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Unknown couple standing in front of Pritchard's Store in Dunmore, W.Va.

Kisner's Store building was built in 1930-32 and L. E. Kisner General Merchandise opened in 1932-33 and closed in 1950. The Kisner's lived upstairs over the store. The building was later sold and served as a post office, a church, a teen center.…

Edna Graham "Nannie" Kisner in the back yard of Kisner's Home and Store in Frank, W.Va.

Large clothing store building with upstairs porch on Main Street in Durbin. Shows two women exiting on the first floor

Mrs. J. D. Wilmoth in the garden by her millinery shop in Durbin, W.Va.

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

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.

Unknown store building near Hillsboro, W.Va. In the Little Levels

Two blocks of Main Street in Marlinton, W.Va. After Hallow"eve" in 1906. Hand drawings on photo

Full view of the First National Bank Building in Marlinton, W.Va. Shows J. A. Hoover's Clothing and Furnishings Store.Flag pole on top of building, men in front of post office and store.

Mr. Hoover and an unknown man are standing in front of the J. A. Hoover Clothing and Furniishings Store, located in the First National Bank Building on Main Street in Marlinton, W.Va. Shows children's clothing, suspenders, shoes and boots in the…

Unidentified man and two women in a wooden wagon on dirt street in front of the McComb Store in Huntersville, W.Va. The top of the Carey House is seen behind the wagon. White house to the right became the home of Harry and Madeline McComb.

Side view of the McComb General Store on Route 39 in Huntersville, W.Va. Owner was Alfred Beckley McComb.

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.

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

A large flock of sheep in front of the S. B. Moore and J. B. "Bryson" Hannah Store in Edray, W.Va. Store originally owned by Fudge McClintic. Moore and Hannah sold to J. W. Warwick in 1900, who sold to J. E. Barlow in 1906 who operated it until his…

Mr. L. G. McClure selling Delco Lights to Barlow-Moore Store in Edray, W.Va. Mr. McClure can be seen in suit standing at left in front of store. His car is parked on the street.

Aerial view of the community of Edray, W.Va. north of Marlinton. Shows farms and houses, The Barlow-Moore Store can be seen in the lower left corner of photo.
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