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Preserving Pocahontas

Students at the West Droop School with their teacher, Lela Hollandsworth, standing on the far.

Preserving Pocahontas

World War II portrait of Norma Mae Kellison, of Huntersville, and her husband, Robert (Mike).

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Fire in the Hole! Dynamite shatters the base of the 150-foot International Shoe Co. smokestack.

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Civilian Conservation Corps workers, Noble Shaffer on banjo and Argil Rexroad on guitar, playing music.

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This year’s Christmas card comes from The Tom Edgar Family of Hillsboro in 1952. It.

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Wedding portrait of Beatrice Bessie Blackhurst and Jamie Asbury Sheets taken December 25, 1944 at.

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Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Lockridge – 1886 This tribute to Dr. J. B. Lockridge.

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A group of loggers are resting at a logging camp on Cheat Mountain. The are.

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These local sportsmen pose for a photograph near Marlinton in 1944 with their friend, Clarence.

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John Ray “Chipper” Williams was born January 27, 1947 in Marlinton, W.Va. He was the.

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These Pocahontas County men were called into service during World War II. This photograph was.

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The water tank, covered in ice, sits by the train track near the lumber town.

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Composite of the Marlinton Junior High School 8th Grade Class of 1946-47. Pictured left to.

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Baby portrait of Edith Kelmenson, born in Marlinton, W. Va. on January 19, 1910, to.

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A beautiful night photo of Shay No. 1 resting in front of the Cass Depot..

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A small unidentified sawmill operation in Pocahontas County. (Photo Courtesy of Ellen Doyle, ID: PHP002306).

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Rivers Arks accompanying a log drive on the Greenbrier River from Cass to Ronceverte, W.Va..

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The photograph of 12-year old Guy McElwee was taken at the Minnehaha Springs School by.

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The students at Wesley Chapel School near Dunmore, 1939-40. Front row, l to r: Tom.

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Ruth Blackhurst, the teacher at Spruce School, is seated on the Western Maryland Railroad Bridge.