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'Famed CBS correspondent Richard C. Hottelet is shown speaking at a Mar. 13, 1967 International Emphasis Series program.'
WVU Birthday Dinner of Feb. 13, 1967.
'Scene from the 100th Anniversary reception honoring Dr. and Mrs. Harry B. Heflin.  From left to right are shown: Ralph Bean, president of the WVU Board of Governors; Mrs. Heflin; Dr. Heflin; Donovan H. Bond, Exec. Dir of the 100th Anniversary observance; Mrs. Clifford Brown; David C. Hardesty, former president of the WVU student body; and Susan Brown Hardesty, Mrs. David Hardesty.
'Planning committee chairman Robert Dyck (left) chats with speakers David Hardesty (center) and Julius Singleton (right) at the June 28-29, 1967 'Man and His Community' symposium.'
'Scene from the Mar. 23-27, 1967 international meeting of the Association of Women Students held here during the 100th Anniversary observance shows, from left to right: David Hess, director of student educational services and assistant provost of WVU; Jim Mullendore, president of the WVU student body; David C. Hardesty, former president of the WVU student body; and Edward Eddy, president of Chatham College in Pittsburgh.'
'Legendary Father of the H-Bomb Edward Teller chats with students during his appearance here during the Oct. 5-7, 1967 Science-Writing symposium.'
'Two time winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, Linus Pauling (center), is introduced by moderator Vincent Traynelis, chairman of the WVU Dept. of Chemistry (right), as symposium committee chairman Guy Stewart, WVU prof. of Journalism (left), watches at the Science-Writing symposium Oct. 6, 1967.
'Professor of physics-at-large and legendary 'Father of the H-Bomb' Edward Teller (left) is shown speaking at a panel discussion of the Science-Writing Symposium, Oct. 6, 1967.  Also shown are panelists Harvey Rexroad, WVU prof. of physics (second from left), and George Diab, vice-president of WTRF-TV in Wheeling (second from right) and moderator John Troan, editor of the Pittsburgh Press (right).
'Two-time winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, Linus Pauling, is shown speaking at the Oct. 6, 1967 Science-Writing symposium.  Vincent Traynelis, WVU prof. and chairman of chemistry and moderator of the session, is shown at the right.'
'Dr. Edward Teller, prof. of physics-at-large at the University of California and the renowned 'Father of the H-bomb,' is shown speaking at the Science-Writing Symposium Oct. 5, 1967.'
'Dr. Edward Teller, professor of physics-at-large at the University of California and the renowned 'Father of the H-Bomb,' is shown speaking at the Science-Writing Symposium Oct. 5, 1967.'
'WVU pianist Herman Godes performed with the Philharmonia Hungaria at a Mar. 17, 1967 concert during the 100th Anniversary year.'
'Professor of physics-at-large and legendary 'Father of the H-Bomb' Edward Teller (center) chats with symposium planning committee chairman, Guy Stewart (right), and moderator John Troan, editor of The Pittsburgh Press (left).
The bell from the armored cruiser and battleship U.S.S. West Virginia, which was dedicated in a ceremony.
The Vice President of the United States Hubert Humphrey speaks at WVU for 100th Anniversary events.
'Will Geer and the commentator perform in 'An Evening's Frost,' Feb. 28, 1967.'
'Scene at the reception in the Mountainlair honoring the close of the 100th Anniversary year on Feb. 7, 1968 shows, from left to right: Maurice Brooks, prof. of forestry and wildlife management and a member of the 100th Anniversary executive committee; Festus Summers, University historian; Donovan H. Bond, exec, dir. of the 100th Ann. observance; David Zinn, president of the WVU student body for 1968-1969; Jim Mullendore, president of the WVU student body from 1967-1968; Gus Comuntzis, co-owner of Comuntzis' Restaurant who baked the birthday cake; and Sam Boyd, Jr., prof. and chairman of dram and a member of the 100th Ann. exec. committee.'
'Rev. Joe Gluck speaks at Dec. 7, 1967 dedication ceremonies for the bell from the armored cruiser 'U.S.S. West Virginia.'  Two other main speakers are shown seated in the first row: WVU President James B. Harlow (second from left) and Naval Reserve Captain Marlyn E. Lugar (third from left).
'Prof. of physics-at-large and legendary 'Father of the H-Bomb' Edward Teller (second from left) is shown at a panel discussion at the Oct. 6, 1967 Science-Writing symposium. Also shown are panelists Adam R. Kelly, editor of the Tyler County Star (left); Harvey Rexroad, WVU prof. of physics (second from right); and George Diab, vice-president of WTRF-TV in Wheeling (right).
'Dec. 7, 1967 ceremony dedicating the mast of armored cruiser 'U.S.S. West Virginia.'
WVU President James G. Harlow speaks at dedication ceremony of the bell from the armored cruiser and battleship U.S.S. West Virginia. Oglebay Hall is pictured in the background.
'Famed international figure Paul-Henri Spaak appeared at the WVU 100th Anniversary observance Nov. 2 1967'
Part of WVU 100th anniversary celebration.
Part of the WVU Centennial Celebration.
'Members if Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority and 100th Anniversary Office workers mail copies of the Charleston Gazette-Daily Mail's 100th Anniversary supplement, 'Threshold,' to WVU alumni.'
'Famed Russian pianist Yakov Zak appeared here Feb. 8, 1967 as a cultural event of the 100th Anniversary observance.'
'Members if Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority assist in mailing copies of the Charleston Gazette-Daily Mail's 100th Anniversary supplement, 'Threshold,' to WVU alumni.'
West Virginia University President James G. Harlow (left) and Naval Reserve Captain Marlyn E. Lugar are shown at dedication ceremonies for the bell from the armored cruiser and battleship U.S.S. West Virginia. In the background is Woodburn Hall and Chitwood Hall.
'WVU's 100th Anniversary Birthday Dinner.  In center is Marine Corps Brig. Gen. Earl E. Anderson, WVU alumnus, who appeared earlier in the day on the Alumni Headliner Series, speaking to WVU students.'
'100th Anniversary Birthday Dinner on Feb. 13, 1967.  The banquet was delayed six days due to an unexpectedly heavy snow storm.  Cutting the birthday cake are, left to right: Governor Hulett Smith, acting WVU President Harry B. Heflin, and Congressman Arch A. Moore.'
'History Symposium of Feb. 22-24 headlined Kentucky author Jesse Stuart and Arthur Schlesinger. Schlesinger is shown at left listening to Dr. John A. Caruso, chairman of the planning committee of the symposium at the Metropolitan Theatre.'
'100th Anniversary Birthday Dinner Cake-Cutting ceremonies.  Left to right are: Gov. Hulett Smith, acting WVU President Harry B. Heflin, and Congressman Arch A. Moore.'
West Virginia University President Elvis J. Stahr, Jr. is in the foreground
'Dr. Earl R. Boggs, WVU assistant to the President, introduces Dr. William C. Steere at Authors' Banquet of May 11, 1967.
WVU President Elvis Stahr listens.
'Dr. William C. Steere, director of the New York Botanical Garden, speaks at Authors' Banquet of May 11, 1967.
This is dinner was a part of the observance of WVU's 100th anniversary.
'100th Anniversary seal, designed by Ben Freedman of the WVU Art Department.'
At the WVU's 100th Anniversary Birthday dinner, from left to right: Mrs. Thomas White, Governor Smith, and Mr. Thomas White are seated at the head table.
'WVU Birthday Dinner of Feb. 13, 1967, from left to right: Governor Smith; Thomas White, president of WVU Alumni Association; Dr. Harry B. Heflin, acting WVU president; and Jack Canfield, aide to Governor Smith.'
'Part of head table at Feb. 13, WVU Birthday Dinner.  From left to right: those identifiable include: Elvis Stahr, president of Indiana University and former WVU President; Dave Jacobs, executive secretary of WVU Alumni Association; Congressman Arch Moore; Mrs. Thomas White, Governor Hulett Smith; Thomas White, president of the Alumni Association; Dr. Harry B. Heflin, Acting WVU president; Jack Canfield, aide to Governor Smith; and Irvin Stewart, past president of WVU.'
'Donovan H. Bond, Executive Director of the 100th Anniversary Observance, is seen speaking at the September 12, 1967 seminar, "The State University."  From left to right, others include: Keith Glancey, WVU Profesor of Education; Thomas Isaack, WVU Professor of Management; Thomas Canning, WVU Professor of Music; Ruel Foster, WVU Professor and Chairman of English and Chairman of the Seminar Planning Committee; Peter Muirhead, Associate U.S. Commissioner of Education; and James G. Harlow, President of WVU.'
'Peter Muirhead, associate U.S. commissioner of Education, is shown speaking at the Sept. 12, 1967 seminar on 'The State University.'  Also shown, from left to right, are: Keith Glancey, WVU Prof. of Education; Thomas Isaack, WVU Prof. of Management; Thomas Canning, WVU Prof. of Music; Ruel Foster, WVU Prof. and Chairman of English and Chairman of the semnar planning committee; and James G. Harlow, president of WVU.'
'Peter Muirhead, associate U.S. commissioner of education, is shown speaking at the Sept. 12, 1967 seminar on "The State University."  Also shown, from left to right, are: Keith Glancey, WVU prof. of education; Thomas Isaack, WVU prof. of management; Thomas Canning, WVU prof. of music; Ruel Foster, WVU prof. and chairman of English and chairman of the seminar planning committee; and James G. Harlow, president of WVU.'
'Famed Kentucky author Jesse Stuart (second from right) chats with WVU professors John Caruso, prof. of history and chairman of the symposium planning committee (left); J.P. Brawner, prof. of English (second from left); and Ruel Foster, prof. and chairman of English (right) at the Feb. 22-24, 1967 'Lessons of History,' symposium.'
'A scene from the Sept. 12, 1967 seminar, 'The State University,' shows, from left to right: Ruel Foster, WVU prof. and chairman of English and chairman of the seminar planning committee; Allan Ostar, executive director of the Association of State Colleges and Universities; Russell Thackrey, Russell, executive director of the National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges; David White, WVU director of Forestry and Prof. of Forestry Economics; Clark Sleeth, WVU Dean of Medicine; and Fred Harrington, President of the University of Wisconsin.
'Famous Kentucky writer Jesse Stuart (left) chats with WVU prof. Ruel Foster (Center) and planning committee chairman John Caruso (right) at 'Lessons of History' symposium Feb. 23, 1967.'