Pics of the Week

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Flooded downtown, New Martinsville, 1915. Jack Leasure Collection, West Virginia State Archives (211913)
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Red Cross nurses at the Parsons Fourth of July parade, 1918. Jane Barb Collection (139707)
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Governor Holt and daughters Isabel and Julia being interviewed on television at the New York Worlds Fair, 1939. The tall man visible between Julia and the camera is Karl Shanholtzer of the West Virginia State Police. Julia Holt Coyle Collection (215115)
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Sixteen-year-old Charles B. Chambers with his pride and joy, the first motorcycle in Cameron, Marshall County, circa 1906. Cameron Public Library Collection (257905)
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The store operated by Charles Harris in Buffalo, Putnam County. William D. Wintz Collection (251813)
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Steel- making at Weirton Steel, Brooke County. Weirton Steel Collection (245710)
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A&P Store, State Street at corner of Wiley Street, manager D. H. Burnham, Fairmont, circa 1934. Marlene Jones Collection (219708)
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A woman sitting outside in a chair with a rabbit in her lap and a young girl standing beside, probably in the Weston area, circa early 1900s. Photo: William E. Carpenter. Carpenter Glassplate Collection
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Performance duo known as The Sisters Large, represented by Sam Delaney, promoter, Tyler County, 1900s. Sistersville Library - Walter McCoy Collection (292610)
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Merchants picnic, Tyler County, 2 September 1909. Sistersville Library - Walter McCoy Collection (270208)
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