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"This is the first well drilled at Webster Springs several years ago. in drilling they found all the oil sands regular and of good thickness. And the well showed some oil. it was drilled by a local company which lost its nerve in making further tests." Published by Del Gillespie, Webster Springs, W.Va. (postcard collection legacy system--subjects.)
Postcard of a train engine and people outside of the C and O Depot in Huntington, West Virginia. See original for correspondence. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
See original for correspondence. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
See original for correspondence. Published by The Valentine and Sons Publishing Company. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Published by C.E. Gerkins. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
See original for correspondence. Published by I. Robbins and Son. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
See original for correspondence. Published by The A.G. Martin Company. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
See original for correspondence. Published by E.F. Milian. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
(From postcard collection legacy system.)
See original for correspondence. Published by Fred G. Barlow. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Published by E.F. Millan. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Caption on back of postcard reads: "Hub of year-round activities in this mountain wonderland. Its unsurpassed scenic beauty, plus fishing, hunting, skiing, etc., make this area a mecca for thousands of visitors annually." Published by Neale's Drug Store Incorporated. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Men stand beside the Shay engine. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
A photograph postcard of the entrance to Droop Mountain Battlefield near Marlinton, Pocahontas County, West Virginia.
(From postcard collection legacy system.)
See original for correspondence. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Postcard photograph includes three teams of horses pulling felled trees and a small child (unidentified) mounted on one team horse.
2,000 feet above sea level.
Postcard print of East Covington, Allegheny County, Virginia, bordering Greenbrier County, West Virginia.
Color postcard print of the High School in Morgantown, Monongalia County, West Virginia.
Postcard print of large homes with several turrets, window dormers and chimneys.
Postcard print.
Sistersville High School in Sistersville, West Virginia.
Postcard photograph of the Arlington Hotel with a horse and buggy parked outside. See back of the original image for correspondence.
Postcard photograph. See back of the original image for correspondence.
Colored postcard photograph. See back of the original image for correspondence.
Information included on the front of the postcard, Part of the creek "where it curves forming a neck of land called 'The Jug' from it's resemblance to that article".
"Wheeling", West Virginia
(From postcard collection legacy system.)
Store on right says Parker & Co. Wholesale Fruit & Produce.
Showing Market and South Streets and Flat Iron Building.
Caption on postcard reads: "Built in 1839, torn down in 1904. Was located where Virginia Theatre now stands."
Scene of McColloch's leap. At the top of Wheeling Hill on the National Highway is this monument in honor to Samuel McColloch who, in September 1777 during an assault on Fort Henry, escaped from the Indians by leaping from this point of the hill side into the creek far below, hence the monument to his memory.
Caption on postcard reads: "Located in Downtown Wheeling, W. Va., this beautiful theatre features the top artists in Country Music each Saturday night. Broadcast over Radio Station WWVA, the world famous Radio Jamboree originated nearly 50 years ago. Symphony Orchestras, Broadway Plays and other entertainment events round out a full schedule."
"The Popular Playhouse"
Caption on postcard reads: "Citizens Mutual Trust Company, Wheeling, W. Va., is located in the heart of the business district at 1126-28 Market Street. Both the exterior and the interior of the building is regarded as exceptionally beautiful. A helpful, convenient banking service is offered by the rapidly growing institution."
Looking from Penn Street to Front Street.