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Full view of the First National Bank Building in Marlinton, W.Va. Shows J. A. Hoover's Clothing and Furnishings Store.Flag pole on top of building, men in front of post office and store.

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.

Mr. Hoover and an unknown man are standing in front of the J. A. Hoover Clothing and Furniishings Store, located in the First National Bank Building on Main Street in Marlinton, W.Va. Shows children's clothing, suspenders, shoes and boots in the…

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

Large group of singers performing on stage at the Pocahontas County Fairgrounds near Marlinton, W.Va. Shows men on horses and stables.

Camden Avenue looking north from Main Street in Marlinton W.Va. Camden Avenue was original name for Second Avenue. Marlinton Hotel is on right hand corner. Odd Fellows Building is on left hand corner.

Owners J. L. Hogsett and Charlie Caplinger with George Salsgiven in their Restaurant in Marlinton, W.Va. Bank of Marlinton calendar on the wall showing month of November 1912.

1908 flood in Marlinton, W.Va. Looking east, the view shows Marlinton Grade School, original Marlinton Methodist Church

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.

Spectators lining both sides of the street at a parade in Marlinton, W.Va. Possibly upper Second Avenue, then known as Upper Camden Avenue.

Large fraternal group, possible Masons, lined up on sidewalk on Fourth Avenue at Rt. 39 intersection in Marlinton, W.Va. Men are wearing black suits, white aprons and white gloves.