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A young man prepares to strike the wooden froe, which is lodged into the log, with a maul.
Three unidentified coal miners are pictured inside a mine with shovels and an oil lamp.
A man sits while a barber combs and styles his hair.
A young, unidentified girl and her cat pose on a home porch.
Nine unidentified individuals pose in costume. Three of them sit on horses. Five of them  stand on a carriage drawn by those horses, two of which wear large pots against their bellies. The man in the forefront, dressed in two, vertical striped colors, holds what appears to be a jousting rod.
An unidentified man sits in front of a hanging quilt. The ribbon fastened to his jacket collar indicates he is the 153rd Good Hope Council member for the Junior Order of the United American Mechanics, an American fraternal order. It began as a youth affiliation of the Order of United American Mechanics, but seceded to become its own organization and eventually absorbed its parent order. Originally, it was an Anti-Catholic, Nativist group, but eventually abandoned this position and became a general fraternal benefit society open to people regardless of creed, race or sex.
A young boy is pictured holding four opossums.
Two unidentified men pose beside the stone they are cutting large blocks out of. A long, chiseling tool rests against the rock.
View of the snow-covered street which is filled with horse-drawn carriages. A group of men stand beneath an awning on the right.
A group of boys play football while their classmates watch from behind. The school was a one room school located on the Post family farm in Harrison County, W. Va.