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Group of men and child pose in front of train No. 122 at Lochgelly station. Left is the Lochgelly store which burned in  1941. Right is the Supply House which burned in 1917.
On the back of the photo: 'Man and Woman at top? Others left to right: Lou Hess Lumpert, James Andreus, Christy Gidley Reed, Florence Matthews and Mrs. Matthews. Mrs. Matthews worked at Morgantown Printing for many years.'
The players pose together for a team portrait. Two men in the background are sporting American flags on their jackets and hats, perhaps indicating it is Fourth of July.
The teacher holding the football in the middle of the photograph is Dock Post. The school was located on the Post family farm. On the right, behind the teacher, is Gay Woodson.
A group of men are picture beside a sawmill and furnace. The sawmill is located in the Good Hope area, which crosses over into Harrison County. Subjects unidentified.
A sign hanging on the back wall reads, "School motto; 'Move forward,'" indicating that the church also serves as a school.
Street view of the church, pictured on the left, and the parsonage, pictured on the right.
A group of men are pictured loitering outside of the Lost Creek Station Western Union Telegraph Office. In the background is an advertisement for United States Express Company Money Orders.
A group of school children stand outside of the one-room school house. A woman, presumably the teacher, sits at a desk in the middle of the group.  The school was located on an old farm property belonging to the Post family.