A beautiful night photo of Shay No. 1 resting in front of the Cass Depot..
A small unidentified sawmill operation in Pocahontas County. (Photo Courtesy of Ellen Doyle, ID: PHP002306).
Rivers Arks accompanying a log drive on the Greenbrier River from Cass to Ronceverte, W.Va..
The photograph of 12-year old Guy McElwee was taken at the Minnehaha Springs School by.
The students at Wesley Chapel School near Dunmore, 1939-40. Front row, l to r: Tom.
Ruth Blackhurst, the teacher at Spruce School, is seated on the Western Maryland Railroad Bridge.
Students in front of the Beaverdam School located on Beaverdam Run at the head of.
Two Pocahontas County School buses parked on the football field behind Marlinton High School in.
Workers are erecting the Historical Marker “Birthplace of Pearl S. Buck” on US Rt 219.
Dr. Norman R. Price captured this beautiful picture of swimmers in the Greenbrier River at.
Home of Dr. H.W. McNeel and Elizabeth Edgar McNeel in Academy, now Hillsboro, W.Va. (Courtesy.
Cash R. Miller with his wife, Louise, and their two small children at their home.
Titled “One of the pupils in the Caesar Mountain School,” this picture was taken by.
A handsome group of gents pose for this photograph taken in Marlinton in the early.
Campers at Pocahontas County 4-H Camp participating in a crosscut sawing contest at Camp Thornwood.
Mustoe Carter, Frank G. Holland and Bev Kenney in the office at the Marlinton Depot..
This family sawmill operation belonged to Samuel Renick Hogsett and was located about two miles.
Three of Rufus and Clemma Elliott’s children in front of the Elliott home on Brush.
Can you identify this unknown group? The picture is from the 1950s and is possibly.
The Administration Building at Watoga State Park was constructed in 1934 by the Civilian Conservation.
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