Search Constraints

You searched for: Geographic Names Morgantown (W. Va.) Remove constraint Geographic Names: Morgantown (W. Va.)
Number of results to display per page

Search Results

One of the engineers is wearing a robot costume.
Photo features snow covered Morgantown, with the Westover Bridge in background.  The intersection of University Avenue and Willey Street is at the foreground.
WVU students and faculty pose in classroom.  The group appears to be a chemistry class.
Westover Bridge in background.
A view of the WVU campus in 1952. Note Eiesland Hall under construction.
Ann Little stars as the character Tracy Lord in a WVU production of "Philadelphia Story," a play by Phillip Barry. The other character is played by Bob Brown.
A view of downtown Morgantown looking over the Monongahela River from Westover.
A sampling of glassware from the Seneca Glass Company's Line No. 1936 - Cut 779.
Photo is taken from the west side of the Monongahela River looking toward the downtown area and the West Virginia University campus.
Students outside the Woodburn Seminary, a school for girls in Morgantown, W. Va.
The Mississippi Glass Company was based out of St. Louis, Missouri. Their Morgantown Factory was opened in 1904 and closed by 1943.
Text on the back reads:"Rear Row: Del. Kincaid, Claude Gore, W. W. D. Rogers, Ed Boyd, Harry DuncanMiddle Row: Ed Hartman, unknown, Ed Mayer, ? Willis, Sam BoydFront Row: Dick Hayes, Fred Marshall - DirectorWilliam C. Meyer, Manager"They are posing on the steps of Commencement Hall.