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Pocahontas Lumber Company Buidling in logging town of Burner, W.Va. Young boys and men in suits are standing by track in front of building. A man can be seen in a hammock on the house porch at top of photo. Burner is on the West Fork of the…

Wilmoth and Kerr Store on Main Street in Durbin, W.Va. H. E. White (left) and J. D. Wilmoth, Owner (right) are standing in front of store.

Two men and small child on stools, man behind counter, inside Shorty's Restaurant in Cass, W.Va.

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.

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.

The General Andrew Lewis Oak located at the intersection of Fourth Ave and State Rt. 39 in Marlinton, W.Va. It was the oldest corner tree in the Mississippi Valley.

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.

The Dunmore Methodist Church in Dunmore, W.Va. The hotel is to the right of the church. Dedicated in 1891 as "Moore Memorial Church, M.E. South."

Eight unknwon workers doing construction at the Hevener Mill located on Deer Creek near Arbovale, W.Va. This North Fork Grist Mill was erected in the late 1870's by Uriah Hevener, Sr. at the location of the old Patrick Bruffey mill. It was destroyed…

Hillsboro High School under construction in Hillsboro, W.Va. Shows man standing in front doorway.

Log Club House of the Allegheny Sportsman's Assocation at Minnehaha Springs, W.Va. Man and small child sitting in front of the club house.

The Club House at Cheat Bridge near Durbin, W.Va. Hewn log buildings with battan board addition on the left.

Shay Engine No. 2 of the Greenbrier and Elk River Railroad, parked on track with four unidentified men standing. Section of railroad car visible, marked G C & E 101 (Greenbrier Cheat and Elk)

Logging Camp No. 6 at Rocky Gulch in Horton, W.Va. Two larger log buildings and a number of small buildings on either side of a railroad track. Signs of active timbering with felled trees on hillsides.

Homes and buildings in section of Green Bank, W.Va. Methodist Church is visible at top left in photo.

Seventeen members of The Durbin Band with drums and brass instruments in Durbin, W.Va. Standing at left: Jeff Wilmoth and S. G. Vanosdale. Houses and buildings are visible on the hill in the background.

Fourteen members of The Durbin Band with drums and brass instruments in Durbin, W.Va. Standing in front of a brick building.

Section of Main Street in Durbin, W.Va. Lined with business, stores and wooden sidewalk.

Aerial view of the town of Durbin, W.Va. Shows business district with residential area on the hill above.