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Interior view of a room dedicated to raising and housing poultry.
"Jacob Cline Koon and his Family (January 1, 1898) Golden Wedding Celebration, Near Worthington, W. Va.Standing Back Row: Joseph Snider Koon, George Washington Koon, Weaden Cline Koon D. V. S., Nancy Koon (Sturm), Cynthia Koon (Shaver) and Minnie Koon (Morgan).Sitting Front Row: Benjamin Titus Koon, JACOB CLINE KOON, CHARLOTTE TITUS SNIDER (KOON), Mariah Koon (Moegan) and Mary Koon (Shaver)."
Studio portrait of John Koon
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.
Group portrait of James W. Cooan (Koon) and his family.  Other family members in the portrait are likely his wife and four daughters or other female relatives.
Andrew Rush rides a hand operated rail cycle, also known as a velocipede, at the Chesapeake & Ohio Depot.
Edith Leontine Stephens (left), Gerald Otis Stephens (center), and neighbor girl Peggy Davis (right) stand beside an old-fashioned automobile. Edith and Gerald are the children of Eschol Lee and Essie Pearl Layfield Stephens. Eschol is the son of Leaman Clark Stephens, and the grandson of Stacy Stephens.
A man shows the girls how to effectively decorate a clay pot. Subjects unidentified.
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.
The Silling-Ziler wedding party gathers for a group portrait in the Gravely and Moore Photography Studio.
Three men are disguised as foreign characters.
The men, which are all unidentified, pose together in their costumes.