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Volume 24, Number 2

Spring 1998 Goldenseal
Neva "Toby" Jackson was the first Miss West Virginia. She is shown here in a parade along the Atlantic City Boardwalk in 1923. Photo courtesy of Margaret Niland Malone.

Published by the
Cecil H. Underwood, Governor

Division of Culture and History
Renay Conlin, Commissioner

John Lilly, Editor

Debby Sonis Jackson
Assistant Editor

Cornelia Crews Alexander
Editorial Assistant

Anne H. Crozier
Graphic Design

Summer 1998

2 Letters from Readers

5 Current Programs, Events, Publications
8 Glen Smith Receives Vandalia Award;
Paul Lepp, Pete Humphreys Honored

9 Our Cruise on the South Branch
The Log Book: July 13-27, 1919
By Harold Field
18 Remembering Harold Field
By Richard Andre

20 The First Miss West Virginia
By Jane Matialano

26 Zebedee John Crouse
Mountain Photographer
By Myrtle R. Reul

34 Locomotive Engineer Gilbert King
"I Like Railroading"
By Gordon Lloyd Swartz III
38 Train Talk
By J.J. Young, Jr.

42 The Lost Village of Lilly
By Jack Lilly
47 Lilly Reunion 1998

48 Mountain Cattle Drives
By Robert and Judith Whitcomb
51 "We Drove Cattle from Beverly to Osceola"
By Eck Howell

56 Ivydale
The Morris Brothers Old-Time Music Festivals
By Bob Heyer
61 Ivydale on File and Tape

65 The Shinnston Tornado
By Martha Lowther
69 The Devil Wind
By Dave Peyton
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