West Virginia Center for Appalachian Studies and Development
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Number: A&M.3822
Overview Papers of Ernest J. Nesius, former faculty and administrator of West Virginia University (WVU), documenting his professional activities involving agriculture and economics, his membership on a variety of committees, and his interest in 4-H and extension services.
Collection Number: A&M.2165
Overview Out-going correspondence of the West Virginia University Appalachian Center. A continuation of A&M 1933. Most of the letters are from Ernest J. Nesius, the director of the center. Also, Several speeches delivered by Nesius on various occasions. Subjects include budgetary matters, personnel problems, filling vacancies, Extension services, Parkersburg Branch, Kanawha Valley Graduate Center, the East African Program, WVU Foreign Students, the National Youth Science Camp, and state 4-H Camp at...
Collection Number: A&M.1933
Overview Carbon copies of correspondence, reports and related material from the Appalachian Center's Chronological File. Correspondence covers period July 1960 - December 1961. Includes budget "Request for Fiscal Year 1968 Allotment", Water Research Institute, Office of Research and Development, Appalachian Center, WVU, Morgantown. Also includes speeches, memoranda, discussion outlines from West Virginia Center for Appalachian Studies and Development, 1962-1965. Additional carbon copies of...
Collection Number: A&M.1968
Overview WVU Appalachian Center Archives. U.S. Highway 50 Project. 1958-1962., 1 ms box. Correspondence, Memorandums, pamphlets, reports, newspaper clippings, circulars, minutes of meetings on developing Highway 50 as an educational Highway, project approval, project committees purpose and needs of project, developmental steps, inventory of resources along U. S. 50, description of U. S. 50, scenery and natural history on Northwestern Turnpike. Correspondence include E. J. Nesius, E. J. Stahr, Maurice...