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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.

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Students in front of the Beaverdam School located on Beaverdam Run at the head of.

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Two Pocahontas County School buses parked on the football field behind Marlinton High School in.

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Workers are erecting the Historical Marker “Birthplace of Pearl S. Buck” on US Rt 219.

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Dr. Norman R. Price captured this beautiful picture of swimmers in the Greenbrier River at.

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Home of Dr. H.W. McNeel and Elizabeth Edgar McNeel in Academy, now Hillsboro, W.Va. (Courtesy.

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Cash R. Miller with his wife, Louise, and their two small children at their home.

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Titled “One of the pupils in the Caesar Mountain School,” this picture was taken by.