Celebrating Black History Month. This is Joe Wilson in a photograph taken in Judge George.
Celebrating Black History Month. This is the Wilson Chapel Methodist Church at Brownsburg, three miles.
Celebrating Black History Month. Students and teacher in front of the Brownsburg School in the.
Members of the Smith Family, of Edray, are pictured here playing music in 1897. Mr..
Students at the Rimel School in the 1920s. Back row, left to right: Alanzo Dean,.
An unknown group of men, women and children in front of an unidentified schoolhouse in.
Betsy Jordan Edgar contributed this photograph in 2012 and wrote the following description: “Pictured here.
Six men on the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Section Crew riding a handcar on the.
Signed Chinese Christmas Card from Pearl and Lossing Buck. Written by Pearl on the back:.
A Merry Christmas Postcard from Marlinton businessman and storeowner Paul Golden in 1907. The printed.
A winter view of the tannery operation of the Pocahontas Tanning Company on the Greenbrier.
Members of the 1923 Hillsboro High School Orchestra pose with stringed instruments in front of.
Lee Moore and his wife, Mary Elizabeth “Lizzie” Hicks Moore, built this house on a.
Jerry Friel is holding the reins on a workhorse pulling a low sled at the.
A small portrait of Mrs. Molly Kincaid, of Marlinton, W.Va. taken by the Peerless Art.
These Pocahontas County men were called into service during the Second World War. This photograph.
U. S. Navy Lt. Robert L. Greathouse, at right, shaking hands with his commander at.
Pictured from left to right: Mabel Woods, Flossie Conode, Allan Blackhurst and Annie Conode picking.
Layton Sharp, Technician with the U.S. Soil Conservation Service in Pocahontas County, inspecting growth of.
Portrait of Alice Galford, wife of Allen Galford and sister of J. B. Sutton, Green.
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