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Greenbrier River flooding in Cass, W.Va. 1917. Water covering the East Side of Town.

The old Blackhurst Family Home in Cass, W.Va which was built in 1901. Shows some family members standing on front porch.

Allen "Farmer" Blackhurst (in black hat) pouring molten metal in the shop of Mower Lumber Company in Cass, W.Va. Shows three other workers.

Beatrice Blackhurst Sheets, seated on left facing camera, at work in the Mower Lumber Company Office in Cass, W.Va. Shows three other workers.

Six men gathered around a wrecked log train near Cass, W.Va. In the Spring of 1920.

Unknown man standing beside Shay No. 13 parked at the extract plant of the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company in Cass, W.Va.

Aeriel view of the logging town of Cass, W.Va. Wide view shows company store, churches, company houses.

Elmer Burner House on top of the hill at left, overlooking a section of the town of Cass, W.Va.

"Slough" (wetland,shallow lake) in front of the Allen Blackhurst home in Cass, W.Va. Shows group of small houses on the other side.

Group of fourteen ice skaters on the Greenbrier River in Cass, W.Va.

Four couples ice skating on the Greenbrier River in Cass, W.Va.

Men of the Cass Presbyterian Church posing in front of the church in Cass, W.Va. In the picture: Rev. Harry Blackhurst and Allen Jabez Blackhurst.

Five men standing on floor of a house being built in Cass, W.Va. Shows man with horse and wagon and small houses in the background.

Men standing on top of the studded structure of the Neighbors house being built in Cass, W.Va. In picture: Amos Doyle, Lem Walker, Farmer Blackhurst, Henry Blackhurst and unknown.

Aftermath of large flood of the Greenbrier River in Cass, W.Va. Shows stores, street and steel bridge.

Allen Jabez Blackhurst (1894-1977) with his mother Lula May Burner Blackhurst. Shown standing in the yard on Burner Hill at Cass, W.Va. Both had just survived typhond fever. Allen was the son of Rev. Harry Blackhurst and married Bessie Alice Kee…

Elmer Davis Burner (1874-1952) posing outside during winter in suit and hat.. Lived on Burner Hill in Cass, W.Va. Son of George and Sarah Warwick Burner. Grandson of Abraham Burner, the Pioneer. Married Mary Louise Gillispie. Later lived in…

Elmer Davis Burner (1874-1952) posing in uniform. Lived on Burner Hill in Cass, W.Va. Son of George and Sarah Warwick Burner. Grandson of Abraham Burner, the Pioneer. Married Mary Louise Gillispie. Later lived in Jacksonville, Florida.

Students at recess at the Spruce School in the lumber town of Spruce on Cheat Mountain above Cass, W.Va. Shows children, school, outhouse.