- Customers in front of the Old Bailey House, Weston, W. Va.
- ca. 1900
- View of the old Bailey House, located on the corner of Main and Second Streets. 'The sign 'Bailey and Tunstil' on the store was Major Bailey and his son-in-law. In the group was David Bare, father; J. H. Bare, druggist; Andrew Edmiston, known as Sr., a long prominent lawyer; and John S. Camden, later of Parkersburg. Here Thomas Jackson, J. A. J. Lightburn, Johnson N. Camden, and G. J. Butcher took examination for West Point. Butcher won, stayed a week, then came home. Jackson went as a second choice.'