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Portrait of Pom Heekman/Heckman in the snow.
Portrait of Loretta Daniels Harper.
Portrait of the Harper family.
Portrait of Charles Head, likely a resident of Keyser, taken in Cumberland, Maryland from a photograph album of late nineteenth century images featuring residents from Keyser, W. Va.
Hinton wears what is the oldest wedding dress in Hinton, first worn on December 27, 1871 when Mary Jane Charlton married Galon Silas Hinton.
Honaker pictured in what appears to be a marching band uniform.
Hetchings pictured holdings wild berries near the town of True.
The former congressman pictured in front of a picturesque West Virginia scene. Representative Hechler was also West Virginia Secretary of State and an author.
Representative Hechler pictured holding a book and speaking to a subject outside of the frame.
Hartley, left, and Kiser, right, pose behind a cut-out that makes them appear as if they were in a hot air ballon. The banner on the poster reads, "Over Cincinnati". Hartley was a C & O Railroad train dispatcher and Kiser was a telegraph operator.
Hartford pictured playing his instrument at the 1717 Temple St. residence. Hartford made fiddles and clocks, and was known for his mastery in woodcraft.
Hellems pictured outside the bleachers in his Bobcat team uniform.
Hight pictured sitting on a log and holding a rifle.
Hoover looking out the window.
Helms pictured at 112 Greenbrier Drive in the Bellepoint section of town.
Honaker pictured in uniform.