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Female students in class at Oglebay Hall. The hall was renovated in 1952.
Woman identified as Helen Waters, Hazel Dillon, Dorothy A. Schultz, Daisy Davis, and Dorothy Harris.
Built in 1905.
Victorine Louistall Monroe was the first African-American woman to earn a graduate degree from WVU. She joined the faculty in 1966 as a professor of library science.
WVU students and faculty pose in classroom.  The group appears to be a chemistry class.
One of the engineers is wearing a robot costume.
A view of Woodburn Circle including Martin, Chitwood, and Woodburn Halls taken from the Falling Run Bridge.
Members of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity WVU Chapter take a group photo outside of the fraternity house.
Med students during lab, hold up a cadaver for group portrait.
Spangler subsequently became a member of the WVU faculty as a Professor of Biology
Dr. Robert Armstrong, English Department, West Virginia University.
A Physics student works on Nier Mass Spectroscope to measure ratio of the gas contents of a mixture.
Students in advanced study often rely on highly specialized equipment to aid their studies.
Students operate a pill making machine.
Pharmacy students receive instructions and actual practice in filling and processing prescriptions. Shown here is students working such tasks in a lab.
Students examine raw materials under microscope in Pharmacology lab.
Students listen attentively to a professor while she talks about human physiology.
Students of Medical Technology examine specimen in the lab while a professor watches them over.
A student keeps records while other conducts experiments.
Students studying heart beat of a frog in the Biology Lab.
'Lloyd M. Jones(left) presenting check to Director of Athletics Robert N. Brown(right) for refund of sales tax from State Tax Commissioner for tax(sales)inadvertently paid to the State of W. Va. on room and meal for athletes in dormitories paid from the Athletic Fund.'
A photograph of two men standing in front of a classroom working on a safety lamp.
A photograph of a student working on a drawing of a ventilation system.
A portrait of an unidentified man with a holiday message.
A portrait of an unidentified group on the steps of a building.
A photograph of two men standing in front of the West Virginia Mine Rescue Car from the Department of Mines.
A photograph of men in safety gear, wearing breathing equipment.
A photograph of a group of men partaking in safety training.
A man climbing a ladder as part of a safety training exercise.  Tennis courts on Beechurst Avenue visible below.
A man suspended from a harness as part of safety training with onlookers below.
A man on a ladder during safety training.  WVU Tennis courts on Beechurst Avenue visible.
Photo from WVU College of Mineral Resources Scrapbook
Photo from WVU College of Mineral and Energy Resources Scrapbook.
Photo from WVU College of Mineral and Energy Resources Scrapbook.
Photo from WVU College of Mineral and Energy Resources Scrapbook.
From WVU College of Mineral and Energy Resources Scrapbook.
From WVU College of Mineral and Energy Resources Scrapbook.
The mast lays in a field before it is erected at West Virginia University's Memorial Plaza, which is located directly in front of Oglebay Hall.
Standing in the middle is Betty Boyd, on the  left in plaid is Sarah Lilly, on the right facing front is Ann Sleeth, Craig Michel is seated to her right.
This class photograph was taken on the steps outside Colson Hall. None of the subjects are identified.
The first black graduate of WVU in 1954, Hodge became a journalist and subsequently a newspaper editor at the News American in Baltimore. He also taught at Howard University in Washington D. C.
'The Beanery' at WVU poses on a front porch. Identified are: Charles Alexander Ellison, second row, second from right in uniform; Addison Dunlap Ellison, third row front right, in uniform, hand on his brother's shoulder.'
Left to right, Mrs. Jean Penrod, President Elvis Stahr, Mary Davis Gerchow, Mrs. Stahr, Penrod, R.M. Davis.
Mrs. Betty Broyles (faculty) and Mrs. Hayden Jones.
Left to Right:  Harold Shamberger, Assistant to the President; Maynard Pride, Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery; John Luchok, University Editor, Acting Director of News and Information Services; C. Gregory Van Camp, Director, Radio, Television and Motion Pictures.
Standing second back row, Dr. Harry Heflin; Standing fifth back row, Dr. Robert Munn.
Playing the Game 'The Last Straw' with a young child.
Left, Dean of Medicine Clark Sleeth; Center, Dr. Paul Dudley White; Right, Van Liere (former Dean). White is famous in the field of cardiology, and served as President Eisenhower's cardiologist after his heart attack. He appears to be holding a model or cast of a heart, and may have been invited here to speak.
'Left to right: C.P. Dorsey (state 4-H club leader), Mrs. Mary Rose Jones (Assistant Professor of Home Economics, Chairperson Aids and Grants Committee, College of Agriculture Forestry and Home Economics), Dr. A.H. Van Landingham (Acting Dean, College of Agriculture and Forestry and Home Economics), G.W. Melvin (Representative, Esso Standard Oil Company, Morgantown, W.Va.), M.F. Kennedy (Representative, Esso Standard Oil Company, Fairmont, W.Va.), Edwin Townsend (Wood County, Senior, College Agriculture, Forestry, and Home Economics), John Wolfenbarger (Greenbrier County, Freshman, College of Agriculture, Forestry and Home Economics), J.O. Knapp (Director, Agricultural Extension Service, West Virginia University).'
Weaver, far left; Longhouse, Chairman of Engineering, second from left; Chester Arents, Dean of Engineering, standing; Harold B. Fairbanks, Chemical Engineering, second from right; Howard P. Simons, Chemical Engineering, right.
'Right, Roy Bauchman and Left, Daniel L. Rider'
'Left to right: Beatrice Hurst, Pete Yost, Wincie Carruth.'
'Left, Dean Varney of the WVU College of Agriculture; Center, S. S. Sears Winner National. Right, Dr. Russell Butler, Professor of Agriculture and Education.'
Left to right, Ira Deward Porterfield, Professor and Head of Dairy Husbandry, Clark Hardman Taylor, Dairy Farm Superintendent.
Left to right, top row:  Engineering Head, Professor Roland P. Davis; Mine Advisor, Professor C. E. Lawall; Electrical Engineer, Professor A. F. Forman; Takes Care of Campus, Professor John B. Grumbein; Teaches Mechanics, Professor G. P. Boomsliter; Director of Fires Service, Professor L. V. Carpenter; Chemical Head, Professor W. W. Hodge; Serves as Advisor, Professor L. D. Hayes.
Printed from WVC neg by WVU Department of Radio, T.V., and Motion Pictures for WVU Centennial filmstrip.
'1900-1920 Faculty.'
Dr. Daniel Hale; age 63, died 1975/09/30.
Senator Robert Byrd and Dr. Dan Hale, M. D. (Second from Right,) .
'1920-1923, 1930-1959'.
'Professor of Secondary Education 1920-1923., Dean of College of Education and Secondary Education of the Graduate Council, 1930-1959.'
Anthony Berg, 1888-1948