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'C and P telephone office now on this site.'
On S. E. Corner of Spruce and Pleasant Street.
'I. C. White grounds and family. Present library building stands here.  From Mrs. J. Lewis Williams. Mechanical Hall II building in the background.  Later burned on June 13, 1956.'
Possibly a photograph of the back of the Loughead Residence in Morgantown, W. Va.
Home is located at 443 Park Street and was built in 1904.
Photo postcard of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity house on North High Street in Morgantown, W. Va.
The Old Stone House was built by Jacob Nuze and sold to tavern keeper Henry Dering in 1795. Potters John Thompson and Jacob Foulk owned the structure from 1800 until 1813 when it was brought by Joseph Shackleford who operated a tanyard on the property for 50 years. Shackleford was also a minister and led the first Methodist reform movement in the area.
Possibly the home of Eugene Mathers.
Unidentified woman stands in the doorway with two children sitting on the stoop. Note Beechurst Avenue was still unpaved.
Caption with photograph: "No one knows Of Bounaparte Allsupe. He appeared at Uffington near Morgantown, W. Va. years ago and got possession of the island just above Uffington which is still locally known as "Allsupe Island" . . . He got into a quarrel with a neighbor and shot him.  He served a only few years of a 12 year sentence. He gave his lawyer the island and when he was released he was a mental wreck. He built a "lean to" against a rock and has since lived there."
This house was torn down to make room for two parking lots. It was located on Spruce Street.
This house stands on the corner of High Street and Forest Avenue. The original owner was James Davis. It was built ca. 1850. Information found on page 38 in "The Influences of Nineteenth Century Architectural Styles on Morgantown Homes" by Clyda Paire Petitte. It is Figure 23.