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Wednesday, June 28, 2017

1920 Camping Trip

This is a group of girls who found the summer in 1920 as ideal for a camping trip. The girls were: Marie Lipscomb, Colleen...

Turner’s Tidbits – June 28, 2017

This is a photo of an unidentified girl. I think she may have been related to a family of Long's who lived on Quality...

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This is a photo of the Keystone Company’s Kindling-Wood Factory from Hambleton, WV Dated March 1910. The plant was built in 1901 and was...

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This is a photo of the first grade class at Bretz School for May 23, 1945. The Bretz School is the white building on...

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This is a picture of a badge from the Loyal Order of Moose Hambleton, WV Lodge No 418. On the top part it reads:...

Turner’s Tidbits for December 23, 2013

This photo is of The Green Shutter Shop of Parsons, WV. The shop was operated by Rosie Glenn Lipscomb, local talented artist. Rosie lived...
Tucker County School Bus

Tucker County School Bus

This photo is a Tucker County School bus unloading students at Davis High School. The photo was taken sometime during the 1936-37 school year....
Stationary from the Hotel Metropolitan

Stationary from the Hotel Metropolitan

This is stationary from the Hotel Metropolitan, McLaughlin & Co, Proprietors.   The Hotel Metropolitan, a three story building, was built in Thomas by Mary Isberg...

Turner’s Tidbits 1.18.17

This is a picture of Aaron and Melvina Cooper Rohrbaugh and their three daughters.The daughters are Orpha-youngest, Rose Ann-middle, and Sarah-oldest; the girls are...

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This is a second art work of Lolita Collett Hilliard. It is a credit to her that her art work can still be found....
Red Creek Falls

Red Creek Falls

  This photo is of the Red Creek Falls. It is postmarked Laneville November 2, 1906. The writer asks Frank Bennett if he remembers where...

Catholic Church in Davis

This is a photo of the Catholic Church in Davis. The Saint Veronica’s Catholic Church was closed due to declining attendance and combined with...

Turner’s Tidbits – March 22, 2017

Last week's photo was of Amos Jacob Nine and his wife Alda Dumire Nine (with two of their children; Ola, standing between her parents...

Turner’s Tidbits

This is a photo of a group of men working on the rails in the Pierce/Benbush Area. They are unidentified. They appear to be...

October 29, 2013

This photo is of the ruins of the McKenzie Hotel in Hambleton which burned April 9, 1912. The McKenzie was a three story building...

Turner’s Tidbits

This is a photo of a Columbus (1824-1878) and Mary Susan Flanagan (1835-1911) Wolford. Mary was the daughter of William Flanagan. Columbus was the...

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This is a photo of Ted Dove (standing) and Arthur (Oss) Cooper (sitting). Ted Dove was the son of Abraham Lincoln and Virginia Thompson...

Turner’s Tidbits for September 11, 2013

This photo is of the Western Maryland Rail Road Station in Hendricks. The men are loading or unloading the wagon and the horse appears...

July 15, 2015

This is a photo of Stephen Harvey Murphy and Thomas Bright. Harvey was married to Orpha Ann Bright. Orpha was a daughter of Thomas...