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Children play volley ball on dirt court. Information on the back of the photograph, 'Album 359 FSA- Arthurdale W. Va. A print from the FDR Library collection. This print is furnished for your file and must not be reproduced without the owners permission.'
Man and boy are unidentified
Looking toward the "backbone" 'from accident road to Aurora.'
CCC 105. Unidentified young men, members of the C.C.C., pose for a group photo.
George Bird Evans holding his "Purdey", standing with his bearded friend, David Hall.
Loaded Baltimore & Ohio Rail Cars stand across from the unidentified workers and the ovens operated by Elkins Coal and Coke Company.
Unidentified young man with a cigar in his mouth holds the reins while parked next to a shop which carves headstones and cemetery monuments.
Location is probably at the main overlook of Coopers Rock State Forest.  Many names, initials, and phrases are written on the rock including "Camp Smooch".
Barn in background is plastered in Sun Brothers Circus posters advertising a show in Kingwood, West Virginia on June 14.
Jim, Bill, Bob and Juanita Sirk, the children of Bernie and Pauline Sirk of Preston County, West Virginia.
Pauline Barr Sirk holding her youngest daughter, Mary, on a street in Terra Alta, West Virginia.
An early image of the entrance to Cooper's Rock State Forest before gates or other structures were built.  During the Great Depression the Civilian Conservation Corps built a number of structures for the State Forest.
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.
The church was established in 1850 and is located off of West Virginia Route 50.
The church was founded in 1838.
The church was built in 1883 near the town of Newburg.
The church was formally dedicated in 1852 though it had been used a decade prior. The church is located a little over three miles south of Kingwood, W. Va.
The building was erected as a house of worship in 1859.
The church was originally established as the German Reform and Lutheran Church in 1832 before later changing its name. It is one of the oldest churches in the county.
Miller, marked on the photo with an "x", swims with his friends in the river.
The students of classroom no. 4 pose together for a class photo outside of the school building. C. Paul Miller is marked on the photo with an "x" above his head.
Miller (b. 11/24/1911-d. 11/8/2006) was the son of Henry C. and Marguarite E. Miller. He was a life-long school teacher at Terra Alta High School. He served in both World War II and the Korean War.
Miller was the daughter of Henry E. and "Maggie" Margarite E. Miller. Her siblings were E. Paul Miller, Harold H. Miller, and Marie Miller Davis. The family was from the towns of Kingwood and Tunnelton, W. Va.--both located in Preston County, W. Va. Miller was born in 1908 and attended West Virginia University, where she joined a sorority, identified in the photo as Gamma Phi Beta.
Pictured are Joan Ashby; Donald Bucklew; Mr. Carroll; Mr. Casseday; James Childs; Paul Cooper; Donna DeBerry; Sarah DeWitt; Shirley Everly; Charles Feather; Helen Forman; Richard Fraley; Phyllis Friend; Robert Hardesty; Robert Harmon; Joe Hauger; Berkley Hurd; Frank Lambert; Freddie Lockhart; Stephen Martin; David Metheny; Dottie Metheny; Nola Mersing; Miss Myers; Janet Nicklow; Cubie Riley; Donald Sell; Everett Sines; and Patty Smith.
Photo of DeWitt during her years at Terra Alta High School.
Cooper, left, and DeWitt, right, pose together for a photo during their senior year at Terra Alta High School.
DeWitt, left, and Cooper, right, pose outside of Terra Alta High School during their senior year.
Candid photograph of DeWitt during her senior year at Terra Alta High School.
Photo of DeWitt during her senior year at the high school.
Cooper pictured during his freshman year at Terra Alta High School.
DeWitt relaxes on the grass during her senior year at Terra Alta High School.
Portrait of DeWitt during her senior year at Terra Alta High School.
DeWitt pictured during her senior year at Terra Alta High School.
Carrol was a football coach at Terra Alta High School.
Coach Fred Carrol, left, watches as his football players run a play.
Sisler poses in his football uniform.
Fred Carrol, top left, poses with his football players, including Arthur Sisler (No. 9), Frank Lambert (No. 3), Richard Fraley (No. 18), and Paul R. Cooper, Jr. (No. 17).
Two boys practice catching and throwing on the baseball field. Subjects unidentified.
An unidentified boy looks into a camera.
Back of the photograph reads, "the Gang."
Cooper, left, stands beside a girl that is likely Donna Mae Deberry.