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Living quarters (camp cars) for a lumber crew working on operations near Anjean in Greenbrier County, 28 May 1953. Meadow River Lumber/H. Gray Collection (054506)
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Tucker County Bank interior, Parsons, 2 June 1951. Katherine Little Collection (138901)
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Riverboat "Alpha", built by Ward Engineering Works, Charleston, 7 June 1928. Brooks McCabe Collection (117406)
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United States President John F. Kennedy (right) greets a sunny crowd on a rainy day in Charleston, 20 June 1963. Photo: Ferrell Friend. Ferrell Friend Collection (325807)
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Maulsby Bridge, a three-hundred foot structure carrying the Weston and Fairmont Turnpike across the West Fork River, June 1928. No longer extant. C&P Telephone Collection
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Parade on Main Street, Parsons, Tucker County, 3 July 1909. Photo: G.H. Broadwater. Mrs. Charles Barb Collection
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The battle of Rich Mountain was between seven thousand Union and thirteen hundred Confederate troops on rugged Randolph County terrain ten kilometers southwest of Elkins, 11 July 1861. Engraving for the book "History of the War for the Union" based on a painting by Alonzo Chappel. West Virginia State Archives Collection (097410)
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The first of the Dorsey Tours, thirty-day excursions for West Virginia schoolteachers to California, 1-30 July 1939. Daisy Chapman Dorsey Collection
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Steel bridge at Eleventh Street in Wheeling being demolished, 23 July 1962. Eddie Martin Collection
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Guy Kelley working with a swarm of bees in Bloomingrose, Boone County, 27 July 2001. Guy Kelley Collection (313103)
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