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'The Mississippi Glass Factory in South Morgantown. Dorsey's Knob can be seen in the background.'
Dorsey Knob is in the background of the picture.
Grafitti can be seen on the rocks, which make up a portion of Dorsey's Knob in Morgantown.
View from a partially frozen Monongahela River.
'View of Dorsey's Knob. The Indian graves were opened by the late Hu Maxwell, in which were found a few bows. This information was obtained from C.H. Maxwell by R.A. West, may 26. 1935.'
'Please credit: West Virginia Industrial and Publicity Commission 5, West Virginia.'
'View of the West side of the Monongahela River between Morgantown and Uffington. Taken from Dorsey's Knob.'
A view of Morgantown: Mississippi Glass factory along the Monongahela River; the Dorsey Knob in the distance.
'Leaving Morgantown, Home of West Virginia University. Founded in 1867, Erected by Student Council 1946-47'
A group of unidentified subjects are pictured on a hill with Dorsey's Knob in the background.
Two women and a man are pictured beside the rock formation, formally known as Dorsey's Knob. Subjects unidentified.
"View of Dorsey's Knob Morgantown, W. Va. You can see for miles from this point and a wonderful view of the city of Morgantown, W. Va. and the surrounding country."