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A look inside the presumed school house. A portrait of Abraham Lincoln hangs on the wall.
View of a old wooden courthouse in Wyoming County.
geological survey
Looking at the construction site of a bridge over the Guyandotte River.
Three unidentified people pictured next to a tree.
Published by Edgar Sparks. See original for correspondence. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
(From postcard collection legacy system--subject.)
'Not be be confused with Pinnacle Rock in Mercer County.'
View of the building from across the street. To the right is located a shaving parlor and cleaners.
View of the shop from across the street.
Pictured are the remains of the permanent home of John Cooke, Sr., at the mouth of Laurel (now Hatcher). This cabin was eventually torn down in 1912. Cooke was the first permanent settler in Wyoming County.