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From "Beckley U.S.A." by Harlow Warren.
From "Beckley U.S.A." by Harlow Warren.
Looking at the station building from below at the tracks.
Front row, from left to right, is Piney M. Lilly, Grace B. Lilly, Ernest L. Lilly, and Edward P. Lilly.Pictured in the back row is Thomas W. Lilly, Mary E. Lilly, and her son, Blake Farley.
Cecil Meador's sons, Nanes and unknown, pose in front of a parked car.
View overlooking the farm grounds and river.
On the other side of the river is Hinton, W. Va.
Senator Byrd, left, and Randolph, right, are pictured together, looking away from the camera, at the dedication ceremony for the new Mining School with the Mine Enforcement and Safety Administration, or MESA.
The school is located near Beckley and Beaver, W. Va.
Pictured from left to right is unidentified, MESA administrator James Day, Raleigh County Airport Authority Paul Hutchinson, Senator Byrd, and unidentified. In the background turned away from the photo is Raleigh Country Airport Authority Charles Lewis. The construction site is located on Airport Road.
Pictured from left to right MESA Administrator James Day, Senator Byrd, MESA District 4 Representative Fred Dixon, MESA Academy employee Gordon Skaggs, and superintendent Dr. Michael Zabetakis. MESA stands for Mine Enforcement and Safety Administration.
Zabetakis presents a plaque to Senator and Mrs. Robert Byrd.
Established in 1836, it was the first ever church to be organized in what is now Raleigh County.
View looking at the building from across the tracks.
In the front row, from left to right, are Dove Hunohrey, Wallace Craft, Leon Jarvis, and Cris Thompson.Standing, from left to right, are William Craft, Pete Radzue, Eddie Jarvis, Theodore Dixon, Buss Royer, and Virgil Dillon.The "bat-boys" in the forefront of the photograph are Dyke Janeski and Edgar Foster.
Cars are parked in front of the large stone building. The hospital was later renamed Raleigh General.
Men gather at the store's entrance.
Town belonging to the miners of the Four States Coal and Coke Company.
Eleven miners are pictured outside of a mine entrance.
A group of miners sit on the hoist cart.
A group of miners sit on a hill with their mining equipment. One of the miners holds a small boy on his lap.
A panoramic view of the Raleigh Dairy Company, including their new fireproof barn, second building on the left.