World War II Photo Exhibit - Project Photos


(Photo by BJ Gudmundsson)


Sharp's Country Store on U.S. Rt. 219 in Slaty Fork, West Virginia

Partner with "Preserving Pocahontas" to host our

World War II Photo Exhibit and ID Project


(Photo by Tom Shipley)


B.J. Sharp-Gudmundsson

Historic Preservation Officer and Exhibit Curator




(Photo by Tom Shipley)


Photo Exhibit Ready to Open on August 3, 2013




Numbered Sketches Assist Visitors with Identifying Servicemen



(Photo by B.J. Gudmundsson)


First Visitor is Local Resident, Gene Gibson





Book of Casualties Accompanies the Exhibit





Book of Casualties includes Honor Roll Pages

Courtesy of the American Battle Monuments Commission

For County Residents Missing or Buried on Foreign Soil





Over 1,500 Pocahontas County

men and women left home to serve

their country in World War II.

63 did not return.


This project pays tribute to

those who served

and honors the memory of those

who gave their lives.