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A man sitting on a rail outside The Big 4 Drug Store, located on the corner of 3rd Avenue and Temple Street, in Hinton, W. Va.  A membership card identifies B. O. Pettrie, Jr. as President of The Rail Club.
Two men sitting on a rail outside The Big 4 Drug Store, located on the corner of 3rd Avenue and Temple Street, in Hinton, W. Va.  A membership card identifies K. D. Foster, on the right, as the Vice President of The Rail Club.
From left to right is the Hardware Store, Bell Telephone Business Office, Watt's Studio, and Sutherland Jewelry on 3rd Avenue. The store owners and clerks pose outside of their respective places. Subjects unidentified.
Two unidentified children are pictured on the sidewalk of a relatively empty street. To the right is the Big 4 Building. Down the street is the intersection with TempleStreet.
Located at 304 3rd Avenue, Clyde Harford (right) and associates stand outside of the first ever Kroger Grocery & Baking Company store to enter the city. J. E. Garrettson served as the store's manager. The store later became Bowlings Dairy Bar.
Two unidentified men pose by the intersection of Ballengee Street and 3rd Avenue.
The Big 4 Building towers over the street scattered with automobiles.
A woman and her children stand outside of the building beside three men. The building is located on Third Avenue. A sign on the entrance-way advertises Fels-Naptha soap. Subjects unidentified.
A group of grocer employees pose inside the first ever Kroger inside of Hinton, located on 3rd Avenue. Later, this store turned into the Bowlings Dairy Bar. Subjects unidentified.
An unidentified man is pictured outside the store entrance located on the corner of Front Street and Third Avenue.
Rose's Drug Store pictured on the left.
Looking down at the street which stretches to the mountain opposite the photographer.
The unidentified man and unidentified woman are pictured on the sidewalk.
The church, built in 1897-98, was later moved in its present location on Temple Street and Fifth Avenue in 1907. A ferris wheel sits outside of the building while unidentified subjects gather on the lawn.
Cars are parked in front of the Western Union building. A meat market is pictured on the left.
An unidentified man sits in his automobile between Ballengee and Temple Streets.
Intersection on the corner of Third Avenue and Temple Street.
Horse connected to a carriage idles in the street. Ascension Episcopal Church pictured to the right of the photo, where Big 4 Building stands today (October 18, 1984).
Smoke trails from the destroyed building which was originally built to house Rose's Drug Store, Co.
Smoke billows from the windows of the three-story, brick building originally built to house Rose's Drug Store, Co.
Looking at the building entrance located on the corner of Third Avenue and Temple Street.
Unidentified people are lined up against the building, which is covered in American flags, located on the corner of Third Avenue and Temple Street.
Sign above the bar reads, "Union Liquor Co., J. A. Watkins, proprietor." The store was located on the lower portion of 3rd Avenue. Seven unidentified man pose in front of the entrance.
A group of unidentified men gather for a group photo in the building located on Third Avenue.
Meador pictured on 3rd Avenue.
Republican party members campaign for the party and register people to vote on the corner of Third Avenue and Temple Street. Subjects unidentified.
Moorman Parker sits on top of a horse to perform the re-enactment in front of the First Methodist church building located on the corner of Ballengee Street and Third Avenue. Other subjects and spectators unidentified.
A group of spectators watch as Parker re-enacts the circuit rider next to the First Methodist Church building located on the corner of Ballengee Street and Third Avenue.
Two young boys on bicycles watch Moorman Parker perform the re-enactment on a horse in front of the First Methodist Church building located on the corner of Ballengee Street and Third Avenue.
Parker, center, prepared for the re-enactment of the Methodist preacher circuit rider next to the church located on Third Avenue. Other subjects unidentified.
Moorman Parker, right, dressed as the rider for the re-enactment shakes hands with an unidentified man in front of the church located on 3rd Avenue.
View of the store's entrance located on 3rd Avenue.
View of the store's entrance located beside Doyle's Market of 3rd Avenue.
Looking at the store's entrance located on 3rd Avenue.
Inside the store located on the corner of 3rd Avenue, between Ballengee and Temple streets. Employees behind the counter are identified, from left to right, as Lorene Jones, an unidentified man, Mary Eades, and Maycle Scott who is the mother of Jack Scott.
Street view of the building located on the corner of Temple Street and 3rd Avenue. The building burned in 1983 and is now Towne Square.
An unidentified man sits behind the wheel of an automobile advertising the store located on Temple Street and 3rd Avenue.