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The old Post Printing House, at the corner of Walnut and Chestnut Streets in Morgantown, West Virginia. Max Mathers at the second story window.
'Sesqui-centennial parade, Morgantown, Oct. 22, 1926.  Historical float depicting life and dress of early settlers.  Man, Max Mathers, great grandson of Col. Zaquill Morgan, Woman, Margaret V. Reay, great great great grandaughter of Col. John Evans.'
'Dedication and Unveiling of Monument at Pricketts Cemetery in Marion County, in memory of Colonel Zackquill Morgan and wife Drusilla. Boy standing with hand on monument and other hand to his nose is George M. Barrick, Jr., a direct descendant of Colonel Morgan, also took part in the unveiling. Date, Sunday, September 11, 1927. In the foreground pack of children on the right: Mr M. W. Harris, chairman of Monument Committee, Mrs. E. A Grose (Morgan), Max Mathers, Chairman of Program Committee. Roy Jake, speaker for the occasion of Dedication, Mr. Kerr. On the left, Dr. M. C. Kelley, representing Monongalia Historical Society. Back of Dr. Kelley, Earl Morgan (dedicatory address). Above in the names of the children who participated in unveiling of monument this data written by: Max Mathers, February 26, 1957.'
Jesse Jaco is receiving a pin from Max Mathers.
Anna Mathers, wife of Max Mathers, their daughter, Margaret and Stella C. DeGant, Anna's sister enjoying a boat ride on the Cheat River.
Anna and Max Mathers, parents of Margaret Mathers are from Morgantown, West Virginia.
Standing in front of shop, left to right: John Hoffman, Max Mathers, William Hoffman, Cal Young, and Gilbert Miller. Standing outside a second story door is Mr. Helmick. The little girls are not identified.
Max Mathers was a prominent businessman in the Morgantown community in the early 20th century.
Left to right: Margaret Mathers, Morton Gregg, Lucile Gregg, Max Mathers and Anna Mathers
This is a photograph of Max Mathers and his great-grandson George M. Barrick III in Morgantown, West Virginia.