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'Morgantown from across the Monongahela River sometime in the late eighties. Note unpaved Walnut Street and the River Wharf. To the left of which can be seen the bell tower on Old Monongalia Academy then used for the public school, and the old Fire Shed jutting out into the street. Property of Jas. R. Moreland.'
People gathered along the unpaved streets of Morgantown for a parade.  Original Monongalia Historical Society, A&M 1060 catalogue date 3-26-1958
Business block on north side of Walnut Street between Chestnut Street and University Avenue.
A view of the Walnut Street Bridge from Pleasant Street Bridge in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Morgantown Plumbing Co. building can be seen to the left.
Horse and buggy travels up the road towards photographer. A. Bower's Shaving Parlor and Electric Massage building to the left as well as the Hotel Madera.
'View looking across Spruce Street down Walnut Street to High Street, on 'wool day' when farmers were bringing their wool to town to sell. Note shipping stores across Walnut Street and town scale next to present location of Junior High School. Property of Jas. R. Moreland.'
At the intersection of Walnut Street.
Men working on the railroad trestle at the foot of Walnut Street.
This shop was located on the corner of Front and Walnut Streets.
Corner of High Street and Walnut Street looking down Walnut Street.
The corner business displays multiple advertisements. Front Street is now University Ave.
Two men stand outside the entrance to Barbe and Davis Hardware and the office of Dr. G. M. Joseph, Physician and Surgeon on Walnut Street.
The wreckage of a boat lies on the river bank, at the foot of Walnut Street in Morgantown.
'Many boats docked along the Monongahela were crushed by heavy ice flows during the Winter of 1917 - 1918. This view shows the conditions that existed near the Walnut Street Wharf.'
The Elks Lodge on Walnut Street in Morgantown.