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Dr. Noah Harper Judy died 8/15/1933 at 87 years old.
Portrait of Loretta Daniels Harper.
Daisy Flemming and Grace Hogne, students of a Morgantown school, pose for a portrait
A man puts his face through a cutout, giving the perception that his head is attached to the cartoon.
William and Mary were married on June 13, 1878.  Written inside the paper enclosure are the words "While these you keep remember us."  The Corrothers family is likely related to the Zinn, Steele-Arnett, or Sanders family.
Four women and one man identified as Zinn family members pose together in front of a fence.
Four fashionably dressed Zinn family members are pictured together.
Portrait of an unidentified Zinn family member.
Harsh, left, and Hoffman, right, are relatives of Samuel F. Harsh.
Jacob Harsh (b.1801/01/02-d.1888) and Sarah Harsh (b.1799/12/23-d.1878) are pictured.
Kidwell (b.1876-d.1946) is about 6 years old in the photograph.
Mrs. S. F. Harsh is pictured.
Sarah Alice Harsh (b.1876-d.1946) is standing in the back. In the front is Minnie Hoffman, left, and Waitmen Harsh (b.1861-d.1888).
Mrs. Samuel F. Harsh (b. 1839-d. 1922) is pictured holding an unidentified child.
An aged Cox is pictured.
Knotts is pictured sitting in a rocking chair.
Portrait of Cox at the age of 19. He later moved to Baltimore, Maryland.
Female member of the Lightner family with elaborately curled hair, possibly a wig.
Portrait of a male Lightner family member.
Portrait of Anthony Lightner, who was a private in the 31st Virginia during the Civil War.
Couple on the left identified as Caroline B. Goff and Percy Goff, couple on the right is unidentified.  All appear in swimwear.
Portrait of Uncle Cy from a photograph album of late nineteenth century images featuring residents from Keyser, W. Va.
Portrait of Sadie West and an unidentified female from a photograph album of late nineteenth century images featuring residents from Keyser, W. Va.
Portrait of Edith Woodcock (on the right) and an unidentified girl from a photograph album of late nineteenth century images featuring residents from Keyser, W. Va.
Portrait of Uncle Will from a photograph album of late nineteenth century images featuring residents from Keyser, W. Va.
Portrait of Howard Wells and Frank Reynolds from a photograph album of late nineteenth century images featuring residents of Keyser, W. Va.
Portrait of James Barrick, Sadie West, Nancy Lauck. and Nat Reynolds from a photograph album of late nineteenth century images featuring residents of Keyser, W. Va.
Portrait of Sadie West and Nancy Lauck from a photograph album of late nineteenth century images featuring residents of Keyser, W. Va.
Portrait of Nancy Lauck and Katie Fitzer from a photograph album of late nineteenth century images featuring residents of Keyser, W. Va.
Portrait of Hal Reynold, James Barrick, and Jim [Leks] from a photograph album of late nineteenth century images featuring residents from Keyser, W. Va.
Portrait of Frank and Nina Reynolds taken during the Summer of 1888 from a photograph album of late nineteenth century images featuring residents from Keyser, W. Va.
Portrait of Sadie West and Nancy Lauck from a from a photograph album of late nineteenth century images featuring residents from Keyser, W. Va.
Likely a member of the Moreland family.
Family members pose outside of their log home with a horse. Subjects unidentified.
At one time likely cased.
Print number 1628.
Print number 1636.
Print number 1635.
C.W. Lynch and the Lockery girls and (?) Lynch
Possibly taken in Harrison County.
Possibly taken in Harrison County.
Possibly in Harrison County.
Frank Holme, right, from Terra Alta, West Virginia, was a renown artist and newspaper illustrator. Here he clowns with an unidentified friend in staged photograph.
Frank Holme, right, from Terra Alta, West Virginia was a renown artist and newspaper illustrator. Here he poses with an unidentified friend in a staged photograph.
Frank Holme (standing, far left) from Preston County, West Virginia was a renown artist and newspaper illustrator. Here he poses with unidentified friends, one woman maybe his wife, Ida Van Dyke Holme.
Frank Holme (right) from Preston County, West Virginia, was a nationally known artist and newspaper illustrator. In this staged photograph he pretends to share soup with an unidentified friend.
Portrait of an elderly Dayton. He was involved in the founding of the state of West Virginia, served as a delegate at the first and second Wheeling Conventions, one term in the West Virginia State Senate and State Prosecuting Attorney for Barbour, Randolph, Taylor and Tucker Counties.
Daughter of West Virginia statehood adovcate, Spencer Dayton and his wife Sarah Bush Barrett Dayton.
A young New England widow who moved to French Creek, Upshur County, Va. (W.Va.) and married attorney Spencer Dayton of Philippi in 1849.
Son of Spencer and Sarah Dayton.
Framed tintype portrait of Fannie Summers.
Born January 15, 1863.
Portrait of young boy, possible the son of Nathaniel and Matilda Bailee. The album holding this tintype has the name card of Charles R. Bailee attached on the inside cover.
Bailee,a construction engineer on the C&O railroad married Matilda Biglow, a descendent of John Hansford.
Unidentified young girl poses wearing a large outer garment, held at the waist with ornat belt, and a bonnet tied with a huge ribbon.
Information included with the image, "Sarah Suter B. Dec 8, 1793 unmarried sister of Volender Suter, wife of Alexander Suietu, parents of Eleanor Suter Brown, wife of Thomas Brown, parents of Mary Ellen Brown wife of Joseph Moreland, parents of James R. Moreland, father of William A. Moreland, father of Patricia Ann Moreland."
Large tintype image of a young woman named Rosa.
Probably a tintype photograph of an unidentified, well dressed young man wearing a military style kepi.
Probably a tintype photograph of a unidentified girl wearing mid-19th style dress and hair, holding an object.
Probably a tintype photograph of an unidentified boy.
Cased image, possibly a tintype, of an unidentified boy.
Young girl and boy (around five or six years old). The boy is in a suit and bow tie while the girl is wearing a knee length dress with laced trimmed bloomers.
Four young women all wearing long, high collared dresses.
Two young girls (probably 8 or 9 years old). They both have their hair pinned back and are wearing long dresses below the knee dresses in the fashion of the day for children.
A young woman wearing curls and a with a high collar. Inscription on front and back, "Compliments of Nora V. Kauntz".
Toddler sitting in a chair, holding a purse.
A young man with a mustache,dressed in a suit and bow tie.
A young woman identified as Annie B. Baldwin. The name "William A. Gatentin" is written on the back of the image.
All persons are unidentified. Information included with the photograph "Mrs. Mattey Everly".
A young girl wearing rounded neckline and puffy, short sleeved dress, popular fashion for children in the mid 19th century.
Taped to the back of the picture "Hanslip Watkins, grandfather of Joseph Hanslip Haldeman of near Thornton, Taylor Co, West Virginia. Watkins was around New York part of the time. This picture was found in a trunk given to Etta Haldeman (daughter of Joseph Haldeman) by Harriet Haldeman, her aunt.
Four unidentified women and one man pose for this tintype as one woman strums a banjo.
Small tintype portrait of an unidentified young man.
Inscribed on the back of the paper encasement, "This is for dear mother".
Unidentified man wearing a large hat, vest, goatee and mustache. The tintype is encased in a small glass frame.
Group portrait of Braxton Davenport Gibson (sitting, left) of Charles Town, West Virginia with three men and a woman.