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"Spirit of Saint Louis", piloted by Charles Lindbergh, lands on Langin Airfield, at the time the only federally recognized airport in West Virginia. Moundsville, 4 August 1927. Robert E. Durig Collection (296205)
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Town bicentennial parade on Main Street, with the Tam O'Shanter All-Girl Kiltie Corps and Bagpipe Band, of Somerset, Pennsylvania, followed by a bookmobile, Romney, Hampshire County, 11 August 1962. Hampshire County Public Library Collection
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At Civilian Conservation Corps camp 3508, known as Camp Marshall, a corpsman is pitching horseshoes in August, 1938. Howard Crimmel Collection (031004)
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The military aircraft that crashed into the K. F. Deskins home, Logan, 27 August 1921. Don Cheek Collection. (114809)
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Upshur County draft group on the courthouse steps, headed to Camp Lee, Virginia, 3 September 1918. Lemoyne Wolfe Collection
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Brown School, Indore, Clay County, 12 September 1945. Clay County Book Project Collection
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A picnic featuring watermelons in Pendleton County, 18 September 1908. R. Ruddle Collection. (029202)
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Democratic Presidential candidate John W. Davis, born in Clarksburg, addressing a crowd of voters from a private train car, Charleston, 25 September 1924. Photo: J. Leonard Gates. West Virginia State Archives Collection
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Venus - Gary baseball team, McDowell County, 27 September 1920. Coal Life Project Collection (264103)
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Austin Dawson, John Ferguson, Joseph Lee Fluellen and Randolph Fluellen at a broadcast or recording session for radio, McDowell County, 10 October 1940. Carol DeHaven Collection (161503)
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