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Main Street Business Section in Durbin, W.Va.

View of flooded section of Marlinton shows the Episcopal Church, Marlinton Methodist Church and the Marlinton Grade School

View of flooded section of Marlinton looking up Court Street, shows the Episcopal Church and the Marlinton Grade School

Color Postcard - View of Marlinton and Greenbrier River from Kee's Mountain

Postcard - Panoramic View of Marlinton. Left, looking north on Rt. 219. Center, looking across the Greenbrier River

Postcard of Northern Camden Avenue in Marlinton. Tree-lined street with houses, one car in the distance on left.

Young girl in black dress feeding chickens on a side street in Durbin

Construction workers and others outside the Durbin Mercantile Building on Main Street in Durbin

Men and women outside the Napoleon "Poly" Arbogast home behind the Durbin Post Office, Mrs. Nannnie Wilson and sisters.

Napoleon Arbogast, Postmaster, on crutches in the snow at the Durbin Post Office

The first post office in Durbin with the first postmaster, Napoleon "Polie" Arbogast on the porch. Also shows man with two deer propped in front of the porch.

Men with horses on Main Street in Durbin, W.Va. The Durbin Mercantile Company store building in the background.

Group of students and adults standing in front of the Green Bank School

Street scene in Green Bank, W.Va. Shows store, doctor's office and Green Bank Methodist Church. Dirt streets and wooden sidewalks.

View of Dirt Road through Dunmore, W.Va. Shows church steeple on left, houses, railroad sign and wooden sidewalks.

Postcard Scene of Cass, W.Va. Shows first company houses and orginal company store.

Parade on Main Street in Marlinton, W.Va. With spectators. Buildings visible: Oddfellows/JP Furniture, Alpine Hotel, Alpine Theater, Wilbur Sharp & Son Mens Wear, Galford's 5 & 10. May be Elmer Diller driving car in front.

Main Street, Route 39, in Marlinton W.Va. Looking east. Road has been torn up for rebuilding. Stores and business on either side. Shows woman walking.Store signs are readable. Alpine Theater is seen on the left.

Flood on Knapps Creek in Marlinton, W.Va. Looking east toward the Court House.

Front view of Pocahontas County Court House in Marlinton, W.Va.. Shows iron fence and gated entrance. 2 men standing at either side of front door. 2 men standing on edge of roof above entrance.
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