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View of Parking garage entrance on Pleasant St. with workman (left to right) Harry Franks, Chief John Lewis, and Milton Cohen standing behind a sign.
At Chestnut and Pleasant Streets.
A car accident on Spruce Street and Pleasant Street.
View of cars in the parking lot on the corner of Spruce and Pleasant St. Morgantown, W. Va. with Hastings Funeral home, formerly Hardigans Hospital.
View of High Street from the corner of Pleasant Street and High Street in Morgantown, W. Va. Automobiles can be seen parked along side the street, and a person riding a bicycle near the corner.
Buseman and Kendall Wallpaper store.
An old brick home which was built before 1798 and occupied by John Davis in 1803. This house is located on the corner of High and Pleasant Streets in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Looking North.
A view of the corner of High and Pleasant Streets, showing Brock, Reed, and Wade Building in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Pleasant Street and University Avenue looking Southwest.
Pleasant Street lined with businesses, such as Weintrob Brothers, Glassman's and Peoples Market.
A view of Pleasant Street showing 'Brick Row.'
A view of High Street, at the corner of Pleasant Street in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Reverse reads:"This picture shows the staff of The Morgantown Printing and Binding Company.Number 1 is Gilbert Miller.Number 8 is H. A. Cristie.Number 9 is Mr. Ludwig, General Manager.The plant is located in the rooms now occupied by Benny the Tailor and Pikes Bakery on the north side of Pleasant Street, between High and Spruce."
' "Wood's house" of two horse drawn wagons, each pulling a man, a boy and furniture on Pleasant Street and University Ave in Morgantown, W. Va.
'A view of South Park from the Pleasant Street bridge, circa 1902. Note that Cobun Street dead-ends at Park Street.'
Street car on corner of High Street and Pleasant Street. Moore and Parriott's drug store on the right side corner.
River bridge at the foot of Pleasant Street.
'Corner of Chestnut and Pleasant Street. Women Unidentified'.
A view of Pleasant Street on the northside showing old brick row.