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John L. Lewis at a dinner during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection Trip.
Two coal officials with drinks talking.
Two men talking with John Lewis.
Men walking through locker room during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Coal officials outside by their cars.
Coal official shaking hands with miners
Two coal officials laughing with John L. Lewis during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Coal officials listening to speech at dinner during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Coal officials around John Lewis clapping during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Lewis is seated at the table on the right.
Three coal officials talking outside.
Coal officials leaving a restricted building of research and development during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Coal officials walking down sidewalk stairs during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Group portrait of coal officials posing for picture during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Group of officials at dinner table during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Coal officials eating dinner during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Coal barge on river being filled during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Coal officials entering building during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Two coal officials talking outside during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Group of men walking outside during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Coal officials talking outside during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Building visited during the Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Arkwright Mine buildings visited during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Group of coal officials during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Group of coal officials during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
A Mine Shuttle Car is in the foreground.
Close up of a coal official during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Group of miners and coal officials outside of mine building during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Miner talking with two coal officials during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Coal officials walking between cars during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Coal officials posing for a group portrait during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Three miners watch a line of coal officials entering a room during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Coal officials during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Miners entering a room with other miners sitting on benches lining the walls during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Coal officials during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Miners locker room during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Group of coal officials outside of the General Office of the Pittsburgh Coal Co. during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
John Lewis at dinner with coal officials during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Three coal officials talking behind a table during a Consolidation Coal Co. Inspection trip.
Coal building with a few houses next to it.
View of the church at Cranberry.
Russell L. Long impersonating Charlie Chaplin.
'Russell Long, entertaining the Labor Day Parade Crowd. Long portrayed Charlie Chaplin. A balloon man also helped to add color to the spectacle.'
Two young African American men sit in an administrative office at the West Virginia Industrial School for Colored Boys in Lakin.
Group portrait of the basketball team at the West Virginia Industrial School for Colored Boys in Lakin.
A scene of three African American boys putting some equipment into a vice at the West Virginia Industrial School for Colored Boys.
Group portrait of six Aferican American boy scouts in uniform at the West Virginia Industrial School for Colored Boys.
Group of boys at the West Virginia Industrial School for Colored Boys and their instructor work on fixing an automobile and a lawnmower together.
Two young boys look after and feed the chickens at the West Virginia Industrial School for Colored Boys.
Two young African American boys get their haircuts at the West Virginia Industrial School for Colored Boys.
'To my good friend Dr. Roy Bird Cook with high esteem and admiration. 7/16/48'.
A woman stands on the site where a Methodist church used to stand, Mount Clare, W. Va.
From left to right: M. M. Neely, Harry S. Truman, Unknown, Clarence Meadows, Harley Kilgore.
WVU Marching Band sitting in front of Wise Library. The Lutheran Church and Colson Hall are visible in the background.
Each miniature photograph is identified including students, principal, sponsor and commencement director. See original image for names
Front Row: Louis M. Scott, John B. Campbell Jr., Robert T. French, George M. Barrick Jr., Harold K. Curry, Bernard J. Folio, Leroy M. Darling. Second Row: James F. Anderson, Bernard S. Palcich, Stephen D. Norton Jr., Wayne Marfell, Wallace R. Dodge, Robert A. Heyl. Third Row: George Sallows, Mike Barrick, Waitman R. Waters.
Mountaineer, Matt Harrison appeared on the cover of West Virginia University's humor magazine
Front row, L to R: Dutch Holbert, Charlie Cales, Jack Ballangee, Kyle Gwuinn, "Utt" Goff, "Buck" Porterfield, Jack Rogers, Jack Johnson, and Bobby Jack Crush.  2nd row, L to R: "Bud" Maddy, Donald Keffer, Bill Iddings, Jimmy Thompson, "AP" Terry, Jess Parker, and unidentified.
Keller pictured reading in his chair inside his home at 112 Greenbrier Drive near Hinton, W. Va.
The group poses on the steps of the building. In the back row on the far left, Charles Lago is pictured. Other subjects unidentified.
Fall season of 1948 semi-pro football team at Hinton Old Field.Front row, pictured left to right, starting with No. 35 is John Ratliff; "Bud" Maddy (No. 50); "Tobe" Humphreys (No. 31); Jimmy Thompson (No. 49); Tom Clinebell; "Big Deal" Richmond (No. 45); Sweeney (No. 39); Fred Vass (No. 47); "Rob" Vass.Back row, left to right, is Bobby Jack Crush (No. 44); Maynard Bruce (No. 33); Big "Poodie" Phillips; "Flop" Osborne; Julian Fredeging (No. 35); and Charley Johnson.
Gwinn, a tackle for Hinton High School, is pictured on a field in front of the bleachers. From Hinton Daily News Collection.
Patrick dressed in his Bobcat football team uniform.
Persinger dressed in his uniform in front of the bleachers. The team mascot is the Bobcats.
Hellems pictured outside the bleachers in his Bobcat team uniform.
Shires, a football player for the Hinton High School Bobcats, pictured running with a football.
Woods pictured in his Bobcats team uniform in front of the bleachers.
Dick Gunnoe, left, and David Hess, right, pictured in their team uniforms in front of the bleachers.
David "Shadow" Willey, left, and Mule Bennett, right, pictured in front of the bleachers.
A house is pictured in the distance.
View over looking the hills and fields of the farm.
To the left of "Buzz", formerly known as Jack, is George Hulme. In rear is Tommy Joe Hellems. The group is there for a Hinton High School graduation trip in the spring of 1948."Buzz" Hellems went on to Concord College after high school and later joined the United States Navy, serving on the USS Orion. Eventually returning to his home in Hinton, "Buzz" owned and operated Hellems Cash Store for more than 58 years. He served on the West Virginia State Senate from 1975-1976 and was a former chairman of the Summers County Democrat Executive Committee as well as the former Director of the Nationanl Bank of Summers. He was married to Glenda Hamm Hellems for 51 years until his death on January 9, 2009 at the age of 78.