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A portrait of William Street of the Kingwood Methodist Church.
'Minister, Presbyterian Church'
A photograph of Bush Swisher (center) on stage with a man and woman for a presentation.
'Pres. C. & O. R.R.'
A photograph of Miles Stanley seated at his desk.
A photograph of the Honorable Harley Staggers (right) presenting a booklet to Martha Poland.
A photograph of Harley Staggers (left) standing with Speaker of the House John McCormack (center) and others.
'Back row - L-R - Harley Staggers, Alice VanLandingham, Jennings Randolph; Watch credit line. The following credit line must be used when this photograph is published; Chase Ltd., Photo; Washington, D.C.'
A photograph of Harley Staggers giving a speech at a gathering.

19. James S.

'Born May 8, 1840; Enlisted in the first company of the United States Army in this country.; Chased Wilkes Booth, assassin of Abraham Lincoln.; Confined in six general hospitals and twice in Libby prison.; Belonged to the first company organized in West Virginia. Only ten or twelve of the members are living now.'
'Born May 8, 1840; Enlisted in the first company of the United States Army in this country.; Chased Wilkes Booth, assassin of Abraham Lincoln.; Confined in six general hospitals and twice in Libby prison.; Belonged to the first company organized in West Virginia. Only ten or twelve of the members are living now.'
'Alvena Seckar was born in McMechen, West Virginia, of Immigrant parents. She is known primarily as an artist, having studied at the Institute of Art and Archeology in Paris. Her three books, "Misko," "Trapped in the Old Mine," and "Zuska of the Burning Hills," were written in order to express her own "discovery of America" to other children of foreign-born parents. She is a member of the National League of American Pen Women. Her present home is in New Jersey.'
A photograph of John Sanders seated at his desk and talking on the phone.
'photo made 1924 when he was chairman of Democratic Nat'l Committee & conducted campaign of John W. Davis for president. Now in his 80's, Mr. Shaver resides at Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D.C. Native of Marion County; retired lawyer.'
'Asher and Little Jimmy Sizemore first performed as a father and son duo in 1933.  They recorded several hits, in the areas of bluegrass, cowboy ballads and gospel music.  They performed on several regional radio stations, the NBC Radio network and the Grand Ole Opry.  Asher Sizemore was born and raised in Manchester, Kentucky.  He worked as a bookkeeper for a coal mining company in Pike County.  After he married and his first son Little Jimmy was born, Asher turned to singing old-time songs and cowboy ballads professionally.  Asher had a radio show in Huntington, West Virginia in 1931 before moving on to WCKY in Cincinnati.  Reference: Kentucky Country: Folk and Country Music of Kentucky by Charles Wolfe; published by University Press of Kentucky, 1996 (pp. 60-61)'
W. Va. State Road Commissioner, March 2, 1961-March 1, 1965.
W. Va. State Road Commissioner, 1961-1965.
Jessie Savage at the 7 months and 12 days of age.
J. Hammond Siler, Jr at the age of 5 and half years old.