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A turnverein is a German word for an athletic club, particularly dedicated to gymnastics.
Chaplin Warman and Richtmire Company Lumber and Mill Work building can be seen across the river, along with Selz Royal Blue Shoes building, and Mantels Robe and Rightmire building. Monongahela and Ohio River Packet Co. boat is docked along river.
Members of band include grown men all the way to young children.
Farm house can be seen at the top of hill.
Possibly the bridge at the end of High Street, Morgantown, W. Va.
Sign reads: "Go to the right, do not trot".
Sign reads: "Warning, the county will not be held responsible for any accident that may occur in crossing this bridge while undergoing repairs, by order of County Court."
At one point, Reiner and Core Storeroom and Offices.
The Ice Man chips apart large blocks of ice.
Various photos adorn the walls of the man's office including body builders and sports teams. As well as a banner from both Harvard and Yale.
Zackquill Morgan was the first known settler in West Virginia along with his wife Catherine Garretson.
Home on Grand Street in the South Park neighborhood of Morgantown.
Appears to be two children playing in the street.