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Cutting machine in operation at the Pocahontas Exhibition mine, Pocahontas Va. on the Norfolk and Western Railway. 'Permission is granted to reproduce this photograph only on condition that all reproduction shall bear the following credit line: Photograph by Norfolk and Western Railway.'
'The Gaston Gas Coal Company, Gaston Mine Plant. Located one half mile South of Hunsaker Bridge on West Fork River. Owned by James Otis Watson and successor to American Coal Company's mining plant, built in 1852 at the Baltimore  and Ohio Railroad Depot. This mine founded in 1875, closed in 1925. Picture shows 15 drop-bottom railroad cars called 'Hoppers.' These cars average 55 ton coal carrying capacity.'
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad cars pass under the preparation plant buildings.
People line the streets in front of the Matewan Hardware and Furniture Co. Inc. on Union Relief Day. 'Pix used on page 58 of book.'
Colo. Fuel and Iron Co. horse drawn cart with a coffin in the back. The cart is parked in front of the Majestic and Fisk Tires buildings.
Norfolk and Western coal car being loaded at a tipple.
View of Glen Jean Athletic Club building and nearby dentist's office. 'Near Treveys Studio. Trevey's negatives were stored in the attic of this building after he closed his studio. McKell Ballfield on left, famous for a type of softball called Letemhitit.  Insurance agency on right operated by James Long.  Railroad is the K. G. J. [and] E. (Kanawha, Glen Jean, and Eastern). Athletic building contained a pool room, bowling alley, etc.'
Men, women, and children standing in front of the H. Fisher and Co. Store.  Horse drawn carriages are also in front.
Family sitting in front of the Moravics and Co. building which also houses a general merchandise store.
Large building with the Ellis Drygoods Store, the Smart Clothing and Shoe Store, Dr. D.G. Smallridge Dentist office, the Sub-District Office No. 1 of Dist. 17 U. M. W. A., and the Mecca, J.P Payne Proprieter.
'Interior of Chesapeake [and] Ohio Railroad Freight Depot at Alderson W. Va. At extreme left, behind counter is the station agent T.L. Dameron and standing on extreme right is freight agent W.A. Hancock (who worked in the Alderson station for fifty years. He was a deaf-mute.)'
'Identification given in scrabook - Arthurdale Cabin. [Archives and Manuscripts] 1646 Neg. [and] print. Restored log house on Arthur Farm.'