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The students of all grades at Bruffeys Creek School near Lobelia in 1925. The teachers.

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Portrait of the Rosa Williams and Arthur Sutton wedding party on Rosin Run near Arbovale,.

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Group photo taken in 1923 of workers and owners of Warn Lumber Company in Raywood,.

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Students and teacher gather for the final Easter Egg Hunt at the Jacox School on.

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Steve and Harvey Bright are pictured standing at left in this photograph of a Church.

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Switchboard operators at the Telephone Utilities of West Virginia office in Marlinton, W.Va. prior to.

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Postcard of the bathhouse and cabins at Seneca State Forest near Dunmore, W.Va. Courtesy of.

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A group of loggers at a logging camp on Cheat Mountain near Cass. This camp.

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A large group gathers for a photograph in front of the Arbovale Methodist Church. The.

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Celebrating Black History Month. The photo is labeled “Cook & Cookee at Barlow Top.” It.

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Celebrating Black History Month. This is Joe Wilson in a photograph taken in Judge George.

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Celebrating Black History Month. This is the Wilson Chapel Methodist Church at Brownsburg, three miles.

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Celebrating Black History Month. Students and teacher in front of the Brownsburg School in the.

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Members of the Smith Family, of Edray, are pictured here playing music in 1897. Mr..

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Students at the Rimel School in the 1920s. Back row, left to right: Alanzo Dean,.

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An unknown group of men, women and children in front of an unidentified schoolhouse in.

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Betsy Jordan Edgar contributed this photograph in 2012 and wrote the following description: “Pictured here.

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Six men on the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Section Crew riding a handcar on the.

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Signed Chinese Christmas Card from Pearl and Lossing Buck. Written by Pearl on the back:.

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A Merry Christmas Postcard from Marlinton businessman and storeowner Paul Golden in 1907. The printed.