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Front Center: Captain Eaton, Commandant, and Walter Mestrezat, Director.
'Walter Mestrezat 3rd from left seated'
Walter Mestrezat was the first West Virginia University Band Director.
'Walter Mestrezat is seated in the center of the photo.
Director Walter Mestrezat, WVU's first band director,  is second row center with trumpet.
The library shown in the picture was later the Administration Building and now is called Stewart Hall. Director Walter Mestrezat is in the center with a baton in his hand.
The library shown in the picture was later the Administration Building and now is called Stewart Hall. Director Walter Mestrezat is in the center with a baton in his hand.
The library shown in the picture was later the Administration Building and now is called Stewart Hall. Director Walter Mestrezat is in the center with a baton in his hand.
WVU Band on old athletic field, and Women's Hall in the background. This location is now where the parking garage is located. '1st row left to right: 1. Director Walter Mestrezat, 3. Jane Green, 6. William (Ray) Broderick, and 14. Bernard McGregor. 2nd row left to right: 22. Edward Eilaud, and 23. Mack Allison. 5th row left to right: 47. Harold Case'
'Left to right, beginning first standing,1. Drum Major, 3. Cal Jacobson, and 6. Paretto Mascioli(?) 2nd row left to right: 10. Samuel Clark(?)14. Walter Mestrezat, Director, and 20. Cal Harry Shelton. 3rd row left to right: Robert Bayles, 24. Junior Macintire, 26. William Broderick, 27. Bernard McGregor and 29. Nathan Hall. 4th row left to right: Wilson Poole Shartidge, and 36. William Barker. 6th row left to right: 49. John Cole, and 50. Walter Cole.'
The library shown in the picture was later the Administration Building and now is called Stewart Hall. Director Walter Mestrezat is in the first row center with a baton in his hand.
'W. A. Mestrezat, Director'.