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Group portrait of the 1938 West Virginia University Football Team. Standing first on left is Coach Glenn.
A scene from the 5th Southern Appalachian Industrial Exhibit in Mercer County.
'White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. Honorable H.G. Kump, Governor of  the State of West Virginia introduced by Dr. Francis Pendleton Gaines, President of Washington and Lee University, unveiled the bust of General Lee, which was modeled by Sculptor J.C. Motto of Cleveland, and Rome, at an impressive ceremony at the Greenbrier White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, on Monday evening the 27th. The unveiling climaxed the Annual Children's Fancy Dress Ball, which took place in the Grand Ballroom. Sculptor Motto is standing beside the Bust.'
A view of the 5th Southern Appalachian Industrial Exhibit held in Mercer County, West Virginia. 'Notice: Permission is granted to reproduce this photograph only on condition that each reproduction shall hear the following credit line: Photograph by Norfolk and Western Railway.'
'Miners, have you invented a gadget?'
View of camp facilities and cars parked nearby.
The first mining class being taught by U.G. Carter in Logan County, 1938.
First class in 1938, Logan County, Omar, W. Va. Employees of W. Va. Coal and Coke Co., Sydnor supt. Before becoming certified, miners must pass state examination. Shown here is a group taking the examination at the state capitol, which may certify them as Mine Foremen. U.G. Carter, instructor on the left in the back. Marvin Kesler, state mine examiner on right in back.
Group photo of the Shepherd College Choir in robes. Only identified member is Melvin Tracy Snyder, top row, 6th from the left.
Participants and audience for the first annual Greenbrier Music Festival held on the North Lawn of the Greenbrier Hotel.