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Group portrait of Fostoria Glass Company Employees, Moundsville, W. Va.
'Annabelle Mayor, Glenna Williams, and June Williams Mayfield walking to school in the snow.
Governor H. G. Kump crowns Queen Sylvia VI, Miss Sarah Kathryn Thompson at the Forest Festival in Elkins, West Virginia.
Team picture of the semi pro team the Blue Sox, Martinsburg, W. Va.  Front Row, Left to Right:  1) Chuck Kilmer, First Base 2) Carlton Johnson, Out Field 3) Lee Denton, Third Base 4) Hartgel Ambrose, First Base 5) Hunter Lamp, Second Base 6) Dulilier Brumbaugh, Bat Boy 7) Haywood Ledereck, Shortstop 8) Hack Wilson, Manager 9) Buddy Hesson, Cather 10) ? Stevens, Catcher.  Back Row, Left to Right: 1) Wesley Rice, Treasurer 2) Claude "Hop" Caske, Pitcher 3) Corky Ingrim, Pitcher  4) Sewel Roberts, Pitcher 5) Reggie Rawlings, Outfield 6) Paul Stotler, Business Manager 7) Bill Ambrose, Infield 8) Harry Brundle, Outfield 9) Wesley McDonald, Infield 10) George D. Walker, President.
'Melba Gorby Beard with her plane, and the coveted Amelia Earhart Trophy, won at the 1935 National Air Races, Cleveland, Ohio. She still flies (in 1979) a similar plane to antique airplance events.'
Large group of people standing on the Heiskell Hospital foundation, Morgantown, W. Va. 'Howard Straight.'
Simmons Home, Stonewall Jackson's Headquarters in May of 1862.  Built in 1812, Remodeled in 1935, Photo taken in 1935.
Students pictured are as follows:  'Ellen Ann White, Eartle Bickel, Clyde Luikart, Virginia Ferrell, Lily Carpenter and Harold Brooks.'
The principal was D. K. Mason.
West Virginia University football players. Print number 202d.
A band member dressed in a female attire strikes a drum for audience.
'305405 Recreation, Scenery, Water Scenes, West Virginia, Monongahela National Forest Elk River from W.Va. Route #15. Taken by E.S. Shipp - 1935. Credit Line: This print may be reproduced.  Use the following credit line, Photo by U.S. Forest Service.'
'2nd east of Hinton (12 m.).' M. E. Nelson store is on the right
A group of ladies sit in a class, learning how to can food.
'A new photograph of Pearl S. Buck, whose Chinese trilogy is completed with "A House Divided.'
'Age 30; (son of Nell G. Ward & Clifford Ramsden)'
Photograph taken in Long Beach, California.
All persons are unidentified.  Print number 1127.
Mr. Dorsey is the teacher standing in front of the class, all other persons are unidentified.
Hemlock tree being felled on lands owned by the Cherry River Boom and Lumber Company.
West Virginia University vs. University of Pittsburgh football game. Print number 198.
West Virginia University vs. University of Pittsburgh football game. Print number 199.
West Virginia University vs. University of Pittsburgh football game. Print number 200.
West Virginia University vs. University of Pittsburgh football game. Print number 201.
Print number 201a.
Carl Brumbaugh, left, and Marshall "Sleepy" Glenn, right. West Virginia University football and basketball coaches. Print number 202a.
Fred Buskier on left and "Moose" Hodges on right. West Virginia University football players. Print number 202b.
West Virginia University football player. Print number 202e.
West Virginia University football player. Print number 202f.
West Virginia University football players. Print number 202g.
From left to right: Nebera, Carder, Ingraham. West Virginia University football players. Print number 202h.
West Virginia University football player. Print number 202i.
West Virginia University football player. Print number 202j.
West Virginia University football players. Print number 202k.
Print number 254a.
Print number 271. Back row, from left to right: Coach Albert "Whitey" Gwynne, Dan Conaway, Bob Kyle, Joe Johnston, Dick Hibbert, Forrest Ward, and Manager Harold Eagle. Front row, from left to right: Clarence Hess, Bob Glass, Captain Dick Chittum, Charley Sites, and Salvatore Garofalo.
Now known as Boreman Hall. Print number 315.
Print number 470. From right to left: Rodabaugh, manager; Wilson, Blaney, Brown, Pete Palumbo, Roth, Patsy Palumbo, Goldstrom, C. Smith, H.H. Hogue, coach.
Print number 831b.
Print number 867.
Print number 989a.
The building, located on Temple Street, is home to many stores including Dr. Abott's Dentisttry (pictured on the right) and a drug store (pictured on the left). Alderson-Shumate Bootery pictured in the center.
The building, home to the Alderson-Shumate Bootery, is located on Temple Street. Dr. Abbott dentistry pictured on right.
C. & O. Railway tracks pictured beside the small buildings.
Miller store at left across street.
From left to right is Thomas Moody Cooper, owner of Cooper's Mill from 1895-1945; Roy Ellison, husband of Audrey Wills; Elenite, Roy and Audrey Ellison's daughter who later became Mrs. Milton B. Wise.
Female students and their teachers are pictured in front of the building. Subjects unidentified.
A group of unidentified school teachers and nurse stand in front of the building holding signs that read a variety of school subjects.
Charles Wood (left), Mason Lilly (middle) and Roscoe Keadle (right) are pictured walking home from their performance at Indian Mills School.
Hinton wears what is the oldest wedding dress in Hinton, first worn on December 27, 1871 when Mary Jane Charlton married Galon Silas Hinton.
Hinton pictured in the oldest wedding dress in Hinton, which was first worn on December 27, 1871 when Mary Jane Charlton married Galon Silas Hinton.
An exhibition of dresses and fashion are on display in an unidentified location.
Portraits of the men in the U.S.S. West Virginia's S Division, which handled supply, disbursing, and commissary.  All photos are identified with last name and first initials.  Several of the men are also identified by nickname.  William Hand is at bottom center.