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Exterior of the house located on Block D #12. The columns were brought by horse and buggy from Princeton, W. Va.
Members of the family pictures on the porch and steps of the house.
Murrell pictured leaning on the porch steps of his home located on the corner of Summers Street and 5th Avenue. Man sitting on the steps is unidentified.
Mrs. Robert Murrell is pictured seated. The other women are unidentified.
Murrell pictured in his yard with a dog. The house is located on the corner of 5th Avenue and Summers Street. C&O Commissary is pictured in the background.
Murrell is pictured in his yard under a tree. Original photo is captioned  'Sleeping Beauty'. The house is located at the corner of 5th Avenue and Summers Street. Note the side porches.
Murrell is pictured on the lower step of her porch located on the corner of 5th Avenue and Summers Street. Her associates are unidentified.
Murrell pictured outside the fence that surrounds his house with his dog. The home is located on the corner of 5th Avenue and Summers Street.
Murrell pictured with two dogs outside his house located on the corner of 5th Avenue and Summers Street.
The family is pictured in their yard. Two of the children are identified as John and Tom Faulkner.
A group of men inspect the damage caused by the collapse of one of the home's brick support columns. Two police officers seen in the background. Subjects unidentified.
Family pictured in front of the house. Subjects unidentified.
House located on Ballengee Street in the Hinton Historical District.
Looking at the home located on Ballengee Street.
Cars parked along the street in front of residences. The automobile in the center sports a sign reading "Ambulance" on its dashboard. To the far right, a sign for Barnett Funeral Home is pictured partially.
Keatley, to the left, is the wife of Sheriff Keatley. The two women stand on the sidewalk outside a home.
Photo of the neighborhood intersection.
An unidentified woman sits on the ledge of the ground floor porch. The site of the pictured home is now where a Methodist Church sits today.
The building pictured is now the site of Perry Memorial Gymnasium.
View of home lived in by Harold, son of Edward Calvin Eagle.Edward C. Eagle served on the local Hinton bar for nearly a quarter of a century after paying his way through West Virginia University. Mr. Eagle served his first term as prosecuting attorney of Summers County from 1902 to 1904 and for the following twenty years was the United States commissioner at Hinton. In 1920, he was elected prosecuting attorney on a platform that called for the suppression of moon-shining and law-breaking in general.
View of Robert Summers Neely home located on Ballengee Street. Neely was a local dentist and chairman of the republican county committee.
The couple is pictured in front of a stone wall that borders a shaded home.
Hunt, described on the back of the photo as "Pat's boyfriend" is pictured outside a home on Summers Street.
Mrs. R. . Murrell, right, and associates at Flanagan house located on the corner of Fifth Avenue and Summers Street.