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Right to left: 'third from left: J. W. Ruby, fourth: Mr. McCartney, fifth: Martin Pirbeck, sixth: Mal Campbell, seventh: Elvis Stahr, eighth: James Coombs'.
'Douglas K. Bowers, Pres.; Frank J. Zsoldos, V.P.; James H. Swadley, Sec.; Okey B. Glenn, Dr. Forrest H. Kirkpatrick; Raymond E. Salvati; A. C. Spurr; William G. Thompson; Charles C. Wise, Jr. 'Not in order on pix' Elvis J. Stahr, Pres. WVU.'
'From left to right:  1. Forest H. Kirkpatrick, 2. Raymond E. Salvati, 3. Thomas L. Harris, 4. President Elvis J. Stahr, 5. E.G. Otey, 6. A.C. Spurr, 7. Douglas K. Bowers, 8. Frank J. Zsoldos, 9. William G. Thompson, 10. James H. Swadley.'
First row - second from left, West Virginia University president Elvis Stahr. Second row - first on left, Governor Cecil Underwood.
Left to right: Mr. Arkwright; Senator Bean of Moorefield; Delegate Pauley of McDowell County; and WVU President (1959-1961), Elvis Stahr.
Left to right, Mrs. Jean Penrod, President Elvis Stahr, Mary Davis Gerchow, Mrs. Stahr, Penrod, R.M. Davis.
Left to right: Unknown; R.M. Davis; Mrs. Elvis Stahr; WVU president Elvis Stahr; Father Robert Scott; Mary Jane Schuster; Jack Fleming.
'Major General Ralph W. Zwicker presents Dept. of Army Civilian Award of Appreciation to Dr. Irvin Stewart, former University President at brigade ceremony on drill field.  President Stahr in civilian clothes on reviewing stand.'
From left to right: Diane Reinhard, Harry Heflin, Paul Miller, Elvis J. Stahr, Neil S. Bucklew.
From left to right: Harry Heflin, Paul Miller, Diane Reinhard, Elvis J. Stahr, and Neil S. Bucklew.
President and Mrs. Elvis J. Stahr are seated on the far right.
President Stahr is on the right. Irvin Stewart at left.
'From left to right: Smith, unidentified, Stahr, and Jones.'
'Please Credit: U.S. Army Photograph.  The Department of the Army has no objections to the publication of this photograph.  It's use in commercial advertisement must be approved, along with copy and layout by the Public Information Division, Office of the Chief of Information, Department of the Army, the Pentagon, Washington 25, D. C.'
President Stahr is seated on the sofa.
His daughter and son at a piano.
7th from left Elvis J. Stahr, 11th from left President James G. Harlow and 12th from left Governor Smith.
West Virginia University President Elvis J. Stahr, Jr. is in the foreground
WVU President Elvis Stahr listens.
'Part of head table at Feb. 13, WVU Birthday Dinner.  From left to right: those identifiable include: Elvis Stahr, president of Indiana University and former WVU President; Dave Jacobs, executive secretary of WVU Alumni Association; Congressman Arch Moore; Mrs. Thomas White, Governor Hulett Smith; Thomas White, president of the Alumni Association; Dr. Harry B. Heflin, Acting WVU president; Jack Canfield, aide to Governor Smith; and Irvin Stewart, past president of WVU.'
'Elvis Stahr, President of Indiana University, prior to his appearance at the WVU Birthday Dinner.'
Digging a hole.
'Inaugural Dinner Speakers, 2nd from left is Gov. Cecil Underwood.'
J. O. Knapp was the director of WVU Cooperative Extension Service and nationally recognized 4-H leader. In this portrait of the unveiling, former WVU President Elvis Stahr is addressing the audience.
J. O. Knapp was the Director of WVU Cooperative Extension Service and nationally recognized 4-H leader.
J. O. Knapp was Director of WVU Cooperative Extension Service and nationally recognized 4-H leader. In this portrait, J.O. Knapp is addressing the audience.