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The inside of sterilizing oven with bottles set.
An exterior view of milk bottler. (Door closed)
An interior view of milk bottler. (Door open.)
Snow-covered mountains and terrain along Elkhorn Creek, a tributary of Tug Fork River. The photograph was taken during the construction on the Ohio extension of the Norfolk & Western Railroad.
Photograph taken of several unidentified civil engineers during the construction of the Ohio extension of the Norfolk & Western Railroad.
Civil Engineers working along the river, left to right: C. H. Read; B. Large; A. C. Rapelje; H. S. Perry; K. Plympton.
Photograph taken during the construction of the Ohio extension of the Norfolk & Western Railroad. Left to Right: A. L. Flint; S. Z. Earle; J. Lacy; S. P. Daniel.
Unidentified workers stand among cut stones used in the construction of bridge abutments (such as one in the background). The poles in the photograph are part of the pulley used to place the stones.
Two unidentified men stand on new bridge abutment during the construction of the Ohio extension of the Norfolk & Western Railroad.
Campus of West Virginia University can be seen in the background.
This image was developed with, among other chemicals, cyanide causing the blue color. The type of print was called a cyanotype.
Cadets standing with shouldered arms. All persons in the photograph are unidentified.
Unidentified man pulls in a catch.
This image was develop with, among other chemicals, cyanide, resulting in a blue colored print. The prints are called cyanotypes.
Possibly members of the University's Mandolin, Banjo and Guitar Club. All persons in the photograph are unidentified.
Unidentified young man stands on a brick paved road.
All persons in the photograph are unidentified.
All persons in the photograph are unidentified.
A group of men pend time in boats on the Cheat River. The banner in the background reads in part, "Elkhorn Hunting."
Squirrel Rock was submerged when the Cheat Lake Dam was completed in 1926.
A man in a rowboat pauses by Squirrel Rock, which was submerged with the construction of the Cheat Lake Dam in 1926.
A view of Squirrel Rock, which was submerged when the Cheat Lake Dam was opened in 1926.
Squirrel Rock was submerged when the Cheat Lake Dam opened in 1926.
This view is from Mason Ave.
Known as the Kennedy Farm, John Brown rented the homestead using the name "Issac Smith", in the summer of 1859. Located across the Potomac River from Virginia, it was here Brown finalized his plans to raid the United States Armory at Harpers Ferry. The woman in the photograph is not identified.
'Said to resemble Levi. Allow for difference in age, decayed teeth &c,.'
Long view showing hammocks and a man and a woman with bicycles on each side of the group.
Man and woman with bicycles stand on each side of the group.
From "Beckley U.S.A." by Harlow Warren.
From "Beckley U.S.A." by Harlow Warren.
Cyanotype image used by photographers as proofs. None of the players or coaches in the photograph are identified. [No. 5]