[caption id="attachment_23752" align="aligncenter" width="600"]<img src="https:\/\/pocahontastimes.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/sites\/25\/2019\/02\/Pres.-Poca.jpg" alt="" width="600" height="445" class="size-full wp-image-23752" \/> Reynolds Home at Minnehaha - 1921[\/caption]\r\n\r\nCelebrating Black History Month: A photograph of the Bill Reynolds home in Minnehaha Springs has its own story to tell. It was taken on October 7, 1921 by pioneering social photographer Lewis Wickes Hine. This is his description, used as the title by the Library of Congress: \u201cHome of Bill Reynolds and family, Minnehaha Springs, W. Va. His wife teaches her two children at home (and the county pays her a little) because no colored school are within reach. The white school is only a few rods away. The Club work with colored children is done by a colored agent.\u201d Courtesy of National Child Labor Committee Collection, Library of Congress; Pres. Poca. ID: PHP003969\r\n\r\nAccess the \u201cPreserving Pocahontas\u201d Digital Library at www.pocahontaspreservation.org or www.preservingpocahontas.org If you have historical records or photographs to be scanned for the county Historical Archive contact Preservation Officer B. J. Gudmundsson at 304-799-3989 or email email@example.com Prints of photographs are available.