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Lewis Wickes Hine took this photograph near Hillsboro on October 6, 1921. He describes the.

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A group of young people in Huntersville, W.Va. The only person identified in this photograph.

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Sherman Hammons, of Williams River, competes in the fiddle competition at the 1975 Pioneer Days.

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The old Bank of Marlinton building is the backdrop for this parade photo on Marlinton’s.

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View of the Campbell Lumber Company mill and log holding pond at Campbelltown. Pocahontas Co..

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The 1926 Sophomore Class at Edray District High School (later Marlinton High School). The photo.

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Two well-dressed men pose beside a Shay Engine hauling a load of slabs near the.

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Group of sawmill workers at the Moore Lumber Company on Locust Creek.. (Pocahontas Co. Historical.

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Howard Raymond Wilfong, Marlinton, W.Va. U.S. Navy. Fire Controlman, Third Class, United States Naval Reserve..

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Dollie Varner Simmons sent in this portrait of three unidentified children, most likely siblings from.

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Members of the Hillsboro Farm Women’s Club in a photo taken in 1960. These are.

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Myrtle Grace Rider Rogers, wife of Hugh Rogers, with her baby son, Louis. The photo.

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Ruth Morgan of the Marlinton Woman’s Club is pictured in period dress at the Grand.

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Students at the Spruce School during recess in 1946. The school was for grades 1.

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Arden George Killingsworth, of Marlinton, poses in uniform at Camp Hancock, Georgia, in 1918 during.

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“School in Session” is the title of this photograph taken by Lewis Wickes Hine on.

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An unidentified couple poses for a photo at the Scenic Overlook on Droop Mountain. The.

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This picture reminds me of a song from Mick Souter, “The Dying Day of the.

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Mill operation at Burner, north of Durbin. The timber on a tract of 9,070 acres.

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This is a colorized postcard that is being published here in black and white. It.