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'Completion of Main Structure. General view looking upstream. M 81 ContW516Eng.607.  U.S. Engineer Office, Huntington, W. Va.'
Founded by Bishop Peterkin in 1886.
View of Kanawha County School Bus number 65. 'Wayne all steel body, model 4360. Lenght 23' 9", width 95", inside height 67". Body is installed on Diamond T chassis, Model 412-B, 250" wheelbase. Special equipment features include: (1) Streamline hood and cowl (2) Special lettering on body sides.'
'The Chimneys of the salt works pour forth, at short intervals of space, their curling masses of black vapor, while swarms of laborers, and others connected with these establishments, are continually passing to and for, presenting a pleasing coup d'oeil of incessant activity and industry. Nature, indeed, seems to have been prodigal in her bounties to this intersecting region. The Contiguous forest having been almost stripped to supply the fuels to the salt-furnaces; the precious mineral so necessary to human comfort, must have remained for ever useless but for the discovery of inexhaustible beds of coal, so convenient of access as to make the cost of procuring it scarcely worth considering. Sometimes, by suitable platforms and inclined culverts, it is thrown from the mountain-side immediately to the door of the manufactory, and when more remote from the place of consumption, it is transported with equal ease, in wagons or cars, over rail-roads constructed for the purpose'
Artists rendering of the Owens Bottle Company (left) and the Owens-Illinois Glass Company (right) at Owens near Charleston W. Va. along the Kanawha River and the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad main line.
Lower right hand corner bears the signature: "A. M. Doddridge, 1863".
Drawing of Fort Lee; erected by George Clendenin on a site within Charleston, West Virginia.
Three workers are excavating the contents of Indian Mound in the Kanawha Valley, West Virginia.
'The new 400,000 kilowatt Kanawha River Plant of Appalachian Electric Power Company at Glasgow, West Virginia, as it appears from the river side. The first of two 200,000 kilowatt units is now in service. The second unit is scheduled for completion late this fall.'
Located in Kanawha County, W. va.
Frank Henry was a glass worker for Banner Glass Company. His home was located on the corner of Third and E Streets. The Armory can be seen in the background.
Marie Henry, wife of Frank Henry, is standing on the porch. The house is located on the corner of Third and E Streets.
Built by the Henry family,ca. 1910, the structure is located on 7th Avenue across from the Indian Mound.
Postcard photograph of the flood damage along Cabin Creek including the railroad tracks in the background. Information on the back: "Hinton Daily News Collection - John Faulkner Collection From Jim Pettrey to Stephen Trail 1997".
Postcard photograph of Cabin Creek at low water level in Eskdale. Information on the back: " Hinton Daily News Collection - John Faulkner Collection,  from Jim Pettrey to Stephen Trail 1997".
Post card photograph of a large house being transported on a river using scaffolding and pontoon boats. The river is probably the Kanawha or Elk River.
No persons are identified.
A small town situated at the foot of a mountain. To the right, foreground an unidentified man stands in a plowed field.
Appears to be a recently constructed concrete bridge.
Front of postcard reads: "This is a lovely place 11/8/04". See the back for the rest of the correspondence.
Elevated view of the creek, with its banks lined with derricks.
Writing on photograph designates which position each person plays.
Published by Illustrated Post Card Company. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Published by Illustrated Post Card Company. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
See original for correspondence. Published by Paul C. Koeber Company. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
See original for correspondence. Published by H.G. Zimmerman & Company. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Published by Kanawha Book Store Incorporated. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
See original for correspondence. Published by Illustrated Post Card Company.
See original for correspondence. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
See original for correspondence. Published by Tom Jones. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
See original for correspondence. (From the Postcard Collection Legacy System.)
See original for correspondence. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
See original for correspondence. Published by The S. Spencer Moore Company. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
See original for correspondence. Published by S. Spencer Moore Company. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
See original for correspondence. Published by S. Spencer Moore Company. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
See original for correspondence. (From postcard collection legacy system.)