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Governor Kathryn McGee (front, second from left) and members of the Board of Public Works at the first Rhododendron Girls State, Jackson's Mill, July 1941. Photo: Ellis Studio. West Virginia State Archives, Kathryn B.M. White Collection (301114)
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Fourth of July parade at St. Marys, July 4, 1909. Photo: Hazael Coleman Williams, glassplate. Mark Williams Collection (214515)
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Dave Kurtz with his racer at the track at Norwood Park in Harrison County. 1951. Dave Kurtz Collection (301613)
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Staff and residents of the Odd Fellows Home in Elkins, 1926. John B. Bennett Collection. (303510)
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Church youth social club, Williamson, Mingo County, 1950s. LaFadie Belle Whittico Collection (306015)
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Steam turbines that generated electricity for the Kelly Axe Company factory, Charleston, 1940s. Ross Noble Collection (306412)
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Chesapeake & Ohio Railway baseball team, Handley, 1927. First row (l to r): Ed Nugent, Billl Buckhanan, Charlie Dent, Don Atkins, Homer Hudson. Second row: Blondie Waters, Chester Coon, Bernard Bess, Puny Thompson, John Lowe, Clifford Conners, Charlie Fink, Benny Hess. Third row: Charlie Clark, _?_ Persinger, Fred Lewis, Guy Gidds, Lonnie Thompson, W.R. Harrington, Mac McClaugin, Puny Green. Photo: Dementi. John Stanley Collection (306801)
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Barrel-laden Waverley electric beer wagon at West Virginia Brewing Company, Huntington, 1912. West Huntington Public Library Collection (307102)
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Jessie Howes in soap box derby racer sponsored by Scott's service station, Tennerton, Upshur County, 1940s. Brent T. Scott Collection (309508)
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Scott's Service Station, Tennerton, Upshur County, circa 1940. Harold T. Scott pumping twenty-two cents a gallon gas while Ford Scott cleans the automobile's windshield. Brent Scott Collection. (135511)
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