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Located on the corner of 3rd Avenue and Ballengee Street, a group of church members pose in front of the building and on the steps. The reverend at the time the picture was taken was Rev. Gates. Subjects unidentified.
Jeeps filled with boy scouts head down Ballengee Street to participate in the parade. To the left is Carnagie Library.
Marching band gets in position on the corner of Fourth Avenue and Ballengee Street. Ann Harvey Gore's parents home pictured on the far right.
A man stands at the trunk of a car and holds up two dead foxes.  Inscription on reverse says photo is from VE Day 1945.
A string of decorated cars make their way through the intersection of Ballengee Street and 2nd Avenue as a crowd watches from the sidelines.
A truck carrying uniformed soldiers is pictured at the intersection of Ballengee Street and 2nd Avenue. Subjects unidentified.
Women dressed in fancy gowns stand on a float as four horses drag it along the corner of Ballengee Street and 2nd Avenue. Spectators line the sidewalks as they observe the spectacle. Subjects unidentified.
Photo of the neighborhood intersection.
Men with painted stomachs and costumes walk down Ballengee Street. Subjects unidentified.
Looking up Ballengee Street from the statue's position.
Unidentified group of men and boys lined up, facing the camera, on Ballengee Street.
Street view of the building located on Ballengee Street.
View of Robert Summers Neely home located on Ballengee Street. Neely was a local dentist and chairman of the republican county committee.
View of home lived in by Harold, son of Edward Calvin Eagle.Edward C. Eagle served on the local Hinton bar for nearly a quarter of a century after paying his way through West Virginia University. Mr. Eagle served his first term as prosecuting attorney of Summers County from 1902 to 1904 and for the following twenty years was the United States commissioner at Hinton. In 1920, he was elected prosecuting attorney on a platform that called for the suppression of moon-shining and law-breaking in general.
Two unidentified men pose by the intersection of Ballengee Street and 3rd Avenue.
Murrell Family Christmas Tree in the basement of their home, 309 Ballengee Street, Hinton, W. Va.
Miller Murrell dressed as a sheriff next to a Christmas tree.  He is in the basement of the Murrell family home at 309 Ballengee Street, Hinton, W. Va.
Miller Murrell on a bike next to the family Christmas tree in the basement of their home at 309 Ballengee Street, Hinton, W. Va.
Pictured from left to right in the front is Earnett Cobb, Betty Jane Arrington Angell, and Lloyd Seldomridge. The two gentleman in the back are Homer Thrall, left, and Raymond W. Argabright. On the awning, above the group, reads, "The Gang's All Here".
Petrey pictured in front of the Ritz Theatre on Ballengee Street.
Lona Richmond, left, and Betty Jane Arrington Angell, right, pose in front of the theatre on Ballengee Street.
A group of spectators watch as Parker re-enacts the circuit rider next to the First Methodist Church building located on the corner of Ballengee Street and Third Avenue.
Moorman Parker sits on top of a horse to perform the re-enactment in front of the First Methodist church building located on the corner of Ballengee Street and Third Avenue. Other subjects and spectators unidentified.
Two young boys on bicycles watch Moorman Parker perform the re-enactment on a horse in front of the First Methodist Church building located on the corner of Ballengee Street and Third Avenue.
An unidentified man cross the street toward the super market. Parked cars line the sidewalk. The trees are bare, suggesting it is winter time.
Looking at the home located on Ballengee Street.
Miller Murrell, probably on left, and Danny Gardner hold a Kool-Aid stand outside the Murrell home at 309 Ballengee Street, Hinton, W. Va.
Cars parked along the street in front of residences. The automobile in the center sports a sign reading "Ambulance" on its dashboard. To the far right, a sign for Barnett Funeral Home is pictured partially.
A crowd gathers on the sidewalks as a float in the parade travels through the corner of Ballengee Street and 2nd Avenue.
Street view of the store located on Ballengee Street.
Street view of the building located on Ballengee Street. The theatre is advertising The Ten Commandments.
A crowd watches at the intersection of 2nd Avenue and Ballengee Street as a parade float disguised as a train drives by.
The building, located on Ballengee Street, is advertising "She Wore a Yellow Ribbon" playing that day.
An unidentified boy is pictured riding between Second and First Avenues.
Marching band members make their way down the street from Second Avenue to First Avenue.
An unidentified boy sits on top of a fire hydrant to get a view of the ongoing parade.
Miller Murrell and two other children sit in front of a house, likely on or near Ballengee Street in Hinton, W. Va.  The children are in a wooden jeep.  A large toy gun is mounted on the rear of the vehicle.