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Mrs. S. F. Harsh is pictured.
Tintype portrait of E.W. Strain of Brooke County, W. Va. Also inscribed on the back; "J. Z. Ellison . . .Yours Truly". J. Z. Ellison was a member of the Ellison-Dunlap family.
A tintype portrait of G.C. Updegraff, from the Ellison-Dunlap families collection, Monroe County.
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.
Tintype portrait of George Berry. Inscribed on the back, "Compliments of Geo. O. Berry to his friend J. Z. Ellison [John Zachariah Ellison of Monroe County, W. Va.].
On back of portrait: "Extreme right Oscar Kubach." On front: "Sunday August, 8th, 1880."
Portrait of Nancy Lauck and Katie Fitzer from a photograph album of late nineteenth century images featuring residents of 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.
'Howdy do here I am.'
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.
A portrait of a seated couple taken outdoor in Helvetia, 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 Howard Wells and Frank Reynolds from a photograph album of late nineteenth century images featuring residents of 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.
Swiger was a photographer and jeweler and is known for the several photographs he took of the Shinnston area.
Print number 1628.
Unidentified man wearing a large hat, vest, goatee and mustache. The tintype is encased in a small glass frame.
Print number 1635.
Print number 1636.
At one time likely cased.
A young New England widow who moved to French Creek, Upshur County, Va. (W.Va.) and married attorney Spencer Dayton of Philippi in 1849.
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."
Couple on the left identified as Caroline B. Goff and Percy Goff, couple on the right is unidentified.  All appear in swimwear.
A man puts his face through a cutout, giving the perception that his head is attached to the cartoon.
Mrs. Samuel F. Harsh (b. 1839-d. 1922) is pictured holding an unidentified child.
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).
Jacob Harsh (b.1801/01/02-d.1888) and Sarah Harsh (b.1799/12/23-d.1878) are pictured.
Harsh, left, and Hoffman, right, are relatives of Samuel F. Harsh.
Bearded man wearing a dress uniform with dark trim, of a Confederate officer, and holding a sword.
Daughter of West Virginia statehood adovcate, Spencer Dayton and his wife Sarah Bush Barrett Dayton.
Son of Spencer and Sarah Dayton.
Probably a tintype photograph of a unidentified girl wearing mid-19th style dress and hair, holding an object.
Adams (Washington, D. C.) and Christy (Charleston, W. Va.)
Students are identified: Edminston, Spates, Knox, Border, Woods, and Haymond.
Portrait of a male Lightner family member.