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A portrait of Simpson S. Ballard.
A portrait of Eliza Peters Byrnside.
Photograph of Helen Ballard Clark standing next to a car.
Portrait of Maggie and Helen Ballard in white dresses.
Photograph of Helen Ballard Clark walking down the street.
Portrait of Helen Ballard Clark.
A photograph of Isaac Newton Ballard after he had gone fishing. You can see a pole in one hand and fish in the other.
A photograph of Isaac Newton Ballard holding a gun.
A photograph of Isaac Newton Ballard and wife, Kate May Walkup Ballard, standing outside.
A photograph of Isaac Newton Ballard and wife, Kate May Walkup Ballard, standing outside.
A portrait of Isaac Newton Ballard.
Side view photograph of Margaret B. Ballard.
Photograph in Florida, W. Va.
A photograph of Dr. Margaret B. Ballard sitting in a chair.
A photograph of Dr. Margaret B. Ballard and a friend standing outside.
A photograph of Margaret B. Ballard standing outside.
A photograph of Dr. Margaret B. Ballard standing outside in front of a tree.
A photograph of Isaac Newton Ballard and Kate May Walkup Ballard standing next to a pile of what looks like plates and cups. Kate May Walkup ballard has a dish in her hands.
A flood at Alderson Bridge.
View of the home of Isaac Newton and Kate May Ballard. People are standing out front.
Helen Ballard standing outside in the snow next to a car.
Portrait of Baldwin Ballard and wife in front of a house.
Photograph of Margaret, May, and Helen Ballard sitting outside together.
Photograph of May Ballard outside feeding the chickens.
Photograph of Maggie and Helen Ballard sitting on rocks on a postcard.
Photograph of Leah Reed, Helen Ballard, Maggie Ballard, and Mary Reed 'in order from left to right' on a postcard.
View of mill at the head of Rich Creek once owned by Christian Peters.