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Lester Lind poses for a picture at the Old Mill Crafts Shop in Harmon, W. Va.The photos in this collection were used in chapters that appeared in Mountain Trace, a publication of Parkersburg High School in West Virginia, edited by Kenneth G. Gilbert.
View of the front entrance to the Old Mill crafts shop in Harman, W. Va.The photos in this collection were used in chapters that appeared in Mountain Trace, a publication of Parkersburg High School in West Virginia, edited by Kenneth G. Gilbert.
Mary Beth Lind spins at a spinning wheel on the second floor of the Old Mill crafts shop in Harman, West Virginia.The photos in this collection were used in chapters that appeared in Mountain Trace, a publication of Parkersburg High School in West Virginia, edited by Kenneth G. Gilbert.
In 1921 Reverend Ellsworth S. Harman was elected minister of the Harman Church of the Brethren and he was the pastor a number of years.  He is grandson of the original Pastor, Rev. Asa Harmon who was elected in 1859 and for whom the town is named.
Rev. Asa Harman (b. 1834-d. 1902) was the first elected pastor of Harman Church of the Brethren in 1859.  The town of Harman is also named after him.  The Harman Church separated from a larger territory of congregations in 1897 and the church was named after the reverend.  In 1921, the grandson of Asa Harman, Rev. Ellsworth Harman, was elected pastor of the church.