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The first Catholic Slovak Union of America. Took place in Hotel Cleveland on September 3rd through the 8th.
Rafer Johnson won the gold medal in the 1960 Olympics decathlon. He was also the United States team's flag bearer at the opening ceremony in Rome during the summer of 1960.
The caption reads: "This scene shows rescuers at work at the mouth of No. 8 mine: broken and twisted machinery shown in foreground to the right."
This depot was located on the Western Maryland Railroad.
The postcard names M. A. Long as the architect of the building, which today houses the West Virginia Northern Community College.
This line was part of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
Text on the back reads, "The Collins P. Huntington Monument. Erected Oct. 22, 1924, in memory of Collins P. Huntington, the founder of the cities of Huntington, W. Va. and Newport News, Va. He was born Oct. 22, 1821 at Harwington, Conn. Through his efforts in 1862, the Central Pacific Railroad Company was formed to construct a telegraph and railroad line from the Pacific Coast to Ogden, Utah, to connect with the Union Pacific Railroad. The completion of this project placed him in the foremost ranks of American empire builders. He was president of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Company from 1869 to 1887. Died Aug. 13, 1900."
The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad passed through Shepherdstown.
Willard Hotel and the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Station in Grafton, W. Va. are located on East Main Street. The station was built in 1911 and the hotel in 1913.
The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Station in Grafton, W. Va. was built in 1911 and is located on East Main Street.
"Smoke Holes" refers to the Smoke Hole Canyon, a 20 mile gorge carved by the South Branch Potomac River in the Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area.
"Smoke Holes" refers to the Smoke Hole Canyon, a 20 mile gorge carved by the South Branch Potomac River in Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area.
"Smoke Holes" refers to the Smoke Hole Canyon, a 20 miles gorge carved by the South Branch Potomac River in the Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area.
"Smoke Holes" refers to Smoke Hole Canyon, a gorge carved by the South Branch Potomac River in the Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area.
"Smoke Holes" refers to the Smoke Hole Canyon, a 20 mile gorge carved by the South Branch Potomac River in the Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area.
"Smoke Holes" refers to Smoke Hole Canyon, a 20 mile gorge carved by the South Branch Potomac River in the Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area.
Wildcat Rock is located on Routes 4 and 28.
Text reads, "Seneca Rocks, Pendleton Co., W. Va. 900 ft. high"
Elevation 2500 ft.
Text reads, "Looking across the Potomac River to Routes 4 and 28 at the foot of Hyres Rocks, Cabins, W. Va."
Eagle Rocks is located 1/4 mile from Petersburg, W. Va., on Route 28.
Green Knob altitude is 4710 ft.
The caption reads, "Route 5, Harman - Onego, 9% grade 3 miles from 1800 - 3300 alt."
Greenland Gap in the middle distance.
The caption reads, "Mike's Gap and the Devil's Saddle. From the front mt. of the Alleghenies. Elv. 2725 ft. This mt. is 5 miles long. Ascend 1600 ft. This is New Creek Mt."
The caption reads, "A view looking east from the front Mt. of the Alleghenies. U. S. 50. 8 miles west of New Creek, W. Va."
Text on the back reads, "Here the South Branch of the Potomac flows through the Trough. It can best be seen only by boat and is about 2 miles long, just off U. S. 220 in Hardy and Hampshire County, W. Va."
Text on the back reads, "The first weekend of April each year there is white water racing over a 14 mile course, starting in Mouth of Seneca, W. Va., and ending near Petersburg, W. Va."
Text on the back reads, "First week-end of April each year is white water racing on the North Fork. Here is the start of the 14 mile course beginning at the Mouth of Seneca and ending at the Smoke Hole in Grant County, W. Va."
Text on the back reads, "Scenes at White Water Weekend, Petersburg, W. Va. The South Branch of the Potomac offers exciting white water for canoeist and kayakist. Taking one of the rapids in 14 mile course of the race."
A view of the North Fork South Branch Potomac River at the spot Seneca Creek empties into it at the base of Seneca Rocks. In the foreground a man sits in a canoe.
A view of the Potomac River from Capon Mountain, 5 miles north of Berkeley Springs, W. Va. On the left of the river is West Virginia, and on the right is Maryland.
Text on back reads, "Park Tourist Home - on Routes 4-28-42 and U. S. 220. Modern rooms, hot water heat, reasonable rates and free garage. Member 'Mountain States' tourist homes. Also cabins."
Text on the back reads, "The Hermitage Hotel, Route 220, Petersburg, W. Va. In the beautiful South Branch Valley."
Text on back reads, "Ty's Motel, Route 4 and 28, 2 miles west of Petersburg. Forest Alkire, owner. Overlooking scenic valley."
Text on back reads, "Ty's Motel, Route 4 and 28, 2 miles west of Petersburg. Forest Alkire, owner. Overlooking scenic valley."
Today this line is owned by the West Virginia State Rail Authority, which runs a tourist train,  the Potomac Eagles Scenic Railroad, on the line.
The saw mill was built in 1805.
The Civil War fort, Fort Mulligan, sits on top a hill and looks over the South Branch Potomac River.
This view of Petersburg's Main Street features the Alpine Theater, which is no longer open, and a sign advertising Amoco American Gas.
The Riverside Tannery was damaged by fire on January 24, 1906.