December 4, 2006 / Photo Shoots
Daughter of Estate Owner in Appalachia
The town of Bramwell, “the pride of West Virginia’s southern tip,” sprang up almost overnight as a result of the 1800s coal-mining boom. It boasted more millionaires per capita than any other town in this country. It is where all the elite of coal mining (coal land owners, doctors, lawyers, etc.) areas in West Virginia lived.