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A group of men salute the American flag at a ceremony honoring World War II veterans and the U.S.S. West Virginia battleship.
View of Charleston, West Virginia with bridge over river on right.
"The Charleston skyline as it appeared at the time the Kanawha Banking [and] Trust Company began business-in 1901. Note the old capitol in the center background and the ferry landing before the C [and] O bridge was built"; In the bottom picture, "modern Charleston as it appears today. Front street has become Kanawha Boulevard and towering skyscrapers fill the landscape. The Kanawha Banking [and] Trust Company building appears at the left beyond the Union building."
"Photograph property of Curt Teich [and] Co. Inc., Chicago."
"W. Va. Indus. [and] Pub. Comm."
Ed Cabbell riding a horse during the John Henry Folk Festival in Charleston, W.Va.
Post card print
Helen Holt was the first woman to serve as Secretary of State in West Virginia (1955-1956). She is also well known for her later political efforts in vastly improving housing and long term health care for the elderly.
"You be the judge."
Company originally built school buses, but later switched to making hearses, as seen in this photograph.
Company originally built school buses, but later switched to making hearses, as seen in this photograph.
Company originally built school buses, but later switched to making hearses, as seen in this photograph.
Company originally built school buses, but later switched to making hearses, as seen in this photograph.
Front of Creighton is submerged under water.
Guards for the synthetic rubber plant built on old Wertz Field in Charleston, West Virginia. The factory required so many guards because of it's high importance to the nation during war time. Rubber was one of the most important commodities during the war and because most of our supplies of it had been cut off we had to build our own synthetic rubber plants, which needed lots of protection.