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Subjects identified: The Reverend Benjamin Holtkamp, far left; The Reverend Ernest Preuss, far right; Minnie Betler; Ida Marti; Della Vogel; William Daetwyler; Frank Huppertz; Hugo Schleuniger;.
Identified in the group:The Reverend Arthur Steinebrey;  Oscar Hamilton; Edward Metzener; Bertha Bornhauser; Frieda Lehmann; Martha Haldemann; Bertha Engler (standing left)
Two views of Beverly in Randolph County, West Virginia.
Men standing in front of the train wreck 'between Evenwood and Gladyn, W. Va. One is my brother Albert Hertry.
Photo of a train wreck in Randolph County.
Entrance Gate to the Monongahela National Forest in winter, located 5 miles east of Elkins, W. Va. on U. S. No. 33.  (The gateway was constructed of stone taken from the chimneys of the Ezekial Harper Homestead on Clover Run in Tucker County.) O. Homer Floyd Fansler, Hendricks, W. Va.
Man seated on a horse looking towards the Burke and Summers building in Montrose, W. Va.  Williah H. Burke standing in door.  Boy standing on sidewalk in front of building.
'Lumbering and logging town in early 1900s.'
Please credit F.S.A. Farm Security Administration.  Photo by Post.
Please credit F.S.A. Farm Security Administration.  Photo by Post.
'West Virginia Collection, West Virginia University Library, display on forestry in West Virginia.  Gerald Ham at desk (not the bald one.) Publicity and Advertising Dept. Monongahela Power Company, Fairmont, W. Va.'
'Please credit F.S.A. Farm Security Administration.'
Courtesy of the U.S. Forest Service.
A view of homes in the Tygart Valley Homesteads near Elkins, W. Va.  'Please credit F.S.A. Farm Security Administration.'
Family looks at Gaudinier Knob Fire Tower at 4,440 feet elevation in Monongahela National Forest in W. Va.
A view of automobiles on W. Va 15, Ralston Run.  Lady walking in front.  Randolph County, W. Va.
Students and teachers in front of School in Montrose, W. Va.
'On the right is Joseph W. Summers and Blanch Summers.  Taken at Wheeler, Glady, W. Va.'
'Man on left is Ernest A. Hertig.  Two ladies in the middle were school teachers.  Man on the right is Harry Kelly, a bookkeepper.  Men are from Ellamore, W. Va.'
'Man on right is Albert Hertig of Evenwood, W. Va.'
'Lumber Industry showing portable type of sawmill and yard. John L. Thomas, Elkins, W. Va.'
Building on the left is the jail, built in 1813.  On the right is the Hill Valley House, built in 1800.
Picture Postcard Collection.  Bird's Eye View of the Lumbering Town of Whitmer, ca. 1900, Randolph County.
'Raine Andrews Lumber Company.  X marks Fred Hertig on the front porch of the Boarding House.  He is my brother. Note the poster on the wall, it is World War I.'
Children's Home, 1920, Randolph County, W. Va., The West Virginia Children's Home is located at Elkins, Randolph County, and is reached by the Western Maryland, the Coal and Coke and the Coal and Iron Railroads.  As of June 30th, 1920, twenty-eight children were living in the home.  Institution Staff: Ernestine Harrison-Superintendent, G. Harrison-Teacher, Texie Caplinger-Nurse, Elizabeth McQuain-Nurse, Beulah Brown-Laundress and Anna Dilla-Cook.
This institution is located at Elkins, Randolph County, and is reached by the Western Maryland and the Baltimore and Ohio Railroads, and by bus or auto over state routes 5, 56 and 24.  As of June 30th, 1930, there were seventy children living in the home.  Institution Staff:  Jessica P. Lehman-Superintendent, Glenn Hersman-Matron, Anna Everson-Matron, E. A. Vanscoy,-Farmer, Anna DiBacco-Principal of School, Lula Grace Fisher-Teacher, Dr. S. G. Moore-Physician.
West Virginia Humane Society, 1914, Randolph County, W. Va.  The Weat Virginia Children's Home, under the control of this Society, is located at Elkins, Randolph County, and is reached by the Western Maryland, the Coal and Coke and the Coal and Iron Railroads.  As of june 30th, 1914 there were 37 children living here.  Members of the Humane Society included:  F. C. Baker of Elkins, R. D. Roller, D. D. of Charleston, John Cummins of Wheeling, E. V. Townshend of Huntington and John W. Graham of Hinton.<br />