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Cody LaRoche

October 30, 2014 IT WOULD probably take more than the promise of candy and Pepsi to get this guy to dress up in Purple Rider gear today. more »»

Construction of Statue of Liberty

October 29, 2014 CONSTRUCTION OF the Statue of Liberty in 1884. more »»

Battle of Juarez - Pancho Villa

October 28, 2014 THE BATTLE of Juarez took place in Ciudad Juarez from May 8-11, 1911. Freeport resident Robert Henry Beck was a soldier for the US Army fighting in the conflict. more »»

Dinner at Fort Henry Club, Wheeling

October 27, 2014 A DINNER was held at the Fort Henry Club in Wheeling in 1932 to honor W. J. Cook on the 50th anniversary of his continuous service with the Wheeling Steel Corp. more »»

Martins Ferry Legion Officers

October 25, 2014 OFFICERS OF the Martins Ferry American Legion Drum and Bugle Corps 1950 organizational meeting at Post 38. Front row left to right are, Rocco Morando, Joe Ecker, Sam Mecodangelo. more »»

Juarez Army

October 24, 2014 THE BATTLE of Juarez took place in Ciudad Juarez from May 8-11, 1911. Freeport resident Robert Henry Beck was a soldier for the US Army fighting in the conflic. more »»

The Tin Line

October 23, 2014 A SIGN was placed outside of Yorkville-Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel building congratulating the #2 Tin Line, 1 Turn, May 11, 1986, 338 record tons. more »»

Battle of Juarez - Tall Erwin

October 22, 2014 THE BATTLE of Juarez took place in Ciudad Juarez from May 8-11, 1911. Freeport resident Robert Henry Beck was a soldier for the US Army fighting in the conflict. Tall in the saddle. more »»

Yorkville-Wheeling Pitt Office Crew

October 21, 2014 YORKVILLE-WHEELING Pittsburgh Steel office crew on May 31, 1983. Front, Joyce McCrea. Clockwise: Virginia Karouzas, Patty Chamblers, John McGuinnis, John Prince and Karen Anderson (Kidney). more »»

The Gang

October 20, 2014 THE GANG at Marylyn Matz Roseberry’s 16th birthday party are: First row, Nadine Woods Yourko, deceased; Marylyn, Bonnie Scott DeNapoli, Pauline Kotopka Carson, Carol Liston Grandstaff, Sandra Paxson... more »»

Workers in Blacksmith Shop

October 18, 2014 WORKERS IN the Blacksmith Shop at the old Laughlin Mill in Martins Ferry in 1931 included Melvin DeVault, George Winship, Stanley Hill, Clarence Smith, Mike Kiss, Louis Vernellis, William Withers,... more »»

Elvis Presley inducted into U.S. Army

October 17, 2014 ELVIS PRESLEY, “King of the Rock and Roll ” was inducted into the U.S. Army at the Memphis Draft Board, March 24, 1958, and was assigned serial number 53310761. more »»

Bugala Family

October 16, 2014 VICTORIA (Pytel) BUGALA, born in Poland, posing with her sons near their home in Flushing in the 1950’s. more »»

Leo Tolstoy tells story

October 15, 2014 LEO TOLSTOY, tells a story to his grandchildren in 1909. Leo was a Russian Author, master of realistic fiction and one of the world’s greatest novelists. more »»

Glass Milk Bottles

October 14, 2014 GLASS MILK bottles rather than cardboard cartons were used by dairies several decades ago. Delivering milk in glass bottles (which is coming back to today) to the Youghiogheny & Ohio Coal Co. more »»

The Battle of Juarez

October 13, 2014 THE BATTLE of Juarez took place in Ciudad Juarez from May 8-11, 1911. Freeport resident Robert Henry Beck was a soldier for the US Army fighting in the conflict. more »»

Army Buddies

October 11, 2014 THREE ARMY buddies getting ready to leave for the service are left to right: August Ruza, Harold Knight, both of Powhatan and Dwayne McVay from Big Run. more »»

Tree Lumberjacks

October 10, 2014 THESE LUMBERJACKS are checking out these trees after they have been cut. It is an evergreen, long-lived, monoecious tree living 1200-1800 years or more. more »»

Coal Hauling

October 9, 2014 COAL HAULING was a major business several decades ago, and taking a rest after delivering 1200 bushels of coal to the Bumgardner Fruit Farm in the St. Clairsville area in 1933 or 1934 are George M. more »»

Child Laborers 1880

October 8, 2014 CHILD LABORERS in 1880. Child labor was widespread in agriculture and in industry in U.S. economy up until the early twentieth century but largely disappeared by the 1930. more »»

 
 
 

 

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