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Mann is pictured with a bouquet of roses in front of the ship.
Karl Myers (1899 - 1951) from Tucker County, appointed as the first 'West Virginia's Poet Laureate' in 1927.
Myers was West Virginia Poet Laureate from 1927 to 1937. His remains are buried in an unknown grave in an IOOF cemetery near Elkins. The people of Tucker County, determined to honor Myers, raised money to place this monument near the Myers family graves in Moore Cemetery. A bucket of dirt from the immediate area of where Karl Myers is thought to be buried was placed in his plot with the monument.
Photo taken in Hendricks, W. Va. Meyers was West Virginia Poet Laureate from 1927 to 1937.
'(Mrs. James S. Craig) of Nicholas County, author of "The Wonderful Spring and Other Poems" (1903) 47 pps.'
'Attorney General of West Virginia'
'Post Card; For Message Only; In the course of human events it becomes necessary to make a change politically in the State Government of West Virginia. The time is now at hand. "A new broom sweeps clean." The Democratic candidate for State Treasurer, J.A. Miller, respectfully solicits your support and vote.'
A photograph of A. James Manchin being filmed among a group of scrapped automobiles.
A portrait of John McDermott seated at his desk.
Alex McCausland, son of Confederate General John McCausland, posed for the photograph on his property.
'Associate Justice, Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia'
Possibly Rev. Tom Miller?
'Mr. Michael McCormick, who has been named new Advertising Manager for Fostoria Glassware. Mr. McCormick lives at 144 E. Cove Avenue, Wheeling, W. Va.'
'Publication of this photograph is not authorized unless approved for release by a public information office at any Army activity or installation and so noted hereon. Its use in commercial advertisement must be approved by the Public Information Division, Office of the Chief of Information, Department of the Army, the Pentagon, Washington 25, D.C. If published, please credit, "U.S. Army Photo."'
October 2, 1828 - January 20,1895
Class of '21.
"The great contractor who drove the last spike to complete the main line of the Chesapeake & Ohio."