I have most of the markers in Wood County documented now. I posted some of them back in posts #38 and #39 in this thread and will post the others forthcoming. There has only been one that the records do not list as missing that I have not been able to find. It is titled "Parkersburg" and is supposed to be located at the Federal Building at the intersection of routes 14 and 68 in Parkersburg. I rode around that building looking for it till I was dizzy but never did locate it. I did not inquire about it inside the building but that is an option. Here is the first of the others that I have. And I appologize if I duplicate any that have already been posted but I didn't find any of them on pnomans list.............................. Sorry for the poor picture...the marker reads... "Established in January 1862 thru the leadership of Robert Simmons. First free school south of Mason-Dixon Line. Later named for abolitionist senator Charles Sumner. First high school class graduated, 1887. Closed in 1955 as state began integration of public schools. Gymnasium erected 1926. Renovated in 1990s as African-American museum and center." Here is the reverse side...... This marker is located at the intersection of 11th and Avery streets in Parkersburg.