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Celebrating Black History Month: On June 29, 2013, former congregation members and family descendants gathered.

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Celebrating Black History Month: A photograph of the Bill Reynolds home in Minnehaha Springs has.

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Celebrating Black History Month: This photograph of a student at Pleasant Green School is one.

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Celebrating Black History Month: Prior to desegregation, black students in Marlinton attended the Greenbrier Hill.

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Ida Sue and William Frank Rider on their wedding day, May 15, 1906, in Rimel,.

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A log landing on Cheat Mountain near Cass in the winter of 1910. Look closely.

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Portrait of baby Alonzo James Elliott taken at Winterburn in 1912. He was born there.

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Two teams of horses pull a farm wagon through a snow dusted field at Academy.

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Camp foreman Billy Buckingham is seen in this photograph taken in December 1910. The scene.

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This year’s Christmas card comes from the The Grady K. Moore family. It pictures the.

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Third grade class at Durbin Graded School, 1938-1939. Bottom row, left to right: Mary Edna.

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Loggers are working with a team of horses on a log landing at Camp No..

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Portrait of Charles Clark Carter at four years of age in Marlinton, W.Va. He was.

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A hunting party poses with their prize white-tailed deer on Gauley Mountain near Slaty Fork..

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The Chesapeake & Ohio, fondly remembered as the C&O, on a stop in Marlinton in.

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A group of hunters with a bear near Rimel, W. Va. Pictured left to right:.

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Loggers with tools and teamsters with horses are pictured at an unknown location in Pocahontas.

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Portrait of Clair Garrett Kellison, wife of Averill Porter Kellison, of Swago Community, Buckeye, W.Va..

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Local photographer J. A. Arbogast took this picture of the James Elliott Family at Buffalo.

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What a difference a century can make! This is one of my favorite photos of.