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A man sitting on a rail outside The Big 4 Drug Store, located on the corner of 3rd Avenue and Temple Street, in Hinton, W. Va.  A membership card identifies B. O. Pettrie, Jr. as President of The Rail Club.
Two men sitting on a rail outside The Big 4 Drug Store, located on the corner of 3rd Avenue and Temple Street, in Hinton, W. Va.  A membership card identifies K. D. Foster, on the right, as the Vice President of The Rail Club.
Miller Murrell dressed as a sheriff next to a Christmas tree.  He is in the basement of the Murrell family home at 309 Ballengee Street, Hinton, W. Va.
Miller Murrell on a bike next to the family Christmas tree in the basement of their home at 309 Ballengee Street, Hinton, W. Va.
Miller Murrell and two other children sit in front of a house, likely on or near Ballengee Street in Hinton, W. Va.  The children are in a wooden jeep.  A large toy gun is mounted on the rear of the vehicle.
Inscription on reverse indicates area is the alley between 3rd & 4th Ave behind the Hinton Hospital.  Pictured is a woman and child, one of whom is identified as "Miller's Mother".
A man stands at the trunk of a car and holds up two dead foxes.  Inscription on reverse says photo is from VE Day 1945.
Mrs. Ro. Murrell and friend pictured at scenic overlook near Hinton in Summers County, W. Va.
Side of the Flanagan home looking towards Summers Street.  Small child sits near a side porch.
Flanagan home at 5th and Summers Street in Hinton, W. Va. Small girl on steps is unidentified.
Mrs. Ro. Murrell and another woman walk down a dirt road.
A family of unidentified persons poses in front of the home of Jack Warhop, pitcher for the New York Yankees.
A team portrait of the C. & O. baseball team.In the back from, from left to right, is Ervin Maxwell (center field); Joe McCarthey (pitcher); John Warhop (Wauhop) (pitcher); Ocar Whitlock (1st base); Will Turner (3rd base); and Bob Turner (pitcher).In the front is Arthur Sydnor (left field); Elvin Wise (2nd base); Harry Starbuck (catcher); George Secrest (short stop); and John Hobbs (right field). Warhop (Wauhop) pitched the ball that Babe Ruth hit for his first professional homer run.
Wauhop, also known as Jack Warhop, is sitting on the left with Bartgis (right). Bartgsi was Wauhop's uncle and died in 1919 at the age of 21. Wauhop was a pitcher for the Highlanders, a team that would later be known as the New York Yankees. Babe Ruth's first two major league home runs were hit off of Wauhop's pitch.
View overlooking the Bluestone River where a dam is to be constructed.
View from the river bank of the construction site.
View of a snow-covered street looking from 4th Avenue.
View of the school building from across the street.
Looking at the high school building from an intersection.
Photo of Carnegie Library.
This was the second building constructed to serve as Hinton High School.
Negative of the first high school building constructed.
A group of men work on the building's construction. Subjects unidentified.
Three unidentified persons are pictured outside of the old high school building.
Postcard drawing of the old high school building. See original for correspondence.Published by Hugh C. Leighton Co.
Postcard drawing of the old high school building. Postmarked September 25, 1920. See original for correspondence.
Drawn depiction of the old high school.
Photograph looking at the old Hinton High School building from across the street.
Construction workers at the site of the Hinton High School gymnasium. Subjects unidentified.
Members from the Class of 1937 pose for a group portriats. Within this photo is Sam McLean, Charles Saunders, Bill Ailstock, Donald Honaker, Dave Harman, Jr., Dempsey Fox, and Ethel Edwards.
Mrs. Nell Graham's home ec class pictured outside of Hinton High School. Subjects unidentified.
Photo of Mrs. Nell Graham's home economics class at Hinton High School. Pictures id Blanch Carden, Bessie Curtis, Mabel Meador, Layton Ellison, Mamie Krise, Daisy Marsh, Cynthia Ann, Letha Harris, and Vernette Berger.
A group portraits outside of the high school building. Subjects unidentified.
A rare illustration of the old high school building built before 1900. A few years later, the windows in the front, right side were bricked over.
Portraits of the first-ever students and faculty of the high school. Subjects unidentified.
A group of high school students pose outside the building. Subjects unidentified.
The third ever football team of Hinton High School, which finished the season 6-3 with a total of 156 points scored. Subjects unidentified.
In the front row, pictured from left to right, is Ruth Weeks, Meredith Nicely, Addie Payne Nicely, Elaise Womack Jones, Madeline Butler, Margaret Hill Burdette, Mildred Mastin, and Lorraine Meador.In the second row, from left to right, is John Faulconer, August Johnson Ratliff, Alton Riddleberger, Mary Lindsay Burke, Tory Faulconer, Bonnie Allen Peck, Hester Dayle, and Oswald Bowman,In the third row, from left to right, is Glenna Talbert, Myrtle Surber Keadle, Elmore Vellines, and Margaret Durham Meador.In the back row, from left to right, is Marie Ratliff, Elinor Early, Margaret Cowan Patton, Kenneth Gwinn, and Catherine Hill Glass.
Group portrait of the Hinton High School Boys' Basketball Team, featuring R. Harford (Captain & Forward), C. Harford (Forward), Falconer (Center), Fox (Guard), and Seldomridge (Guard).The team finished the season 9-9, with a total of 646 points scored.
Pictured is Forward Madeline Carman, Forward Cora Litsinger, Center Rebecca Huffman, Guard Mary Wicker, Guard Fawn Rogers, and Captain Fannie Quisenberry. During the season of 1920-21, the girls finished 4-6.
The baseball coach and players pose outside of the building for a team portrait. Subjects unidentified.
View looking at the high school building from across the street.
An unidentified man stands beside the old automobile that reads, "Get it at Rose's."
Mrs. Robert Murrell, pictured third from right, poses with members of the Faulkner family. A home are pictured in the background.
Robert Murrell and family are pictured together in an unknown location within the city of Hinton.
Murrell and her two dogs are pictured at the Bluestone River Canyon near Hinton, W. Va.
Murrell, right, holds the hand of an unidentified associate, perhaps helping her over the rocks.
Mrs. Robert Murrell is seated on the far right. An unidentified woman is holding Mildred Murrell. Young Bob Murrell is pictured sitting in the yard. The house is located on the corner of Summers Street and 5th Avenue.
A portrait of the Murrells.
Mrs. Murrell, left, is pictured with an unidentified man and unidentified woman beside the track.
In the background, the C. & O. Commissary is pictured. The home is located on the corner of 5th Avenue and Summers Street.
Child of Robert Murrell stands beside the Murrell dog, "Sport", on the house steps. The home is located on the corner of 5th Avenue and Summers Street.
Murrell holds a rifle next to his pets outside of the Flanagan-Murrell home located on the corner of 5th Avenue and Summers Street.
The two children play outside with yard tools. The yard is attached to the John Flanagan and R.O. Murrell home located on the corner of 5th Avenue and Summers Street.
The two children play outside with stick horses. The yard is attached to the John Flanagan and R.O. Murrell home located on the corner of 5th Avenue and Summers Street.
The home is located on the corner of 5th Avenue and Summers Street. The child of R. O. Murrell is pictured outside of the home and with a cat.
Photo of the first hospital in Hinton, W. Va., formerly known as Cooper's Hospital.
A young boy and girl pose in front of two older women in the middle of the street. They are dressed in old-fashioned attire to reflect the style of 1863. Spectators watch from the sidewalks. Subjects unidentified.
Spectators line the sidewalks beside the First National Bank of Hinton and National Bank of Summers awaiting the parade procession.  Subjects unidentified.
Parade participants dressed in old-fashioned clothing sit on top of a wagon. Attached is a sign that reads, "How Firm a Foundation." Behind the cart, a Boy Scout troop is pictured with an American flag. Subjects unidentified.
Four unidentified men wearing old-fashioned suits and full beards dance in the street while spectators watch from the sidewalks.
People dressed in old fashioned clothing are pulled down the street in a wagon by two horses. Signs on the cart read, "Health", "Home Improvement", and "Education." Subjects unidentified.
Parade participants dressed in old fashioned clothing assemble in the street. A man holds a sign reading, "Employees." Subjects unidentified.
Fire fighters pose together in front of the department building. Subjects unidentified.
Parker stands behind the store counter.
Pictured is: 1. G. D. Elmore; 2. F. M. Gallagher; 3. S. B. Hamer; 4. W. F. Echols; 5. O. D. Bobbett; 6. T. Jackson; 7. L. M. Woolwine; 8. E. L. Nichell; 9. R. H. Smith; T. T. Huddleston; G. Cowhard; 12. J. F. Smith; 13. D. H. Meredith; 14. D. H. Hardy; 15. J. G. Bond; 16. E. R. Earley; 17. W. F. McFadden; 18. B. S. Smith; 19. J. W. Goodwin; 20. W. B. Strickler; 21. T. H. Boley; 22. J. R. Hardy; 23. J. M. Carter; 24. R. B. Huddleston; 25. Wm. Humphries; 26. James Hess; 27. A. A. Riddleberger; 28. C. L. Bugg; 29. J. L. Craven; 30. H. J. Reece; 31. S. R. Faulconer; 32. C. C. Brown; 33. F. A. Perkins; 34. W. S. Blankenship; 35. L. W. Hill; 36. F. L. Cox; 37. C. V. Pollock; 38. P. C. Courtney; 39. C. Farley; 40. G. Wood; 41. L. J. Payne; 42. E. J. Barger; 43. S. T. Hamilton; 44. J. J. Clifford; 45. J. C. Chambers.
Looking from Hinton, W. Va. to the small town of Brooklin.
View of the city from across the river.
View looking at the city of Hinton.
A large group of men pose beside the building with signs. Subjects unidentified.
A crowd gathers, forming a ring, perhaps waiting for some performance.
Few buildings and homes scatter the town of Bellepoint, located beside the city of Hinton. A sign reads, "Watch Bellepoint Grow."
Group portrait of the faculty for the 1905-1906 school year.Pictured is Kate Whitman, Lila Loring, Fred Lilly, Johnnie riffe, Miss Elana Carler, Alic Corker, Miss Alice Burke, superintendent Jeb Bush, Mame Noel, Jenie Miller, Anne Gose, Ann Humphron (?), Ethel Curry, Mattie McCartney, Mrs. May Walker, Mr. Curri, Mr. Ball, Mr. Mattics, Jeannie Lind Hobbes, and Florence Smith.
View overlooking the winding New River and the city of Hinton.
View overlooking New River and the city of Hinton.
The band moves along the corner of 2nd Avenue and Temple Street while spectators watch from the sidewalks. Subjects unidentified.
A man, who is probably Dr. Ryan, sits on top of a horse in the middle of a dirt road. The Hinton General Store can be seen in the background.
The former employees pose for a group portrait. Pictured is Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Hinton, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. Whitlock, Henry Lee, Thomas Haskins, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Krim Bess, Mr. King, J. W. McCallister, Jr., D. B. Murphy of Clifton Forge, Va., E. L. Wiseman, Mr. Reese, and W. L. Taylor. The group was attending the 38th convention of the Veterans' association held in Greenbrier Valley Fair Grounds.
To the far left is Senator Jennings Randolph with an unknown child.  Bonnie Peck, a WVU Extegent Agent, shakes hands with Admiral Nimitz. In the background, Lucille Hinton and her husband, Howard Hinton, are pictured.
Smoke pours from the fast moving engine as it pulls the train cars across the rails.
The family poses in and around an old automobile.
Kennedy smiles at the marching band members to his left. The McCreery Hotel is pictured in the background.
Steam billows from the locomotive as it trails through the railroad yard.
From left to right is the Hardware Store, Bell Telephone Business Office, Watt's Studio, and Sutherland Jewelry on 3rd Avenue. The store owners and clerks pose outside of their respective places. Subjects unidentified.
Looking from across the river to the city of Hinton.
The boys stand below a sign that reads, "Willard Storage Batteries." Subjects unidentified.
Two men, one in overalls, sit idly beside the building.
A scowling Spina, left, and his friend Coste, right, stand outside of a clothing shop.
Buildings and stores line the dirt road where people go about their daily business.
The Hinton Baking Co. entrance is covered in snow. The sidewalk nearby appears to have been shoveled clear.
A man speaks to the crowd gathered at the memorial on the day of the Army Day Parade. Subjects unidentified.
A string of decorated cars make their way through the intersection of Ballengee Street and 2nd Avenue as a crowd watches from the sidelines.
A young boy dressed in a football uniform sits on top of a decorated car that will participate in the Army Day Parade. Subject unidentified.
Young boys in their band uniforms march down the street with their instruments in hand. Subjects unidentified.
Four boys in their Boy Scout uniforms lead their troop down the street. Subjects unidentified.
Women dressed in fancy gowns stand on a float as four horses drag it along the corner of Ballengee Street and 2nd Avenue. Spectators line the sidewalks as they observe the spectacle. Subjects unidentified.