County focus of Goldenseal stories
A read through the Spring 2012 edition of Goldenseal looks a whole lot like home.
Goldenseal magazine records "West Virginia Traditional Life." But at least one of this issue's stories is not so traditional.
The stories and the promos are as follows:
"The Lady is a Fireman" tells the story of Amy McGrew, of Cass.
"McGrew is a hard-working woman who can fire a steam locomotive with the best of them at Cass Scenic Railroad State Park," Carl E. Feather.
"Fair Dealing" records the history of C. J. Richardson Hardware, and the Richardson family.
"Richardson's Hardware is the place to go for everything from nuts and bolts to furniture and appliances in downtown Marlinton," Carl E. Feather.
"In Close Touch with Reality," Photographer Lewis Hine. Photos of Pleasant Green School, the Buckeye Schoolhouse, Greenbank Consolidated School and more are a gift from a certain time in this county's history.
"Photographer Lewis W. Hine captured some memorable and endearing images in Pocahontas County during the 1920s," Raymond Alvarez.
Also included in the Spring issue is an ad for the 36th Annual Vandalia Gathering, which shows the Bing Brothers Band and Jake Krack performing. The Bing Brothers will be featured in the Summer issue of Goldenseal.