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'107 Storer College students were with the colors. 'Labor Omnia Vincit'
A group of casually posed people in a wooded area, two holding Concord College banners. Other information includes "HDN Coll. early 20th Century, S. Trail 2002".
Three unidentified men seated on a velocipede at the Chesapeake & Ohio (C&O) Depot and Telegraph Office in Prince, West Virginia. "J. S. Sampson Collection"
Harry Simpson is seated at the desk with the telegraph transmitter and two unidentified men are sitting behind him. The telegraph office was located at the Chesapeake and  Ohio Depot in Prince, Fayette County, West Virginia.
Andrew Rush rides a hand operated rail cycle, also known as a velocipede, at the Chesapeake & Ohio Depot.
Circus elephants are lead across the Ohio River as several spectators watch including a delighted little boy on the left. None of the subjects are identified.
Film negative of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad track running parallel to the New River, leading into the Shoo Fly Tunnel.
Two 4-H members demonstrate proper clothing care.
Camp volunteer workers examine various games and equipment.
Group portrait of four unidentified 4-H members, two with instruments.
A band of 4-H members play they "mouth organs" or harmonicas on the front lawn at Jackson's Mill.
Some of the projects included tin candle holders seen at the end of the table.
Campers practice rescue breathing.
Boys receive first hand experience studying the trees and other foliage of the forest.
Large group of young girls sit attentively on ground during a presentation.
The Dining Hall with columns, is in the background, left. The large building to the right of the bridge, situated on the  West Fork River bank is the original mill run by the Jackson family during the Antebellum period. Thomas Jackson (later known as Confederate General "Stonewall" Jackson) worked at this mill and farm as a child while living here with his uncles.
Campers use a loom to weave cloth.
Girls working outside on their head-covering creations.
Campers playing a variety of instruments including banjos, an accordion, harmonicas and fiddle.
Both teams are dressed in traditional athletic attire for females including bloomers which look like skirts.
Participants march in file though a crowd of onlookers.
Older boys dressed in a variety of women's fashion.
Girls aim their shots high with drawn bows and arrows.
The boys at 4-H Camp pose in front of the Main Dining Hall including one camper hanging on a rope ladder.
Women refinishing various pieces of furniture.
Campers hand weave belts on an outside porch.
Kelvinator wholesale.
Bulman Steel Shelving.
Nurse gives a drink to boy in hospital bed who is wearing a mask covering his eyes after apparent operation.
Cor. Virginia and Delaware.
W.E. Dollman's 30th year as teacher.
Top of capital building can be seen in distance.
See bottom of photograph for identification of those pictured.
On March 4, 1949 the basement of the Woolworth Department Store on the corner of Quarrier and Capitol Streets in Charleston, West Virginia caught on fire. While fire fighters were on first floor of the scene, it collapsed into the basement, killing seven of the firemen.
On March 4, 1949 the basement of the Woolworth Department Store on the corner of Quarrier and Capitol Streets in Charleston, West Virginia caught on fire. While fire fighters were on first floor of the scene, it collapsed into the basement, killing seven of the firemen.
On March 4, 1949 the basement of the Woolworth Department Store on the corner of Quarrier and Capitol Streets in Charleston, West Virginia caught on fire. While fire fighters were on first floor of the scene, it collapsed into the basement, killing seven of the firemen.
Kemps auto service center can be seen across the street.