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William McKinley School. Parkersburg.
McKinley Elementary School. Exterior view, 1993, Parkersburg.
Mehl School. Students, 1894-95.
Mehl School. Exterior.
Mehl School #3.
Mineral Wells School. 25 January 1968. Abandoned (N-7 Crooks).
Monitor School. Exterior (from Wes Cochran) (H-R7-RDC WC).
Morningstar School. South of Slate (N-7 Crooks), 20 December 1970.
Mount Hope School. Mount Hope School (Steele District # 5), 1882.
Mount Hope School. March 19, 1912. Front row, l to r: Carl Hall, Herbert Brown, Earl Lemon, Melvin Burkhart, Bertha Hall, Mable Burkhart. Second row: Fred Burdette, W. E. Ramsey, Bernard Burkhart, Olga Lemon, Lulu Brown, Donnie Lemon, John _?_, Robert Lemon, Luther Sands. Third row: teacher Tom N. Stephens, Hattie Lemon, Carl Burdette, Everett Lemon, Olin Quick.
Mountain Flower School. Walker District (HR-72).
Mudlick School. Slate District Located on Mudlick Run near its entry in Slate Creek about 3 miles from Little Kanawha River in eastern extreme of Slate District, still in use in 1941. Photo from school board (H-R5-RDC).
Mudlick School. Near Slate Creek (N-7 Crooks), 20 December 1970.
Nash School. Named Nash when built, after fire in 1904 name changed to Willard School, later renamed Nash.
Neale School. Vienna.
Neale School. 700 7th Street, Parkersburg.
New England School. 1912, New England School, first school, front. (H-R6-RDC).
New England School. Circa 1915. Front row, l to r: Harold Stephens, Charles Dugan, Thelma Fleak, Hazel Beadle, Zelma Greenburg, Harold Greenburg, Hilda Fleak, William Berdine, Raymond Hickenbottom, Leonard Grimm, Harry Whitlatch. Back row: Glen Whitlatch, Ray Hughes, John Whitlatch, Clinton Dernberger, Kenneth Grimm, Howard Grimm, Alice Dugan, Hazel Wigal, Ethel Whitlatch, Jennie Lafferre, Virginia Dernberger, Thelma Grimm.
New England School. 25 May 1925, New England School, Harris District operated until 1933, site part of land patented to John Spencer by treasury warrant in 1801 which included 9423 acres (H-R8).
New England Ridge School.
New Era School. (H-R7-RDC).
New Era School. 8 September 1966, Old New Era school (N-7 Crooks).
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