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Left to right: President Irvin Stewart, C. E. Hodges (Board of Governors), E. J. Van Liere (medicine), P. I. Reed (dean of journalism), Professor Koehler (chemical engineering). Photo taken by Jack Hodge, first black graduate of West Virginia University.
Child wearing a cowboy hat, singing, and playing an accordion. 'Labor Temple.'
'Photo taken by Jack Hodge, first black West Virginia University graduate student.'
Left to right: Bobby Stone, Vaughn Kovach, Martha Woods, Virginia Wood, Margaret Curtis attending WVU elementary school.
'Receives Newspaper Award--James Russell Wiggins (right), vice-president and managing editor of the Washington Post and Times-Herald, is shown receiving the ninth annual citation of the Association for Education in Journalism in behalf of the newspaper. The presentation was by Professor J. Douglas Perry of Temple University. Dr. P.I. Reed of the University of West Virginia is in the center. The association`s annual meeting is under way here.'
Group examining cows in stalls.
Jaycees Exhibit at the Denver Convention Pgh. Airport and Pgh Gateway Center. Consol section is third from the left. Re-order Photo No.7045.
Front view of the home of Anna Jarvis, founder of Mother's Day.  Webster is near Grafton in Taylor County.
An exterior view of the Christ Church in Bunker Hill. 'Grave of Morgan Morgan to the rear of the edifice.'
Truckers may be attempting to cross a picket line.
An exterior view of Christ Church in Bunker Hill, Berkeley County.
A former shirt factory in Arthurdale that was bought by J.W. Ruby.  It is now a chicken farm.
'Bulldozers at work on top of hill for the University Medical School.'
An aerial view of downtown campus during WVU vs Pitt football game.
A group of individuals in a room with a display of books.  Some are seated and some are standing and engaged in a conversation.  Standing, third from left, Clifford Brown.  Seated, left to right, Grace Scott, Eston K. Feaster, rest unknown.
A back view of the Emanuel Benedum Home, where Michael L. Benedum was born in 1869.  The front of the house faces West Main Street
Frank Knight- Gazette (Chas.); Bill Evans- Fairmont Times; John Amos- Moderator; Walter Hart- Morgantown Dominion News
Standing left to right : Guy Hoffman (6th District), William J. Staddon (2nd District), James Q. Papas (4th District), Allen Hudkins (4th District), Rene Zabeau (3rd District). Seated: Ruth Ann White (5th District), C.V. Baumann (1st District).
Left to right: Guy Hoffman (6th District), Ruth Ann White (5th District), William J. Staddon (2nd District), James Q. Papas (4th District), Allen Hudkins (4th District), C.V. Baughman (1st District), Rene Zabeau (3rd District).
Currently on the site the Benedum Civic Center stands.
Michael Benedum's plane landed at Benedum Airport.
The station was on East Main Street at the bottom of Fifth Street. Between 1955 and 1958 it was known as Don and Bob's City Service Center and Don and Bob's Sinclair Service Center, after owners Don Mayo and Bob Davis.
Mr. John M. Olin, President of Olin Industry, Inc.; Mr. Thomas S. Nichols, President and Chairman of Mathieson Chemical Corporation.
Michael Benedum and his plane 'The Wildcatter' at the Benedum Airport in Bridgeport, W. Va.
Michael Benedum and his plane 'The Wildcatter' at Benedum Airport in Bridgeport, W. Va.
"Erected in 1788 on head waters of Birchfield Run now owned by L. H. Cather of Fairmont, W. Va. Part of this building is still standing and is occupied."