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Members of the West Virginia National Guard drill in Parkersburg, W. Va.
West Virginia National Guard members marching during drills in Parkersburg, W. Va.
View of homes and factories in Nitro, a town created during WWI in 1917 to produce gunpowder for the war effort. The gunpowder factories are visible in the distance.
Unidentified people play instruments at camp in Nitro, W. Va.Nitro was created during WWI in 1917 to produce gunpowder for the war effort.
Uniformed men march down Temple Street as spectators watch from the sidewalks.
Soldiers at attention behind their cots covered in equipment.
Major Harley M. Kilgore served in the Army during World War I. He helped to re-organize the West Virginia National guard after the war. He was elected to the U.S. Senate in 1941 and held that office until his death in 1956.
A crowd of men in uniform gather around the passenger train and load their luggage.
A group of men crowd the passenger train at Hinton Station while loading their luggage.
A large group of uniformed soldiers pose together behind decorations. In the background is Second Avenue and Temple Street. Subjects unidentified.
Two horses pull the float down Temple Street.
Seven unidentified women hold trays of food as they await the troops to pass through Hinton Station.
A large crowd of men in their uniforms are pictured beside the park among their peers. Subjects unidentified.
Two men on horses lead automobiles and parade floats down Temple Street.
Parade floats make their way down Temple Street.
From left to right is W. J. B. Simmons; Ronald Meadows; unidentified; P. J. Carr, Sen.; unidentified; Henry Harrison; unidentified; Dr. J. W. Stokes; Dr. Meador; unidentified; Dr. Buford McNeer. The men are pictured inside the Peck Building.
Unidentified people are lined up against the building, which is covered in American flags, located on the corner of Third Avenue and Temple Street.
From "Beckley U.S.A." by Harlow Warren, p. 495, vol. 2. Lilly was in World War I Navy U.S.S. Delaware.