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Left, Paul Spaak, Belgian Lecturer; Center, Donovan Bond, Director of Development; and Left, Vicki Bond.
A woman stands in front of the poll workers table.  From left to right: unknown male seated, Donovan Bond, Mrs. Dr. W. Anderson, Mrs. Ben Lynsky, unknown seated, unknown standing.'
Students, Donovan Bond, Mrs. James Harlow, Mrs. Donovan Bond.
'Scene from the Febuary 7, 1968 reception celebrating the official close of the 100th Anniversary year shows from left to right: Maurice Brooks, member of the 100th Anniversary executive committee; Festus Summers, WVU Historian; Donovan H. Bond, executive director of the 100th Anniversary observance; Jim Mullendore, president of WVU student body; Gus Comuntzis, whose restaurant, 'Comuntzis', baked the birthday cake; and Sam Boyd, Jr., member of the 100th Anniversary executive committee'.
'Scene at the reception in the Mountainlair honoring the close of the 100th Anniversary year on Feb. 7, 1968 shows, from left to right: Maurice Brooks, prof. of forestry and wildlife management and a member of the 100th Anniversary executive committee; Festus Summers, University historian; Donovan H. Bond, exec, dir. of the 100th Ann. observance; David Zinn, president of the WVU student body for 1968-1969; Jim Mullendore, president of the WVU student body from 1967-1968; Gus Comuntzis, co-owner of Comuntzis' Restaurant who baked the birthday cake; and Sam Boyd, Jr., prof. and chairman of dram and a member of the 100th Ann. exec. committee.'
At the reception in the Mountainlair Anniversary executive committees and others surround the WVU's Birthday Cake, from left to right: Maurice Brooks; Festus P. Summers; Donovan H. Bond; David Zinn; Jim Mullendore; Gus Communtzis; Sam Boyd, Jr.
'Famed international figure Paul-Henry Spaak (left) chats with 100th Anniversary executive director Donovan H. Bond and his daughter Vicky before Spaak's Nov. 2 1967 address.'
'Famed international figure Paul-Henri Spaak (center) speaks with WVU Editor John Luchok (left) and 100th Ann. Exec. Director Donovan H. Bond (right) before Spaak's Nov. 2, 1967 address.'
'Donovan H. Bond, Executive Director of the 100th Anniversary Observance, is seen speaking at the September 12, 1967 seminar, "The State University."  From left to right, others include: Keith Glancey, WVU Profesor of Education; Thomas Isaack, WVU Professor of Management; Thomas Canning, WVU Professor of Music; Ruel Foster, WVU Professor and Chairman of English and Chairman of the Seminar Planning Committee; Peter Muirhead, Associate U.S. Commissioner of Education; and James G. Harlow, President of WVU.'
'Donovan H. Bond, exec. dir of the 100th Ann. observance (left), Jim McCauley, research and graduate assistant of the 100th Anniversary Office (center), and Frank Carlomagno, assistant dir. of the WVU Foundation, Inc. (right) are shown at the "Man and His Community" symposium, June 28-29, 1967.'
'Donovan H. Bond, exec. dir. of the 100th Ann. Observance (right) chats with Harry Ernst, then Washington correspondent of the Charleston Gazette, at the June 29-29, 1967 "Man and His Community" symposium.'
'Famed CBS correspondent Richard C. Hottelet is shown at the Mar. 13, 1967 International Emphasis Series Program.  Also shown are Donovan H. Bond, exec. dir. of the 100th Ann. observance (left), and Roman Verhaalen, Dean of the Kanawha Valley Graduate Center (right).'
'Noted historian Arthur Schlesinger (right) chats with planning committee chairman John Caruso (left) and 100th Ann. Exec. director Donovan H. Bond (center) at Lessons of History symposium Feb. 22, 1967.'
Donovan Bond also in photograph.
'Scene from the 100th Anniversary reception honoring Dr. and Mrs. Harry B. Heflin.  From left to right are shown: Ralph Bean, president of the WVU Board of Governors; Mrs. Heflin; Dr. Heflin; Donovan H. Bond, Exec. Dir of the 100th Anniversary observance; Mrs. Clifford Brown; David C. Hardesty, former president of the WVU student body; and Susan Brown Hardesty, Mrs. David Hardesty.
A photograph of Senator Jennings Randolph (standing) behind Harley Staggers (left), Sargent Shriver (second from left), Paul Miller (second from right) and Don Bond (right).
Members of the Kiwanis Club stand near the Golden Anniversary Seal. Members include from left to right: 'Arthur Buehler, Edward V. McMichael, Foster Mullenax, and Don Bond.'
From left to right: unknown, unknown, Donovan H. Bond and Eugene L. Staples.
Left to right: Don Bond, Jas. Harlow, and Harry B. Heflin.