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Portrait of George R. Boush of  Old Point Comfort, Va., a member of the Restored Government of Virginia's State Constitutional Convention held in Alexandria in 1864.
Taken in St. Mary's, Pennsylvania.
A postcard with caption, 'John Brown, from a water color, as he looked at the time he was tried.' Grafton Souvenir, Grafton, W. Va.
Albumen print dates from 1870-1895.
A portrait of Byers family from Grafton, West Virginia.
Dr. Waitman Barbe stands in a garden.
'Enoch Barker, old line Democratic politician and worker.'
The inscription reads, 'To my Trusted G. D. Goff, Sincerely Yours.  A. C. Backus'
'Mr. Cooper P. Benedict, Oak Lea, Lewisburg.'
'Evander Dillon Ball, R-Wirt Co. State Legislature.'

19. John Bell

'To my good friend Dr. Roy Bird Cook with high esteem and admiration. 7/16/48'.
Portrait of Governor 'Wally' Barron.
Copied from : Rice, 'The Life of Jonathan M. Bennett' for Elston G. Bradfield (by permission of Rice)
Signed photograph 'To Phyllis Stealey from Congressman Bailey, Best Wishes. 6/15/ 1920.'
'Major Minter Bailey, surveyor of Lewis County, and owner of the Bailey House, (left) and Colonel John Stringer, (right).  Copy of a sketch from life by J. H. Diss Debar, 1847, made in "old" Bailey Hotel, Weston.  From original in Department Archives and History.'
'Major E. A. Bennett, Mayor 1885-1886, 6th Regiment W. Va. Inf. U.S. Vol.'
'Annie Bell, age 19 , weight, 507.'
A newspaper advertisement for candidate for governor, Judge W. G. Bennett.
Mary Brown Brooke is a wife of St. Geo. Tucker Broooke.
'Henry Brannon 1837-1914: for thirty-two years a judge of a West Virginia court of record Circuit bench: 1881-1888: Supreme Bench: 1889-1912'
'Roy Z. Burnside, ca. 1920, Private, Battery B, 45th Arty, C.A.C., W.W.I
'General James Boggs, b. April 18, 1796, d. Jan. 28, 1862.'
Son of Dr. Ashford Brown.
'Dr. Charley Brown's son, Byrne Brown went to Chicago and died young.'
'Mrs. Ashford Brown, wife of Dr. Ashford Brown of Swandale, West Virginia.'
Possibly a portrait of Arthur Buck.
Portrait of 'Fred O. Blue, Lawyer with Dayton.'
Sam G. Biggs at the age 18.
Seventy-first and seventy second congress, state legislature in 1923.
Democratic Nominee for Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit.
'W. G. Brown, of Kingwood.  Grand Vice Chancellor.  Member of Congress from the Second West Virginia District.'
'Thomas Buffington?'
Ira B. Bush: Candidate for State Superintendent of Free Schools.  A native of Gilmer County, W. Va. Attended country school.  Attended Glenville Normal.  Graduated from W. Va. University.  Did  post graduate at Vanderbilt University.  Taught fiver terms of country school.  Taught three years at Concord Normal.  Has been Superintendent of Hinton schools for four years.
Brigadier General Blake, the Adjutant General of West Virginia, Apr. 15, 1957 to Jan 15, 1961.
'William John Bland, Weston, Chief Surgeon 31st. Va. CSA.'
'Thomas J. Burke, Mayor of Huntington 1874-76, 1877-78, Captain Co. L. 5th Va. Inf. CSA.'
'Senators left the Teapot Dome discussions to wish Mrs. Izetta Jewell Brown, of West Virginia, candidate for Democratic nomination for the Senate, good luck in her campaign.  Left to right they are: Sen. Magnus Johnson, Minn., Sen. Andrieus Jones, New Mex., Mrs. Brown, Sen. Tom Heflin, Ala., and Sen. William King, Utah.'
The Baehr family with a bounty of fish.
Margaret Barrick stands beside a portrait of her ancestor, Zackquill Morgan and replica of the Patrick Henry statue that use to adorn the top of the Monongalia Court house.
Colonel J. W. Blizzard was aged 93 at the time of this photo; taken at Soldiers House, Richmond, Va.
J. F. Brown is a member of Charleston University Association.
Hugh Brock is a professor of WVU Mechanical School.
'Robert B. Buzzerd, stenographer and bookkeeper for M. M and D. D. Brown Elkins, W. Va., after he had been mustered into the First World War.'
This portrait was taken before he came to West Virginia.