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Real-photo postcard of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Carmichaels, Cumberland Township, Greene County, Pennsylvania. Original, no photographer or printer listed. Included in the Walter “Blackie” Markiewich Postcard Collection, which was...

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These flood and damage images may be protected by the attorney-client privilege.

Image by Ted VanPelt National Press Photographers Association Region 3 chairman.

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Part of my collection of USA (Sheriff/County) law enforcement insignia

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Part of my collection of USA (Sheriff/County) law enforcement insignia

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New Cumberland WV

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Known locally as the "Coal Washer" this facility is owned and operated by National Coal Corp. It is situated in the New River Watershed. You should click on the map link and view this on the satellite image.

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Photograph believed to be of Henry Elbin's first wife, Judith (Fletcher) Elbin - daughter of Philip Fletcher & Mary Sullivan of Flintstone, Allegany County, Maryland. Handwritten inscription on back of photo reads, "Great Unc...

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LP Field™ is the home of the NFL's Tennessee Titans and the Tennessee State Tigers. 

Completed in 1999 — on time despite being hit by a tornado in 1998 — it seats approximately 69,000 fans, including about 12,000 club seats. Fans can w...

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Real-photo postcard of Armstrong's Drug Store in Carmichaels, Cumberland Township, Greene County, Pennsylvania. Labeled "Public Square, Carmichaels, Pa." Original, no photographer or printer listed. Included in the Walter ...

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Real-photo postcard of Sand Rocks near Carmichaels, Cumberland Township, Greene County, Pennsylvania. Original, no photographer or printer listed. Included in the Walter “Blackie” Markiewich Postcard Collection, which was passed to Brice &...

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Real-photo postcard of the Presbyterian Church in Carmichaels, Cumberland Township, Greene County, Pennsylvania. Original, no photographer or printer listed. Included in the Walter “Blackie” Markiewich Postcard Collection, which was passed to ...

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Real-photo postcard labeled "Public Square" in Carmichaels, Cumberland Township, Greene County, Pennsylvania. Original, no photographer or printer listed. Included in the Walter “Blackie” Markiewich Postcard Collection, which...

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Floating hostel in a retired sailing ship. Seen from Skeppsbron in Old City.

<i>The af Chapman, formerly the Dunboyne (1888–1915) and the G.D. Kennedy (–1923), is a full-rigged steel ship moored on the western shore of the islet Skeppsh...

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Union Cumberland Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.

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Circa 1865. Photograph looking north from High Street toward the Commons (later the parks) in Waynesburg, Greene County, Pennsylvania. On the upper-left is Union School, later known as North Ward. The church on the upper-right is the old Cumberlan...

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Part of my collection of USA (Sheriff/County) law enforcement insignia

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New Cumberland WV

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