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Two police officers standing on the corner of Spruce and Pleasants Streets (Lt. Oscar Clingan front, Ch. John Lewis back.)  Morgantown, W. Va.
Food and drinks are being served here.
The front of Marriotts Service Station in Morgantown, West Virginia.  Former site of the Morgan home.
Wilson Chevrolet Company located in Morgantown, W. Va. across from the Standard Esso Dealer. Tow truck located in front of the building. Automobiles line the street.
'Deal and Sullivan Texaco on corner of Patteson Drive and University Avenue (across from shopping center).' From left to right: 'Jim Flink, Unknown, Don Elliot, Mr. Marsteller, and Butch Bauer'.
An automobile is getting serviced at Sinclair Gasoline on University Avenue in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Automobiles are passing Sinclair Gasoline and Esso on University Avenue in Morgantown, West Virginia.
A view of High Street in Morgantown, West Virginia looking south.
Looking North.
Monongalia County Building and Loan Association.  District:  Third Ward. From Whom Acquired:  Lepera, Louie # 3 (Service Station). Address of Property:  University Avenue-Near B. & O. Station. Description:  Lot 7 pt of 6 University Avenue  99.75' on University Avenue x 118.' Improvements:  Greyhound service station, ten year lease to Sun Oil Company, dated Nov. 11, 1932, rent of $60.00 per month and 1/2 cents per gallon on all sales of Blue Sunoco gasoline per month in excess of 6000. gallon.
Monongalia County Building and Loan Association.  District:  Fourth Ward. From Whom Acquired:  Shuman McCue # 1. Address of Property:  University Ave. and Stewart Street. Description:  University Ave. and Stewart Street.  Three bldgs. Improvements:  Brick bldg with steel and concrete reinforcement, four floors, tin roof, steam heat, occupied as service station, grocery store, cleaning and pressing, two garages and office space.
Promotional piece and photograph.
Gulf Refining Company Station located on the corner of University Avenue and Fayette Street. The homestead of Morgantown founder, Zackquill Morgan was located on this site.
A Sinclair service station in the Jerome Park, neighborhood in Morgantown.