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'Victor Elevator and Mills Co. North of Walnut St. on the West side of University Ave.  Built by the late E. C. Allander about 1885.'
'West brickyard looking toward north Morgantown Hill, showing a part of Sunnyside, an uninhabited Wiles Hill, and Lough Brothers Carriage Factory on the west side of Beechurst.'
'Near University Ave - Built by S. A. Posten.'
'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.
'N. W. corner of High and Kirk Streets.  Richard's Restaurant now occupies this  building.'
'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.'
'South view of High Street near the Post Office and Montgomery Ward Store.' A view of High Street on a snowy winter day before 1926, because the High Street Bridge wasn't built yet.
Construction of houses on fraternity row can be seen along dirt road which is High Street in Morgantown, W. Va.
'A group of five ladies and one gentleman at some residence. Probably the Madeira house at the intersection of Beverly Avenue and University Driveway. (Mrs. Madeira standing center)'.
'The Tom Evan's house on the south side of Willey east of Spruce [Street], showing the Phi Kappa Psi House. Now the Cop Hatfield property.'
A fenced yard with a walkway leading to a house in Morgantown, W. Va. Sidewalk runs in front of the fence. 'The Cap Hatfield property'.