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Leila Jesse Frazier, of Upper Norword in Surrey, England and an 1899 graduate of the WVU Law School, rides 'man fashion' or astride,  near Woodburn Hall. A contemporaneous newspaper account depicts Frazier’s journey to Morgantown to begin her law studies, indicating that she put her husband, James C. Frazier, on the train in Martinsburg, and set off unaccompanied on horseback across the mountains.  She arrived several days later,wearing a black riding habit with a divided skirt, riding ';man fashion', carrying a brace of revolvers, and 'armed with a most remarkable amount of courage and daring'. Frazier was president of the Woman’s League of WVU, the first women’s organization on campus. Information from Becky Lofstead, 'Trailblazers at the College of Law' in WVU Alumni Magazine, Winter 2000, p.18.
A rider is riding a horse down Spruce Street in Morgantown, West Virginia.
'Corner of Chestnut and Pleasant Street. Women Unidentified'.
A young boy wins an equestrian ribbon.
A woman dressed like an Indian is riding a horse.
A woman dressed like an Indian rides a horse in the parade.
Four women on horses, two on each horse and a woman standing in between them.
A young woman and young man seen riding a horse. Another man stands on ground in front of horse.
People on horses ride down High Street for a parade.