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View looking at the building from across the tracks.
Five unidentified miners pose beside a truck loaded with coal.
Mr. Ennis, the school teacher, stands outside of the old school building. The photograph was taken in the early 1900's.
A group of men are pictured on the porch of the building. Subjects unidentified.
Engineer C. V. Berry, left, and brakeman Walter Bennett, right, are pictured with the coal company's railway engine.
A group of school children pose outside of the school building with their teachers. Subjects unidentified.
Men belonging to the Kilsyth baseball team gather together for a team photo. The team ended their 1932 season with 22 wins, 22 losses, and one tie.
In the front row, from left to right, are Dove Hunohrey, Wallace Craft, Leon Jarvis, and Cris Thompson.Standing, from left to right, are William Craft, Pete Radzue, Eddie Jarvis, Theodore Dixon, Buss Royer, and Virgil Dillon.The "bat-boys" in the forefront of the photograph are Dyke Janeski and Edgar Foster.
Cars are parked in front of the large stone building. The hospital was later renamed Raleigh General.
Photograph taken in the early 1900's shows the entrance to the Beckley National Bank, as well as Dr. Sutphin's dentistry.
People are pictured at the store entrance. The building is situated beside railroad tracks.
Men are gathered outside of the large brick building in which the Beury Brothers Coal and Coke Company store is located. Subjects unidentified.