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Left to right:  Ralph Squires, President Harlow, Marshall Orellion, and Judy Childs.
'West Virginia University was host Saturday (Nov. 11) to the state's top High School Scholars, all semi-finalists in the National Merit Scholarship Competition. Among invited semi-finalists present was Judith Childs of Morgantown High School, Shown above at a luncheon in the new Mountainlair where the honor guests and their parents met members of the WVU administration and faculty. After the Luncheon, during which President James G. Harlow personally commended the students for thier academic achievements, the group toured the University's three Morgantown campuses. Pictured with Judith above left to right are: Mrs. Robert Dunbar; Judith's mother. Mrs. W. H. Childs and her father, Dr. Childs; and Dr. Dunbar. Dean of the College of Agriculture and Forestry.'
'West Virginia University was host Saturday (Nov. 11) to the state's top high school scholars, all semi finalist in the National Merit Scholarship competition. Among invited semifinalists present were Ralph Squire (left of Morgantown High School and Leslie Jellinek (second from left) of Elkins High School, shown above at a luncheon in the new Mountainlair where the honor guests and their parents met members of the WVU administration and faculty. After the luncheon, during which President James G. Harlow personally commended the students for their academic achievements the group toured the University's three Morgantown Campuses. Pictured with the two Merit semi-finalists above (left to right) are : their parents, Mrs. Harold L. Jellinek and Dr. Jellinek and William Squire.'
Picture is on the front of a Christmas card sent out by President and Mrs. James G. Harlow.
Drawing of the Basic Sciences Building, Medical Center, West Virginia University, on the cover of a Christmas card from President and Mrs. James G. Harlow.
The ceremony took place at the Mountainlair Plaza on campus.
Left to right: Dr. Brisbane, Dr. Core, Dr. Munn, President Harlow.
Left to right: President James G. Harlow, Governor Arch Moore, and Cyrus R. Vance.
Left to right: 'First man unidentified, Dr. Frasure, Dr. Munn, President Harlow'.
Left to right: First man unidentified, G. Paul Moore, Dr. Munn, and President Harlow.
Left, Robert McWhorter; Center, James Harlow, President of WVU; Right, Tom Cain, student.
Top L-R: A.J. Villani, Richard 'Dyke' Raese, Fred Toothman, Leslie Gates, Robert Mentzer, Bottom L-R: Harold J. Shamberger, Charles Wise, Jr., James G. Harlow, Paul 'Buck' Martin.
Five receive Vandalia Award on May 15, 1977, standing from left to right: William J. Maier, Jr., John D. Chambers, M.D. and Becky Singleton (received for deceased father); seated from left to right John D. Rockefeller IV, James G. Harlow.
President Harlow with a man at a top of steps located between Mountainlair and Stewart Hall.
President Harlow escorting Mrs. Harlow in Mountaineer Field is followed by drum major Skip Shahan and a marching band.
President Harlow at his desk.
President James Harlow at his desk.
'Paul Stevenson, Radio/TV.'
James Harlow, president of W.V.U. from 1968 to 1978, speaks to Dr. Irvin Stewart at the dedication of Stewart Hall. Dr. Stewart is seated on the right.
Left to Right: Harry Heflin, Irvin Stewart, James G. Harlow on right side of photograph.
Left to Right:  James G. Harlow, Harry Heflin, Irvin Stewart.
Military officers listen as Joseph Gluck speaks at dedication of the bell from the 'West Virginia' outside Oglebay Hall. In the background is Woodburn Hall.
Lugar and Harlow stand behind a podium as they address the crowd at the dedication ceremony.
'Rev. Joe Gluck speaks at Dec. 7, 1967 dedication ceremonies for the bell from the armored cruiser 'U.S.S. West Virginia.'  Two other main speakers are shown seated in the first row: WVU President James B. Harlow (second from left) and Naval Reserve Captain Marlyn E. Lugar (third from left).
WVU President James G. Harlow speaks at dedication ceremony of the bell from the armored cruiser and battleship U.S.S. West Virginia. Oglebay Hall is pictured in the background.
West Virginia University President James G. Harlow (left) and Naval Reserve Captain Marlyn E. Lugar are shown at dedication ceremonies for the bell from the armored cruiser and battleship U.S.S. West Virginia. In the background is Woodburn Hall and Chitwood Hall.
Left to right: Don Bond, Jas. Harlow, and Harry B. Heflin.
'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.'
'Peter Muirhead, associate U.S. commissioner of Education, is shown speaking at the Sept. 12, 1967 seminar on 'The State University.'  Also shown, from left to right, are: Keith Glancey, WVU Prof. of Education; Thomas Isaack, WVU Prof. of Management; Thomas Canning, WVU Prof. of Music; Ruel Foster, WVU Prof. and Chairman of English and Chairman of the semnar planning committee; and James G. Harlow, president of WVU.'
'Peter Muirhead, associate U.S. commissioner of education, is shown speaking at the Sept. 12, 1967 seminar on "The State University."  Also shown, from left to right, are: Keith Glancey, WVU prof. of education; Thomas Isaack, WVU prof. of management; Thomas Canning, WVU prof. of music; Ruel Foster, WVU prof. and chairman of English and chairman of the seminar planning committee; and James G. Harlow, president of WVU.'
'WVU President James G. Harlow at press conference shortly after taking over leadership of WVU in September, 1967.'