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Caption reads, "Champion Bull, International Live Stock Show 1947 - Bred and Owned by C. A. Smith, Chester, West Virginia."
Located in Bozoo, West Virginia, Keatley's farm had a complete soil conservation plan in operation in connection with the Southern Soil Conservation District, of which Mr. Keatley was a chairman of the Board of Supervisors. The plan was written in 1943 with the strips being installed in 1945. At time of photo, entire plan is completed which included a fish pond located behind the dam in far right of photograph.
A group of girls pose in their fashion show costumes.
Campers work in the kitchen for a class at an unidentified 4-H camp location.
A group of women learn how to finish furniture properly. The photograph description identifies the location as the "R. E. Building."
A group of unidentified women work together to assemble a chair. The photo describes this location as the "R. E. Building."
Four unidentified women assemble a chair together. The photo labels the location as the "R. E. Building."
David West, older brother of Jerry West was an outstanding student leader and athlete at East Bank High School.
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.
Pictuerd from left to right is Jessie Lois, Ada Neely, Trusby Neely, Grandmother Clara Meador Lilly, unidentified, and Aunt Gussie.
Pictured from left to right is J. E. Burdette (brakeman), O. C. "Battle Ax" Allen (conductor), Hobart Akers (brakeman), and Jack Sweeney (brakeman) with N. B. Allen (engineer) on the steps and C. L. Keaton (fireman) in the cab.