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Oil rig on farm.
Fred S. Hathaway and unknown person walking oil pipeline.
Unknown person kneeling on top of an oil well.
Fred S. Hathaway on top of an oil tank loacted on Dr. W. T. W. Dye's farm.
Unknown person walking the pipeline.
Nearly 70 students were enrolled in the first class when the school opened in 1922.
Erie steam shovel or excavator being used to remove dirt for the road bed.
Unidentified workmen stand on stone piers during construction on the Grantsville Bridge.
The "Edith" paddles on the Little Kanawha.
Front row, left to right:  John Davis (standing), Kay "Boots" Stevens, Jake Hayhurst, Ellie Propst, Harry "Hike" Smith, Fred Ball, and Frank Deem.  Second row, standing, left to right:  Mont Smith, Walter Eli Smith, Bill Durst (photo taken before he lost his arm in an accident at the factory), John Harris, Wes Propst, Wait Ball, and Frankie Smith.
celebration marking the end of World War I. Postcard photograph is labeled, "Star Spangle Banner".
Bystanders watching the parade celebrating the end of Worl War I.
Recruits load onto buses.
Pictured: Marked with a 1) Elias Yoak 2) Charles Arthur 3) Charles Shaffer
Group portrait of new military recruits during World War I.
Automobiles, waving American flags line the main street.
Trucks loaded with scrap metal, driving through town. Many citizens pitched in to support the war effort by collecting materials for recycling.
Collecting scrap metal in the back of trucks. Calhoun County citizens aided the war effort by collecting scrap metal to be receycled into miltary needs. The John Deer Company encouraged farmers to "Sink a sub from your farm, bring in your scrap metal".
Scrap metal in the back of trucks roll through town. Scrap drives were prompted to involve citizens for morale purposes as well as helping the war effort.
Bystanders watch trucks go by with collected scrapmetal in the back.