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Fairmont W. Va. Mar. 15-23. I started to work here today. I am staying at Richards. My address is 314 Madison St. Daddy' Postcard sent to Ellen Belle Hickle, Fairchance, Pa. Box 207 on March 15, 1925.
Five unidentified men on East Side looking to Fairmont West Virginia.
Franklin Roosevelt, standing on a stone column to speak to hundreds of people crowded around the courthouse and in the street. This photograph was most likely taken during the 1920 presidential campaign when Roosevelt was the Democratic Party's vice presidential candidate. Note Roosevelt is standing, without assistance of crutches or braces. He did not contract polio until 1921.
This image is part of the Thompson Family of Canaan Valley Collection. The Thompson family played a large role in the timber industry of Tucker County during the 1800s, and later prospered in the region as farmers, business owners, and prominent members of the Canaan Valley community.A group of people pose before an excursion to Blackwater Falls; the caption on the back of the print reads: "Vinegar Hill in background. These houses in back of Tannery. R.R. excursion toward Blackwater Falls."
The church was organized in 1852.
The church was organized in 1848.
The church was organized 1844.
Portrait of unidentified male with artistic framing.
West Virginia University Mountaineers face the Washington and Jefferson football team as spectators watch from the sidelines. West Virginia University won the game, 7-0, which took place in Fairmont, W. Va.
The WVU and W & J football teams play against each other as spectators watch from the sidelines. An inscription on the photo reads, "Out of my way W. & J. -Rodgers", likely referring to the football team captain-elect Errett Rodgers. The Mountaineers won this game 7-0. Subjects unidentified.
Photo reads, "Behold thy worthy prodigy, Sol? thine own 'Scrubby'."  Fans of the West Virginia University football team pose together with a sign that says, "W. & J. had good form but that was all."  West Virginia University won the game 7-0.
Inscription on the photo reads, "Look out, Scrubby! Here comes Rodger," likely referring to fullback and captain-elect Errett Rodgers ('19). West Virginia University beat Washington & Jefferson 7-0.
A scarecrow depicting a W. & J. football player is placed above a sign that reads, "Rest in Peace," after WVU defeated the team 7-0.
Portrait of unidentified male with artistic framing.
Portrait of a man identified as a Jollife relative.
Photo postcard of John Edward Hallam. Hallam poses for a basketball photo at White School in Fairmont W. Va. He later married Stella Gattian.
Left to right are Wilbur Hall, Frank Hall, and Herbert Hall. The Hall family married into the Hallam family.
Eighth Grade School picture at the Butcher School.
Infant Stella is dressed in a long white gown.
Baby Stella is dressed in a long white gown.
See original for identification.
White School, class of 1923 in Fairmont, West Virginia.
Alpha Kappa Alpha, Gamma Chi Omega chapter banquet in Fairmont.
Beryl Nuzum with her birthday cake.  The Nuzum family lived in Fairmont, W. Va. at the time.
Brooks Nuzum and his sister, Mary E., stand in front of their house on Ohio Avenue in Fairmont, W. Va.
Entrance to the Fairmont Coal's Monongah Mine in Fairmont, W. Va.