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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.
Dr. Dadisman looking at photographs.
Dr. Ambler was a Professor of History at WVU.
Berkeley served as Chairman of the Faculty 1883-1885 .
Anthony Berg, 1888-1948
Professor Emeritus, West Virginia University History Department.
'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).'
'1900-1920 Faculty.'
Possibly Armstrong Hall.
'Professor of Secondary Education 1920-1923., Dean of College of Education and Secondary Education of the Graduate Council, 1930-1959.'
'Left, Dean Varney of the WVU College of Agriculture; Center, S. S. Sears Winner National. Right, Dr. Russell Butler, Professor of Agriculture and Education.'
C. G. Barbe standing center with hand bag.
Homer Patrick, Instructor.
Professor of History at West Virginia University.
Betty Boyd in suit on right.
'Former ambassador: Joseph Farland of Morgantown; Paul Miller in background.'
'WVU Engineering School Scene.'