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Looking North up High Street.
Portrait of Peter Sherman Jr.
Boys congratulate the stars of the West Virginia University Powderpuff Football Game with kisses.
Two men shoveling snow into the back of a truck. You can see the Warner movie theatre in the background showing 'Wackiest Ship in the Army' starring Jack Lemmon.
Road crew members are repaving High Street in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Group photograph with D. T. Moore on the left, and Governor and Mrs. Holt on the right.
View of railroad track along river.
From left to right- Danser, Charlie Austin, Mr. Jacobs of Bakers Hardware of Morgantown.  (Mr. Harold Jacobs' father)
Construction of Arnold Apartment Building, corner of Willey Street and Prospect Street.
View of two men working in greenhouse.
View of man standing in greenhouse.
View of West Virginia Collection, Archives and Manuscripts, located on the tenth floor of Wise library.
At bottom left is Agriculture Engineering Building, at the bottom right is Agriculture Sciences Building, and on the right is the Engineering Building.
Children are Paula and Tommy. Family watches T.V. and plays a game.
Seated at desk.
Seated at desk.
Seated at desk.
Children seated at piano with mom standing behind them, children's names are Paula and Tommy.
Family seated around piano, children are Paula and Tommy.
WVU Chemical Society Speaker.
A view of soda shoppe section of the Furbee's Rexall Drug store on West Main Street of Bridgeport, W. Va..
A long view of the interior of Furbee's Rexall Drug Store on West Main Street, Bridgeport, W. Va.
'Heavy cutter and helper, middle floor Adamston Flat Glass, Clarksburg, W. Va....Gene DeFrancis to left as helper.'
West Virginia University mascot for 1961 was Jerry Strum.
See original for correspondence. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Published by Bishoff's Studio & Camera Center. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Caption on back of postcard reads: "This handsome southern home known as "Waldomore", and the spacious grounds surrounding it, situated in the heart of Clarksburg, West Virginia were devised to the city in 1930 by Mrs. May Goff Lowndes, for use as a public library and museum. The home was built 1839, by her father Waldo P. Goff. The name "Waldomore" was given to the property by Mrs. Lowndes in honor of her father and mother. The city's public library was established in 1907 and has been permanently located in Waldomore since 1931." Published by Rex Heck News Company. (From postcard collection legacy system--subject.)