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Two men using lumber machinery next to a timbered hillside.  Pendleton Co.
A beautiful view of the layered mountain folds on the Allegheny Highlands.
'White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. Honorable H.G. Kump, Governor of  the State of West Virginia introduced by Dr. Francis Pendleton Gaines, President of Washington and Lee University, unveiled the bust of General Lee, which was modeled by Sculptor J.C. Motto of Cleveland, and Rome, at an impressive ceremony at the Greenbrier White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, on Monday evening the 27th. The unveiling climaxed the Annual Children's Fancy Dress Ball, which took place in the Grand Ballroom. Sculptor Motto is standing beside the Bust.'
'Jay Lambert on hay stack.  Ona and Otho Davis on load, Miles Thompson by the wagon, George Davis on the rake and Jim Skiles or Loyd Lambert pitching hay. George Davis farm is located on Rt. 220 north of Franklin, and later it became the Foster Dyer Farm.'
'This is Seneca Rocks in the background with Middle rock which fell some years back. Leonard and Phebe Hinkle Harper lived in this home for 4 years.  They were married in 1816.'
'James Dyer Ruddle home in Buffalo Hills near Ruddle, West Virginia.  Built in 1870.'
Men work with horses to harvest a field.
Small buildings sit next to a stream.
Taken on James Ruddle Farm on the Buffalo Hills. In the foreground, from left to right: James Dyer Ruddle, Charley Ruddle, Maggy 'Ruddle' Hartman, Hannah ' Ruddle' Simmons, Jane Ruddle, Cora Ruddle, Clay Ruddle.
From left to right: 'Will Wimer, Martin Vandevander, Roy Lambert and John Lambert.'