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Beech Run Church congregation gathered outside of church building on children's day.
Class teacher is R.R. Kelly.
Man on right in clown costume runs towards the action.
Taken December 25, 1922 at Morgantown, W. Va.
Preparing ground for excavation of Mountaineer Field, West Virginia University, looking northeast up Falling Run Hollow.
Miners' families with belongings in front of their former houses.
The West Virginia University Stadium under construction looking up Falling Run Road.
View of miners homes along a hillside at Scott's Run.
Men sitting on logs during the 1931 coal strike at Scott's Run, W. Va.
The picture presents a group of children in the first Nutrition Nursery School in Monongalia County, W. Va. directed by Dr. Stalnaker's class in Child Psychology.
West Virginia University vs. University of Pittsburgh football game. Print number 201.
Car trapped in flood waters.
View of camp facilities and cars parked nearby.
Two friends are working in a garden.
Woman smiling for picture. There is a house in the background.
Man leaning against a porch railing holding a broom.
Two men stand in a open field.
Two boys, possibly American Friends Service Committee Workers at Work Camp.
Possibly American Friends Service Committee member.
'J.T. and F.S.' Possibly American Friends Service Committee Workers.
Group portrait of the Mary Behner Christopher family in front of a painting of the Shack.
Children seated in a circle in the gym at the Shack.
People seated around tables in the gym.
African American man singing at the head of the table.
Woman facing camera is the oldest person at the dinner.
Taken December 25, 1922 in Morgantown, W.  Va.
Train tracks built close to several buildings including a restaurant.
Stumptown is located at the junction of Scott's Run and Wade's Run.
Members of the church and clergy pose outside of the church building which is located in Preston County, W. Va.
Beverly Avenue, which is now University Avenue, taken on the Falling Run Bridge.
Monongahela River runs through the middle of the two sides. See original for correspondence. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Julia A. Lakey, Director of Scott's Run 1924-1925 standing in front of hedges and wooden fence.
A portrait of Arabelle G. Crothers, Director of Scott's Run Settlement, 1926-1931.
Portrait of Arabelle G. Crothers, Director of Scott's Run Settlement, 1926-1931. 'I went to Scott's Run, W. Va., Sept. 1, 1926.'
Grace E. Yoakem, director at Scott's Run 1925-1928.
Grace E. Yoakem, Director of Scott's Run Settlement House 1925-1928.
Group portrait of children outside of schoolhouse. 'For information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission See A&M 2491 (S.C.).'
Portrait of Frances Kruger, Director of Scott's Run Settlement House 1929-1933 standing beside tree and in front of large brick building.
Portrait of Frances Krurger, Director of Scott's Run Settlement House 1929-1933 standing beside tree in front of large brick building.
A group of children sitting on railroad tracks, with homes in the background.  'For more information on Mountaineer Mining Mission, see A&M 2491 (S.C.)'
'Looks like Osage school children or School Community Library.'Picture includes: Dolores Stovall, Shirley Robinson's aunt.
Group portrait of children near the shack. 'For information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission See A&M 2491 (S.C.).'
'Dr. and Mrs. French, Presbyterian Minister to the students of WVU and the Mountaineer Mining Mission. He was the first minister at 'The Shack.' For information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission See A&M 2491 (S.C.).'
Group portait of boys at Pursglove. 'For information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission See A and M 2491 (S.C.).'
Group of boys probably near the Shack, Pursglove, W. Va., Monongalia County. 'For information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission See A&M 2491 (S.C.).'
'These homes are gone on both sides of the hills. For more information on Mountaineer Mining Mission, see A&M 2491 (S.C.)'
African-American family stand beside a car holding clothing. 'For more information on Mountaineer Mining Mission, see A&M 2491 (S.C.)'
Two men move sacks of flour from the bed of a truck. 'For more information on Mountaineer Mining Mission, see A&M 2491 (S.C.)'
Portrait of Marie Button, Director of Scott's Run Methodist Settlement House 1930-1933.
Portrait of Marie Button, Director of Scott's Run Methodist Settlement House 1930-1933.
Group portrait of boys in front of 'The Shack'. 'For information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission See A&M 2491 (S.C.).'
'For more information on Mountaineer Mining Mission, see A&M 2491 (S.C.)'
Children standing in front of the Shack at Pursglove, W. Va.; 'For more information on Mountaineer Mining Mission see A&M 2491 (S.C.)'
Miner's homes on a hillside above train cars. 'For more information on Mountaineer Mining Mission see A&M 2491 (S.C.)'
Poeple stand on the stoop of a church building. 'For more information on Mountaineer Mining Mission see A&M 2491 (S.C.)'
Works Progress Administration workers stand near the tipple and railroad tracks at Pursglove, W. Va. 'For more information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission see A&M 2491 S.C.'
'For more information on Mountaineer Mining Mission, later called Presbyterian Neighborhood Services, see A&M 2491 (S.C.)'
Painting the Shacks name on the building are Miss Behner and George Lay. She was an early director of the Presbyterian 'Shack'. Later on she became director of the Scotts Run Settlement House near Osage, W. Va., which was a Methodist Settlement house. 'For information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission, See A&M 2491 (S.C.).'
Miners eviction at Osage or Pursglove, Monongalia  County, W. Va. Miners things are just sitting in a pile in the road.  Mountaineer Mining Mission later became  Presbyterian Neighborhood Service (PNS0 'For information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission See A&M 2491 (SC).'
A group of men sitting on a wooden post. 'For more information on Mountaineer Mining Mission, see A&M 2491 (S.C.)'
Helen Digit (standing) and John Digit III at 2 years old(sitting on a riding toy), Children of Luella Digit, Director of the Settlement House, 1936-1938.
Luella Digit (worker at Scott's Run) and husband standing in yard of house 1936-1938.
Luella Digit (worker at Scott's Run) and husband 1936-1938.
Portrait of Katherine Estenline, Director of Scott's Run Methodist Settlement House 1939-1941.
Portrait of Katherine Estenline, Director of Scott's Run Methodist Settlement House 1939-1941 standing outside a building near a flower garden.
Mine car traveling up hill to waste dump. 'For information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission See A&M 2491 (S.C.).'
'Rev. Lee Klaer, Presbyterian Student Minister and the Mountaineer Mining Mission Minister. He came after Rev. French retired. Westminister Fund Poster.  Founder of Chestnut Ridge Camp. First named Mountaineer Mining Mission or later the Presbyterian Neighborhood Services, P.N.S. For History See A&M 2491 (S.C.).'
'For more information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission see A&M 2491 (S.C.).'
Group of children in front of the Shack for Christmas Party, Pursglove, W. Va., Monongalia County. 'For information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission, later the Presbyterian Neighborhood Services, See A&M 2491 (S.C.).'
'Rev. Del. Swartz. To his left Glenna Williams. WVU students pastor and Mountaineer Mining Mission Pastor. The WVU Presbyterian Fellowhip students were also helpers at the Shack. For information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission See A&M 2491 (S.C.).'
'Mrs. Richard Smith is playing the piano for her students. She is the wife of Reverend Richard C. Smith, the Director of the Shack. For information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission, see A&M 2491 (SC).'
School children of the Osage School in the 1940s and their teacher. For information of the Mountaineer Mining Mission, see A&M 2491 (SC).L to R: Tommy Wells (deceased), Sammy Dobbs (lived in Jerome Park for ling time, shot to death), Wesley Morton, Jimmy Summervile, unidentified, "Snookie" Williams.Teacher most likely someone who came for a special mission, possibly Mountaineer Mining Mission.
Four African-American students singing at Osage School. 'For more information on Mountaineer Mining Mission see A&M 2491 (S.C.)'L to R: John Boyd, unidentified, likely Tim Johnson's brother, and Tim Johnson
A group of Osage School children in the 1940s and teacher, Mrs. Richard Smith (left hand corner.) Osage School was located in Osage, West Virginia, Monongalia County. For information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission see A&M 2491 (SC).
Jenny Yoder, Director of Scott's Run 1941-1942.
Portrait of Jenny Yoder, Director of Scott's Run 1941-1942.
Goldie Zane Brooks standing on steps of barracks in Ft. Oglethorpe.  Director of Settlement House, 1942-1943.