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Eugene A. Carter rides his horse in front of a parade in Charleston, W. Va.
'At left is Eugene A. Carter.'
A photograph of Henry Kiser (right) shaking hands with Eugene A. Carter (left).
'Philip M. Kaiser, Assistant Secretary of Labor, addresses the 1951 Morgantown Labor Day Celebration.  George A. Crago, third from left, was master of ceremonies for the affair.  Labor and government representatives shown on the speakers stand are, left to right, Richard Kennel, reception committee, commissioner of Labor 1957-.  William Quinn, AFL organizer; Crago, William Radford, AFL labor union; William Hynes, UMW District 4 president, Kaiser, Senator M.M. Neely, State Attorney General William Marland, Eugene A. Carter, state federation of labor AFL president and T. C. Dethloff, AFL organizer.  Senator Harley M. Kilgore was seated directly behind the speaker and is not shown in the picture.
President Carter on left and Secretary Andrews on right.
'Left to right: Ollie Martin, delegate from Charleston Stereotypers local; Bruce Campbell, Southern W. Va. AFL Organizer; Mrs. Campbell, Vice Pres of Kanawha Valley Central Labor Union Auxiliary; Volney Andrews, State Sec-Treas, and E. A. (Gene) Carter, named to a new term as state AFL president.  All are Charleston residents.
'Re-elected AFL officers are congratulated moments after the vote at the closing session yesterday of the West Virginia State Federation of Labor convention in Huntington, Left to right are Ollie Martin, delegate from Charleston Stereotypers local; Bruce Campbell, southern West Virginia AFL organizer; Mrs. Campbell, vice president of Kanawha Valley Central Labor Union Auxiliary; Volney Andrews, State Secretary-Treasurer, and E. A. (Gene) Carter, named to a new term as state AFL president.  All are Charleston residents.'
Secretary Andrews (left), Pritchard Dillon--President Huntington CLU (center) and President Carter (right) at Huntington Convention in 1951.
'Federations prize essayist meets President Truman--John Dean, 16, Charleston's Stonewall Jackson high school student who submitted prize-winning composition in the federation's 1947 essay contest, visits President Harry Truman at the White House in company with President E. A. Carter (left) and West Virginia Senator Harley M. Kilgore (right).
Back row on the further left: E. A. Carter, President W. Va. State Federation of Labor, second from the right on the back row is John Dean--winner of the Essay contest.  Also included State Superintendent of Schools Dr. W. W. Trent, County Superintendent of Schools, Virgil L. Flinn; Principal of Stonewall Jackson High School Professor Horner.   Ronald Bowley, David McClure, Dane Bogges and Theodore Smith are runner ups.
"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."
Left to right, Benjamin W. Skeen, secretary-treasurer of the State Federation; Eugene A. Carter, unidentified, unidentified.
Back Row:  Brewer, Holbert, Papas, Heury, Zabeau, Kennell, Hoffman; Middle Row: Skeen, Armstrong; Front Row:  Carter, Quinet?
"Evelyn L. K. Harris and Frank J. Krebs are shown in April, 1958 signing a contract for preparation of manuscript for the book, 'From Humble Beginnings, W. Va State Federation of Labor, 1903-1957.' E. A. Carter, Benjamin W. Skeen and Glen Armstrong (standing, left to right), members of the Trustees and Editorial Board of the W. Va Labor History Publishing Fund, look on."
A photograph of Governor Patteson (seated) signing a piece of paper, with Eugene Carter (left), President of the West Virginia Federation of Labor, and another man standing behind him.
From left to right, Eugene A. Carter, President H. S. Truman, Unknown and Senator Sam Ervin.
From left to right: Eugene A. Carter, President Truman, Unknown and Senator Sam Ervin.