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Preserving Pocahontas

A Merry Christmas Postcard from Marlinton businessman and storeowner Paul Golden in 1907. The printed message to customers on the back reads: “Dear Friends: You are cordially invited to inspect our Full and Extensive...

Preserving Pocahontas

Coach P. C. Brummage’s Marlinton High School Basketball Team 1956-1957. First row, l-r: Larry Burns, Eugene Hannah, Tom Burns, Norval Waugh, Letcher Simmons, Eugene Stuart. Second row, l-r: Bill Hockenberry, Joy Underwood, Don Hill,...

Preserving Pocahontas

A large crowd of parishioners gathered at the newly constructed Oak Grove Presbyterian Church in Hillsboro. Still in use today, the church was dedicated in 1911. Courtesy of Sherman Beard, ID: PHP001437 Access the “Preserving...

Preserving Pocahontas

The Sutton Funeral Home and Embalming Parlor located along Green Bank Road in Cass. The funeral director was Squire J. B. (James Byron) Sutton. This photo was probably taken around 1910. The funeral...

Preserving Pocahontas

The Happy New Year card comes from the G. Merl Faulknier Family, of Marlinton. The little gal in the picture is their daughter, Cindy. The year is probably 1953. Sharp Pierson Collection, ID: PHP002576 Access...

Preserving Pocahontas

Members of the Greenbrier Valley Press Association photographed during their meeting in Alderson, W.Va. in 1907 or 1908. Seated front, left to right: Calvin W. Price, The Pocahontas Times; William B. Blake, Sr., The...

Preserving Pocahontas

This photo of the ice on Knapps Creek was taken in 1896. We see two wagons with drivers, three young boys sitting on a snow pile and a man on the far side of...

Preserving Pocahontas

A color slide shows us the steady progress of replacing the roadway through Main Street Marlinton in 1960. Articles in The Pocahontas Times helped to piece together this massive improvement project in the town. In...

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