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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.
Left, Dean of Medicine Clark Sleeth; Center, Dr. Paul Dudley White; Right, Van Liere (former Dean). White is famous in the field of cardiology, and served as President Eisenhower's cardiologist after his heart attack. He appears to be holding a model or cast of a heart, and may have been invited here to speak.
Dean Van Liere standing in front of the pylons at the WVU Medical Center.
Left to right: 'Dean of Medical School E.J Van Liere, Unknown, Dodds.'
Dr. Van Liere standing in front of the Medical Center pylons.
Dean Van Liere is standing to the left of an unidentified man, at the Fraternity Convention in Miami.
Dean Van Liere standing on the left beside two unidentified men, at the Fraternity Convention in Miami.
Dean Van Liere sitting at his desk.
Dean Van Liere standing with arms crossed.
Dean Van Liere writing at his desk.
Dean Van Liere sitting in front of medical equipment.
Dean Van Liere sitting in front of medical equipment.
Dean Van Liere is standing on the right and President Stewart is standing on the left, with two unidentified men standing between.