which Nobel Prize and Pulitzer Prize winning author Pearl S. Buck penned her famous novel- is on display with other Asian and American antiques."
"This card is from the International Headquarters of the Pearl Buck Foundation For Amerasian Children."
"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."
Looking northwest on Fifth Street during a flood.
A newly finished building, likely a church, in the Wiles Hill neighborhood of Morgantown.
A view of the old Clarksburg Courthouse, erected in 1889 on Main Street. It was replaced in 1932.
The conductor stands in the door of streetcar 12. Text on the back reads, "This is the streetcar that ran from Morgantown down to Osage."
A view of South Park from High Street. At far left is the Walnut Street Bridge.
A view of Guseman's Mill, located on Decker's Creek in Dellslow, near Morgantown, W. Va.
View looking over the High Street Bridge, north toward Hotel Morgan.
A Sinclair service station in the Jerome Park, neighborhood in Morgantown.
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."
Two cars race a horse-drawn buggy at the Evansdale Race Track.
Springhill Furnace Presbyterian Church was built ca.1833 and is still in use.
A group of men pose in and on an engine of the M and K Railroad.
Now the Spruce Street United Methodist Church, the church stands on the corner of Spruce and Fayette Streets.
A group of children and some adults pose at the door of the blacksmith's shop at the south end of High Street.
A bird's eye view of the Seneca and Sunnyside neighborhoods of Morgantown, showing the Falling Run Bridge in the foreground.
A large group of male glass workers, primarily children or young adults.
A view north up Spruce Street with Cox House on the right.
View looking south down High Street.
A group of young men and women pose on a rocky hillside near the Cheat River, 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 view of a graffiti-ed rock wall at Coopers Rock.
View over Cheat Lake from Mont Chateau State Park.
Three men stand below a foot bridge spanning a ravine at Coopers Rock State Forest, W. Va.
A view down University Avenue of the WVU campus, showing Commencement Hall, Stewart Hall, and Purinton House.
A view of the old Law Building, now known as Colson Hall.
A view of the WVU campus looking down Maiden Lane, featuring Stalnaker or Women's Hall and Oglebay Hall in the distance.
WVU Athletic Field with view of Westover.
The Jr. OUAM Band poses on the front steps of Stewart Hall on the WVU campus, 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.
A crowd of people, some in horse-drawn buggies, gathers in anticipation of the WVU Cadet Band.
View of WVU Athletic Field. Pictured in the background are the Armory, Stewart Hall, and Commencement Hall.
A view of Falling Run on the West Virginia University Morgantown campus.
Photo postcard of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity house on North High Street in Morgantown, W. Va.
"Rooters when Marietta made a great play at Marietta - Morgantown foot-ball game." Photo postcard.
United States Coal and Coke Company tipple and plant.
"May 3rd 1934, Stayed here all night."
Texie Harper, daughter of Isom.  Texie later had a daughter named Vallie Harper.