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Colonel Hardesty and wife in engine cab.
Meadow River Lumber Company.
Rainelle, W. Va.
Mower Lumber Company.
Loggers with horse teams.
Posing on the 'R. Chaffey' locomotive.  Tucker County.
"Where our houses Start from."  Logging crew at Tucker County, W. Va.
Exterior of Murtland Automobile Company; people and automobiles are in front; also includes storefront of "H.J. Domhoff, Wagon Builder."
Exterior of Marple Chevrolet Dealership; trucks and automobiles are parked in front; located on corner of University Avenue and Walnut Street.<br />
Exterior of Lough-Simpson Grocery Company; employees with company automobiles are in front.<br />
Wagon and salesman are likely standing in front of 253 Park Street in Morgantown, W. Va.
Exterior of Monongahela Supply Company, University Avenue, Morgantown.
Exterior of Star Bus Company featuring employees posing for portrait with two buses; routes to Cassville and Maidsville are advertised; company office and the "Reed Hotel Annex" are in same building.<br />
Interior of drug store (probably Ream's Drug Store) with soda fountain on 304 High Street, Morgantown; the counterman is Harry Selby.
Horses, wagons, and pedestrians on High Streeet.<br />
Family of four sitting on a porch swing, Morgantown.<br />
Young couple standing on top of a hill; the woman is wearing a large hat.
Portrait of family on a porch; adults are standing and children are sitting on a porch swing.
Armistice Day Parade on University Avenue, Morgantown; Purinton House is visible in the background.<br />
Celebration of completion of a highway project.  The picture features a crowd and numerous parked automobiles in the vicinity of a highway through a rural area in north central West Virginia.
Chadwick's laundry wagon on Chestnut Street, Morgantown; the wagon is parked in front of the building for Chadwick's Laundry.
Exterior of Victor Elevator and Mills Company, Morgantown.
Four young women posing with hair dryers in Joe Ponka's Beauty Shop, Morgantown.  Roberta Armstrong is second from left; Connie Linton is fourth from left.
Suspension bridge across the Monongahela River; the viewpoint is from Westover looking toward Morgantown.<br />
Unidentified baseball player in a rural setting posing alternately as a batter and a pitcher in two separate photographs.
Two players wearing uniforms with the letters "A" and "B", possibly from Preston County.
Portrait of J.E. Casteel, "The Horse Jockey," Valley Pt., West Virginia.
Group portrait of McKean Family with their horse and carriage prior to participating in a parade in Beckley.  From left to right:  Gertie (Beasley) McKean, son Clay, daughter Mae, and Sam McKean.
Class portrait of students attending "summer class," Beckley School, Beckley, West Virginia.  Top, left to right:  Hal Scott, Jean Kay, Ophia Edison, Zeta Williams, John Williams, Lucy Maxwell, Add Williams.  Bottom, left to right:  Bessie Lemon, Bessie Willis, Stella Lemon, Zora Ball, George Willis.
Steam packet "Joe Fowler" on the shore of the Ohio River with passengers posing for their portrait.
Steam packet "City of Wheeling" conveying church goers on a Sunday school excursion.  This picture shows the boat "docked" on the shore of the Ohio River at Narrow's Run.
Nicholas County, W. Va.
Logging crew posing on locomotive.
Twin Bridges, Cheat River; Third from left Carl Bradley - Engineer; P.E. Percy/Lima Locomotive Works; Lima "Shay" Shop No. 754 (1903; W.Va. Spruce Lumber Co. and/ or Greenbrier and Elk River #3; TKA 65 ton
Information on the back of the photograph includes, "Austin J. Sharp, Huntersville".
Photograp taken above the shops, Dynamite house in the background.
The Glady and Alpena R.R. between Gladwin in Tucker Co. and Alpena in Randolph Co., ca. 1910.  Ths was a lumber road built for the purpose of removing logs, lumber, tanning bark, and pulpwood. O. Homer Floyd Fansler, Hendricks, W.V.
Men with logs on horse-drawn log tram. O. Homer Floyd Fansler, Hendricks, WV