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A crowd watches from the street as parade floats make their way down High Street. On the right, in front of the courthouse, is likely the grandstand.
Crowds fill the streets of Morgantown, W. Va. anticipating the parade. In the background is a Union Bank, right, and the building that is now Hotel Morgan, center.
A crowd lines each side of High Street as parade floats travel down the street at 10 a.m.  The first float visible is shaped like a clothes iron.
Cohen was a member of Morgantown's City Council. He also served on the Monongalia County Commission and was a West Virginia University faculty member.
Mrs. White, wife of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company president, is pictured with an unidentified man during the centennial event.
The church was organized in 1836.  The present church was built in 1875.
The church was organized in 1838.
The church was established in 1847 as a Missionary Baptist church.
The church was organized in 1852. The present church frame building was built in 1880.
The church was organized in 1835.  The first church was built in 1881. The current church was built in 1913.
The church is located between the towns of Hodgesville and Volga. It was established in 1810.
The church was established sometime between 1853 and 1854 by early pioneers who wanted to avoid hazardous traveling and benefit from a church in their immediate vicinity.