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See original for inscription.
See original for correspondence.
See original for correspondence.
The home, located on the corner of Fayette & Chestnut Streets, was built in 1833 as Monongalia Academy for Females. It was rebuilt in 1852 and 1858, then sold in 1869. The building was purchased in 1992 by Grandfather Henry S. Hayes, then sold again in 1924 to C & P Telephone Co. Pictures on the porch is Grandmother Ann Rebecca Hayes and Anna Johnson (Camisa).
The home, located on the corner of Fayette & Chestnut Streets, was built in 1833 as Monongalia Academy for Females. It was rebuilt in 1852 and 1858, then sold in 1869. The building was purchased in 1992 by Grandfather Henry S. Hayes, then sold again in 1924 to C & P Telephone Co. Pictures on the porch is Grandmother Ann Rebecca Hayes and Anna Johnson (Camisa).
Coal miners in Kanawha County demanded that operators raise their compensation rate to that of the surrounding area. The operators refused the demand, and therefore striking began on April 18, 1912 which lasted through July of 1913.
See original for correspondence. (From postcard collection legacy system--Non-WV.)
See original for correspondence. Published by Davis and Gould. (From postcard collection legacy system--Non-WV.)
Published by I. Robbins and Son. (From postcard collection legacy system--Non-WV.)
Published by The McClure Co., Inc. See original for correspondence. (From postcard collection legacy system--Non-WV.)
Published by A. H. Jordan & Co. See original for correspondence. (From postcard collection legacy system--Non-WV.)