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A view of a viaduct over the Cheat River on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
Text on the back reads, "General Benjamin Franklin Kelley, here with 1st West Virginia hat. Captured by Confederate raiders on Feb. 21, 1865." Kelley served in the Union Army during the American Civil War.
Text on the back reads, "Thornsbury Bailey Brown, 5/13/1829 - 5/22/1861. First Union soldier killed in Civil War - buried National Cemetery - Grafton, W. Va. Photo supplied by great-great granddaughter Melba Pender Zinn."
Dr. Jesse Beerbower, who practiced in Bruceton Mills, W. Va., was a surgeon with the Third Maryland Infantry during the American Civil War.
Two men pose in a boat in front of a covered bridge on the Cheat River.
The students of the Bruceton Mills School pose for a group photograph. The tallest young man is thought to be C. T. Kelly, and the girl on his right is thought to be Dessie Feather.
A view of Bruceton Mills, showing the town's schoolhouse and churches in the foreground.
Text on the front and back reads, "This was an undershot water powered mill. The dam was located near the E. H. Simpson property. The mill was owned by William Matlick at the time it burned. The mill was located at Marquess, W. Va. The small part on the right built between 1825-1830."
Five people pose in front of a large barn-like structure in rural Preston County, W. Va.
General Benjamin Franklin Kelley, who settled in Wheeling, W. Va. and was a Union general during the Civil War, is shown mounted on his horse Philippi.
Pictured are Prince and Gypsy, the team of Professor N. N. McGrew, a bookseller who travelled the Appalachian region selling copies of John Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress.