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See original for correspondence. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
See original for correspondence. Published by The Valentine and Sons Publishing Company. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Published by C.E. Gerkins. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
See original for correspondence. Published by I. Robbins and Son. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
See original for correspondence. Published by The A.G. Martin Company. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
See original for correspondence. Published by E.F. Milian. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
(From postcard collection legacy system.)
See original for correspondence. Published by Fred G. Barlow. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Published by E.F. Millan. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
'Dedication and Unveiling of Monument at Pricketts Cemetery in Marion County, in memory of Colonel Zackquill Morgan and wife Drusilla. Boy standing with hand on monument and other hand to his nose is George M. Barrick, Jr., a direct descendant of Colonel Morgan, also took part in the unveiling. Date, Sunday, September 11, 1927. In the foreground pack of children on the right: Mr M. W. Harris, chairman of Monument Committee, Mrs. E. A Grose (Morgan), Max Mathers, Chairman of Program Committee. Roy Jake, speaker for the occasion of Dedication, Mr. Kerr. On the left, Dr. M. C. Kelley, representing Monongalia Historical Society. Back of Dr. Kelley, Earl Morgan (dedicatory address). Above in the names of the children who participated in unveiling of monument this data written by: Max Mathers, February 26, 1957.'
'L to R:  Alice Jane Moore (1890-1955), Charles Richard Moore (1902-1937), Arsula Katherine (Cole) Lawlis (1844-1936), Nancy Cordelia (Lawlis) Moore (1867-1938), Richard Galusha Moore (1864-1928), Theodore M. Moore (1906-1944).  This photograph was taken at the end of the era of farming with horses.  The horses are prominent in the family group as they were in the farm livelihood.'
A picture postcard of Worthington Ranch in Marion County, West Virginia.  The ranch was the home of blue ribbon Jersy Herd owned by J. I. Michaels of Fairmont.  The photo includes the golden fern of rockland.
'The team in the center is the team of C. H. Cozart.'
The C.H. Cozart horse team. A lady and two small children are sitting in the wagon.
Clifford Coombs sitting at his desk teaching at Union School, near Lowesville, West Virginia. Lowesville is now present day Rivesville, West Virginia.
Townspeople are gathered in front of a train at the Burt Tannery in Mannington, in Marion County, West Virginia.
A view of the Upper Connoquenessing Sandstone in Tygart Valley Falls in Marion County, West Virginia. Taken by the Geological Survey.
'This Memories of Yesteryear photo of the Grist Mill at Boothsville in Marion County, West Virginia was taken in 1901. The mill was powered by a water wheel and was located at the intersection of Horner Run Road and Route 73. The photo was submitted by Mrs. J.E. Core of Route 2, Shinnston. Memories of Yeateryear is a feature of the Fairmont Times.'
People standing around cars at Hammond, W. Va.
People visible inside the ruins of a brick building at Hammond, W. Va.
Site of Mine Disaster
A Union School class portrait with Clifford Coombs, teacher. The school was located near Lowesville, (near what is present-day Rivesville.)
A view of the Low family residence, the home of Philip Watson Low, located near Lowesville, (near present-day Rivesville) West Virginia.
A view of the Low family residence, the home of Philip Watson Low. The home is located near Lowesville, West Virginia.
A view of the Low family residence, the home of Philip Watson Low. The home is located near Lowesville, West Virginia.
Four people are enjoying Valley Falls in the Tygart Valley River which is located in both Marion and Taylor Counties in West Virginia.
Modern steel tipple for handling coal in the Fairmont region, owned by Consolidation Coal Company.
'Birthplace of Maude E. Thorne; Built in 1835 and is still standing; Handmade shingles and hewn logs.'
United Mine Workers of America Local No. 1643
Railroad tracks near tree covered hillside.
Hotel Frank burned down in 1908.
This was apparently an event to welcome home soldiers returning from World War I.