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Subjects identified: The Reverend Benjamin Holtkamp, far left; The Reverend Ernest Preuss, far right; Minnie Betler; Ida Marti; Della Vogel; William Daetwyler; Frank Huppertz; Hugo Schleuniger;.
Identified in the group:The Reverend Arthur Steinebrey;  Oscar Hamilton; Edward Metzener; Bertha Bornhauser; Frieda Lehmann; Martha Haldemann; Bertha Engler (standing left)
Two views of Beverly in Randolph County, West Virginia.
Men standing in front of the train wreck 'between Evenwood and Gladyn, W. Va. One is my brother Albert Hertry.
Photo of a train wreck in Randolph County.
Entrance Gate to the Monongahela National Forest in winter, located 5 miles east of Elkins, W. Va. on U. S. No. 33.  (The gateway was constructed of stone taken from the chimneys of the Ezekial Harper Homestead on Clover Run in Tucker County.) O. Homer Floyd Fansler, Hendricks, W. Va.
Man seated on a horse looking towards the Burke and Summers building in Montrose, W. Va.  Williah H. Burke standing in door.  Boy standing on sidewalk in front of building.
'Lumbering and logging town in early 1900s.'
Please credit F.S.A. Farm Security Administration.  Photo by Post.