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From left to right: P. I. Reed and Harold J. Shamberger.
Group Portrait of Journalism Seniors. Sunday May, 3 6 p.m. 1942 Seated (left to right): Jane Burnside (Matthews); Harriet Wickers; Mrs. Paul Flowers; Helen Nichols; William H. Bambrick; Frances Stotler. Kneeling (left to right): Shirley Staab; Helen Louise Dent; Donovan H. Bond. Standing First Row (left to Right): Mrs. Jack Wild; Olive Griffith Downs; John Harper; Katherine Kessel; Mrs. William Dotson; Mrs. Perley Isaac Reed. Standing Back Row (left to right): Professor Jack Wild; William Downs; Professor Paul Flowers; Don McCann; Elinor Richey; Rachel Tuckwiller; Robert Provence; William Dotson; Perley Isaac Reed.
Left to right: President Irvin Stewart, C. E. Hodges (Board of Governors), E. J. Van Liere (medicine), P. I. Reed (dean of journalism), Professor Koehler (chemical engineering). Photo taken by Jack Hodge, first black graduate of West Virginia University.
'Reese D. James Chairman Committee on Awards) as he presented to Joseph W. LaBine, editor Publishers' Auxiliary, a Citation to that periodical which was awarded at the Hotel Continental, Chicago, June 29, 1947, by the American Society of Journalism School Administrators. P. I. Reed, president, looks on.'
Howard W. Palmer (Center).
'Nov. 17, 1944, Bob Pritchard present Director P. I. Reed sterling bowl on behalf of S. N. C. in recognition of 25 years of service to WVU Journalism.
'P.I. Reed (Chairman, Committee on Awards), Alvin E. Austin (director of department of Journalism, University of North Dakota, and president of the American Society of Journalism School Administrators), and Frank Shea (foreign correspondent and assistant to the publisher of the news magazine, Time) at the time ASJSA presented its eighth annual publication award 1953/08/26 at Michigan State College. Mr. Shea delivered the main luncheon address that day.'
'Bernard Kilgore, president and editor of The Wall Street Journal; Director P. I. Reed of The West Virginia University School of Journalism; Warren K. Agee, chairman of the Department of Journalism, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth. Prof. Agee as president of the American Society of Journalism School Administrators presents to Mr. Kilgore for The Wall Street Journal the eleventh annual citation of ASJSA which recognized the newspaper for its superiority in general reporting and interpretation and especially in service to specialized clientele. Director Reed, who looks on, was chairman of the Committee on Awards. The presentation took place August 29, 1956, in Sargent Hall of Northwestern University , Evanston, Illinois, as part of the program of the Association for Education in Journalism.'
'P.I. Reed , Chairman of the ASJSA Committee on Awards; Quintus C. Wilson, president of ASJSA and chairman of the department of journalism, University of Utah, Salt Lake City; Kenneth MacDonald, editor of the Des Moines Register and Tribune and, in 1955, president of the American Society of Newspaper Editors. Mr. MacDonald is receiving the 1955 ASJSA Scroll for his newspapers because they were voted as especially distinguished in leading and shaping the economic, social, and cultural life of the area in which they circulate. The presentation took place August 23, 1955, at the University of Colorado, Boulder.'
'William D. Kennedy, Director of publications, Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Michigan; P.I. Reed, chairman of the ASJSA Committee on Awards and director of the School of journalism of West Virginia University; Alfred A. Crowell, chairman of the department of Journalism, University of Maryland, and president of the American Society of Journalism School Administrators. Mr. Kennedy is receiving the 1957 ASJSA Award because Ford Times was voted superior in design, subject matter, and social aim a a modern business and industrial magazine. The presentation took place August 27, 1957 at Boston University.'
'J. D. Ferguson, president and editor of The Milwaukee Journal; Director P.I. Reed of The West Virginia University School of Journalism; Elmer G. Trotzig, head of the Department of Journalism, University of South Dakota, Vermillion. Prof. Trotzig as president of the American Society of Journalism and School Administrators presents to Mr. Ferguson for The Milwaukee Journal the sixth annual citation of ASJSA which recognized the newspaper for its honesty, courage, and persistence in reporting of world events. Director Reed, Who looks on, was chairman of the ASJSA Committee on Awards. The presentation took place August 28, 1951, at the Lincoln Avenue resident hall of the University of Illinois, Urbana, as part of the program of the Association for Education in Journalism.'
Dwight Bentel, president of the American Society of Journalism School Administrators and head of the Department of Journalism, San Jose State College, San Jose, California.; Day Edgar, assistant to the editor of the Saturday Evening Post, Philadelphia; and Dr. P.I. Reed, chairman of the Committee of Awards of ASJSA and director of the School of Journalism of West Virginia University. The occasion is the presentation of the Fifth annual citation of ASJSA to the Saturday Evening Post in recognition of its services to public thinking, its services to easy of reading, and its technical aids to schools of journalism. This presentation took place at a luncheon in Van Hise Hall, University of Wisconsin, Madison, on Monday, August 28, 1950, in connection with a joint meeting of ASJSA, of AASDJ, and of AATJ.'
'Receives Newspaper Award--James Russell Wiggins (right), vice-president and managing editor of the Washington Post and Times-Herald, is shown receiving the ninth annual citation of the Association for Education in Journalism in behalf of the newspaper. The presentation was by Professor J. Douglas Perry of Temple University. Dr. P.I. Reed of the University of West Virginia is in the center. The association`s annual meeting is under way here.'
'P. G. Helicopter Takes College Head Aloft. The Post-Gazette`s helicopter on an experimental trip to Morgantown, W. Va., gave Dr. Irvin Stewart, president of the University of West Virginia, a trip over campus Wednesday. Here Dr. Stewart (left) is being congratulated by Dr. P. I. Reed, head of the college`s Journalism department, after the flight. The helicopter made an easy landing in the college stadium to the delight of 250 students.  The helicopter will be used by the Post-Gazette news staff to cover stories in the Tri-State area.'
'H. T. Meek, news editor of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch; Professor George Simmons, president of the American Society  of Journalism School Administrators and Head of the department of Journalism, Tulane University, New Orleans; and Dr. P.I. Reed, chairman of the Committee of Awards of A.S.J.S.A and director of the School of Journalism of West Virginia University. President Simmons looks on as Dr. P. I. Reed presents to Mr. Meek a scroll containing a citation for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch in recognition of its objective criticism of governmental officialdom and the high standards of newspaper practice that it has maintained for nearly three-quarters of a century. The presentation took place at a luncheon in Pioneer Hall of the University of Minnesota on August 31, 1949, in connection with a joint meeting of A.S.J.S.A, A.A.T.J., and A.A.S.D.J.'
'First row, fifth from right, Chas Neff, University Vice-President; First row seventh from right, Robert Pritchard, Weston Democrat; Third row seventh from right, Edwin Jones. E.E. Department; Third row eleventh from right, Cecil Highland, Clarksburg Publishing Company; Front row ninth from right, P.J. Reed, Dean of WVU Journalism School.  Identified by Leonard Davis, School of Speech Communications, 11/1995.'
'1: Dene, 2: Fitzgerald, 3: Glisan, 4: Goe, 5: Green, 6: Hamric, 7: Lawson, 8: Lewis, 9: Loufakis, 10: McGown, 11: Martin, 12: Petty, 13: Powell, 14: Rice, 15: Williams, 16: Samsell 17: Wyatt.' First gentleman in line on left, facing camera, with stripes on his gown sleeves is Perley Isaac Reed.
Class of 1942 from the School of Journalism pose with Dr. and Mrs. P. I. Reed.  The Reeds stand far right and Prof. Wild stands to the far left.  Mrs. Reed was an English teacher.
Group of Journalism Students at Supper at Graegstan, Sunday, May 9, 1943. "Second from right, back, Perley Isaac Reed, Mrs. Reed (Elizabeth Frost), far left front row standing."
Senior Supper at Graegstan, students from the Journalism School at West Virginia University, Sunday, April 30, 1944. Front row, far left - Perley Isaac Reed, Mrs. Reed.
A photograph of a man being presented with a citation of merit.
'Above are pictured Emil Telfel (vice-president), Reese D. James (chairman, Committee on Awards), P.I. Reed (president), and A.L. Higginbotham (secretary-treasurer) on the occasion of the presentation of a Citation to Editor & Publisher (received by George Brandenburg, Chicago editor) by the American Society of Journalism School Administrators June 28, 1946, at the Statler Hotel, St. Louis.'
'A.L. Higginbotham, president of the American Society of Journalism School Administrators and chairman of the Department of Journalism of the University of Nevada; P.I. Reed, chairman of the ASJSA Committee on Awards and director of the School of Journalism, West Virginia University; Arthur Hays Sulzberger, president of the New York Times. Mr. Sulzberger is receiving the 1952 ASJSA Award because the Times was voted as the best interpreter of the American way of life to the people of the United States and the rest of the world. The presentation took place August 26, 1952, at Columbia University.'