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Elevated view of the lumber company town of Jenningston.
A view of Donohoe's Saloon in Tucker County. A residence is seen to the left of the saloon and people are standing outside on both porches.
View of the Hotel W. H. Shobe in Laneville, West Virginia. Two women stand outside and a man stands in the entrance way.
Blackwater River Canyon near Davis in Tucker County. The canyon is over 1,000 feet deep.
Men, women, and children hike below Douglas Falls in Tucker County, W. Va.
A view looking down on Douglas Falls.  A railroad bridge is visible to the left of the falls.
The picture was taken from Pittsburgh and West Virginia Central Station.
Headframe mine number 37 in Pierce, West Virginia. 'S.B.J.' 'The Thomas Studio, Thomas, W. Va.'
St. George Academy stands far out on the right of Main Street, in front of which are two large trees.
Laneville in Tucker County. 'Mabel B. Stealey, Laneville, Tucker County, W. Va. was the wife of Joseph E. Stealey, book keeper for Parsons Pulp and Paper Company.'
Blackwater Falls 65 feet high in Davis, W. Va.
Mountain City Band, Davis, Tucker County, W. Va.  Organized under the laws of W. Va. April 20th, 1906.  Director: Herbert L. Blaker.  In photograph: Clarence Q. Arbogast, Adam Stein, J. W. Kogleshatz, R. C. Weidmire, F. N. Morin, L. H. Mott, John Johnson, Ray Dawson, Frank E. Heishell, John Rausehenberger, Sherman Iden, Harry Weaver, Dr. N. McK Wislon, Theo Stumphf, Charles G. Stater, Illario Lacconno, Harry Buckley, Robert C. McKelvey, Neil C. Heiskell, Charles Amlaw, Benson Unger and Edwin Morin.
A group of people have congregated on the bridge over the frozen river.
Horse Drawn Hearse in front of Mott Business.
'O. Homer Floyd Fansler, Hendricks, W. Va.'
'A view of Blackwater Falls in Tucker County, West Virginia, before the Virgin Timber was removed. O. Homer Floyd Fansler, Hendricks, W. Va.'
'Near Davis, highest incorporated town in the East, is beautiful Blackwater Falls.'
Caption on back of postcard reads: "Hub of year-round activities in this mountain wonderland. Its unsurpassed scenic beauty, plus fishing, hunting, skiing, etc., make this area a mecca for thousands of visitors annually." Published by Neale's Drug Store Incorporated. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
'55-room Blackwater Lodge offers luxurious year-round accommodations, located in the mountain section of Tucker County.'
'Near Davis, highest incorporated town in the East, is the beautiful Blackwater Canyon, one of the State's most thrilling sights.'
Courtesy of West Virginia Geological Survey.
The Knights are in full dress uniform.
The barber shop became Meyer Motor Sales & Gas Pumps in 1960.
Men are cleaning up the wreckage of the train.
'Photographed by Gerald S. Ratliff, West Virginia Department of Commerce, Charleston, W. Va.'
Men stand beside the Shay engine. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
'From left to right: G. Bowman, J. Phelps, G. Phelps, C. Slider, K. Deahl, M. Deahl, and L. Noland.'
Blackwater Hotel visible.
View of Thomas, W. Va. from across the north fork of the Blackwater River.
There is a group of men in suits standing on a rock beside the falls.
View of the construction of a new road in Tucker County, West Virginia. '29 Tramroad.'
'One of the first lawyers in Tucker County, W. Va.  Lloyd Hansford secured a good common school education and in 1879 graduated from the State Normal School at Fairmont with a degree in Law, being the first graduate from Tucker County from any State institution.  His first office was in St. George, W. Va., then moved to Parsons when it became the county seat.  His office was on Main Street called the Hansford Building, and the Opera House of Parsons.  He was born in 1857 and died in 1916.  Biographical information from the Book "Men of West Virginia, Biographical Publishing Co., 1903.'
'Daughter of Lloyd and Mary Hansford of Parsons, W. Va.  She ran a Swedish Massage, a kind of Chiropractor type work, in her home.'
She ran a Swedish Massage, a kind of Chiropractor type work, in her home.
A man and a woman with two children.
Baby's name is possibly Leotta.
'The Dorman Woolen Mill in Parsons, Tucker County, W. Va., built in 1922, is one of only two industries left in Tucker Co., the other is a tannery at Parsons.   O. Homer Floyd Fansler, Hendricks, W. Va. is written on the back of the photo.'
Winter scene at the Blackwater Lodge.
There is a woman on a diving board beside the falls.  'Photograph by courtesy of United States Forest Service.'
'Hough Strip, Norton, W. Va. Corley Tract.'
'Picture was taken from the grade school hill. K of P Building No. 1.  Advocate Building No. 2.  O. Homer Floyd Fansler, Hendricks, W. Va.' is written on the back of the photo.
The Canyon is over 1,000 feet deep.  'Emmett Carmichael, Agent, Wellsburg, W.Va.'
Street scene after the flood on Shaver's Fork River. 'O. Homer Floyd Fansler, Hendricks, W. Va. is written on the back of the photo.'
'An example of soil erosion in Tucker County, W. Va. caused by the depletion of the virgin forests by the early lumbering industries in the county. O. Homer Floyd Fansler, Hendricks, W. Va. is written on the back of the photo.'
'O. Homer Floyd Fansler, Hendricks, W. Va.' is written on the back of the photo.
'O. Homer Floyd Fansler, Hendricks, W. Va.' is written on the back of the photo.
Near Davis, W. Va.
'This print may be reproduced only with the credit line: U. S. Forest Service.'
'Painting by E. A. Hertig, The Blackwater Falls Artist.'
The arrow in the picture points to John Swisher.
Supplying water to the city of Parsons, W. Va.  Built in 1937. 'O. Homer Floyd Fansler, Hendricks, W. Va.' is written on the back of the photo.
Court records and other valuables were forcibly removed from the courthouse at St. George on the night of August 1, 1893.  They were taken to Parsons and placed in a temporary courthouse the morning of August 2, 1893.  This photo, taken in Parsons, is looking northeast on Second Street.  It is accompanied by photo ID #015135.
Court records and other valuables were forcibly removed from the courthouse at St. George on the night of August 1, 1893.  They were taken to Parsons and placed in a temporary courthouse.  This photo, taken in Parsons, is looking down Main Street. It is accompanied by ID #015134.
'O. Homer Floyd Fansler, Hendricks, W. Va.' is written on the back of the photo.
'West Virginia is often called the mother of rivers.  Here, through the green forests of the Blackwater Canyon, near Davis, runs the clear waters of the upper Monongahela River on its downstream course.'  This print may be reproduced only with the credit line: U. S. Forest Service.
View of Black Fork River showing the ruin of the Hambleton Leather Company's tannery.
Horse and driver hauling stacks of cut lumber.
Aerial view of Hambleton in Tucker County.
View of Keystone Company's Kindling-Wood Factory in Hambleton.
View of Dickson's Camp on Green Mountain.