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I look at the pictures of Clendenin with great sadness. It has always been a special place for my family. My father's first job out of college was at the petro-chemical plant in Clendenin, and he spent his entire career with Union Carbide. He met and married my mother in Clendenin, and I was born in my grandparent's house on Koontz Avenue (named for my grandfather, Luther V. Koontz). Although we moved to Indiana when I was seven, we visited Clendenin every summer, and I have wonderful memories of the times spent with relatives and friends there.

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Joy, love and prayers to everyone involved with this site! I have lived in lots of places but there can only be one West Virginia! How very blessed I am to have roots there!

Added: July 4, 2016
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Hello,

Does anyone know if the WV Brick Company kept any records of their employees or employers? I was told years ago that my grandfather use to work there. But I can't find anything Thanks.

Admin reply: I'm sure they did, but have no idea where you'd find them if they even still exist.


Added: June 26, 2016
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Hello,

This is a wonderful site. Also praying for the people of clendenin, and surrounding areas.


Added: June 25, 2016
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Jerry, you are doing such a phenomenal thing for the continuance of our state history. I can't thank you enough.
My wife and I have been trying to save a little piece of that history ourselves. About 15 years ago we bought the worst house in the best neighborhood. Our home was built c1893 and for these many years I've tried so hard to find any photograph that ties our home to its past.
The original owner had a business downtown called "Stolle and Son Jewelers" Our home is listed as the Stolle-Surber house on the National Register. If you have or know where I could find any photographs that may relate to my house, I'd be eternally grateful.
I peruse your page often and have learned SO MUCH! It is one of my favorite sites on all the web.
Thank you again for all your effort.

Admin reply: OK, will do!


Added: May 10, 2016
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Hello Jerry,
Love your web site!

I have a question that I hope you might help with. I have a very short section of cast iron fence built into my house. I was told it might have come from the old capitol building. Since the house was built in the mid- to late-30s, the timing is right. But I have been unable to find any photos of the old capitol that show the fence. Do you, by any chance, have anything that would show that fence?

Thanks!

Admin reply: Image sent.


Added: April 27, 2016
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The best pizza in Charleston was Angela's Pizza ther were 2 locations E Washington st and Five corners. Can anyone remember who owned them?

Added: April 13, 2016
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You do not have any pictures of Charleston Cut Flower. It is oldest florist in Charleston! They used to be on Capitol St before Charleston National Bank was built on the entire city block. They relocated to the west side on Iowa & 5th St. My grandfather founded the company and my grandmother managed it until her death. They deserved to be mentioned in your history of our great WV city.

Admin reply: The only photos I have are what people give me. You or your family obviously haven't given me any.


Added: March 27, 2016
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Love the photographs brings back a lot of memories I grew up on the west side of Charleston open magazine holler I now live Putnam County on Red House Hill I Love the photos the more I can see the more I like them thanks.

Added: March 25, 2016
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very humbling to see pics from my hometown...I am searching for information on my mother KAREN LOISE CARPENTER SIZEMORE. she lived in seth wv..later moved to gallipolis ohio, springfield, and Fairborn ohio..any info is greatly appreciated.......thank you so much..

Added: January 15, 2016
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