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Candid portrait of W.T. Law and his Jersey cow which won the Grand Champion over all Jerseys' at the West Virginia State Dairy Show, Jacksons Mill, 1951. The cows name is Wonderful Bindle Joy. Picture taken in Harrison County.
Woman spraying a garden for insect control in Kanawha County.
Man and turkeys, part of the Homemaker Turkey Project in Kanawha County. Money made from this project was used to purchase a new kitchen sink.
Display of Consolidation Coal Company shows the different mining techniques throughout the century and beyond.
Three men inspecting lanterns next to a W. Va. State College Mining Extension Service Mobile Class car.
'Morgantown - Westover (Methodist ?) Church.'
Two men stand in the doorway of the Titus Building.  One is holding a sign that reads 'Prudential Hiding Behind Compensation Law Written By New York State in 1906.'
Highway signs to the airport, Cheat River, Point Marion, Uniontown, Fairmont, Waynesburg, and Grafton at the Intersection of Spruce St. and Willey St., Morgantown, W. Va.
'Church is located on state Route 73 between Morgantown and Fairmont.'
Three African-American women participate in a Make Your Own Mix demonstration.
View of Elizabeth Moore Hall in West Virginia is shown on the cover of West Virginia University Alumni Magazine, Volume 16, Number 3, Winter 1951.
'J. D. Ferguson, president and editor of The Milwaukee Journal; Director P.I. Reed of The West Virginia University School of Journalism; Elmer G. Trotzig, head of the Department of Journalism, University of South Dakota, Vermillion. Prof. Trotzig as president of the American Society of Journalism and School Administrators presents to Mr. Ferguson for The Milwaukee Journal the sixth annual citation of ASJSA which recognized the newspaper for its honesty, courage, and persistence in reporting of world events. Director Reed, Who looks on, was chairman of the ASJSA Committee on Awards. The presentation took place August 28, 1951, at the Lincoln Avenue resident hall of the University of Illinois, Urbana, as part of the program of the Association for Education in Journalism.'