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Nimrod Protzman was also an officer and musician during the Civil War, in Company E, 17th West Virginia Infantry.
"Billy Packette", taken Christmas, 1900
Frances Davenport Packette as a young girl, photograph taken in Atlantic City, New Jersey
Portrait of Joseph W. Parker of Fairmont, West Virginia, 2nd Lt. during World War II.
Persinger dressed in his uniform in front of the bleachers. The team mascot is the Bobcats.
Patrick dressed in his Bobcat football team uniform.
Consolidation Gas, Clarksburg, W. Va.
Portrait of the last postmistress at the Streeter Post Office. Pack sets an American flag outside of the building. She served as postmaster since 1949. Her retirement marked the end of the 100-year history of the Streeter post office.
Portrait of the last postmistress of the Streeter Post Office. Pack served as postmaster since 1949. Her retirement marked the end of the 100-year history of the Streeter post office.
Built by Melville Davisson Post in 1914.
Frances D. Packette and her pet cat, Schley-Puss, on a see-saw.
W. K. Pendleton was a Senatorial Representative to the 1872 State Constitutional Convention. He was also President of Betheny College, 1841-1886 and State Superintendent of Schools, 1876-1881.
Sketch of Captain James M. Pipes, who served in the Union Army, wounded three times including amputation of an arm. He was West Virginia Secretary of State, 1868-1872 and a member of the 1872 State Constitutional Convention
Print number 1328.
Information included with the image, " Richard Powell, U. B. Minister, Nephew - Grandmother Lewis."
A carte de visite photograph of a woman holding a small child. There is a federal revenue stamp on the back of the photograph, indicating a tax had been paid on the image. This stamp tax was passed by Congress to pay for raising costs of the Civil War from 1864 to 1866.
Washington St. Church
The Bishop of West Virginia Consecrated in St. Matthew's Church, Wheeling, Ascension Day, 1878.
Likely with a group of students from Upshur Buchannon Normal School/ Classical Academy.
Page and his wife are pictured in a buggy, likely in West Virginia.
'Widow living East Park, Westover
Poland holds up a snake as she poses for a photo.
This picture was taken before 1917 as the mill was painted red in 1917. Boss Park bought this mill in 1907 and move there from Tyler County, West Virginia. He modernized the equipment. Boss Park and his wife Mary are standing at the right of the door. The child Mrs. Park is holding is Harry or Earl. Mae Howard, wife of Will Howard is standing on steps just beyond Mrs. Park. Children left to right: Clarence Howard, Ethel Park, Frank Park- in front sitting. Photo labeled: Sara Scott
Pyke was postmaster at Cassville in 1908.
Joe Parisi, a suspected member of the mafia group Blackhand Society, sits with a child on his lap.
(From postcard collection legacy system--subject.)
Parker stands behind the store counter.
Petrey pictured in front of the Ritz Theatre on Ballengee Street.
Portrait of Alice E. Parker, wife of Joseph W. Parker, of Fairmont, W. Va., soldier in World War II, as she writes a letter.  A portrait of her husband is in the background.
Alice E. Parker, wife of World War II soldier Joseph W. Parker, poses for a photo at a pool.
Terra Alta High School student and senior class president James "Jimmy" Parsons poses for his school photo.
Porter, a student at Southern Garrett High School, poses for his school photo.
"Captain" Frances D. Packette standing "at attention" dressed in an army uniform. This is a staged photograph, women were not permitted to serve in the military.
Wife of West Virginia Governor Okey L. Patteson (1949-1953)
Both women were West Virginians and renown authors and poets.
Keatley, pictured in the back, is the wife of Sheriff Keatley of Summers county. In the front wearing glasses is Phillips.