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Bridge to South Park at night.
A horse drawn carriage and people are walking across the South Park Bridge in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Group of men standing near the middle of the bridge. Two are fighting.  Some men on the walkways of the bridge. Edge of bridge can be seen. In the distance you can see hills and the pathway.
Workers can be seen constructing South Park bridge in Morgantown, W. Va. Running pipe throught trenches.
Parade about to begin on South Park Bridge. Speaker addressing the public.
Construction in progress of South Park Bridge. Three workers can be seen on bridge.
Nearly completed South Park bridge. Equipment and one worker can be seen. Also, scrap material can be seen.
Unfinished bridge can be seen in progress. Workers surround equipment.
Beginning phases of bridge construction. Raw bridge can be seen with little concrete.
A nearly finished South Park bridge. Workers can be seen in progress.
A completed South Park bridge can be seen near dark. The lights illuminate the walkways. Two people can be seen viewing bridge.
Cars can be seen passing over completed South Park bridge.
People surround a table for celebration. Balloons on light poles indicate celebration.
Before parade, speaker addresses public on South Park bridge. WBOY news crew can be seen at bottom of picture. Parade members are ready to march.
Speaker addressing public on New South Park bridge. Parade members can be seen behind speaker. Man holding microphone in lower right hand corner of picture.
Construction worker walking across completed South Park bridge.
A group of people can be seen near the end of the South Park bridge surrounding a table. Behind the group of people is a display sign for the Project Mohawk.
A horse-drawn carraige and people are crossing the South Park Bridge in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Construction workers are cutting boards for the South Park Bridge in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Food and drinks are being served here.
Located on the corner of Ash St. and Wilson St. in South Park.
People seen walking down a hill in front of a fire caused by a gas tank explosion on South Park Hill.
Built by W. E. Rumsey.
Several teams of horses are involved in road work.
The exterior of the Mathers House on Park Street in Morgantown, West Virginia.
This house was built by W.E. Rumsey located at 443 Park Street. Another house can be seen behind this structure. Park Street is unpaved.
The Rumsey House located at 443 Park Street seen here. Other houses seen beyond this house in the distance.
Men are working in front of the Frazier house which is under construction.
'S. W. corner of Kingwood St. and Coburn Ave.'
'Dwelling of Mr. Smith (who married Allan Smith's sister). Just below Wiles Castle   near top of South Park.'
Fire Chief George Sweitzer (second from right) is standing with three unidentified men in front of the South Park Fire Station in Morgantown, West Virginia.
A view of South Park from High Street Building, corner of Pleasant and Spruce Street, lower right.
Early view of South Park before many houses were constructed.
The large street just to the right of the center is Grand Street.
Grand Street is the large street on the right.
'South Park in 7 months from time bridge was done.'
A view of the South Park Grove '(ravine back of Frazers).'
A view of the South Park Grove from the Swick-House.
View of the L. E. Friend House, later the Stanton Cady Home on Grandview Ave. with 'Wiles Castle' in the distance.