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Two players wearing uniforms with the letters "A" and "B", possibly from Preston County.
Portrait of J.E. Casteel, "The Horse Jockey," Valley Pt., West Virginia.
'This entire outfit was once the property of the Fairfaxes.  The buggy was made at Morgantown in 1858.  The mule is sweet sixteen, and Samuel has the distinction of having honorably served his country during the late unpleasantness.'
A lady is standing on the front steps of the J.W. Watson, Feetwell, Wilhelm House in Kingwood, West Virginia. 'J.W. Watson house, now owned by Feetwell, corner of Tunnelton Street in Kingwood. Home also of Judge Wilhelm in his later years.'
View of the Walls hotel with two women and one man out front.
A group portrait of graduates of Old Kingwood Academy. Sixth from left is Isa Davis, mother of Dr. D. R. Davis, Kingwood.
A view of Frank Huffman's farm and house, near Marquess, Preston County, West Virginia.
'Irene Burchineal Manear last on third row right.'
First on left is Ephraim M. Manear.
'Where 'Mother' was widow.'
Post card sent August 16, 1910.
"This picture was taken at Masontown Pennsylvania near my cousin Ruth Stalukee."  a caption on picture indicated the location as W. Va. but a handwritten note identified this place as Pennsylvania.
Decoration day parade in Pisgah, Preston County, W. Va..
Store attendants at the 201st Infantry canteen in Camp Dawson, Preston County, W. Va..
Members of baseball team of Pisgah, Preston County, W. Va..
Albright mail man delivers mail by a horse drawn carriage.
A bird's eye view of Brandonville, Preston County, W. Va..
Terra Alta, W. Va. is 3300 feet above sea level.
Aftermath of June 29, 1911 fire at Woolen Mill in Terra Alta, W. Va..
Built in 1835
E. S. Bell is identified as teacher.
Town's people stand around a grocery store in Kingwood, W. Va.
This is written on the front of the photo:Quaint old print of Tray Run Viaduct on the Baltimore and Ohio, originally published in The Illustrated London News of May 1861, nine years before any road installed an interlocking system.