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Lets take a walk down memory lane to McComas, West Virginia a place many people CALLED HOME at one time. Although we no longer live there we'll never forget the time we spent there.

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I'm looking for photos of the McComas Post Office, Shoe Shop, Hoot Owl Inn and others. Does anyone have any?

Also a request has been sent to me for photos or information on the Ladies Basketball Team at McComas High School in the 1920s! Hoping someone can help. Thank you!

Click to view a McComas Aerial Photo 1948
Click to view a Pinnacle Aerial Photo
Click to view McComas Post Office 1925
(Lady on the Post Officeporch may have been the Post Master. If you recognize anyone else let me know! - photo supplied by Beverly Underwood)

McComas Community Center

McComas Community Center during its early days to enlarge - use your Back Button to return MHS Sports Participation Letter  Photo supplied by Tony Basconi November to enlarge - use your Back Button to return
McComas UMWA Local 5864 Band 1935, at Crane to enlarge - use your Back Button to return Mannering, WV between to enlarge - use your Back Button to return
McComas High School during its early days - so early the steps were not to enlarge - use your Back Button to return McComas High School around 1950 the work shop and steps are now to enlarge - use your Back Button to return

McComas High School (1925-1960)

Home to the BLUE and GOLD McComas LOADERS

There were 105 steps going up to the McComas High School according to Jackie (Curran) Howard.
Click here to see those same McComas High School Steps as of May 2001.
(if you can see them through the trees - 41 years after the school closed.)
Does it make you loose your breath just to remember walking up them?
I'm seeking contributions (data/pictures/memories) from anyone willing to share concerning
McComas History.
I'll gladly include it on these pages annotating the contributor.
As a recent convert to the wonders of family genealogy I'd like to stress that each and everyone of us need to pass on to our children their heritage. How often do we talk to them about their ancestors - or even what our lives were like in our youth. Many of us no longer live in a small close knit community like we were raised in. We had family and friends surrounding us and sharing in teaching us every day. Our children don't know where there roots started from unless we take the time and initive to teach them. Write it down, talk about it, visit old friends and places and introduce them to your children. Maybe re-introduce yourselves to them as well. It feels good!
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