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Group of seven construction workers building the railroad line along the Greenbrier River near Marlinton, W.Va. Possibly near Harter. Original photos was left by boarders at the Valley Hotel on 4th Ave in 1898

Aeriel view of Marlinton looking north, taken from Key Rocks about 1910. Shows wooded covered bridge crossing the Greenbrier River, the tannery, old hospital, first Presbyterial Church, Hotel Marlinton.

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

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.

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

Pocahontas County Fair in Marlinton, W.Va. View of the grandstand, cars parked, racetrack and stables. Looking toward the Greenbrier River.

View of Cass W. Va. from the east side of the Greenbrier River. Shows foot bridge, old train depot, stores, train cars on track. Company houses on hillside at top of photo.

Lumber town of Watoga with sawmily operation owned by the Watoga Lumber Company near Seebert, W.Va. on the Greenbrier River. Shows company houses, saw mill, lumber stacks, train on track with depot at far right. Part of this town is now in Watoga…

Morgan McClure (left) and Benton Smith (right) working leather into a finished product at the Marlinton Tannery located on the Greenbrier River in Marlinton, W.Va. Tannery opened in 1903, closed in 1970.

Close-up of hands working on a leather belt at the Marlinton Tannery located on the Greenbrier River in Marlinton, W.Va. Tannery opened in 1903, closed in 1970.

Close-up of hands cutting newly tanned leather at the Marlinton Tannery located on the Greenbrier River in Marlinton, W.Va. Tannery opened in 1903, closed in 1970.

Benton Smith finishing off a bear skin at the Marlinton Tannery located on the Greenbrier River in Marlinton, W.Va. Tannery opened in 1903, closed in 1970.

Benton Smith (right) and Morgan McClure (left) finishing off tanned bear hide and beef hides at the Marlinton Tannery located on the Greenbrier River in Marlinton, W.Va. Tannery opened in 1903, closed in 1970.

Benton Smith hanging finished leather at the Marlinton Tannery located on the Greenbrier River in Marlinton, W.Va. Tannery opened in 1903, closed in 1970.

Benton Smith smoothing and drying tanned leather, called the "setting process," at the Marlinton Tannery located on the Greenbrier River in Marlinton, W.Va. Tannery opened in 1903, closed in 1970.

Berton Smith (left) and Morgan McClure (right) grinding bark to be used in tanning hides at the Marlinton Tannery located on the Greenbrier River in Marlinton, W.Va. Tannery opened in 1903, closed in 1970.

Benton Smith turning hides in lime solution at the Marlinton Tannery located on the Greenbrier River in Marlinton, W.Va. Tannery opened in 1903, closed in 1970.

Aerial view of Marlinton, W.Va.southof the bridge on the Greenbrier River. Pocahontas County courthouse at top of photo, construction of Marlinton Grade School barely visible at left.