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Family portrait of Lydia Hanna Barr Ballangee, her husband, and daughters, Pauline and baby Madeline.
Martha Ellen "mattie" Charlton Bigony and her husband, Dr. John Francis Bigony, are pictured inside Peppel's studio located on 2nd Avenue.
Barker was the President of Oklahoma A&M College from 1891 to 1894. He was born in Hinton, W. Va.
Blackwelder smiles for the camera while sitting on the edge of a small rock cliff.
Burdette pictured signing a document.
A football player at Hinton High School, Bennett is pictured in his team uniform running while cradling a football.
Bee is the man on far right. He holds one of the highest winning percentages for a coach in NCAA Division I basketball history, 82.6%. He is also known as an innovator of the modern game of basketball, and is credited with the invention of the 1-3-1 zone defense and the three seconds rule. He was born in Grafton, West Virginia.
Bee is the man second from right. He holds one of the highest winning percentages for a coach in NCAA Division I basketball history, 82.6%. He is also known as an innovator of the modern game of basketball, and is credited with the invention of the 1-3-1 zone defense and the three seconds rule. He was born in Grafton, West Virginia.
Bee is the man on the right. He holds one of the highest winning percentages for a coach in NCAA Division I basketball history, 82.6%. He is also known as an innovator of the modern game of basketball, and is credited with the invention of the 1-3-1 zone defense and the three seconds rule. He was born in Grafton, West Virginia.
Bee holds one of the highest winning percentages for a coach in NCAA Division I basketball history, 82.6%. He is also known as an innovator of the modern game of basketball, and is credited with the invention of the 1-3-1 zone defense and the three seconds rule. He was born in Grafton, West Virginia.
Possibly from Preston County, West Virginia.
Bittner was a United Mine Workers organizer and representative.