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Barbour County

Old Covered Bridge, Erected 1852 across Tygart River, Philippi
Berkeley County

Rock Haven, Martinsburg

Virginia Barrel Co. Wagon, Designed and Manufactured by The Auburn Wagon Co., Martinsburg
Brooke County

Buffalo Valley between Wellsburg & Bethany

Scene on Ohio River, Wellsburg

Bird's Eye View of Bethany College, Bethany

Rechabite Club, Bethany College, Bethany

Cochran Cottages, Bethany College, Bethany
Cabell County

The Beautiful Guyan River, Huntington

Steamboat on Ohio River, Huntington
Fayette County

Scene from Hawks Nest Rock, Route 60

Hotel Hill, Oak Hill
Grant County

Elevation Profile of U. S. 50 from Gormania to Thornton
Hampshire County

Houser's Tourist Court, Romney

Elevation Profile of U. S.50 from Romney to Gormania
Hancock County

Main Street, Weirton

Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Chester
Harrison County

Clarksburg Lodge No. 482, B. P. O. E., Clarksburg

Industrial, a Suburb of Clarksburg [1908]
Jefferson County

Harper's Ferry, where Two Rivers and Three States Meet

John Brown's Fort, Harper's Ferry

Northwest Railroad Bridge, Shepherdstown
Kanawha County

Bird's-Eye View, Charleston from Fort Hill

U. S. Post Office, Charleston

Daniel Boone Hotel Advertising Card, Charleston

Administration Building, Kanawha Airport, Charleston

Lock and Dam on Kanawha River, London
Lewis County

Jackson's Mill and State 4H Camp, near Clarksburg

State 4-H Camp, Jackson's Mill

4-H Camp Weston
Marshall County

Scene on Ohio River, Moundsville
Mason County

Ohio River Ferry and K. & M. R. R. Bridge, Point Pleasant
McDowell County

Main Office Building, Lower Town, Berwind [1909]

Club House, Lower Town, Berwind [1909]

Store No. 1, Lower Town, Berwind [1909]

A View of Lower Town looking North-west from Railway Station, Berwind [1909]

Intersection of Bank and Wyoming Streets, Welch

Bird's Eye View, Kimball
Mercer County

St. Luke's Hospital, Bluefield

Looking East from East River Mountain on Route 21 and 52, Bluefield
Mineral County

Ashfield Street, Piedmont

State Preparatory School, Keyser
Mingo County

Williamson, Looking East [1908]
Monongalia County

View from River Front, Showing University of West Virginia
Ohio County

Old Stone Bridge at Monument Place on National Pike, Elm Grove, Wheeling

Sky Scrapers, Wheeling

The "Mansion", Oglebay Park, Wheeling

Wheeling High School, Wheeling

The Ohio River at Wheeling, Looking South

Major Samuel McColloch's Monument, Wheeling (scene of McColloch's Leap, National Highway (40)
Pendleton County

Sentinel Rocks, Randolph County
Pleasants County

Scene on Ohio River Showing Ferry Landing, St. Marys
Pocahontas County

Harter Bros'. Mill and Lumber Yard, Harter
Preston County

Curves on Laurel Mt. West of Macomber, U. S. 50, Elev. 2602'

EM-I No. 7603 on Coal Extra East at Speed 11-14-48 Up Cranberry Grade near Terra Alta
Randolph County

Residence of Ex-Senator S. B. Elkins, Elkins
Raleigh County

New River Canyon from Grandview

Bank of Raleigh, Beckley
Randolph County

1st Ward School, Elkins

residence of Ex-Senator, W. B. Elkins, Elkins
Summers County

Hinton Station, Looking North from New River Bridge, Hinton
Taylor County

The Grafton Flood Dam, Grafton

The Cross Roads Restaurant, Intersection of routes 119 and 50, Grafton
Tucker County

Black Water Falls, 66 Ft. High, Davis
Tyler County

View of Ohio River Showing Wharf, Sistersville
Wetzel County

Brast Hotel, New Martinsville
Wood County

Wood County Court House, Parkersburg

Scene on the Ohio River by Night, Parkersburg

New Fifth Street Bridge and Little Kanawha River, Parkersburg

View up the Ohio River from Fort Boreman, Parkersburg

The Parkersburg High School Band, Parkersburg [1941]

Terrapin Casino, Parkersburg

Railroading on the Little Kanawha River, Parkersburg

Blennerhassett House on Blennerhassett Island

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