Search Constraints

You searched for: Projects West Virginia History OnView Remove constraint Projects: West Virginia History OnView Topical Subjects College presidents--West Virginia--Morgantown. Remove constraint Topical Subjects: College presidents--West Virginia--Morgantown.
Number of results to display per page

Search Results

Left to right:  Ralph Squires, President Harlow, Marshall Orellion, and Judy Childs.
Huge crowd in front of Field House, later named Stansbury Hall, for the inauguration of President Turner.
The ceremony took place at the Mountainlair Plaza on campus.
'Irvin Stewart on podium'.
First row - second from left, West Virginia University president Elvis Stahr. Second row - first on left, Governor Cecil Underwood.
Berkeley served as Chairman of the Faculty 1883-1885 .
Mrs. Miller (d. 1965) is seated at far left; Dr. Miller, President of WVU, is third from left.
'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.'
Former Acting President,
Left to right, Mrs. Wiles, Dr. Wiles, Dr. Harry Heflin, Colonel Reynolds.
Seated, first on left Hans McCord; Bill Thompson, standing last on right; Chuck Haden, State Representative, standing sixth from left; John Pyles, standing fifth from left; Dr. Paul A. Miller, President of West Virginia University, seated, head of table.
Left to right: Mr. Arkwright; Senator Bean of Moorefield; Delegate Pauley of McDowell County; and WVU President (1959-1961), Elvis Stahr.
'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.'
A portrait of WVU president Chauncey Samuel Boucher.
Portrait of WVU President Chauncey Samuel Bourcher
Portrait of WVU President Goodknight.
Portrait of James Lincoln Goodknight, WVU President 1895/06/13-1897/08/06.
Portrait of James L. Goodknight, WVU President 1895-1897.
Portrait of James L. Goodknight, WVU President of 1895-1897.
President Goodknight at his desk in his office.
Portrait of James Lincoln Goodknight at age 60. WVU president 6/13/1895 to 8/6/1897.
Majority Leader ( All Campus), Ron Rage, left with Dave Hardesty, right, Student Body President 1966-1967, at time Minority Leader (Student Party) in Legislature.
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.
A student party meeting: from left to right Sarah Meek, Charles Walls, Russ Williams, David Hardesty and Sandra Buckley.
WVU Birthday Dinner of Feb. 13, 1967.
David Hardesty, then student body president sits with (from left to right) David Hess, Paul Selby, Law School Dean, and Jim Watkins at dinner.
'Scene from the 100th Anniversary reception honoring Dr. and Mrs. Harry B. Heflin.  From left to right are shown: Ralph Bean, president of the WVU Board of Governors; Mrs. Heflin; Dr. Heflin; Donovan H. Bond, Exec. Dir of the 100th Anniversary observance; Mrs. Clifford Brown; David C. Hardesty, former president of the WVU student body; and Susan Brown Hardesty, Mrs. David Hardesty.
'Planning committee chairman Robert Dyck (left) chats with speakers David Hardesty (center) and Julius Singleton (right) at the June 28-29, 1967 'Man and His Community' symposium.'
'Scene from the Mar. 23-27, 1967 international meeting of the Association of Women Students held here during the 100th Anniversary observance shows, from left to right: David Hess, director of student educational services and assistant provost of WVU; Jim Mullendore, president of the WVU student body; David C. Hardesty, former president of the WVU student body; and Edward Eddy, president of Chatham College in Pittsburgh.'
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.