Smithsonian Photo Exhibit
Take A Visual Tour Of Logging In West Virginia
The "Way We Worked" is adapted from an exhibition developed by the National Archives about the history of work in America. The exhibit focuses on why we work, the needs our jobs fulfill, and how we identify with work as individuals and communities. Currently on display in Marlinton West Virginia, the collection also showcases a pictorial history of the logging industry in the rugged mountains of West Virginia at the turn of the century. These rare photographs offer a visual glimpse to a time when timber was king in The Mountain State.
FOR MORE INFORMATIONWest Virginia Humanities Council
Person Interviewed: B.J. Gudmundsson
Title: Pocahontas County Historical Preservation Officer
Date: September 10 thru October 22
Location: Pocahontas County, West Virginia
Address: 708 2nd Avenue Marlinton, WV 24954
Phone: 304 799-4636
Fax: 304 799-4649
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