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Country home of E.G. Davisson near Crawford, W. Va.
'Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Surveying Party south of Weston, West Virginia, surveying for the Weston to Richwood railroad.'
'Home of Jesse Hughes. Located at the mouth of Jesse's Run, Lewis County, West Virginia. This edifice is no longer standing.'Built in the late eighteenth century, this building also served as the Mitchell family homestead during the 1800s.
A view of Little Kanawha River Falls in Bois, Lewis County, West Virginia. This photograph was part of the Geological Survey.
A group portrait in front of the James W. Moneypenny family home in Lewis County, West Virginia. From left to right: 'Levi Smith, husband of Bertie; Harvey C., a son; George, a son; Allen Markley, husband of Mary Luverna; Bertie, daughter; James F., a son; Jacob, a son; Eliza A., daughter; Sherman, son sitting, holding his son William; Luella, wife of Sherman, holding their daughter Anna. Front Row: left to right: sitting Ella May, wife of Harvery Columbus, holding their daughter Rosa; sitting Luverna, daughter, wife of Allen, holding their daughter Sallie; Bessie, daughter; Albert, son; James William Moneypenny, the father and grandfather; Sarah Ann Conley Moneypenny, wife of James W.,; Flora, daughter.'
Four farmers and two horses are raking hay in a field in Lewis County, West Virginia.