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The Longest Bar

November 7, 2013 RECOGNIZED AS being “The longest bar in the World,” was located on North Lincoln Ave., Bridgeport, was operated under the name of “The Acorn Liquor 60”. more »»

Mary and Paddy Connors

November 6, 2013 TAKING?A? break from doing housework and yardwork were Mary and Paddy Connors. more »»

Early 1950's

November 5, 2013 BELLAIRE MAYOR John J. Saunders was confronted with the usual summer time problem of teenage and summer vacation speedsters. He knew something should be done. more »»

1989 Pony League Champs

November 4, 2013 UNBEATEN CHAMPIONS of the Martins Ferry Pony League in 1989 were these members of the Expos who finished with a perfect 11-0 mark. more »»

Imperial Glass and Hayshed "Barn"

November 2, 2013 IN 1983, this picture shows the Imperial Glass Corporation where many beautiful pieces of glassware were made. more »»

"Big Red Trio"

November 1, 2013 “BIG REDS” Forever. This trio. more »»

"The Clown Wins"

October 31, 2013 DELORES FROHNAPFEL poses for a picture dressed as a Clown, where she won first prize during a Halloween Party in October of 1990, at the former Stone & Thomas Department Store in downtown Wheeling. more »»

"Tacoma Streaks"

October 30, 2013 IN 1984, the kids from Tacoma decorated their bikes and participated in the Pumpkin Festival Parade. The kids had a “bike gang” called the Tacoma Streaks. more »»

Friends Skating Together

October 29, 2013 THESE FRIENDS were having a good time skating together on the sidewalk on a pretty spring day. They are: Ashley Wiggins, Bethany Wallace and Shaye Wallace. more »»

Childhood Friends

October 28, 2013 THREE NEIGHBORS and childhood friends on Market Street, Tiltonsville. The firehouse is in the background. more »»

West Virginia Penitentiary in 1866

October 26, 2013 THE CONSTRUCTION of the West Virginia Penitentiary began in 1866, and was built in part using convict labor. The primary building was gray sandstone which was shipped from Grafton, and Wheeling, W. more »»

1995 BHS State Runner-ups

October 25, 2013 FIRST EVER in the history of Bellaire High School, these young men went 10-0 and were State Runner-ups in the State Championship Game in 1995. more »»

Tiltonsville Snow of 1960

October 24, 2013 THIS PICTURE was taken January of 1960 on Market Street, Tiltonsville. You can see Tiltonsville City Building and Fire Department in the background. Gathered are neighbors and friends. more »»

McLure House, Wheeling, W. Va.

October 23, 2013 THE MC LURE HOUSE, Wheeling, W. Va., was constructed in 1851, has a long impressive history. Union General Wm. G. Rosecrans once chose the hotel to be the headquarters of the Army of Western Virginia. more »»

Getting ready for May Procession

October 22, 2013 GETTING READY for the May Procession are Marylee Mayeres (in front) and Sally Connors Flowers (in back). more »»

Methodist Youth Group in Tiltonsville

October 21, 2013 IN 1961 this was the Methodist Youth Group in Tiltonsville, lead by the Rev. Paul Clark. The church has now been replaced by a newer one, but remains in the same location on Grandview Avenue. more »»

Riverfront in Wheeling about 1910

October 19, 2013 THE VIEW of Wheeling’s Riverfront was taken about 1910. Clearly visible is the Pennsylvania Railroad Station, Sternwheeler docked at the Wharf. more »»

Unusual Post Card

October 18, 2013 UNUSUAL POST card, postmarked 1909 depicts the Barnesville Public School building as it appeared at the turn of the century. more »»

3rd Grade Class - Rose Hill School

October 17, 2013 MISS KATE’S third grade class picture, 1963-64 at Rose Hill School. more »»

Mingo Junction - 1950's

October 16, 2013 IN THE late 1950s Mingo Junction was a bustling steel town. There were many businesses to choose from. This was the 5 and 10 run by the Boyer family. more »»



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