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Dining room with a set table.
A group of people sit outside the house.
Fireplace, rocking chair, and woman's portrait.
'Believed to be converted Army barracks.'
A woman sits on the porch of the Old Stone House.
'? Chestnut Street Row Houses.'
'Now the WVU State Agricultural Farm.' Ladies sit on the porch of a brick home obscured by trees.
'From University Avenue.'
A man and a woman sit on the porch.
'Now M. P. Church.'
'Site of the Mineral Industries building.'
'Site now occupied by Main Street business block and theatre.'
A few people sit on the porch of the Molby home on Cornell Avenue.
Winter scene at the McDermott home.
'Near University Ave - Built by S. A. Posten.'
'Near the M and K Railroad Yards.'
'John H. Hoffman building which stood on the site of the Garlow building.  This was used by the University as a school of music during the term of the Dean Rightson and Ellenburger.'
Located on the S. E. corner of Spruce and Pleasant Streets.
Built by W. E. Rumsey.
'N. W. corner of High and Kirk Streets.  Richard's Restaurant now occupies this  building.'
House was built by S. A. Posten.
'Built about 1790.  Fronting University Avenue.  Torn down in 1930.  Dricilla Morgan lived there many years.'
'The home of the late Prof. W. P. Willey on the south-west corner of Pleasant and Spruce Streets.  Prof. Willey for a number of years was the editor of the W. Va. Bar.  Many of his articles were written in this home.  The small residence to the left is the home of Miss Hattie Tennant.  These homes were built about 1885.'
Living room with chairs around the fire place.
'Clara Gould Barbe, 2nd from left, 2nd row.'
'Building that was torn down to build the Pleasant St. Parking Lot.'
Young girl seated on the steps.
Gibson's Studio Upstairs and G. T. Federer Meats on the ground level.  Built ca. 1790.'
Gibson's Studio Upstairs and G. T. Federer Meats on the ground level.  Built ca. 1790.'
Young girl across the street in front of the old McCleery home built c. 1790.  Gibson's studio upstairs.
Several teams of horses are involved in road work.
'W.H. Cook (One of I. C. White's Residences - See New Dominion 1903 Industrial Edition.)'
On S. E. Corner of Spruce and Pleasant Street.
'W. H. Cook (One of I . C. White's Residences - See New Dominion 1903 Industrial Edition.)'
'The Fam Evan's house on the South side of Willey east of Spruce.  Showing the Phi Kappa Psi house.  Now the Cap Hatfield property.'
'Main St. Building. W. Swisher's Theatre, 1906, now occupies the site.'
A christmas tree, Rocking Horse, Child's Sleigh, Doll House and other presents under the tree.
The porch has a hammock and some chairs on it.
'Winter 1912-1913, Persons in photo from L. to R.; Geo. C. Sturgiss and daughters Marie and Roberta.  Home was located on corner of Kirk and High Streets behind the present Post Office Building.'
'Built by E. J. Evans's father, J. E. 'Evans' Harris in foreground.
House stood until 1930.
Room furnished with a loveseat, rocking chair, and a coffee table
The exterior of the Mathers House on Park Street in Morgantown, West Virginia.
The home of John L. Hoard was erected about 1926 in Morgantown, West Virginia.
'Loughead house in south Morgantown on the west side of University Avenue. The Lougheads have occupied this house since 1870. A part of the house was built over 100 years ago. A man by the name of Durbin once owned the property and south Morgantown was formerly called Durbanna, being named by Mr. Durbin. The late George M. Reay formerly owned this house and conducted a tannery on a part of the lot and was later engaged in the foundry business for many years.'