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'Harry Wheat' is on the far right.
Present in the photo are F. Fleming,  Rev Lawrence Bennet,  Mr. Radine,  Mr. Pelligrin,  Mr. Nailer and R. M. Davis.
On the far right in the front row is Cindy Hollingsworth.
A bird's eye view of Morgantown.
View of two men working in greenhouse.
View of man standing in greenhouse.
Students testing dairy products.
'Byron Ruth is pictured mixing asphalt in the civil engineering Laboratory at WVU.  The mix will be tested for road durability by a gyratory machine. In the background, aggregates obtained from all areas of West Virginia are kept in the cylindrical containers.'
'WVU Researcher Byron Ruth tabulates data from samples taken from various roads throughout the state.  Checking the compaction of each disk, Ruth receives samples from test roads in Wetzel, Monongalia, Berkeley, and Raleigh counties.'
'A circular section of the Raleigh County test highway in being removed to be investigated for its durability. The sample resembles the disk which is made in the WVU laboratory.'
Gyratory Testing Machine built by Engineering Developments Co., Inc.  Vicksburg, Miss.  Model 4C, ser. no. 5. Pat. No. 2972249.
Professor Summers teaching WVU Journalism students.
Professor and students after graduation ceremony.
Fire School students using hoses and entering a building.
Student carries sign 'Senator Byrd was a member of KKK'.
Graduation ceremony on the football stadium.
WVU graduates line up outside Reynolds Hall.
Left to right: Dr. James Batten, and Dr. Elias Costianes.
Two men with a portrait.
'Professor of Horticulture, College of Agriculture, Forestry, and Home Economics, is making final preparations for the Fortieth Annual State Vo-ag Judging Contests. Approximately 350 high school students from 35 State schools will register this afternoon for the three-day event.'
Dr. Clapp on left.
Work of art, ice statue.
Portrait of the Caruso family.
Wife of Arno Drucker, Asst. Professor of Music.
Joe Moss and a female student hanging a painting.
Joe Moss positioning a painting.
Head of the Department of Political Science, 1930-1940.
Standing third from left Povlovic.
Professor and Head of Agronomy and Genetics, College of Agriculture, Forestry, and Home Economics.
Assistant Professor of Agricultural Engineering, College of Agriculture, Forestry, and Home Economics.
Leroy Myers, right, graduate student at Michigan State University, has received a $3,000 annual fellowship for study in the field of city planning and urban renewal, according to Harold W. Lautner, left, head of the M.S.U. department of landscape architecture and urban planning. On behalf of the donor, the Sears-Roebuck Foundation, J.J. Roden, manager of the Sears store in Lansing, Mich., presents the fellowship certificate to Myers. An assistant professor of geography at West Virginia University, Myers will do advanced study at M.S.U. for the coming two years. Four other individuals studying city planning and urban renewal at other universities received similar awards.
'Joseph Moss, Teacher in Art, was the artist(or builder) who painted 'W. Va. Moon' Which won the W. Va. Centennial Prize for best painting by a W. Va. artist.'
Two presidents and their host meet to discuss the joint meeting of the Philosophy Section of the Ohio College Association and the West Virginia Philosophy Society held on the Ohio University campus during the weekend. They are, left to right, Virgil Hinshaw Jr., of Ohio State University, president of the Ohio group; Dr, Troy Organ of OU`s philosophy department, and William S. Minor of West Virginia University, president of the West Virginia society. Nearly 100 faculty and students from 20 colleges and universities attended the reading of papers and discussions during the two-day meet.