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Replacing roof at Pearl S. Buck Birthplace during renovation at Hillsboro, W.Va. View is rear of house showing scaffolds and workers.

Interior of bay window at Pearl S. Buck Birthplace during renovation in Hillsboro, W.Va.

Three construction workers in parlor at Pearl S. Buck Birthplace during renovation in Hillsboro, W.Va.

Interior of downstairs bay window at Pearl S. Buck Birthplace during renovation in Hillsboro, W.Va.

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

Two white stone pillars and a water pump on the grounds of the Pearl S. Buck Birthplace in Hillsboro, W.Va.

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

White outbuilding with open bays and woodshed behind the Pearl S. Buck Birthplace in Hillsboro, W.Va.

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

Large group of students in a music class at Marlinton High School. Teacher, Edith May seated in center on the front row.

Large group of students in costume in a Marlinton High School Pageant. Photo taken in the high school gymnasium.

Portrait of Marlinton High School Graduates in caps and gowns on the front steps of the Marlinton Methodist Church in Marlinton, W.Va.

G. Walter Mann's barn, horse teams, wagons at the Mann farm at Indian Draft near Edray, W.Va. Adam Moore standing with wagon. Gary Mann near mule. Earl Mann, small boy standing. G. Walter Mann in white shirt and tie in front of Ruby Mann on horse.

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mann with children on the porch of the Mann home at Indian Draft near Edray, W.Va. Children on porch: Ruby and Earl. Sitting on steps: Gary and John. Bettie is seated in upstairs window at right.

Baby John Mann sitting on rock with family dog named Bep at Indian Draft near Edray, W.Va. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mann.

Mrs. Hannah Combs spinning yarn with a spinning wheel on porch of her home. Daughter Florence standing the doorway.

Portrait of Mrs. Kelmenson with daughter, Edith, and son, Harry. The Kelmenson's migrated from Russia and operated a store on the west side of the Greenbrier River in Marlinton, W.Va.