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'Dr. Patrick Gainer, right, advisor to the Monticola, editors on left. 1966 editor Lucas, business McClellan.'
From left to Right: Dr. Patrick Gainer, English Professor, Mrs. Chitwood; Dr. Oliver P. Chitwood, retired History Professor and Bettijane Christopher Burger. At this staff appreciation dinner the yearbook was dedicated to Dr. Chitwood, and Dr. Gainer received an award for his many years of sponsorship to Monticola. Plaque reads:  'Monticola - To Dr. Patrick W. Gainer in appreciation for continuous dedication and service, from the 1967 staff'.
A scene from registration at the Field House: a male in dark suit second from the left at the bottom of picture talking to a seated female in light blouse is WVU Folklorist and Musician Patrick W. Gainer.
'Patrick Gainer, noted authority on folk culture, originator and master of ceremonies for the Glenville Folk Festival, plays 'Sugar in the Gourd,' a sprightly piece he heard frequently as a child. The instrument, a variation of the ancient rebec, was hand crafted for Gainer by a mountain friend.'
Taught in English department at West Virginia University.
Taught folklore in English department at West Virginia University.
'Pat Gainer, on one of his ballad collecting trips, picks up material from Dave Thomas on his remote mountain farm.'
'Uncle Lewis O'Dell singing a ballad --- while [Pat] Gainer records it.'
Patrick Gainer in the center wearing hat.
Possibly Patrick Gainer in front of group holding papers.  'Rudolf Tucholski to Mr. Patrick Gainer? 109 Walton St. Louis Mo. RO 4350 after 6 degrees.  Prize 454 picture.  Please let me know how many.  Write the names on back; Robert Dunne.'