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'Left to right, unknown, Dean J. Lester Hayman, College of Pharmacy; F. M. Dent, McVicker`s Pharmacy.'
'The West Virginia University Animal Husbandry Farm on Stewartstown Road has been a headquarters for livestock research in West Virginia for more than 40 years.  Experiment Station animal husbandmen are conducting research in many phases of livestock breeding, feeding, and management here and at the Reymann Memorial Farms in Wardensville, a substation of the University's Agricultural Experiment Station.'
Coach Lewis and a group of students.
'Part of Parks and Playgrounds Committee. Organized 1921-reactiviated 07/01/1957. Left to right-Seated: John S. Walker, C. W. Thornburg, George S. Wallace, H.O. Dunfee. Standing: Lucian W. Blankenship, Coleman Staats, and Frank Wallace.'
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.
Winter scene at the Blackwater Lodge.
Seated, front row, far left is Beth Walters.  Second row, second from right is Susan Courtney (Shriver.)  Second row, seventh from left is Jim Herod.
Man operating a JMC1 continuous miner.
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.
'A SETAF H-34 Helicopter of the 202 Army Aviation Company gently lowered a 600 pound copper angel to the top of the 175 foot Church tower of Sacile, near Udine, Italy Today. The 16 Century tower originally bore a wooden angle which was destroyed by earthquake and bombardment. The statue is slowly lowered by Captain William M. Strawn, Jr., and First Lieutenent Raymon F. Warner while SP-2 Richard L. Boyd, inside the craft, directed the Army crew and Italian workmen in the delicate task.' 'US Army Photograph'.
'The 600-pound bronze angel statue is slowly lowered onto the tower of the 175-foot church at Sacile, near Udine by a SETAF H-34 Helicopter of the 202nd Army Aviation Company. The helicopter is piloted by Captain William M. Strawn, Jr, and 1st Lieutenant Ramon F. Warner, while SP2 Richard L. Boyd, inside the craft directed the Army crew and Italian workmen in the delicate task. The 16th Century tower originally bore a wooden angel which was destroyed by earthquake and bombardment. 16 August 1957.' 'Please Credit U.S. Army Photograph.'
Four men working in the Pocahontas Fuel Company laboratory.
Aerial view of the town of Cranberry 'Foreground' and the town of Prosperity 'Background.'
Two people pull a float in the parade.
A float made for Homecoming parade with an reference for an upcoming Football match with University of Syracuse 'Orange Men'.
Delta Tau Delta float in homecoming parade by Delta Tau Delta with a reference for an upcoming football match with Syracuse 'Orangemen'.
A few farm workers on a field with cattle; 'Fine herds and flocks of University animals are kept at the farm, where they are used in teaching animal science to students in the College of Agriculture, Forestry and Home Economics.  They are also used in the many research projects with beef, swine and sheep raising.'
2nd from left: Dr. Irvin Stewart, 3rd from left: Gov. Underwood.
Corner of High and Pleasant Streets.
A float in homecoming parade depicting igloo and seal with a reference for an upcoming football game with Syracuse 'Orangemen'.
Replaced Richard Kennett, who resigned April 15, 1957.
'First row, far left is Nancy Kurkendall(sp)- freshman, and far right is Harriett Bauld- sophomore'
'Dean of the College of Law; Willamette University; Salem, Oregon'
'William Hornsby (center) being interviewed by Rene Zabeau (left) and Glen Armstrong, Educ. Dir. W. Va. SFL.'
'William Hornsby, 87 years old Gallipolis, Ohio--Eureka Star Route; 3rd Dist. V.P. of W. Va. SFL--Elected at 1903, Conv. in Huntington.'
"Merger Agreement Signed- Culminating months of negotiations between W. Va State Federation of Labor (A.F.L) and the W. Va State Industrial Union Council (C.I.O), representatives of both groups formally sign an agreement on September 24, 1957 which paved the way for the merger convention on November 22, 1957. Shown (seated, left to right) are Benjamin W. Skeen, S.F.L secretary-treasurer; E. A. Carter, S.F.L president; Oscar L. Davis, I.U.C president and Miles C. Stanley, I.U.C secretary treasurer;(standing, left to right) Rene V. Zabeau and James Q. Papas, S.F.L vice-presidents; Rezin Hudkins, John Lambert and Charles Hess, I.U.C vice-presidents."
Former Vice President of Federation, Charleston City Building Inspector, 1957.
The Ford Garage is on East Main Street in Bridgeport, W. Va.; the Bell Studio is to the right and John Utt building is demolished in 2008.
From left to right, Cecil Underwood, John L. Lewis and President Irvin Stewart.