Washington Elm, Band Stand, and Swimming Pool in the State Park at Berkeley Springs, W. Va.
Postcard sketch of Washington Elm, Band Stand, and Swimming Pool in the State Park at Berkeley Springs, W.Va. 'Washington Elm, planted by Geo. Washington when laying out the town of Bath (Berkeley Springs) Girth at base 20 ft., of the American White Elm Family. The Elm was cut down in 1945 from age, the 20 ft. base remains as a memorial.'
"George Proclaims his day-- George Washington's birthday sale sponsored in Morgantown by the Down Action Council. Russell L. Long, well [known] local impersonator and entertainer, donned the garb of the Revolutionary period and paraded city streets telling everyone about the event."
Charles Friend's Home Historic Marker between Terra Alta, W. Va. and Oakland, Md.
"Charles Friend's Home--George Washington Stopped here Sept. 26, 1784 on his trip to determine a feasible passage between the Potomac and the Ohio for a canal or east portage between these rivers as a passage to the Western Territory."