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From left to right: James Ashburn, Milton Cohen, Elmer Prince.'
'Back Row from left to right: Charles Stevenson, Superintendent of Schools, James McCartney, President of the Chamber of Commerce, Elmer Prince, City Manager.  Sitting: Ernest J. Nesius, Head of Appalachian Center.'
On the right is Elmer Prince.
A photograph of a gathering of West Virginia politicians. Herman Walker (far table, right), Governor Hulett C. Smith (far table, third from right), Dyke Raese (far table, third from left), Jennings Randolph (far table, second from left), Paul Miller (far table, left), Howard Smyth (foreground, second from left), Elmer Prince (foreground, third from left).
George Hott, Councilman, T. M. Foreman, Mayor and Elmer Prince, City Manager.
'First meeting to arrange for air transportation at new airport. Left to right: Elmer W. Prince(City Manger), Dr. L.S. Adams, Jennings Randolph(Congressman, J.M. Strouss(State Legislator), and John R. Fortney(Postmaster).'
Three unidentified University High School students receive donation for the high school's band uniforms from Morgantown City Manager Elmer Prince.
Front Row: Morgantown Councilmen Swiger and Lyons; Morgantown Mayor Swindler, Councilman Pugh; Mr. Corson, Mr. Coombs and Mr. Baker of Baker & Coombs (Contractors)  Second Row: Lt. Colonel Huling (Commanding Officer of Morgantown Ordnance Works), Councilman Roby, Lt. Berg (Morgantown Ordinance Works), Councilman Bailey, Wotring and Devault, City Manager Elmer Prince and Councilman Barnard (Chairman of Recreation Building Committee)
Left to right: City Manager Elmer Prince, Councilmen Barnard and Roby. Elmer Prince is seated at the controls.
Inspection from White Avenue; Left to Right: Morgantown City Manager Elmer Prince, Mayor Swindler, Councilmen Bailey, DeVault, Roby, Wotring and Lyons
Photograph taken at Christmas time. Standing far left is Elmer Prince.
Photograph taken by United States Army Major Elmer Prince of Morgantown, W. Va. Note the German "pillbox" in the foreground used to the defend Hitler's Eagle Nest.
Photograph taken by United States Army Major Elmer Prince, approximately three months after Germany's surrender.
Photograph taken by United States Army Major Elmer Prince of Morgantown, W. Va.
Left to right: Major Elmer Prince of Morgantown, W. Va., Mrs. J. G. Arnold of Munich, Germany, Sargent Johnson of Charleston, W. Va.
Photograph was taken by United States Army Major Elmer Prince of Morgantown, W. Va.
Photograph was taken by United States Army Major Elmer Prince of Morgantown, West Virginia.
United States Army Major Elmer Prince stands outside his two man tent in Camp Philip Morris. This "cigarette camp" could hold up to 35,000 men. In 1946, men in all camps were waiting for their number to be called to board a "Victory Ship" home. The port at Le Havre became known as the "Gateway to America".
Photograph taken by United States Army Major Elmer Prince of Morgantown, West Virginia.
This was the transport Army Major Elmer Prince of Morgantown, West Virginia traveled on from the ETO (European Theater of Operation) back to the United States.
The "Sea Witch" sailed for America one hour before Major Elmer Prince's transport. Major Prince of Morgantown, West Virginia, probably took this photograph. Note the crowded deck, packed with GIs returning home.
Picture taken in the spring time. This is the transport Major Elmer Prince of Morgantown, West Virginia took to return home. The "Sea Witch Victory Ship" is docked on the left.
Photo taken in the spring time. Army Major Elmer Prince of Morgantown, West Virginia was aboard this transport as it headed home to the United States.
It's standing room only on board this transport carrying war-weary GIs across the Atlantic towards home. Included on board was Morgantown, West Virginia's Major Elmer Prince
Army Major Elmer Prince of Morgantown, West Virginia, was aboard this transport as it brought home many other war-weary soldiers from Europe.