The WV-150 Sesquicentennial Exhibit celebrates our statehood from 1860 to the present with an eclectic collection of West Virginia artifacts and art.
Many of the suggestions for what to showcase in the exhibit came from West Virginians who offered suggestions throughout last year.
If you would like to view a larger photo of one of the images please just click on the photo on this page.
West Virginia Stories and Biographies, Charles Henry Ambler
Maple Bed Post Made by Meadow River Lumber Company, Rainelle
Anna Marie Jarvis (1864-1948) Oil Portrait by John Hudkins
Stamp, Shoe Heels, Miniature Baseball Bat, Metal Seal from Meadow River Lumber Company, Rainelle
Kelly Vulcan Axe, Charleston
Spring on the Mountain Road, Fayette County, Blanche Barger Preston
West Virginia’s State Flower – The Rhododendron
Rhododendron Print by Chuck Ripper
Frosted Water Lily and Cattail Pattern Pitcher and Tumbler, Fenton Art Glass Company, Williamstown
A Good People Doing A Good ThingPinch Reunion Reaches 100, George Daugherty, GOLDENSEAL 2001
Employee Badge, Weirton Steel Company
The Weirton Steel Bulletin – Vol. 1, No. 1
Postcard Sternwheeler Steamboat Royal on the Ohio River near Wheeling
Mail Pouch Tobacco Sign Painted on a Model Barn
Marsh Wheeling Stogie Cigars
The Mine War 1912 – 1913 Cabin Creek & Paint Creek, Dale Payne
Postcard Sternwheeler Steamboat City of Wheeling
Artillery Projectile Propelled by Bags of Nitrocellulose Powder, World War I
Gravely Tractor Model L, Made in Dunbar
Piece of Glass Cullet from Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Company, Charleston