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In the driver's seat is Warren Cunningham, beside him is Bradford Cunningham, and in the backseat is Oather Cunningham and Homer Lovejoy.
Possibly at West Virginia University.
Likely in Preston County.
Likely in Preston County.
A portrait of West Virginia University faculty and their spouses, including Dr. F. Herrera (first from right), foreign languages, Mrs. Herrera (second from right), Dr. Robert Stilwell (fourth from right), Mrs. Stilwell (fifth from right), and James R. McCartney (seventh from right).
A group portrait of West Virginia University faculty including Jerry Burchinal (seated, far right), Civil Engineering, Dr. Stocks (standing, far right), Economics, Thomas W. Gavett (standing, middle), and David Little (seated, far left), Geography.
Harry Heflin (standing, left), acting president; Earl L. Core (standing, right), Professor of Biology; and Wesley Bagby (seated), Professor of History at a graduation ceremony.
A portrait of an unidentified group on the steps of a building.
Five unidentified men gathered together in a wooded area for a portrait.
Group portrait of students and teachers at Mars Hill School, probably in Frostburg, Md.
Group of students and teachers at an unidentified school.
Pitman Center is a facility belongs to Methodist Episcopal Church in Tennessee.  Those children are pupils of its Sunday School.
"Eli 'Rimfire' Hamrick, of Turkey Mt. Webster County, and 'Jack', who has killed many rattlesnkaes.  Jack is now dead.  Rimfire was said by many to be the representative mountaineer of the Mountain State.
Harold Suter at left.
Thomas Campbell, Front Row, Sixth from Left.
A photograph of two unidentified men standing outside.
A photograph of two unidentified men standing in front of a mantle.
A photograph of an unidentified group of men and women seated in a living room.
A photograph of two men and two women standing in front of a house.
Image also found in A&M 3021 Nuce Family Collection.
'L. to R.; 1. Ira E. Robinson, 2. Henry Brannon, 3. W. N. Miller, 4. George Poffenbarger, 5. L. J. Williams'
A photograph of an unidentified group gathered outdoors.  Man near door of the building is wearing a smock that says "J. W. Walker Co. Hardware."
A photograph of a group of children and what appears to be their instructor (center rear) outside the school building.
Possibly remodeling of Suspension Bridge Morgantown to Westover in 1908.
A photograph of an unidentified group of workers gathered outside, and on top of, a small building.
Martha Lee Poland in middle.
"1. Lt. Col. Mendel L. Smith, Camden, South Carolina. 2. Maj. Daniel D. Morgan, Duluth, Minn. 3. Lt. Col. N.W. MacChesney, Chicago, Ill. 4. Maj. C.T. Hendler, Washington, D.C. 5. Capt. Paul M. Herbert, Columbus, Ohio. 6. Maj. Peyton Cochran, Staunton, VA. 7. Maj. Daniel Taylor, Pine Bluff, Ark. 8. Maj. Richard H. Hill, Newcastle, Ky. 9. Maj. Peyton Gordon, Washington, D.C. 10. Capt. Robert Adams, Indianapolis, Ind. 11. Maj. Murray Shoemaker, Cincinnati, Ohio. 12. Lt. Col. Aubery E. Strode, Amherst, Va. 13. Maj. Durand Whipple, Little Rock, Ark. 14. Maj. Malcolm A. Coles, San Francisco, Calif. 15. Maj. C.B. Parkhill, Tampa, Fla. 16. Col. Guy D. Goff, Milwaukee, Wis. 17. Col. H.A. White, Washington, D.C. (Regular), 18. Lt. Col. Robert K. Spiller, Roanoke, Va. 19. Lt. Col. A.R. Brindley, Gadsden, Alabama."
'Noah W. Pyles, Masontown, West Va.' written on back of photo.
"Harry Rich" written on back of photo.
A photograph of unidentified men and women seated on the deck of a ship.  The smoke stacks of a steam boat can be seen in the background.