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'The famous Dunglen Hotel of Thurmond built on the South side of New River in 1901. Pix used on page 209 of [Lee's] book. From New Kanawha River and the Mine War of West Virginia by Kyle McCormick.'
Postcard from Souvenir Folder Mountain Scenes, Midland Trail, and State Route No. 21, West Virginia.  From Joe Ozanic Scrapbook.
Aerial view of Hinton, West Virginia showing 'the New River just below the junction of the Greenbrier River.'
Aerial view of the New River Canyon near Gauley Bridge.
Aerial view of the New River Canyon near the Gauley Bridge.
Gauley Bridge where the Gauley and New River form the Kanawha.
Falls on the New River in Sandstone, West Virginia.
View of the New River at Gauley Junction that has been frozen over.
People enjoying the scenic view of the mountains and the river from Hawk's Nest in Fayette County.
A view of the New River and rapids from Hawk's Nest in Fayette County.
'Ole swimmin hole,' Camp Brookside in New River near Hinton.
'The scenic Bluestone Reservoir on the New River near Hinton is West Virginia's newest vacation playground.  The lake formed by the Dam now reaches eight miles above the Dam and at full water level will extend thirty-six miles up New River Canyon.'