Fairmont State College (Fairmont, W. Va.)
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Number: A&M.4100
Overview Photographs and other material of the Butcher family of Lewis County, West Virginia. Includes portrait and candid photos, William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night (1911), a statement from Weston City Hospital for the birth of a child (1948), a radio program (1969), a Weston High School class ring (1933), and Weston High School commencement materials (1966). The photos depict Wilda Juanita Turner Butcher (1915-1999), Weston High School class of 1933 and owner of the...
Collection Number: A&M.1668
Overview These scrapbooks which were collected or compiled by B.B. Chapman concern Webster Springs High School, Fairmont State College, Glenville State College, and West Virginia University. Included are correspondence, faculty contracts, diplomas, teaching certificates, report cards, class lists, and other similar materials.
Collection Number: A&M.4374
Content Description Eleven issues of "Bump", the official campus humor magazine of Fairmont State College. The first issue was published September 1938. This collection includes all eight issues from the 1938-1939 academic year, as well as three issues from Fall 1939. The magazine's content was created by students of Fairmont State College; the issues includes articles, jokes, cartoons, and other humorous or satrical pieces regarding campus and academic life.
Collection Number: A&M.0821
Scope and Contents This collection includes manuscripts, printed and newspaper materials collected by Rufus A. West, a Morgantown antiquarian and faculty member of the College of Engineering, West Virginia University. This collection includes papers concerning many phases of West Virginia History, although centered on Preston, Taylor, and Monongalia counties. Includes marriage licenses from Preston County, 1881-1947; newspaper clippings from Morgantown newspapers; a meeting invitation from the Monongalia County...
Collection Number: A&M.1976
Overview Correspondence of the West Virginia State Board of Control, which was responsible for all state correctional institutions, educational institutions, and hospitals from 1909 to 1949. Individuals serving on the three-man board at various times were John S. Lakin, J.W. Barnes, J.A. Chambers, J.S. Darst, Edgar B. Stewart, J.Z. Terrell, W.R. Thurmond, John B. White, and F.W. McCullough. State institutions covered in the correspondence are Bluefield State College; Berkeley Springs Sanitarium;...