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Daguerreotype portrait of Nathaniel Alcock Bailee [Baillie], married Mary Matilda Biglow in 1852. After the Civil War he was a chief civil engineer during the construction of the Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad through the Kanawha Valley.
Portrait of George R. Boush of  Old Point Comfort, Va., a member of the Restored Government of Virginia's State Constitutional Convention held in Alexandria in 1864.
Portrait of young boy, possible the son of Nathaniel and Matilda Bailee. The album holding this tintype has the name card of Charles R. Bailee attached on the inside cover.
'Major E. A. Bennett, Mayor 1885-1886, 6th Regiment W. Va. Inf. U.S. Vol.'
This portrait was taken before he came to West Virginia.
The inscription reads, 'To my Trusted G. D. Goff, Sincerely Yours.  A. C. Backus'
Information included with the photograph: "Taken after Billy Burn's funeral.[ The Rev. Burns, originally from Kentucky was reportedly involved in stopping the feud between the Hatfields and the McCoys.] Identified Front Row L to R: Aunt "Polly" Johnson, Florinda Stump Burns, a picture of Rev. Billy Burns, Glen Weaver; Back Row: Scott Burns, Della Burns, either a Johnson or Stewart girl, Stella Burns, Everett Burns, Harper Burns, Arlan Burns (in front of Harper), Minnie Burns, Jennie Burns, Charlie Burch, Claud Osborn, Dell Burns, Rose Burns Moore, Elma Burns (baby), Rachel Gherke Burns, Calvin Burns, John Burns, Emma Burns, Frank Weaver."
Postcard photograph of Cowboy toddler John Brando
A West Virginia University football player identified as "Brooks" is pictured in his practice gear.
A West Virginia University football player identified as "Brannon" is pictured in his practice gear.