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Can You Identify – September 11, 2013

Can You Identify 09-09-13 Method Church Picture early 1900's.

Clay Methodist Church, 1927 This week’s picture is taken below the Clay Methodist Church that burned in 1927. I have been told that this picture was taken to the left of the old courthouse if one would be standing on the street looking up at the building. We do not know anything about this picture and if any one could help us identify the occasion, More...

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Swandale- Bernard Spindler
By Clay Free Press On Wednesday, September 4th, 2013
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Can You Identify – September 4th, 2013

Previous / Next image #gallery-1 .gallery img { border: 0px; margin: 0px; } This week we are presenting a gallery of six pictures that we hope that you will enjoy. I would like to thank Juilette Cobb, Betty More...

Can You Identify.Clay Red Man
By Clay Free Press On Wednesday, August 28th, 2013
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August 28th, 2013

On this photograph is written, “50 ANNIVERSARY SESSION, IMP. ORDER OF RED MEN AND DAUGHTERS OF POCAHONTAS, CHARLESTON, WEST VA. MAY 11 – 12, 1920.” This week I am happy to present you with a picture that I More...

Can You Identify 08-19-13 Widen School 1950's
By Clay Free Press On Wednesday, August 21st, 2013
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August 21, 2013

I hope that you enjoyed the story written by Helen Morris Gray about the William Morris, Sr., family as much as I did. I believe there are many intriguing stories like this that make up the tragic but yet wonderful More...

Can You Identify 08-12-13 photo
By Clay Free Press On Wednesday, August 14th, 2013
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August 14th, 2013

The responses to the pictures in last week’s paper have been very impressive and I thank everyone who has taken the time to contact me. The one picture of Woodrow Morris was taken on Twenty Mile and was taken More...

Leatherwood Grade School 1948
By Clay Free Press On Thursday, August 8th, 2013
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August 7th, 2013

This week I am focusing again on retired school teachers and their students. The Clay County Historical Society is still continuing the project of compiling a book on retired teachers and it should be very special.   More...