Celebrating Black History Month: On June 29, 2013, former congregation members and family descendants gathered.
Celebrating Black History Month: A photograph of the Bill Reynolds home in Minnehaha Springs has.
Celebrating Black History Month: This photograph of a student at Pleasant Green School is one.
Celebrating Black History Month: Prior to desegregation, black students in Marlinton attended the Greenbrier Hill.
Ida Sue and William Frank Rider on their wedding day, May 15, 1906, in Rimel,.
A log landing on Cheat Mountain near Cass in the winter of 1910. Look closely.
Portrait of baby Alonzo James Elliott taken at Winterburn in 1912. He was born there.
Two teams of horses pull a farm wagon through a snow dusted field at Academy.
Camp foreman Billy Buckingham is seen in this photograph taken in December 1910. The scene.
This year’s Christmas card comes from the The Grady K. Moore family. It pictures the.
Third grade class at Durbin Graded School, 1938-1939. Bottom row, left to right: Mary Edna.
Loggers are working with a team of horses on a log landing at Camp No..
Portrait of Charles Clark Carter at four years of age in Marlinton, W.Va. He was.
A hunting party poses with their prize white-tailed deer on Gauley Mountain near Slaty Fork..
The Chesapeake & Ohio, fondly remembered as the C&O, on a stop in Marlinton in.
A group of hunters with a bear near Rimel, W. Va. Pictured left to right:.
Loggers with tools and teamsters with horses are pictured at an unknown location in Pocahontas.
Portrait of Clair Garrett Kellison, wife of Averill Porter Kellison, of Swago Community, Buckeye, W.Va..
Local photographer J. A. Arbogast took this picture of the James Elliott Family at Buffalo.
What a difference a century can make! This is one of my favorite photos of.
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