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'Charleston, Capitol City of West Virginia. Located at the confluence of Elk and Kanawha Rivers in the heart of the State's Chemical, Coal and Gas Industries. Kanawha Airport in the background represents greatest earth moving project in commerical aviation history. Nearly ten million cubic yards earth and rock were moved.'--Postcard
'Charleston, W. Va-Capitol in distance-at junction of Elk River with Kanawha. Boulevard occupies in great part originial section of James River and Kanawha Turnpike. Here old stage coaches ferried across the river.'
View of Charleston Business District, Charleston, West Virginia in 1890 (Top;) View of Charleston Business District, Charleston, West Virginia in 1941 (Bottom.)
View of Charleston, West Virginia in 1890.
View of Charleston, West Virginia in 1854.
A picture postcard of Charleston, West Virginia and Kanawha Airport.
A distant view of East Charleston and Kanawha City, Charleston, West Virginia.  Baseball field visible in lower right corner.
'Charleston, the state's largest urban area.'
A close-up view of Charleston, West Virginia in 1901.
A picture postcard of Charleston, West Virginia.  Boats along shore of river.
A picture postcard of Charleston, West Virginia and Kanawha Pines.
Postcard of Charleston, West Virginia.
View of East Charleston and Kanawha City in Charleston, West Virginia.
View of South Charleston, West Virginia in 1921. Factories and homes visible along river.
View of East Charleston and Kanawha City in Charleston, West Virginia.
Two men are crossing a dirt street in Charleston, West Virginia in the early 1900s. On one side of the street are businesses while on the other side of the street are houses. Above the street are lots of telephone wires.
A picture postcard of a winter view of Charleston, West Virginia.
The Kanawha River is in the foreground and the capitol in seen center, back ground.
View of Charleston, W. Va. and the Kanawha River.
View of Charleston and the Kanawha River.
Homes sit along the banks of the Kanawha River in Charleston, W. Va.
Many telephone wires stretch along a street in downtown, Charleston, W. Va.
Billy Joe Lilly pictured running with the ball. The Bobcats, a semi-pro football team, won this game with the final score at Hinton-9, Charleston-6.
Kee, then administrative assistant of his mother, Congresswoman Elizabeth Kee, hands a light-colored wood gavel to Senator Kennedy who is campaigning for the presidential election against Richard Nixon.