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By BJ. Gudmundsson On Wednesday, September 24th, 2014
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The Chancel Choir at the Marlinton Methodist Church is pictured here during what may be an Easter pageant. The date is unknown and the members of the choir are not identified. I hope to get some phone calls about More...

By BJ. Gudmundsson On Wednesday, September 24th, 2014
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I was up in Bartow this week to walk around the late Jessie Powell’s property at Travellers’ Repose. As most of you know, the place is going up for auction this weekend and the future of yet another county historic More...

Pres. Poca 9-18 web
By BJ. Gudmundsson On Thursday, September 18th, 2014
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  A hunting party poses with family, friends and three white-tailed deer at an unknown location in Pocahontas County. If you can identify any of the people in this photo, please contact B. J. Gudmundson at More...

Pres. Poca. 9-11 web
By BJ. Gudmundsson On Wednesday, September 10th, 2014
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Cattle are grazing on Crooked Fork (of Old Field Fork) of Elk River near Slaty Fork. The stereogram was created around 1915 by local photographer Harvey Bright. A stereogram is a pair of two-dimensional panels More...

Pres. Poca. 9-4 web
By BJ. Gudmundsson On Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014
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  Pocahontas County men called into service during World War II are photographed by Cal Gay on their reporting day at the Pocahontas County Courthouse on December 29, 1942. This photo belonged to Elton Wade, More...

Pres. Poca. web 8-21
By BJ. Gudmundsson On Wednesday, August 20th, 2014
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  Travellers’ Repose in Bartow, pictured on this postcard from the early 1900s, is located on the old stage turnpike midway between Staunton, Virginia, and Parkersburg, West Virginia. The “famous old hostelry” More...

Pres. Poca. 8-14.web
By BJ. Gudmundsson On Wednesday, August 13th, 2014
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  A group of unidentified young women are seen standing on the front steps at the Huntersville School. The photograph was probably taken in the late 1920s. Please contact Preserving Pocahontas if you can identify More...