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"American Coal Company. The first commercial coal mine west of the Allegheny Mountains. The mine was opened in 1852. It was located in Fairmont, one block below the Watson Hotel on the Monongahela River and at the Baltimore [and] Ohio Railroad passanger station. The mine was opened in 1852 by James Otis Watson Of Fairmont. Scene shows 'Fairmont from the east side showing newspaper Building, 'Church on the Hill', and the hotel which later became the Hough House and the Skinner's Tavern."
Marion Machine Works, Helmicks Foundry on Water Street, Fairmont, W. Va.
People on sidewalks next to trolley cars traveling in downtown Fairmont.
The Florence Belle pulling up to the edge of the river next to a train. 'At foot of Quincy St., showing Capt. Walker's House and Cal Arnett's home, one of the first modern homes in the city.'
A drugstore lines the street with people standing out front.
'22 Buildings Destroyed, Damage $125,000. Destroyed entire business block from Bridge (Madison) St. to Jefferson St. Every Building on East Side, all but 2 on West. Arson suspected.'
"1. M. P. Church, 2. Public School, 3. Burns Home, 4. Chisler Store, 5. Eyester Home, 6. Edd McCray Store [and] Home, 7. Larney Carr Home."
'Looking up Madison toward Quincy, on Adams street, showing C. E. McCray's saddlery and harness shop on the corner; home of the Misses Eyster, the Chisler Hardware Store, old M. P. Church, opposite Dr. Lazell's residence.'
Road in Fairmont with a few houses on the side.
View of Fairmont next to the river. 'Before Watson Hotel was torn down on the corner of Main and Madison St.'
A trolley car can be seen in the distance.
'Hotel Marietta, formerly the Continental, was located on the corner now occupied by the Deveny Building. It is presently the site of the Workingman's Store. In the Picture, Captain Doheny, John McCool, Unknown, John Cotter, Waitman H. Conaway, Albert T. Watson, r. Rudy, Charles McCray from Fairview, James Deveny's dog, Wirt Chenoweth, as identified by Mrs. Vernie Chenoweth, who presented the picture.'
L. Clyde Riley shaking hands with a man upon receiving the Boy Scouts of America Silver Antelope Award.
The Thomas F. Watson building with a horse and carriage parked outside.
Funeral carriage at the Eli Musgrave and Son funeral home.
The Y.M.C.A. Building is located on the corner of 2nd and Fairmont Avenue in Fairmont, West Virginia. A horse drawn buggy is parked in front of the building and townspeople have gathered on the sidewalk to chat.
'Y.M.C.A. Building is located on the corner of 2nd and Fairmont Avenue in Fairmont, West Virginia. The building was called the Moose Club Building. Information from Marjorie Potesta, March 8, 1977.'
A close-up view of Morgantown Beds in Fairmont, West Virginia. 140' above river;
View of B. L. Butcher School in Fairmont, West Virginia.
'Monongahela Power Company's multi-million dollar power station at Rivesville near Fairmont is typical of the industrial renaissance which has occured in the valley in four decades. The station went into service in 1916-17 and has grown continuously the last turbine-generator going 'on the line' three years ago. Total capability is in excess of 300,000 kw. The station is interconnected with other Monongahela facilities and with other companies stretching across the nation. R. T. Payne is the manager.'
The Watson Hotel with cars parked out front.
Trolly car travels down main street Fairmont.
Watson Hotel with a horse and carriage parked outside.
Postcard of the New Clubhouse of the Women's Club in Fairmont, West Virginia. Greetings from Mrs. E. A. Grose, President. 'My Dear Mrs. Hutchinson, I am quite sure you will recognize this place as few others do? Am I right.  Sincerely, Arthar [sic]'
A horse drawn wagon is in front of an unidentified log building in Fairmont, West Virginia.
Morrow Hall building under construction, Fairmont State Normal School, in Fairmont, West Virginia.
Workers are laying the corner stone of a new building at Fairmont State Normal School in Fairmont, West Virginia.
View of the Gymnasium at Fairmont State Normal School in Fairmont, West Virginia.
'View of South Side of Fairmont, West Virginia from Shafer Studio.'
Group portrait of the Fairmont State Normal School Orchestra in Fairmont, Marion County, West Virginia.
The New School Building at Fairmont State Normal School in Fairmont, West Virginia.
Graduating Class of 1898, Fairmont State Normal School in Fairmont, West Virginia. Graduating members are Sam Butcher, Jessie Hickman, Opha Lewis, Hallie Martin, W. J. LaFollette, Hallie Swan, Laura F. Lewis, Okay J. Woodford, Katharine B. Curry, Arthur P. Jones, Clara Reischuimer, Dora V. Wise, Ora L. Potter, Levi B. Harr, Helen M. Fleming, and Elizabeth Bartholow.
Daily Staff members of Fairmont State Normal School in Fairmont, West Virginia pose for a group portrait; See Misc. newspapers on Micro. Reel 7, F1.25 06/12/1894 issue)
View of trolley car 103 of the Fairmont and Mannington R.R. Co. in Fairmont, West Virginia.
View of trolley car 103 of the Fairmont and Mannington R.R. Co., in Fairmont, West Virginia.
View of trolley car 236 of F. and C.T. Co., Fairmont, West Virginia.
Postcard of the Trust Building in Fairmont, West Virginia.
Postcard of horse racing at a race track in Fairmont, West Virginia.
Postcard of the Billy Sunday Tabernacle in Fairmont, West Virginia.
Various buildings of the Fairmont State Normal School in Fairmont, West Virginia.
Exterior of the W. R. White School in Fairmont.
Group portrait of students at the Fairmont State Normal School.
'High School room probably about 1890-1894, during Mr. Millers Term as Principal.'