Lewis Wickes Hine took this photograph near Hillsboro on October 6, 1921. He describes the.
A group of young people in Huntersville, W.Va. The only person identified in this photograph.
Sherman Hammons, of Williams River, competes in the fiddle competition at the 1975 Pioneer Days.
The old Bank of Marlinton building is the backdrop for this parade photo on Marlinton’s.
View of the Campbell Lumber Company mill and log holding pond at Campbelltown. Pocahontas Co..
The 1926 Sophomore Class at Edray District High School (later Marlinton High School). The photo.
Two well-dressed men pose beside a Shay Engine hauling a load of slabs near the.
Group of sawmill workers at the Moore Lumber Company on Locust Creek.. (Pocahontas Co. Historical.
Howard Raymond Wilfong, Marlinton, W.Va. U.S. Navy. Fire Controlman, Third Class, United States Naval Reserve..
Dollie Varner Simmons sent in this portrait of three unidentified children, most likely siblings from.
Members of the Hillsboro Farm Women’s Club in a photo taken in 1960. These are.
Myrtle Grace Rider Rogers, wife of Hugh Rogers, with her baby son, Louis. The photo.
Ruth Morgan of the Marlinton Woman’s Club is pictured in period dress at the Grand.
Students at the Spruce School during recess in 1946. The school was for grades 1.
Arden George Killingsworth, of Marlinton, poses in uniform at Camp Hancock, Georgia, in 1918 during.
“School in Session” is the title of this photograph taken by Lewis Wickes Hine on.
An unidentified couple poses for a photo at the Scenic Overlook on Droop Mountain. The.
This picture reminds me of a song from Mick Souter, “The Dying Day of the.
Mill operation at Burner, north of Durbin. The timber on a tract of 9,070 acres.
This is a colorized postcard that is being published here in black and white. It.
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