Teamsters Near Denmar - 1916
This group of teamsters worked for the Maryland Lumber Company at Camp No. 14 near Denmar. The photograph was taken on May 20, 1916. Historical Society files indicate that one teamster is identified: Reed Griffith is fourth from the right wearing the bibbed overalls. (Photo courtesy of Pocahontas County Historical Society , ID: PHS000101)
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If you have photographs or documents to be scanned for the county Historical Archive Project contact Preservation Officer B. J. Gudmundsson at 304-799-3989 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
“Preserving Pocahontas” will have a booth at the Little Levels Heritage Fair on June 22 and 23. Please stop by and visit us in the McNeel gymasium. Learn more about our Historic Archive Project and how you can share your photos with others. Feel free to bring photographs and documents that you would like to have scanned. The Preservation Officer will be there to answer your preservation questions.
Also at the Heritage Fair will be a photographic exhibit on “People and Places in the Historic Little Levels.” Photographs have been provided by local residents as well as the Historical Society and the county archives. The exhibit is under the direction of Ruth Taylor and curated by B. J. Gudmundsson. The photographic reproductions are done by Dr. Arthur E. Kreft with the Pocahontas County Arts Council.
See you at the Fair!