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A winter view of the tannery operation of the Pocahontas Tanning Company on the Greenbrier.

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Members of the 1923 Hillsboro High School Orchestra pose with stringed instruments in front of.

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Lee Moore and his wife, Mary Elizabeth “Lizzie” Hicks Moore, built this house on a.

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Jerry Friel is holding the reins on a workhorse pulling a low sled at the.

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A small portrait of Mrs. Molly Kincaid, of Marlinton, W.Va. taken by the Peerless Art.

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These Pocahontas County men were called into service during the Second World War. This photograph.

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U. S. Navy Lt. Robert L. Greathouse, at right, shaking hands with his commander at.

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Pictured from left to right: Mabel Woods, Flossie Conode, Allan Blackhurst and Annie Conode picking.

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Layton Sharp, Technician with the U.S. Soil Conservation Service in Pocahontas County, inspecting growth of.

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Portrait of Alice Galford, wife of Allen Galford and sister of J. B. Sutton, Green.

Jennings Randolph at PSBB Opening – 1974

U. S. Senator Jennings Randolph speaking at the Grand Opening of the Pearl S. Buck.

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Julia Louise Price, Registered Nurse, in uniform at an unknown hospital. She was the daughter.

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The Roberts Family with teams of horses logging at Big Elbow on Williams River. The.

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Loggers, teamster and horse team skidding large logs at Camp 42 on Cheat Mountain in.

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Esso Gas Station in Durbin, W.Va. run by Otis Lambert. Located across from the present.

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This building, known as the McElwee Store Building, was located at 208 Eighth Street in.

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This drawing shows the Town of Spruce in 1922 at the height of development of.

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Portrait of Henry Pearley Sheets and Annette Rachel Sutton on their wedding day, October 20,.

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This roadside water fountain was built on Rt. 84 near Frost by the Civilian Conservation.

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John W. Rider is being baptized in Holy Hole on Cochran Creek at Rimel, W..