'One of the first lawyers in Tucker County, W. Va. Lloyd Hansford secured a good common school education and in 1879 graduated from the State Normal School at Fairmont with a degree in Law, being the first graduate from Tucker County from any State institution. His first office was in St. George, W. Va., then moved to Parsons when it became the county seat. His office was on Main Street called the Hansford Building, and the Opera House of Parsons. He was born in 1857 and died in 1916. Biographical information from the Book "Men of West Virginia, Biographical Publishing Co., 1903.'
Red's Pep Orchestra. This photograph was removed from a scrapbook (location unknown) compiled by the sax player Edward Blanchard Woodford. He is second from the right in the photograph. He played in this band while attending West Virginia University. He also played with the Blue Ridge Orchestra, Clarksburg, Original West Virginians, Morgantown, and the Fuller Orchestra, Oscoda, Michigan. There are portraits of Edward B. Woodford in the WVU Monticola yearbook (1926, page 86, junior; 1927, page 81, senior).
William and Jennie Devore Family, Mannington, Marion County, W. Va.
Group portrait of William and Jennie Devore family of Mannington, Marion County, W. Va. Front, left to right: Gertie Snyder, Emma Spencer, William Devore, Jennie Devore, Ivie Devore, Gerald Devore; Back Row: March Devore [unreadable], Harry Devore.