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.
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.
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