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The jail served as the "lockup" for unruly citizens for many years after its construction in 1868. The old jail was located at the Avis Crossing on the location where the Richmond building now stands. The building was later converted into a store.
Pictured is: 1. G. D. Elmore; 2. F. M. Gallagher; 3. S. B. Hamer; 4. W. F. Echols; 5. O. D. Bobbett; 6. T. Jackson; 7. L. M. Woolwine; 8. E. L. Nichell; 9. R. H. Smith; T. T. Huddleston; G. Cowhard; 12. J. F. Smith; 13. D. H. Meredith; 14. D. H. Hardy; 15. J. G. Bond; 16. E. R. Earley; 17. W. F. McFadden; 18. B. S. Smith; 19. J. W. Goodwin; 20. W. B. Strickler; 21. T. H. Boley; 22. J. R. Hardy; 23. J. M. Carter; 24. R. B. Huddleston; 25. Wm. Humphries; 26. James Hess; 27. A. A. Riddleberger; 28. C. L. Bugg; 29. J. L. Craven; 30. H. J. Reece; 31. S. R. Faulconer; 32. C. C. Brown; 33. F. A. Perkins; 34. W. S. Blankenship; 35. L. W. Hill; 36. F. L. Cox; 37. C. V. Pollock; 38. P. C. Courtney; 39. C. Farley; 40. G. Wood; 41. L. J. Payne; 42. E. J. Barger; 43. S. T. Hamilton; 44. J. J. Clifford; 45. J. C. Chambers.
The boat traveled on New River from Hinton to Bull Falls.Pictured from left to right, an unidentified boy, , Ernest Bond, Harriett Campbell Hall, Mrs. W. H. Gwinn, W. H. Gwinn, Mrs. S. W. Poore, S. W. Poore, Oliver Graham, Mattie Graham Humphrey, Charlie Poore, Jim Gwinn, and F. H. Jennings.
The hog pictured weight 550 lbs. The butchers were L. A. Meadows, John Shumate, Henry Miller, and Alfred Ballard. The young boy is Hobart Shumate.
Railroad employees inspect the damage.
Pictured is Henrietta Sheller Ellison, Winnie Roles, Ora Ferrell Allen, Miss Selfomridge, Goldie Light, Celia Ferrell Cavandish, Blanche Meadows Bartgis, Fannie Lowery, Frank Crawford, Em Ryan, Nian Garten, Oakley Hutchison, Miss Early, Maura Hutchison, Mr. Clark, Cardie Ferrell, Hester Michael Akers, Blanhce M. Shumate, Ernest Allen, Fay Long Mann, Emmett Hutchison, Miss Clark, Professor J. E. Keadle and the Carden boy.
In the front row, from left to right, is Terrence Moorefield, Fred Brown, and Boyd Brown.In the second row, from left to right, is Christian Hetzel, George Griffith, Clemmer Peck, Mrs. Carrie B. Mahon (teacher), Reese Capeller, and Stanely Butler.In the back row, from left to right, is William Moorefield, Cecil Hinton, Julian Fredeking, Roy Mann, Oswald Blackwilder, Leo Ross, and Fred Flanagan.
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.
From left to right, T. E. Hanifin (dispatcher), F. L. Cox (dispatcher), J. D. Germer (Dispatcher), T. A. Kirby (clerk), E. M. Curry (chief train dispatcher), O. E. Houchins (chief clerk to sup't) and M. A. Bolad (assistant train master).
Team portrait of unidentified players.
In the front is Bill Boyd; Don Maddy; Charlie Bill Bailey; Glen Richardson; and Elmer Schaffer. In the back is Reggie Harris; Jim Nelson; Alvin Garten; and Tommy Thompson.
Students and faculty pose outside of the schoolhouse for a class photo. The arrow drawn on the card is pointing to Mary Gwinn. Other subjects unidentified.