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Wagon and salesman are likely standing in front of 253 Park Street in Morgantown, W. Va.
Horses, wagons, and pedestrians on High Streeet.<br />
Chadwick's laundry wagon on Chestnut Street, Morgantown; the wagon is parked in front of the building for Chadwick's Laundry.
Exterior of Victor Elevator and Mills Company, Morgantown.
Picture of Cut No. 18 road in Morgantown, Monongalia County, W. Va. before the organization of W. Va. Good Roads Association. Picture has one man standing on the side walk and another man driving a horse drawn wagon in the street. From the Report of the W. Va. State Board of Agriculture for the Quarter Ending Sept. 30, 1908
'Around 1910, High Street is brick-paved, trolleys are in evidence, and Bell Telephone is advertising a public phone at the Odd Fellows building. Hirschman's Clothiers sports an elaborate cast-iron facade.'
Looking across the Old Supervision Bridge from Westover to Morgantown, West Virginia.
Costumed Vaudeville performers seated on the back of a horse drawn wagon with a sign advertising their performance.
A horse drawn carriage and people are walking across the South Park Bridge in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Construction workers are excavating the site for the Morgantown Post Office, at the corner of Kirk and High Streets in Morgantown, West Virginia; Mrs. George C. Sturgiss took this photo from her two-story residence.
'The Water Works - hauling water supply to High Street on Walnut Street.  Left is James Arthur Garfield Edwards. Right is Charles Daniel Edwards,[sons of John Edwards, owner the water supply business], identified by Grace Edwards Waters.'
Workers are loading and unloading ice from a horse-drawn wagon at the Morgantown Ice House in Morgantown, West Virginia.