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Lt. Col. F. K. Everest, Chief of Flight Test Operations Laboratory at Edwards Air Force base, Calif., and test pilot for the North American F-200, unofficially set a new world speed record of 754.96 miles per hour over a 15 kilometer course in an F-100 "Super Sabre" along the Salton Sea in California, 29, October 1953.'
Two people pull a float in the parade.
A float made for Homecoming parade with an reference for an upcoming Football match with University of Syracuse 'Orange Men'.
Delta Tau Delta float in homecoming parade by Delta Tau Delta with a reference for an upcoming football match with Syracuse 'Orangemen'.
A few farm workers on a field with cattle; 'Fine herds and flocks of University animals are kept at the farm, where they are used in teaching animal science to students in the College of Agriculture, Forestry and Home Economics.  They are also used in the many research projects with beef, swine and sheep raising.'
A float in homecoming parade depicting igloo and seal with a reference for an upcoming football game with Syracuse 'Orangemen'.
The front end of the car completely smashed from an accident on University Avenue.
From left to right: Chas. Nailer, Geo. Humphrey (Chairman of Board Consol Coal), Geo. Love and Ben Fairless.
Rees from Follansbee, W. Va., earned a straight A average at WVU for four years.
Left to Right:  Unknown, Martin Piribek, Charles Nailer, John Hardesty, Benny Wright.
A photo clip from West Virginia Newspaper Pub. Co. "Let's Get Acquainted" section shows president Irvin Stewart at desk discussing blueprint in front of him with others.
Group portrait of band members with their instruments.
A Football player rides on a float with a golden elephant.
Left to right, Ira Deward Porterfield, Professor and Head of Dairy Husbandry, Clark Hardman Taylor, Dairy Farm Superintendent.
'Center, front row, Mike Cobun.'
From left to right: Bob Yagle, Mr. Dent, Herald Bennett, Kenneth Kincaid, and Bob Hartley.
On the right is Elmer Prince.
Hillside with wooden tipple in the background.
'Gasorama Chairman Kenneth Kincaid 'far right' presenting Gasorama tickets to, left to right, Ward Stone, Collins Veach, and Bob Yagley for the Kiwanis Club's annual Gasorama to be held at a local gas station on Tuesday June 17th.  All club members were presented with tickets which will be sold to the public to help finance the Kiwanis youth program.  The ticket purchaser will obtain gas at the regular station price by cashing in his tickets for the above day.  The service station manager is donating his profit for that day.'
Two men shake hands as one is presented with a certificate of merit.
From left to right the people are:  Taylor boy, Fred Elig, Cliff Haugh, Pauline Trickett and Ken Maderia.
Left to right are Bernard Wytko, Cliff Hough and Ben Ulrich, Councilmen of Morgantown, West Virginia.
Group portrait of the Benevolent Protective Order of the Elks of Morgantown.
In the front row on the right is Harry Howell.
Mrs. Elmer Durk, second from right.
From left to right: PGH Engineer, Dean R. P. Davis, and Mr. Burchinal.
A group of students gathered in front of a fire place in Elizabeth Moore Hall.  Some students are named: Top Row from left to right 1) Unknown 2) Unknown 3) Unknown 4) 'Mike' Oliver 5) Unknown; Middle Row 1) Unknown 2) Barbara Sayre 3) Ruth Ann Walker 4) Carolyn Miller 5) 'Vickie' Vickers; Bottom Row --all unknown.
South University Avenue near city limits and Cobun Creek in winter. The buildings along the road are Morgantown Hydraulics, Dwelling, Core's Grocery, and the last house up the hill is the Bruce Ross House.