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1949 WV State Road Commission Parkersburg, WV. Picture Courtesy Tony Reynolds


Street Car drivers third from the right, Marshall "Shorty" Balser.


Stout's on Market St. Gertrude MIller (pictured) worked at that soda fountain/restaurant. That marble bar is now in a restaurant in Ohio. Picture Courtesy Eddie Miller


Dils Motor Mart 7th Street Parkersburg


Dils Motor Mart Picture Courtesy Bonnie Taylor


Sumner School Parkersburg WV


The Parkersburg City Park Pavilion. Parkersburg 1926. Picture Courtesy Dan Kemper


Bailey's Battery Service, 621 Seventh St., Parkersburg, WV


1988 Homecoming parade. photo by Dave Ferrell.


1988 Homecoming Queen candidates . photo by Dave Ferrell


BBF Foodarama. Ann St Parkersburg WV Dave Ferrell shot these for the Police. A guy name Cowdry was murdered here, No one was ever charged


BBF Foodarama. Dave Ferrell shot these for the Police. A guy name Cowdry was murdered here, No one was ever charged


Parkersburg Creamery truck


Building Room at Parkersburg Chair Company Picture Courtesy Maribeth Bee Nobles


Pictured is Charles Woodyard Picture Courtesy Maribeth Bee Nobles


5th at Market looking south. 2-15-62. Photo by Dave Ferrell


B&O wreck 12/59. Photo by Dave Ferrell. Appears to be at the mouth of the Little Kanawha. Train headed into town. Shanty boat owner was lucky


Chittum Buick Co. 1959 - Picture Courtesy Dave Chittum


Chittum Buick Co. 1957 Picture Courtesy Dave Chittum


Perine Machinery would be in this Building back in about 1964


Looking up 7th from Avery, Parkersburg. Photo by Dave Ferrell


Parker Apartments, Avery St. Parkersburg. Photo by Dave Ferrell


Avery looking across 5th. Parkersburg. Photo by Dave Ferrell


Rt 14 at Rt 21. Photo by Dave Ferrell


Oesterle and Mullen Picture Courtesy Bonnie Taylor


Dieckmann's was at 406 Juliana st. Picture Courtesy Bonnie Taylor


Petrol station at the foot of the old Belpre bridge Picture Courtesy Bonnie Taylor


B&R Market, become Ralphs. 2108 Pike street, Parkersburg. Photo by Dave Ferrell


Parkersburg Auto Club Road Service by McGraw & Fisher Wrecker, standing far right on his wrecker Charles Richard Fisher - Picture Courtesy Paul Fisher


The Johnson's Billiard parlor 415 Sixth Street Parkersburg the Pool Tables in back  owned by Henry Doremus Johnson and his Brother J. Raymond Johnson. Not sure of its Location in Parkersburg. Picture Courtesy Gary Traugh


This Picture from the Old Johnson Family Scrapbook J. G. Mcroye's Parkersburg. Picture Courtesy Gary Traugh


Lasky's Dry Goods Department Store 215-17 Market Street Parkersburg around 1918 Picture Courtesy Gary Traugh


Johnsons News Depot Parkersburg Picture Courtesy Gary Traugh


taken at Fink W.Va, ( Lewis County) at the family home. Fink was a big oil and gas drilling location in it's day. Standing to the left of car with hat on is Larry's Great Grand-father William McBride, and in the car is Larry's Dad, Charles Gibson, and his brother Boyd. the ladies on the right are Larry's Grand-mother Evelyn Gibson, Larry's Great Grand-mother McBride, not sure who the lady on extreme right is. Picture Courtesy Larry Gibson


Larry Gibson's Dad, Charles Gibson ( standing in the car), and his brother Boyd (Buck), in the toy car. Note the mud roads, chains on the car, and the lamps on front of car. Photo taken at the home place in Fink W.Va, Lewis County. Larry's Dad would be about 6 in this photo, and Buck about 3. picture courtesy Larry Gibson


Postcard of an early biplane "Aeroplane at Parkersburg WV - just starting" circa 1910


Henry Stanley Harold's dad H. C. Stanley grocery on Pike St in the early 1930's. Photo courtesy of Larry Stanley. The grandson of Mr Stanley in the photo


Interior Gordon & Fuller Toggery Chancellor Hotel Parkersburg West Virginia 1911


Pepsi Cola in Parkersburg started out on Sixth Street in 1939


In style Dr. C. B. Blubaugh, smilingly affluent in derby hat and Chesterfield coat, is shown taking his pet dog for a ride in one of the first automobiles owned in Parkersburg W.Va.. The picture was taken at The Point with the wheels of the early car at rest on the ancient bricks that lead down to the Ohio River



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