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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.
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.
A view down University Avenue of the WVU campus, showing Commencement Hall, Stewart Hall, and Purinton House.
A view of the WVU campus looking down Maiden Lane, featuring Stalnaker or Women's Hall and Oglebay Hall in the distance.
WVU Athletic Field with view of Westover.
The Jr. OUAM Band poses on the front steps of Stewart Hall on the WVU campus, Morgantown, W.Va.
A view of Woman's Hall on the corner of Spruce and Willey Streets, Morgantown, W.Va., formerly known as Episcopal Hall.
A crowd of people, some in horse-drawn buggies, gathers in anticipation of the WVU Cadet Band.
View of WVU Athletic Field. Pictured in the background are the Armory, Stewart Hall, and Commencement Hall.
Members of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity WVU Chapter take a group photo outside of the fraternity house.
Portrait of an unidentified member of the WVU Cadet Corps.
View from about the present site of Women's Hall at WVU
View of interior of Stewart Hall when it was the library
View of interior of Stewart Hall when it was the library
View of Stewart Hall and University Avenue in Morgantown, W. Va.
Front view of Stewart Hall, WVU, which was once the administration building
Side view of Stewart Hall, which was once the administration building at WVU
Interior of Science Hall/Chitwood Hall. Testing equipment shown on the table.
Science Hall interior
The image shows the back of a female student rushing into Woodburn Hall.
Grounds of I.C. White property (where White Hall now stands) and WVU Library which was then in the Old Administration Building (now Stewart Hall).  On the Opposite side of the street is the old Lutheran Church which was torn down. A Lutheran student chapel now stands in its stead.
View of snow covered WVU Campus and surrounding Morgantown, W. Va.
View of present day site of E. Moore Hall
Image shows Woodburn Hall, Martin Hall, and the construction of Commencement Hall.
File was labeled "person on horse."  This is an image of Leila Jesse Frazier, one of the first women to graduate from the WVU School of Law in 1899. At the beginning of her time at the school of Law, she arrived in Morgantown unaccompanied from Martinsburg, W. Va. riding a horse in "man fashion."
View of the Monongahela River from the WVU campus in Morgantown, W. Va.
Photograph showing view of Monongahela River, Westover and Morgantown, W. Va.
Published by Stenger News Co. (From postcard collection legacy system--subject.)
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.