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All of the persons in the photograph are unidentified, including the hotel. Possibly a Chesapeake & Ohio  (C & O) industrial style architecture in the background in Hinton. Inscribed on the back is "Purchased by Stephen Trail in Hinton West Virginia."
All persons in the picture are unidentified and believed to be the staff of a hotel dining room. The woman in the bow-tie and the man in the lapel jacket are also pictured another portrait of the staff (id # 039226). Inscribed on the back "Possibly C & O architecture in background; Purchased by Stephen Trail in Hinton, West Virginia."
Looking at the old inn from across the hill.
Drawing depicts a group riding past the hotel building in an old-fashioned automobile.
Street view of the building. A clothing shop is housed at the ground floor.
Photo lifted from the "Official C&O Industy Guide & Shipper's Directory, 1906".
Interior of the hotel. An unidentified employee stands behind the counter next to a schedule of trains.
Female employees pose by the set tables around the room. Subjects unidentified.
Two undientified employees sit behind a desk in the lobby of the hotel.
Street view of the building located on 2nd Avenue.
Female employees pose by the set tables.Subjects unidentified.
View of the building from down the street. A horse drawn carriage are pictured outside.
Mr. Welfrey, left, and Leo Poteet, right, stand behind the counter of the store located inside the McCreery Hotel.
The square, to the left, is comprised of scattered trees and park benches. In the background is McCreery Hotel.
Family members of Bessie Pack pictured in front of the hotel building.
Looking at the hotel from across the river. The hotel consists of 22 rooms.
The hotel, pictured on the right, was built in 1907 and burned shortly after on November 8, 1908 at approximately 1:45 a.m. The loss was estimated at $7,000 at the time. The fire was so intense that it "lit up the streets like day".
Female students and their teachers are pictured in front of the building. Subjects unidentified.
A group of unidentified school teachers and nurse stand in front of the building holding signs that read a variety of school subjects.
View of the hotel building from across the lawn.
Five men and a woman stand on the porch of the inn.