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Pittsburgh, Morgantown, Fairmont Printed on the side of the boat.
The current building of the Tree of Life Congregation, located on South High Street, in Morgantown, West Virginia.
St. Francis Catholic Church on McLane Avenue, in Morgantown, West Virginia.
'Worker housing climbs up the hill of Seneca in the early 1900's, as the neighborhood grows around the glass factories.'
'The Methodist Protestant Church built in 1849 (now Cohe's furniture), served its congregation until 1904, when the new building at the corner of High and Willey Streets opened."
Students are standing in front of the Monongalia Academy in Morgantown, West Virginia; gift of Laura Price Core.
'Woodburn Seminary was used by West Virginia University until February 1873, when it burned.'
'Around 1910, High Street is brick-paved, trolleys are in evidence, and Bell Telephone is advertising a public phone at the Odd Fellows building. Hirschman's Clothiers sports an elaborate cast-iron facade.'
A view of Morgantown, West Virginia in 1895. West Virginia University and several houses can be seen near the Monongahela River; original Monongalia County Historical Society through Mrs. Mabel Stoyer.
Townspeople are boarding street cars on High Street in Morgantown, West Virginia.
'The Central School shortly before its opening.'
'Many Morgantown residents can remember walking across the dry river bed during the 1930 drought.'  Morgantown and Westover bridge visible.