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Class portrait of students attending "summer class," Beckley School, Beckley, West Virginia.  Top, left to right:  Hal Scott, Jean Kay, Ophia Edison, Zeta Williams, John Williams, Lucy Maxwell, Add Williams.  Bottom, left to right:  Bessie Lemon, Bessie Willis, Stella Lemon, Zora Ball, George Willis.
Frontal view of the Methodist Protestant Church on Main St. in Shinnston taken by James Lincoln Madden(1861-1945), an uncle of Mr. Towles in Harrison County, W. Va. The street is dirt.
Exterior view of Chitwood Hall, originally West Virginia University Science Hall.
Drawing of the city of Parkersburg with labels on streets and buildings.
This Picture was taken in 1899 by Joseph Lincoln Madden an uncle of E. Kenneth Towles of Shinnston Route 2.
Portrait of a woman holding a flower.
Pictured in the first row, left to right: Price, Yeager, Whitham, Meade and Burke.  Second row, left to right: Hinton, Krebs, Swallow, Long and Runnencutter.  Third row, left to right: McWhorter, Barbe and Eakin.  Last row is Printz.  Senior and Sophomores were: Krebs ('99 R Forward), Barbe ('99 L Forward), Whitham ('99 Center), Eakin ('01 Guard) and Long ('01 Guard).  Juniors and Freshmen were: Yeager ('00 Forward), Swallow ('02 L Forward), Hinton ('02 Center), Burke ('02 R Guard) and Meade ('00 L Guard).  Substitutes were McWhorter ('01), Price ('02) and Ruttencutter ('02).  Final game's score 10 to 6 in favor of Junior-Freshmen team.  Score 12 to 6 in favor of Senior-Sophomore team.
Originally called Science Hall
Group portrait of students.
Baptist Church on Bridge Street, Shinnston, W. Va. taken in 1899 by James Lincoln Madden '1861-1945'. The Present Baptist Church is located on Rebecca Street'1977'.
'Photo taken on the steps of Science Hall. The engine in the picture was built by R.A. West in Fife Cottage.'
'Photo taken on the steps of Science Hall. The engine in the picture was built by R.A. West in Fife Cottage.'
'Leonard S. Null, Class of 1900; Frederic William Williamson, Class of 1899; Walter Lawrence Pierpoint, Class of 1900; Robert Maxwell Kimble, Class of 1899; Frank Edward Cox, Class of 1900; Charles Lorraine Wilson, Class of 1899; Albert Lawrence Smith, Class of 1897; James William Scott, Class of 1899; Charles Parker Wortman, Class of 1987; William Henry Wolfe, Class of 1899; Charles Edward O'Neill; Friend Cochran, Class of 1901; Robert Dawson Ford, Class of 1899.'
Back Row, left to right: Easley, Randolph, Maxwell, Thompson, Meredith, Smith, Lang. Second Row From Back, left to right: Smith, Boyers, Gramm, Kunst, Jones, Carskadon, Gore, Morris. Third Row From Back, left to right: Leps, Kee, Frazer, Willey, Willis, Laughlin, Neely. Front Row, left to right: South, Lively, Koblegard, Hereford.
Students pose in front of Chitwood (Science) Hall with survey equipment.
From "Beckley U.S.A." by Harlow Warren, p. 363, vol. 2. In book: See p. 363 for complete list of men and their roles in the community. On back of photograph: "John S. Hull in middle with beard."
Faculty of Storer College, 1899-1901, sitting on the front steps of a building. First Row: Miss James, Mr. McDonald, Mrs. Lightner, Miss Johnson. Second Row: Mr. Hughey, Miss Sands. Third Row: Miss Baker, Miss Smith. Not Present: Mrs. Brackett
Lucy Wood was the first WVU woman to go to the far East as a missionary teacher,where she died giving birth to her only child, Faith Lawrence. Infant Faith was sent home to Morgantown to be raised by Ruth Wood. Faith graduated from WVU in 1927.
Artist Neta Blanche Lazzell from Maidsville, Monongalia County, West Virginia is seated front row, second from the left. Others identified, left to right, front row: Abner J. Asbill, Johnston,S. C.; Blanche Lazzell; unidentified student; Lillian Anderson, Hendersonville, S. C. Back Row: unidentified; J. L. Smith; unidentified; Simeon Smith.
Information included with the photograph, "Note the bridge [crossing the West Fork River], does not have sidewalks. The flood of 1888 had washed out the middle pier which was restored by the late Charles L. Watkins. Steeple of Methodist Protestant Church can be seen."
From "Beckley U.S.A." by Harlow Warren, p. 364, vol.2. On back of portrait: "Seated left to right: Bessie Willis (Tucker), A.Z. Amajiah (sp) Lilly (Teacher), Nora Ball (Burton). Standing: Ida Ball (Cooper), George Willis and Stella Lemon (Ford)."
State National Guard unit activated during the Spanish-American War, under the command of Major Banks, waits to entrain for Columbus, Georgia
Photograph of a map of Pennsboro in Ritchie County, includes roads and structures.
Photograph of a map of Cairo in Ritchie County includes roads, rivers and inserts of structures.
A stage coach goes through Morgantown, W. Va.
A column of horses goes through Morgantown.
A carriage goes through Morgantown, W. Va.
A band follows the Admiral and his horses through Morgantown.