Search Constraints

You searched for: Format image/tiff Remove constraint Format: image/tiff Source A&M 2862, Governor Arch A. Moore Jr. papers, West Virginia & Regional History Center, West Virginia University Libraries Remove constraint Source: A&M 2862, Governor Arch A. Moore Jr. papers, West Virginia & Regional History Center, West Virginia University Libraries Subject Topical Water Remove constraint Subject Topical: Water

Search Results

Elk River from the bridge at Gassaway, W.Va. The headwaters of this river are in the Monongahela National Forest.
A photograph of Lake Sherwood, located in Greenbrier County, W.Va.
A photograph of "The Sinks," where the head of Gandy Creek disappears through a cavern. The stream emerges about 3/4 miles away.
A black and white photograph from the base of Blackwater Falls.
A black-and-white photograph of a fishing pool on North Fork of South Branch, Potomac River above Petersburg, W. Va. A large rock structure, shaped in an upside down V, with a cave entrance can be seen.
A photograph of the Gauley River looking upstream from the railroad bridge at Gauley Bridge.
Congressman Arch A. Moore, Jr. with a group of men presumed to be working on the Harmon Creek Watershed. Front Row, Left to Right:   Paul Altomarice, John Fozzi; 2nd Row, Left to Right: John C. Moore, Mayor Frank Rybka, Chester Barnabie, Congressman Arch A. Moore; Back Row, Left to Right: Edie Mallnowski, Pete Sokalowski, Thos Evans, James Lord, City Manager and John Cromwell.
Looking up Shaver's Fork from the Island at Stuart Recreational Area.
Photograph from the base of Blackwater Falls.
North Fork Valley from Wildcat Hill in the Monongahela National Forest.
Aerial view of Summit Lake. A popular recreation lake that was built cooperatively with the West Virginia Conservation Commission.