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Group portrait of boys.  Boy in back row on right is holding a football.
Front view of the second Mechanical Hall building, located across the Chemistry Research Laboratory.
'The old Summers Home at Marquess, Preston County, West Virginia. 'Brother and sister, William Caleb Summers, back, Sarah E. Summers, Bower Fannie Summers, Maud Bower, Ira Summers, and William Bower.'
A view of Morgantown, West Virginia in 1902, population 7,000.
Group portrait of female members of a Mandolin and Guitar Club with their instruments.
'In 1902, Huntington's Style Emporium, R. A. Jack Store, 3rd Aveune, north side, between 9th and 10th street. W. H. Newcomb at extreme right, John W. Valentine at left of doorway.'
Basketball Team of West Virginia Conference Seminary, Buckhannon, W. Va.  The school was founded in 1890 by the Methodist church, and assumed its current name of West Virginia Wesleyan College in 1906.
Cows are eating hay in front of George R. Sperow's barn in 'Fletcher' Martinsburg, West Virginia.
Three ladies and a man are standing in front of Tom Watkins' home in Marquess, Preston County, West Virginia.
Pardee and Curtin Logging Company
Right- Luther Wiles of Ruthbelle, W. Va. Left- Charey Lants of Aura, W. Va. (holding flank, back row),  _, Charles Homes, Shilo Dumire of Elkins, W. Va., Oliver England (setting down), Joseph Summers (sitting down), Ely Wilfong, _ Helmick, Charles Poling of Elkins, W. Va., Elmer Dumire, French Renick and daughter of Parson, W. Va., Isac Wilfong of Montrose W. Va., Dave Wilhelem (boy sitting down).
Shay locomotive and fully loaded log cars on a bridge over the Cherry River in Nicholas County, W. Va.
'Now M. P. Church.'
Exterior view of the West Virginia University Library during construction, cost of the building $105,000. The Library was once housed in the building which is currently Stewart Hall.
Portrait of Freida Aegerter Stadler at age 18.
Pendleton High School, 1902.  Teacher was R. A. Moore.
Portrait of African-American student Mary V. Wills-Livingstone.
'R. Chafey, owner. Pete Chanel was the engineer on this log train'.
Armory Building and Mechanical Hall bordered the old athletic field.
'Little Vera Ely who died at 3-years-old. Mrs. W. E. Ely 600 Julian St. Parkersburg'
Cement sidewalks under construction.
A view of station farm and an adjacent building.
Taken from Haymond Highway Entrance looking south toward Nutter Fort, W. Va..
'Charley and Iva Burke Summers in buggy; Sarah Raice, mother of John Wesley Summers wife; John Wesley Summers; Nola Huffman, wife of John Huffman; Phoebe May; John Huffman; Clara Raice, a sister of John Wesley Summers wife; Ira Summers; Fannie Summers; Ernie Simpson; Florence Shahm Nose; Andy Hardsaw; Sadie Pierce; front row: Noren Raice; Harlow Runner; Wade Huffman; J. L. Huffman; Florence Shahm Nose - daughter; Artemis Pierce - on back of horse; Effy Huffman - on horse'
'Walter Gerald Blume, Alice Blume, and Albert Regis Blume'
From "Beckley U.S.A." by Harlow Warren, p. 406, vol. 2. Attached to portrait: "Back row: Mary Prince (Smith); Alfred Prince; Ada Prince (Fitzpatrick); John Prince. Front row: Fred, Okey, Mrs. Dave Prince, Ella Prince."
From "Beckley, U.S.A." by Harlow Warren, p. 368, vol. 2. Attached to portrait: "Mrs. Lena Prince Hicks, Old Crow Road (daughter of Henry Prince whose brothers were John, Andy, David, Bob. 1882-?). Back row: Maud (Clayton Scott) Prince; John Prince; Lena Prince (Oliver) Hicks; Mrs. David (Nanny Tolly) Prince: Joe Griffith; Alfred Prince; Lake Prince (Mrs. John Counts); James Scott. Middle row (two people): Fred Prince; Ada Prince (Mrs. John Fitzpatrick). Front row: Ella Prince (Watts); Mary Prince (Smith); Okey Prince; Bert Prince (Mrs. Joe Griffith); Maggie Bair (Holly); Mable Bair (Saunders) (last two girls daughters of George Bair, Sr., and Oma Dunn (Mrs. Warren Dunn)."
Fred Secrest, an engineer for the Kanawha and Michigan Railway was not to be stopped by the flooded Wagner Railroad Yard in Point Pleasant, along the Ohio River. He backed the engine into the flooded yard, pulled down the hose into the water and filled up the boiler. Secrest is seen standing in back of the locomotive. (Engine 51-2511-566; Bald. 0-6-0 '87)
Inscribed on the back, "Mr. Humphreys got killed in the wreck."
Commendant Major J. M. Burns; James Rogers Moreland seated, center. [#4 ]
Nine Storer College graduates, class of 1902, sitting and standing on lawn of campus.
A horse harnessed to a "gig" owned by Ferdinand Fairfax, nephew of Lord Thomas Fairfax. Ferdinand lived at Shannon Hill on the Shenandoah River in Jefferson County, Virginia, later West Virginia.
View looking at the city of Hinton.