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"Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1862 by J. Nep. Roesler in the clerk's office of the District Court of the Southern District of Ohio. Sketched from nature and drawn on stone by J. Nep. Roesler Corpl. Of Color Guard Comp. G 47th Regt. O.V.-U.S.A. Printed by Ehrgott, Forbriger & Co., Cincinnati."
Goff, daughter of Mandeville and Marry Cook, married George Goff.
Post card sent on August 27, 1906.
The boat traveled on New River from Hinton to Bull Falls.Pictured from left to right, an unidentified boy, , Ernest Bond, Harriett Campbell Hall, Mrs. W. H. Gwinn, W. H. Gwinn, Mrs. S. W. Poore, S. W. Poore, Oliver Graham, Mattie Graham Humphrey, Charlie Poore, Jim Gwinn, and F. H. Jennings.
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Post card print showing bridge crossing the New River.
View overlooking New River and the bridge that leads into the old city.
An unidentified man stands beside the thirty-five ton steam engine as it's ferried across the river.
'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.'
'Looking north into Virginia 237.8 miles above junction of New and Gauley Rivers.  Virginia-North Carolina State line in immediate foreground; this is the second crossing of State line by New River.  Cox ferry in center; foot of Buck Mountain in background.  Taken about 11:30 a.m., April 27, 1932.  All views are looking upstream unless otherwise noted.  Mileage is by river above junction of New River with Gauley River to form Kanawha.'