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Monongahela National Forest upper entrance to Smoke Hole section in Pendleton County along State Route 28.
Seneca Rock, one of the state attractions on U.S. Route 33, at Mouth of Seneca.  Monongahela National Forest, U.S. Forest Service.
Entrance Gate to the Monongahela National Forest in winter, located 5 miles east of Elkins, W. Va. on U. S. No. 33.  (The gateway was constructed of stone taken from the chimneys of the Ezekial Harper Homestead on Clover Run in Tucker County.) O. Homer Floyd Fansler, Hendricks, W. Va.
Family looks at Gaudinier Knob Fire Tower at 4,440 feet elevation in Monongahela National Forest in W. Va.
'Bear Heaven draws hikers to its nature trails and scenic overlook on Stuart Memorial Drive in Monongahela National Forest near Elkins.'
Six men are standing in front of a Fire Tower which is located on either Turkeybone Mountain or Sharps Knob during the survey of Monogahela National Forest Boundries.
'Forestry students of West Virginia University examining the core of an increment boring on a white pine on The Meadow Creek Timber Management Area.'
'Forestry students of West Virginia University marking a white oak for cutting on the Meadow Creek Timber Management Area. Ranger Finney (left) gives technical advice to the students as they go through the area.'
'For followers of Izaak Walton, there are 1900 miles of trout streams in Monongahela National Forest. This print may be reproduced only with the credit line: U.S. Forest Service.'
'Named for Senator Stephen B. Elkins. Home of Senator Henry G. Davis. Headquarters for the Monongahela National Forest. Near site of Friend's Fort, built in 1772. Old Seneca Indian Trail crosses the campus of Davis and Elkins College.'
Unidentified people sitting on varies levels of a fire tower in the Monongahela National Forest