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Railroad tunnel at end of bridge which crosses the confluence of the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers.
Unidentified man stands on a railroad track with the Potomac River behind him, 'Armory building on original site to left'.
View of Storer College campus and Harpers Ferry.
Group portrait of the Glee Club in uniform at Storer College, a school for African-Americans.
L to R:  Isabelle Stewart, Raymond McNeal and Odetta Johnson display a Storer pennant sitting on the campus lawn. All three students are listed as Honor Students in 1916.
Picture post card of Harpers Ferry.
Gen. no. 134, neg. by W, No. 56. Saturday 5:30 P.M.
Gen. no. 127, neg. by D, No. 75. Saturday 2:10 P.M.
Gen. no. 129, neg. by D, No. 76. Plate maker I.C. Saturday 2:30 P.M.
Gen. no. 125, neg. by W, No. 51. Saturday about noon.
Gen. no. 126, neg. by W, No. 52. Saturday 1:30 P.M.
Gen. no. 133, neg. by D, No. 78. Saturday 5 P.M.
'128.53W.B; Town of Bolivar, and buildings of colored school; August 2, 1884, Saturday 2:20 pm.'
'D(86.) I.C. 148; August 5, 1884, Tuesday 10:40 am'
'149.W.(63); August 5, 1884, Tuesday 11:20 am'
'146.W.(61); August 4, 1884, Monday 5:50 pm'
'145.W.(60); August 4, 1884, Monday 5:45 pm'
Gen. no. 79, neg. by D, No. 136. Date 1884, August 2. Saturday 6 P.M.
Gen. no. 147, neg. by W, No. 62. Date 1884, August 4. Monday 6 P.M.
Gen. no. 144, neg. by D, No. 85. Plate maker I.C., Date 1884, August 4. Monday 5:30 P.M. Cloudy.
'142(83)D; August 4, 1884, 4 pm, Monday (sun)'
'122(73)D. I.C.; Aug. 2, 1884, Saturday 10 a.m. cloudy; Halltown a few miles S.W. from Harpers Ferry. Looking N.E. toward Harpers Ferry. The town of Loudon Heights can be just made out. Halltown is only a cluster of a few houses, a RR station, factory and a store. In the village we passed a pretty pond which would have made a good picture, but we hurried through on account of the proximity of the R.R. The building with the cupola is a school house.'
'121 D.(72) I.C. 121; Aug. 1, 1884, Friday 6-20 p.m.; Half mile out of Charles Town. Looking N.E. towards Harpers Ferry. Maryland Heights are on the left of the gap and Loudoun Heights on the right. Through the gap on the N. side can be seen the South Mt. The nearer ridge under Maryland Heights is Bolivar Heights and the still nearer ridge extending across the whole picture is Halltown Heights and was the fortified line chosen by Sheridan when he took command in '64. On the extreme right lie the farms through which we wandered in lanes and field in search of hay, finally camping 1/2 mile or more away from the pike.'
'143; 84D; August 4, 1884, Monday 4:20 pm.'
Showing Three States, W. Va., Va., and Md.
A view looking up the Potomac River.
Color postcard of a ca. 1918 touring car driving next to the the C&O Canal. The Harpers Ferry bridge crossing the confluence of the Potomac and the Shenandoah Rivers is in the background.
Looking east along the Potomac River on the Virginia (West Virginia) side. The ruins of the Armory can be seen on the left and telegraph poles line the damaged tracks. Two men, one leaning on a telegraph pole and another next to the house are not identified. The photograph was taken several weeks after the September,1862 battle when Stonewall Jackson's artillery shelled the town, forcing the Union troops to surrender.
Maryland, the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal and a reconstructed Baltimore and Ohio Railroad bridge on the Potomac River as viewed from the Harpers Ferry cemetery. Note the head stones in the foreground and the smoke stack of the burned out United States Armory below. The photograph was taken during the Civil War.
Two unidentified Union soldiers in uniform, full pack and armed on Camp Hill above Harpers Ferry during the Federal forces occupation of the area early in the Civil War. Note the huge bayonets attached to their rifles.
Two unidentified soldiers of the 22nd New York State Militia, Union Army, in full uniform and armed, standing in front of a caisson. Note the caisson carries a spare wheel.
A group portrait of an adjutant of the regiment, front and center, with a young drummer boy on his left and flanked by several first sergeants during the Civil War. None of the subjects are identified.
View from Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, W. Va. showing several buildings on the Storer College campus including 1. Lockwood, 2. Brackett, 3. McDowell Shenandoah (?), 4. Franklin (Cook) House, and  5. Storer College Gym.
Cecelia Isabella Lee (Green) attended Storer College for Secondary School.  She married James Henry Green Sr., who graduated from Storer College in 1946.
Doris Athalia Lee, sister of Cecelia Isabella Lee (Green), graduated from Storer College likely in the class of 1937.
James Henry Green Sr. received his AA diploma from Storer College in 1943, and he graduated from Storer College with his B.A. degree in 1946. He married Cecelia Isabella (Green) who attended Storer College for her Secondary School education.
Women of the Niagara Movement at Storer College in Harpers Ferry, W. Va.  Left to right are Mrs. O. M. Waller, Mrs. H. F. M. Murray, Mrs. Mollie Lewis Kelan, Mrs. IdaD. Bailey, Miss Sadie Shorter, and Mrs. Charlotte Hershaw.  Mrs. Gertrude Wright Morgan is seated.
Nathan Cook Brackett played a significant role in the founding of Storer College. He served as principal for thirty years from 1865 to 1895.
Two women, two men, one boy, and several animals in front of a farmhouse.  Note on reverse suggests that this could be Harpers Ferry, W. Va.  Photo identified as Mable Strickland's home as a child, but does not indicate if she is in the image.
Photograph of the fort's exterior. It was built in 1848 as a guard and fire engine house for the federal Harpers Ferry Armory in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, then a part of Virginia. Storer College was a historically black college. The fort was on the campus of Storer College from 1909 to 1968.