Logan, WV 1952 Centennial Celebration Photo Album

Logan, WV 1952 Centennial Celebration
Souvenir Photographs by Don Freeman

Logan Centennial Celebration 1952, Album Cover

1952 Centennial Souvenir Photo Album by Photographer, Don Freeman.

Special thanks to Deborah Durham, Director of the Museum in the Park and Ralph H. Mcneely for sharing the photos contained in this album.


More 1952 Centennial Parade Photos courtesy of David Solar.

If anyone can identify any of the individuals in these photos, please leave a comment.

The content on this page is for educational purposes and is used in accordance with the Fair Use Law (Per Title 17—United States Code—Section 107).

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12 Responses to Logan, WV 1952 Centennial Celebration Photo Album

  1. Carla Haslam Herkner says:

    Thank you so much for posting this album. I looked for my parents. Wonderful photos! ~Carla

  2. Charles D Isaacs says:

    Enjoyed the pictures and history.
    Doug Isaacs

  3. linda harkins says:

    linda harkins (granddaughter of john & delia ferrell, gratedandfater, uncle dike garrett. tom godby was married to my cusin marylee drake, daughter of eloise drake.the boy (Indian) that did the hoop dances was Carlo Zorio from huntington.

  4. Leslie Moore Rivers says:

    Larry Rogers, would you please FB friend me? I am Dr Moore’s granddaughter, Leslie Moore Rivers in Monroe, NC.

  5. Charlie Barnes says:

    Thank you so much for these! I am the little boy in the white jacket, standing on the float and holding the scepter. It is the 7th photo from the top. I was five year old, getting ready to start first grade.

    • Karen v Smittle says:

      I had forgotten you were on the Queen’s float. Our mothers were very good friends and Alpha meant a great deal to me.

      Karen Vannoy Smittle (Paul and Lucile Vannoy’s youngest daughter)

  6. Charlotte says:

    My dad, Evertte Riffe 1952-1980

  7. mister549 says:

    Beautiful!

  8. MOLLY HILEMAN says:

    LOVE THIS EVEN THRO IT WAS A FEW YEARS BEFORE MY TIME THIS IS PART OF MY HISTORY THANK YOU FOR SHARING THIS, I WAS BORN AT THE MOUTH OF CANEY AND GREW UP AT
    THE EAD OF CANEY AND WILL ALWAYS BE PROUD TO BE A WEST VIRGINIA GIRL

    MOLLY HILEMAN

  9. Rick Campbell says:

    This is an awesome contribution. I can’t even begin to tell you how much I enjoyed viewing these pictures. I only wish that more of those pictured were identified. Thanks for the post!

    • ralph mcneely says:

      hi rick.. i have just had this for 4 days i have to return it next week,, but i have asked anybody if they know anybody in the photos.. so when i find out anything i will tell franklin.. it was a lucky find for sure… glad you liked it…

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