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A view of Morgantown, West Virginia in 1895. West Virginia University and several houses can be seen near the Monongahela River; original Monongalia County Historical Society through Mrs. Mabel Stoyer.
'In 1892 the growing town is still framed by the zig-zags of farm fences and treeless hills.'
Back section of tin mill and Deckers Creek visible without a bridge across Deckers Creek.  Bridge was finished fall of 1908.  Original in photograph in Rumsey Collection, catalogued 1-12-1952.
'Portion of a panoramic view taken in 1894. A covered bridge, crosses Decker's creek at South High.'  See image 008078 for other portion of image.
A portion of a panoramic view of Morgantown, West Virginia and the Morgantown/Westover Suspension Bridge.  For other portion of photograph see image 008062.
Morgantown homes and West Virginia University Campus buildings are visible.
'View of Morgantown taken from the west side, showing old brick house on the west side, Business district at the Wharf. Shows the old firehouse at the Decker's Creek end of Walnut Street, and the old Academy tower on the left. Note the smoke at the mill at the end of Wharf Street.'
'View of Morgantown from the west side; Walnut Street Wharf; Old Firehouse in the upper end of Walnut Street, from the picture of the Wool Market was most likely made; Tower of Monongalia Academy at the left of the Firehouse. The negative for this picture was made by John L. Johnston, probably in 1892 or soon after. This twenty percent enlargement was made by F.A. Molby from the old negative (1939).'
'Looking South West from Monongalia River Bridge to Baltimore and Ohio Depot and Hotel Morgan.'
Looking east to fields and farmland.
A view of Morgantown from the Walnut Street Bridge.
'Looking north east to Sunny Side stadium and University Buildings from Monongahela River Bridge.'
'The population of Morgantown in 1865 was 684.'
'Probably from Jones Avenue'.
View from the west of the town and the bridge which spans the Monongahela River.
A bridge can be seen spanning the river.
View of Morgantown looking across the Monongahela River from the west.
View of Morgantown from across the Monongahela River.
Elevated view of Morgantown.
View of Morgantown, West Virginia, looking across the Monongahela River from the West.
'From rear of Wiles Block, South East block of Wall Street and High Street, looking toward East Morgantown.'
The Monongahela River is seen between Westover and Morgantown.
'Cameraman was near the DeMain Building on west side of South High Street near the bridge. Showing the Judge Dille property far in the background. The house at the end of the bridge was formerly the property of the late Henry L. Cox, father of Judge Cox. This house was moved about 300 yards up the hill and is now standing in good condition. Note the old Arnett hotel near the west end of the bridge. Shows Mechanical Hall by R. R. and J. W. Wiles house on Highland Avenue. Must have been about 1897.'
View of the city from near the rail road tracks.
'University and Morgantown (about 1891-92. No Science Hall then; Clock on Martin Hall; Walnut Street had a dead end with the Firehouse seen beyond Martin Hall; Monongalia Academy at the site of the Junior High School; site of Grand Street in  the distance beyond the Academy; Suspension Bridge across the river. 6-1/2 x 8-1/2 inch negative by John L. Johnston, enlargement by Molby (1938).'
A view of Morgantown and the Wharf.
'Morgantown from across the Monongahela River sometime in the late eighties. Note unpaved Walnut Street and the River Wharf. To the left of which can be seen the bell tower on Old Monongalia Academy then used for the public school, and the old Fire Shed jutting out into the street. Property of Jas. R. Moreland.'
'View of Morgantown from Keck's Hill across the River. Note the Suspension Bridge as well as the old covered Durbana Bridge across the Deckers Creek. Taken in late  eighties. Property of Jas. R. Moreland.'
'Morgantown from across the Monongahela River. Sometime in the late eighties. Note this is the suspension bridge the Confederates partly burned during the Jones-Imboden raid in the Civil War. Property of Jas. R. Moreland.'
A view taken from the Martin Hall Tower at West Virginia University in Morgantown, West Virginia.
'View of the West Side taken from West Virginia University. Shows the West Side Brickyard before the railroad was built over there. Also of view of Keck's Hill with the orchard on it.'