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Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Foundation Event honoring Pearl Buck in Pocahontas County. Left to right: Alta Hoylman, Vice Pres., Pearl S. Buck, Marie Leist, President.

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Antique Cabinet Under Beams in the Basement of the Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Museum in Hillsboro, W.Va. Following complete restoration.

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Small white outbuilding on the Stulting Farm behind the Pearl S. Buck Birthplace in Hillsboro, W.Va.

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Back side of the Pearl S. Buck Birthplace showing barn and outbuildings at Stulting Farm in Hillsboro, W.Va.

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David Sheibley, Chef, and Marlinton Methodist Women eating after preparing the meal for Pearl S. Buck Birthday Celebration during her visit to Pocahontas County in 1971. Left to right: David Sheibley, Unknown, Sue Richardson, Mildred Hockenberry,…

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Diana (Mrs. Adolph) Cooper, facing, with Julia L. Price, in hat, at reception table at Marlinton Methodist Church for Pearl S. Buck visit to Pocahontas County in 1971.

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Dignitaries on Stage at the 1974 Grand Opening of the Pearl S. Buck Birthplace in Hillsboro, W.Va. Left to right: Former West Virginia Governor Cecil Underwood; Architect Henry Browne; Mrs. Marie Liest, President of the PSBB Foundation, U.S. Senator…

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Dr. William Mortagh, Keeper of the National Record of Historic Places, Shaking Hands with Mrs. Marie Leist, President of the PSBB Foundation, at the 1974 Grand Opening of the Pearl S. Buck Birthplace in Hillsboro, W.Va. Seated left of the podium is…

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Former W. Va. Gov. and Director of Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Foundation, Cecil Underwood talks with Pearl S. Buck during dinner at Marlinton Methodist Church, Pearl S. Buck visit to Pocahontas County 1971

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Former W.Va. Governor Cecil Underwood, on the right, laughs with Mr. Otto Hollowell at event honoring Pearl S. Buck, Marlinton Methodist Church. Julia Price in background.

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Former W.Va. Governor Cecil Underwood Speaking at the 1974 Grand Opening of the Pearl S. Buck Birthplace in Hillsboro, W.Va. Seated at far left on the stage is John D. Rockefeller, IV, at that time President of West Virginia Wesleyan College.

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Former W.Va. Governor Cecil Underwood talks with Mr. Otto Hollowell at event honoring Pearl S. Buck, Marlinton Methodist Church. Diana Cooper standing at Underwood's left. Ina Montgomery in background.

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One man, three women, unidentified, at Marlinton Methodist Church for Pearl S. Buck visit to Pocahontas County in 1971

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Front of small white outbuilding with two open bays behind the Pearl S. Buck Birthplace in Hillsboro, W.Va.
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