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"How to spoil a lovely building on the backside."
Five unidentified  people on the porch of P. W. Atkinson's residence.
Reserve Officer Training Corps Units, including the band form on Mountaineer Field and pass in review as spectators watch from the stands.
Seen here is the first Capital Building for the State of West Virginia. 'Chapter 23 page 267.'
No. 2 Climax Engine pulling lumber carts.
Left, Dean of Medicine Clark Sleeth; Center, Dr. Paul Dudley White; Right, Van Liere (former Dean). White is famous in the field of cardiology, and served as President Eisenhower's cardiologist after his heart attack. He appears to be holding a model or cast of a heart, and may have been invited here to speak.
Portrait of General David Hunter Strother standing in the woods.
Construction begin on the main section of the library in 1930. The tower or floors six through 10 were added in 1950. This photo of the building before the addition of the tower, was possibly taken in the 1940's.
View of two women leaving Medical School at WVU.
Main Street of Horton, W.Va. Train tracks visible in foreground.
Spruce town and mill.
Scenery along the Western Maryland R.R. Train traveling toward Hambleton from Parsons at Watering Tank. Printed for F.S. Johnston Drug.
The front view of Adam Stephens' house in Jefferson County.
Machinery likely inside Blaker's Mill, a Greenbrier County mill relocated to Jackson's Mill.
Portrait of Colonel John Higginbotham of Buckhannon.
Weight 60 Tons.  Engineer, George Crawford; Courtesy of Robert Dean; Sayre, Pa.