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Myrtle Grace Rider Rogers, wife of Hugh Rogers, with her baby son, Louis. The photo was taken around 1919 at Rimel. Courtesy of Thomas E. Rider ID: PHP002985 Access the “Preserving Pocahontas” Digital Library...

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Orville McMillion (born Sept 9, 1919) at left and Lola Gray McMillion (born Oct 19, 1917) at right, in front of C.J. Richardson Hardware in Marlinton, W.Va. They were the children of Walter and...

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“School in Session” is the title of this photograph taken by Lewis Wickes Hine on October 6, 1921. The classroom is in the Sunset School located on Rt. 92, three miles north of Minnehaha...

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                      The Marlinton High School Band marches up Court Street for the send off of World War II Inductees. The Band Director, Miss Edith May, can be seen at right. Ramona Sharp, of Slatyfork, is...

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The swimming pool with bathhouse was the last major project completed by the Civilian Conservation Corps at Watoga State Park. This photo was taken in 1948. Photo Courtesy of Mark Mengele, ID:PHP000371 Access the “Preserving...

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Local photographer J. A. Arbogast took this picture of the James Elliott Family at Buffalo Mountain on November 26, 1903. Standing are Elizabeth Probst and James Elliott. Their sons are seated on the large...

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Three unidentified children are standing beside the Huntersville School in this photo taken in the early 1920s. This building, with grades one through three on the first floor and grades four through six on...

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Bank of Marlinton warranty certificate for the purchase of a #3 Yale Time Lock for the vault in the new bank building. Certificate was signed on May 24, 1899 by Henry C. Taylor for...

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