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Group portrait of United Mine Workers leaders and lawyers at Jefferson County Courthouse, W. Va. Front Row, Left to Right; James M. Mason, C. J. Van Fleet, Samuel B. Montgomery, Harold Wilkins Houston, William Blizzard, John L. Lewis, Charles Franklin Keeney.
Drawing of the hanging of John Brown at Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia, approximately 12 miles from the site of his raid at Harpers Ferry.
'The handsome porphyry mantel was a present sent to General George Washington by General Lafayette from France.  The portrait over the mantelpiece is that of Colonel Samuel Washington.  In this drawing room in 1794 Dolly Payne Todd became the wife of James Madison, later President of the United States.'
'The home of Colonel Samuel Washington, brother of General George Washington.  Built by George Washington for his brother Samuel about the year 1765.  Here Samuel Washington entertained Louis Phillippe, later King of France, and General Lafayette.'
Fort building stands in a field where two children are playing in the foreground. Inscription with the image, 'The present site of John Brown's Fort as it now stands in a field overlooking the Shenandoah River, in [West] Virginia, a few miles from where it originally stood at Harper's Ferry.  It was placed here at the request of Kate Field, of Washington after it was exhibited at the World's Fair in Chicago.'
View of a church and graveyard at Middleway. It was formerly Smithfield, West Virginia.
Modern new grandstand and lighted track are features at Shenandoah Downs track in Jefferson County, a mecca for followers of horse racing.
View of the Lee House in Leetown, Jefferson County. 'Now the house of A. B. Hirst.'