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President Theodore Roosevelt riding in a carriage after arriving in Wheeling, 6 September 1902. West Virginia State Archives Collection. (331614)
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Six young women Civil Defense workers at the honor roll board dedication in Worthington, Marion County, 19 September 1943. Joseph Noel Geiger Jr. Collection (338815)
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Woodcarver Wolfgang Flor in his studio at Rock Cave, Upshur County, 7 July 1967. Clarksburg Exponent-Telegram Collection (cx13089)
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Standard Oil Company gasoline truck wreck. It fell through the covered bridge over French Creek, between Hampton and Sago in Upshur County, Ray A. Tenney at the wheel, 26 September 1928. Photo: Horace R. Clark. Upshur County Historical Society Purchase Collection (308406)
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Campers fill Camp Caesar's Council Circle building for Paul Bunyan night at the West Virginia Conservation Camp, Webster County, June 1956. DNR Collection (dnr56.496)
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Queen Silvia XX, Ann Lyon Alexander, 1956. Clarksburg Exponent Collection (cx0001)
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Anderson Newcomb Company, department store window display promoting the Third Liberty Loan campaign, Huntington, circa 1918. Cabell County Public Library (286605)
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President Harry S. Truman in Wheeling campaigning for the Adlai Stevenson/John Sparkman ticket, 23 October 1952. Photo: J. J. Young, Jr. J. J. Young, Jr. Collection
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Left to right: Joan Leonard, Judy Herndon, Theresa Gurrera, Callie Jones, and Judy Hazlett in a dormitory room at Mount de Chantal Visitation Academy in Wheeling, circa 1959. Mount de Chantal Collection (000404)
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Halloween party at the West Virginia School for the Deaf, Romney 1960s. West Virginia School for the Deaf Collection (179311)
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