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"American Coal Company. The first commercial coal mine west of the Allegheny Mountains. The mine was opened in 1852. It was located in Fairmont, one block below the Watson Hotel on the Monongahela River and at the Baltimore [and] Ohio Railroad passanger station. The mine was opened in 1852 by James Otis Watson Of Fairmont. Scene shows 'Fairmont from the east side showing newspaper Building, 'Church on the Hill', and the hotel which later became the Hough House and the Skinner's Tavern."
Marion Machine Works, Helmicks Foundry on Water Street, Fairmont, W. Va.
People on sidewalks next to trolley cars traveling in downtown Fairmont.
The Florence Belle pulling up to the edge of the river next to a train. 'At foot of Quincy St., showing Capt. Walker's House and Cal Arnett's home, one of the first modern homes in the city.'
A drugstore lines the street with people standing out front.
'22 Buildings Destroyed, Damage $125,000. Destroyed entire business block from Bridge (Madison) St. to Jefferson St. Every Building on East Side, all but 2 on West. Arson suspected.'
"1. M. P. Church, 2. Public School, 3. Burns Home, 4. Chisler Store, 5. Eyester Home, 6. Edd McCray Store [and] Home, 7. Larney Carr Home."
'Looking up Madison toward Quincy, on Adams street, showing C. E. McCray's saddlery and harness shop on the corner; home of the Misses Eyster, the Chisler Hardware Store, old M. P. Church, opposite Dr. Lazell's residence.'
Road in Fairmont with a few houses on the side.
View of Fairmont next to the river. 'Before Watson Hotel was torn down on the corner of Main and Madison St.'
A trolley car can be seen in the distance.