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The town of Petersburg is in Grant County.
'Looking North'
The Evangelical United Brethren church was organized in 1829
The church was organized around 1775
The church was founded in 1837.
Welcome sign advertising the "Famous Smoke Hole Caverns" in Petersburg, West Virginia.  Petersburg tannery building in background.
Text on the back reads, "Fox and Ox Camp. Good fishing - swimming - home cooking. On U. S. 220, 2 miles north of Petersburg, W. Va."
Rock formations on this cliff face resemble a fox and an ox, thus giving the camp its name.
Text reads, "Mountain Slide, approx. 2 1/2 mi. Torrential rains on June 17 1949 brought tons of earth and rock from mountain side blocking routes 4 and 28. Petersburg, W. Va."
Text reads, "Scene on Route 42 between Maysville and Petersburg, W. Va. Lunice Creek Bridge, Petersburg,  Flood June 17 1949."