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Beechurst Avenue in Morgantown, West Virginia is flooded by a broken water main.
A truck in the parade carries a group of people down Beechurst Avenue.
A man is being pulled by two horses down Beechurst Avenue.
Two horses pulling a man down Beechurst Ave.
Two horses are pulling a wagon during the Monongalia Bicentennial Parade in Morgantown, West Virginia.
A float and covered wagons going down Beechurst Avenue.
Horse drawn wagons go down Beechurst Avenue.
Two girls carrying a 1776 flag lead a troupe of people down Beechurst Avenue.
Marching Band in the Monongalia County Bicentennial Parade in Morgantown, West Virginia.
A band marches down Beechurst Avenue.
A horse drawn carriage goes down Beechurst Avenue.
Two horses pull a wagon in the Monongalia County Bicentennial Parade.
A man dressed as Uncle Sam walks down Beechurst Avenue with an umbrella and a small American flag.
Parade procession goes down Beechurst Avenue.
The parade procession traveling on Beechurst Avenue.
Old automobile seen at the corner of Front Street and Beechurst. Dog is chasing car.
A view of West Virginia University buildings and Beechurst Avenue in Morgantown, West Virginia.
A picture postcard of Beechurst Avenue and Front Street in Morgantown, West Virginia.
A dog is chasing an automobile is driving at the intersection of University Avenue, formally called Front Street, and Beechurst Avenue in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Men digging up the sidewalk on Beechurst Avenue between about 3rd and 8th Street.
A parade on Beechurst Avenue looking North.
Children are hiding behind five particpants in a parade on Beechurst Avenue in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Monongalia County Business and Loan Association.  District:  Fourth Ward.  From Whom Acquired:  Gaschler, Joseph W..  Address of Property:  416 Beechurst Avenue.  Description:  Lot 20 Bk 22 Beechurst Avenue 35 x 100'.  Improvements:  Dwelling, six rooms and bath, brick construction, slate roof.
Monongalia County Building and Loan Association. District: Fourth Ward; From whom acquired: Venntacci, Domenich; Address of property: 420 Beechurst Avenue; Description: Lot 19, bk 22 Beechurst Avenue, 50 x 100'; Improvements: dwelling, six rooms and bath, brick construction, slate roof.
Huge crowd in front of Field House, later named Stansbury Hall, for the inauguration of President Turner.
View of the Field House, now known as Stansbury Hall.
Brooks Hall and Stadium on right.
Graduates walk down Beechurst Avenue, across from Stansbury Hall.
'Coming down the steps from below Elizabeth Moore Hall and Armstrong Hall to cross Beechurst Avenue, and go up steps into the Field House.'
'Occupied in March, 1957, this L-shaped building beside the Field House contains Civil Engineering's Fluid Mechanics and Sanitary Laboratories, the Mechanics Department's Testing Laboratory, the Shop serving both departments, and the Testing Division of West Virginia State Road Commission.' Image from page 17 of 'Progress Report on Civil Engineering Submitted to Education Committee, Engineers Council for Professional Development 29 West 39th Street, New York 18, New York by College of Engineering, West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia.' Original photo may be found in this publication located in the WV Collection book collection.
A group of students registering for classes in front of the Field House (Stansbury Hall.)
Students waiting to register outside of the Field House on Beechurst Avenue.
A view of Woodburn Hall (left) and Martin Hall (right) from Beechurst Avenue.  A motor car and a pedestrian are also in the shot.