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Parade participants dressed in old fashioned clothing assemble in the street. A man holds a sign reading, "Employees." Subjects unidentified.
People dressed in old fashioned clothing are pulled down the street in a wagon by two horses. Signs on the cart read, "Health", "Home Improvement", and "Education." Subjects unidentified.
Four unidentified men wearing old-fashioned suits and full beards dance in the street while spectators watch from the sidewalks.
Parade participants dressed in old-fashioned clothing sit on top of a wagon. Attached is a sign that reads, "How Firm a Foundation." Behind the cart, a Boy Scout troop is pictured with an American flag. Subjects unidentified.
Spectators line the sidewalks beside the First National Bank of Hinton and National Bank of Summers awaiting the parade procession.  Subjects unidentified.
A young boy and girl pose in front of two older women in the middle of the street. They are dressed in old-fashioned attire to reflect the style of 1863. Spectators watch from the sidewalks. Subjects unidentified.
View looking at the high school building from across the street.
A rare illustration of the old high school building built before 1900. A few years later, the windows in the front, right side were bricked over.
A group portraits outside of the high school building. Subjects unidentified.
Negative of the first high school building constructed.
This was the second building constructed to serve as Hinton High School.
Miller Murrell and two other children sit in front of a house, likely on or near Ballengee Street in Hinton, W. Va.  The children are in a wooden jeep.  A large toy gun is mounted on the rear of the vehicle.