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Doris Duke and Jennings Randolph walking off the porch.
Mr. Nolan (right), Jennings Randolph (center), and Bushrod Grimes (left) speak while visiting Arthurdale in September 1933.
'Left to Right: 1.Unknown, 2.Unknown, 3.Unknown, 4. Jennings Randolph, 5.Unknown, 6. John Nolan, Landscape Architect, 7. Bushrod Grimes, 8.Unknown.'
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt shakes the hand of a graduate and hands out diplomas during the graduation ceremony at Arthurdale High School in Arthurdale, West Virginia.  Jennings Randolph visible on the stage.
E. Grant Nine, Arthurdale School Principal is beside Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt. Behind her, are Doris Duke and Jennings Randolph.
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt is shaking the hands with an unidentified man in uniform. Behind her are Jennings Randolph and Doris Duke.
Homesteaders standing with Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt and Jennings Randolph.
'We Mountaineers will do our share in the fight for liberty' Representative Jennings Randolph, a native of Morgantown, asserted during the mass meeting held in the field house at West Virginia University the afternoon of November 17, 1941. When the people of Morgantown, W. Va. held their Defense Day celebration.'
Jennings Randolph standing next to man at table.
A speaker is talking to a group at a luncheon. J.W. Ruby, Jennings Randolph, and Orville Freeman, Secretary of Agriculture attended the luncheon.
'From left to right: unknown, unknown, Dyke Raese, Jennings Randolph, Hulett Smith, Gov.'
Left to Right, men with shovels are Bill Hart, Jennings Randolph, A. James Manchin, and unknown.
From left to right: Don Kammert, Bob McDonald, Harley Staggers, Gov. W. W. Barron, Jennings Randolph, unknown.
From left to right: C. Glen Zinn, unknown, Jennings Randolph, J. W. Ruby, Martin Piribek, Charles Baker.
Dr. Hale (far left). and Rep. Jennings Randolph.
Student Body President David Hardesty with WVU President Heflin, Senator Jennings Randolph, Hubert H. Humphrey and Congressman Harley Staggers, among others.
Hardesty greets Senator Randolph and Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey at Hart Field, Morgantown.
From left to right: Sen. Jennings Randolph, Greg Garrett, Joe Smith, and Sen. Byrd.
Sen. Robert C. Byrd and Sen. Jennings Randolph being sworn in by Vice President Richard Nixon. Byrd Papers duplicate - original at the R. C. Byrd Center for Legislative Studies, Shepherd University.
Senators Robert C. Byrd and Jennings Randolph with Julia Davis Adams, West Virginia Daughter of the Year, 1963.  Byrd papers duplicate.  Original at the R. C. Byrd Center for Legislative Studies, Shepherd University.
Senators Robert C. Byrd and Jennings Randolph with Julia Davis Adams, West Virginia Daughter of the year, 1963.  Byrd papers duplicate.  Original at the R. C. Byrd Center for Legislative Studies, Shepherd University.
'To Robert C. Byrd (my colleagues) in memory of a pleasant morning with Jennings Randolph.'
Byrd Papers duplicate - originals at the R. C. Byrd Center for Legislative Studies at Shepherd University.
Byrd Papers duplicate - originals at the R. C. Byrd Center for Legislative Studies at Shepherd University.
Byrd Papers duplicate - original at the R. C. Byrd Center for Legislative Studies at Shepherd University.
Far Left:?, Background left: Jay Rockefeller, Jennings Randolph, Center: Walter Mondale, Background Right: Unidentified, Far Right: Okey Patterson
'Back row - L-R - Harley Staggers, Alice VanLandingham, Jennings Randolph; Watch credit line. The following credit line must be used when this photograph is published; Chase Ltd., Photo; Washington, D.C.'
A photograph of Senator Randolph (right) seated with an unidentified man looking at a Report of the President's Council on Aging.
'The new Wheeling Post Office. The Office, largest in terms of space in West Virginia, will be dedicated Saturday (Oct. 1) at 2 P.M., and both the Postmaster General (right) and the Senator (left) will participate in colorful ceremonies which are open to the public.'
A photograph of Senator Randolph (far right) gathered with Governor Smith (seated, center) and others.
A photograph of Jennings Randolph (second from left) standing with Robert Lee McCoy (left), C. "Ned" Smith (third from left), Mrs. J. P. Beacom (third from right), Mr. J. P. Beacom (second from right), and Mr. Charles Grossman (right).
A photograph of a gathering of West Virginia politicians. Herman Walker (far table, right), Governor Hulett C. Smith (far table, third from right), Dyke Raese (far table, third from left), Jennings Randolph (far table, second from left), Paul Miller (far table, left), Howard Smyth (foreground, second from left), Elmer Prince (foreground, third from left).
A photograph of Senator Randolph (second from left) standing with Judge Charles G. Baker (left), J. W. Ruby (second from right) and another unidentified individual.
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).
A photograph of Senator Randolph (center, back row) standing outside a building with Secretary of Agriculture Orville Freeman (second from right) and J. W. Ruby (owner of Sterling Faucet) among others.
Harley Staggers (back row) and Senator Jennings Randolph (far right).
President Heflin on right and Jennings Randolph on left.
'First meeting to arrange for air transportation at new airport. Left to right: Elmer W. Prince(City Manger), Dr. L.S. Adams, Jennings Randolph(Congressman, J.M. Strouss(State Legislator), and John R. Fortney(Postmaster).'
Identified in photograph are third from left: Jennings Randolph; fourth from left: Julia Davis; fifth from left: Charles Wood (producer of "The Anvil"); sixth from left: Mrs. Leeds Riley.
In commemoration of the flight by Jennings Randolph, member of Congress and Arthur C. Hyde, pilot, on November 6, 1943, from Morgantown, West Virginia to Washington D. C., in first U. S. airplane powered by gasoline made from coal.
Photograph probably taken at the dedication of Pipestem State Park in Summers and Mercer County, West Virginia. Information on the back: "01/01/02 from Lino DiMarchi to Stephen Trail"