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Tables displaying children's art is set up on the Court House Square in Morgantown.
Two construction workers are building footers of the New Courthouse Square in Morgantown, West Virginia.
The courtyard square with a fountain and trees. A historic monument dedicated to Waitman Willey, Alexander I. Wade, and Dr. I.C. White, three prominent men who made prominent gifts to the world. Mr. Willey helped set up the state of West Virginia. Mr. Wade demonstrated a system for graded schools. And Mr. White was a leader in the field of geology.
The Morgantown Fire Department has temporarily loaned their fire truck and huge ladder so townspeople can place the star on top of a Christmas tree.
View of the courthouse at Morgantown, W. Va. People can be seen standing around talking, or just passing.
People standing in or walking through square.
Crowd of people standing in the Courthouse Square.
Creative Arts Exhibit taking place in the Morgantown, W. Va. Courthouse Square. People viewing the exhibit.
Landscaping is taking place as people are walking through the square.
Construction workers are grading the Courthouse Square on High Street in Morgantown for rejuvenation. Montgomery Ward and G.C. Murphy Department Stores are across the street.
Children man tables with eamples of crafts and activities from their respective playgrounds.
Crowds gather on the Courthouse Square to see Governor Wally Barron and actor Don Knotts who are standing at the podium.
Project Alert poster is on courthouse square.
Men in uniform holding guns and flags.
'Variety sale on Court House Square in Morgantown'. Tables represent area playgrounds - Sabraton and Cassville tables visible.
Shoppers browse the sale at the Courthouse in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Men in uniform celebrating Veterans Day in front of the Monongalia County Courthouse in Morgantown, West Virginia. Roger's Florist Store is in the background.
Men and women participating in the Memorial Observance in Morgantown at the Courthouse Square.
Christmas Tree at the Morgantown Courthouse Square.
Right to left: Robert Nestor, Charles Whiston, Charles A. Stevenson (speaker,) Jack Johns, and Earl Fisher
Amry men standing in front of a missle in their uniforms.
Stage with bench on Courthouse Square.
Tank is a M-41 and APC is M-59.
Right to left, with backs to camera:  Earl Fisher, Jack Johns, Charles Stevenson, Sheriff Charles Whiston, and Robert Nestor at the speech on Courthouse Square.
Russel L. Long and his helper standing by 'Santa's Throne' on the courthouse square in Morgantown, W. Va.
A view of the Courthouse in Morgantown, West Virginia.
A view of the Monongalia County Courthouse, east side facing High Street in Morgantown, West Virginia.
A view of the Monongalia County Courthouse, east side facing High Street in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Soldiers pointing guns in the air for the Memorial Day service on Courthouse square.
Sponsored by War Resisters League. Holding the 'No Draft, No War' sign is Alice Bell.
President Truman on Morgantown Courthouse Square.
President Truman speaks on Morgantown Courthouse Square.
John Hunt was one of the first African American to operate a restaurant in Morgantown, West Virginia. He opened a restaurant under the Commercial Hotel in 1892 located across from the courthouse on High Street. Information on p. 40 in "Our Monongalia" by Connie Park Rice. Information with the photograph includes "Reproduced from the John H. Hunt family photos, held by WVU Women's Centenary Project, Center for Women's Study Archive. Original Loaned by Virginia Hunt Chandler.
A crowd watches from the street as parade floats make their way down High Street. On the right, in front of the courthouse, is likely the grandstand.