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.
Piece of Coal
Rosewood Fife that Belonged to William Wiant, Founder of the Charleston Symphony
Iron Hyper Compressor Wrench, Dupont’s Belle Works
The Coal House, Williamson
Autographed Photograph of Herschel “Woody” William Receiving the Congressional Medal of Honor from President Harry S. Truman
Cap, West Virginia Turnpike Commission
Official Party Ribbon, West Virginia Turnpike Commission
Shoney’s Big Boy, Charleston
Plate, Captain Charles E. Yeager
Bell X-1 Rocket Airplane Model, Captain Charles “Chuck” Yeager, Hamlin
Postcard of the 300-Foot Transit Radio Telescope, The National Radio Astronomy Observatory, Green Bank
Cranberry Glass Tumbler, Pilgrim Glass Company
Eleanor Steber and The Voice Of Firestone
Topps Baseball Card of Lew Burdette
The Greenbrier Menu
State Souvenirs by Paden City Artware Company - Blackwater Falls State Park, North Bend State Park, New River Gorge Bridge
Signed Print, Midnight Thunder, C&O Allegheny at Thurmond, Jim Jordan
1958 World Series Ticket – New York Yankees versus Milwaukee Braves