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.
Storefronts Decorated with American Flags in Downtown Hinton, W. Va.
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.
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.
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.
Re-enactment of Methodist Preacher Circuit Rider, Hinton, W. Va.
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.
Located on the corner of 3rd Avenue and Ballengee Street, a group of church members pose in front of the building and on the steps. The reverend at the time the picture was taken was Rev. Gates. Subjects unidentified.
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.