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View of debris form a demolished home and a car after a wind storm.
Automobile, parked on a bridge with a WVU football schedule displayed on the driver's door. Subjects in the photograph: Susie Squires Hill in the passenger's seat, her daughter Colleen D. Hill behind the passenger seat and her infant daughter Jo Ann Hill in the backseat. The woman holding Jo Ann is unidentified. The Pitt game appears to be the most important given the large print.
The front end of the car completely smashed from an accident on University Avenue.
A tow truck driver is hooking up Joseph Stenger's wrecked car.
Two automobiles are parked in front of a garage in Morgantown, West Virginia.
View of wrecked car at night in Morgantown, W. Va.
Frontal view of car with front drivers side crumpled in Morgantown, W. Va.
Frontal view of car with extremely smashed grill and hood in Morgantown, W. Va.
View of a destroyed car being towed after wreck. Men visible in background assessing the situation in Morgantown, W.Va.
A Ford totaled in a car accident.
A car is being towed away after an accident.
A car accident where the car was totaled and flipped upside down.
Police investigate a wrecked car in Morgantown W. Va. Two billboards in background.
View of a car with the driver side smashed. Police directing traffic in background.<br />
Two people are standing behind an automobile that wrecked near Jimmy's Campus Lunch on North High Street in Morgantown, West Virginia.
View of demolished car sitting in towing lot in Morgantown, W. Va.
Two damaged cars at the scene of the accident.
Rear ender on High Street.
View of car wreck involving three cars in Morgantown, W. Va.
View of car with completely destroyed front hood and engine area in Morgantown W. Va.
Back end of a car visible in the rubble of a collapsed building.
Antique car in Monongalia County Bicentennial Parade.
'Charles Plummer Pride.'
Fourtney Wade is sitting in a Grout steam automobile on Wilson Avenue in Morgantown.The Grout cars were originally sold under the "New Home" name in the 1890s, before rebranding as Grout Brother Automobiles after switching from internal combustion engines to steam powered cars. 1903 was their best sales year.
Harry Selby and an unidentified woman are riding in car in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Morgantown Plumbing Company visible in background.
A dog is chasing an automobile is driving at the intersection of University Avenue, formally called Front Street, and Beechurst Avenue in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Old automobile seen at the corner of Front Street and Beechurst. Dog is chasing car.
Young man and woman ride in a Model T automobile down a dirt road.
Exterior of Murtland Automobile Company; people and automobiles are in front; also includes storefront of "H.J. Domhoff, Wagon Builder."
Exterior of Lough-Simpson Grocery Company; employees with company automobiles are in front.<br />
'Two beat up old automobiles with Indiana license plates are parked at the corner of High Street and Kirk Street' in Morgantown, W. Va. One bears a sign which reads 'I may be old but I can still get hot.  Behind the automobiles, Richard Restaurant can be seen.
Automobile includes running boards and chain wrapped tires.
A car accident on Spruce Street and Pleasant Street.
View of car with smashed rear passenger side in Morgantown, W. Va.
View of wrecked car being towed up a muddy hillside in Morgantown W. Va.
Veiw of a small car after it collided with a tree. Includes: 'David Spacht, Patrick Gilbert'
A man and a woman are standing in front of an automobile that is parked in front of the Home Hotel in Morgantown, West Virginia. A man and two women are sitting in the automobile.
Fourtney Wade is sitting in what is likely an electric automobile on Wilson Avenue in Morgantown. The make is possibly a Columbia Electric Runabout, the best selling car in 1900 and the first to exceed 1000 sales.