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President Harlow with a man at a top of steps located between Mountainlair and Stewart Hall.
First president of WVU.
First President of WVU.  Copied from WVU: An Early Portrait by James Dawson.
A portrait of President John Rhey Thompson.
A portrait of President William L. Wilson; the caption reads 'Author of "Wilson Bill."'
Portrait of WVU President Goodknight.
Portrait of James L. Goodknight, WVU President 1895-1897.
Portrait of James Lincoln Goodknight, WVU President 1895/06/13-1897/08/06.
President Goodknight at his desk in his office.
Inauguration of President Thomas Edward Hodges is held in Woodburn Circle in front of Martin Hall.
G. C. Baker, Otto Sigwart, Gen. Elliot, National Guard, Russell Huston, and Major Butts in a car for the Inauguration of West Virginia University President Thomas Edward Hodges.
People gathered in Woodburn Circle, Taft and others likely on porch of Martin Hall.
Crowd gathers for the ceremony inaugurating Thomas Hodges as President of West Virginia University. Among the distinguished guests was United States President William H. Taft.
A portrait of President Thomas Edward Hodges.
'PRESIDENT TAFT VISITS MORGANTOWN, NOV. 1, 1911- President William Howard Taft, front row center, delivered the inaugural speech Nov. 1, 1911, when Thomas Edward Hodges became president of the University. Pictured in front row, left to right are Daniel B. Purinton, Gov. W.E. Glasscock, President Taft, Mr. Hodges and Dr. I.C. White. Pictured at left on porch are (unknown) Frank Cox, left, and Henry Green, the editor of The Post. The first two men pictured in the back row could not be (named, third unsure) is James L. Lakin, fourth Maj. Butts, hero who lost his life in sinking of Titanic; fifth, a Mr. Sigwart; sixth George C. (Rodgers-unsure); seventh, H.C. Batton; eighth and ninth, unidentified: tenth, Harry Carspecken; and others, M.L. Brown, William Williams, (unknown), Benjamin Rosenbloom, Frank B. Trotter and Dr. A.M. Buckhannon. The men in uniform were members of Gov-(the rest is unclear).
President William Howard Taft, front row center, delivered the inaugural speech Nov. 1, 1911, when Thomas Edward Hodges, became president of the University.  Identified front row, left to right, are Daniel B. Purinton, Gov. W.E. Glasscock, President Taft, Thomas E. Hodges and Dr. I.C. White.  Left, 2nd row: Judge Frank Cox, Henry Green, editor of the Morgantown Post.  The first two men pictured in the back row could not be identified, third is James L. Lakin, fourth Maj. Butts, who lost his life in sinking of Titanic; fifth, Mr. Sigwart; sixth George C. Baker; seventh, H.C. Batton; eight and ninth, unidentified; 10th Harry Carspecken; and others, M. L. Brown, William Williams, E. Donley, Benjamin Rosenbloom, Frank B. Trotter and Dr. A.M. Buckhannon.  The men in uniform were members of the Governor's Staff.'
A portrait of President Frank Butler Trotter.
Print number 427.
Print number 422. President Turner is the man in foreground who is second from the right.
Note on back of photograph reads: "Part of academic procession marching to Field House at West Virginia University, where Dr. John R. Turner was inaugurated on November 1928 as the State University's tenth president."
'Part of the great crowd that packed the new Field House at West Virginia University, the inauguration of Dr. J.R. Turner as president was the first event ever held in this building.'
'The military unit of West Virginia University which is commanded by regular United States Army Officers, on their way to the Inauguration Ceremony of President J.R. Turner.'
'Governor Howard M. Gore, right, chief executive of West Virginia greeting Dr. John Roscoe Turner, at the inauguration exercises when Dr. Turner became president of West Virginia University.'
Huge crowd in front of Field House, later named Stansbury Hall, for the inauguration of President Turner.
'Faculty and alumni of WVU marching to the new Field House where the inaugural ceremonies took place. Left, Dr. Frank Butler Trotter, who retired as president after 10 years service.'
West Virginia University President John Roscoe Turner is photographed with Major Baldwin and the sponsors of the WVU Cadet Corps program.
Portrait of WVU President Chauncey Samuel Bourcher
A portrait of WVU president Chauncey Samuel Boucher.
Inauguration principals in the academic procession, from left to right: Dr. Stewart, Dr. Conant, Dr. Bush, Mr. Salvati, Mr. Spurr and Mr. Neff.
Left, Alumni president Charles P. Mead speaking at the dinner; Right, Mrs. A. C. Spurr, Mr. Spurr, Mrs. K Douglas Bowers and Mr. Bowers.
The procession as it moved passed the Chemistry building (Clark Hall) with the Wise Library and Mineral Industry (White Hall)in the background.
Part of the crowd at the Field House, official delegates in the first five rows.
Dr. Conant congratulated by President Stewart and Mr. Salvati as he receives the honorary doctor of science hood from Mr. Neff; from left to right Dr. Irvin Stewart, Charles Neff, Dr. James B. Conant and Raymond Salvati
At the reception in Elizabeth Moore Hall: from left to right, President and Mrs. Stewart, Dr. Conant, Mrs. Bush and Dr. Bush.
West Virginia University President Irvin Stewart confers Honorary Doctor of Science Degree to Dr. Vannevar Bush as Dr. Conant looks on.
Part of the receiving line at the reception at Elizabeth Moore Hall.
Dr. Conant speaks at the inauguration of President Irvin Stewart at the Field House.
Dr. Bush concludes his inaugural dinner address as Mrs. Conant and Mr. Thompson applaud.
From left to right: Mrs. Salvati, Mr. Salvati, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson and Dr. Harris.
'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.'