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Log loader with crew. "This is the way they load logs on the Elk River.  S.G."
Cables and wooden bridge has fallen into the Elk River. People line the shore and bank of river to watch the rescuing of people from the bridge.
Crowds gather along the banks of the Elk River while people walk out on the fallen bridge to rescue people in the water.
Showing the Town of Gassaway of Elk River looking southeast, and topography of Monongahela and Conemaugh series. Coal and coke Railroad shops in the foreground in Braxton County, W. Va.
'Juergens and Walker'
Print copy of a photograph postcard with correspondence on the image. " Juergens and Walker" are possibly the publishers.
'Plate II - Showing the Town of Sutton, County-Seat of Braxton, looking East up the Elk River, and topography of Conemaugh and Allegheny series'
Plate IV- Showing Clay County-seat of Clay County, looking eastward up Elk River, and topography of Kanawha group, Pottsville series.
'A recreation reserve around Point Mountain would comprise inspirational scenery, the attractiveness of which is due largely to the sheltering mantle of green timber. Elk River Valley several miles about Webster Springs. Bureau of Agricultural Economics Photographs Division'
View of the Elk River Valley near Webster Springs.
Photo taken pre 1902 in back of present High School at Webster Springs.
'305405 Recreation, Scenery, Water Scenes, West Virginia, Monongahela National Forest Elk River from W.Va. Route #15. Taken by E.S. Shipp - 1935. Credit Line: This print may be reproduced.  Use the following credit line, Photo by U.S. Forest Service.'
Possibly a circuit photograph of the facilities at the Sutton Chemical Company just below the town of Sutton. The photograph was taken during World War I.
Flood waters flow dangerously close to the Elk River Bridge at Gassaway in Braxton County. The Davis Memorial Presbyterian Church in the center of photo.