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Monongahela West Penn Public Service Company


Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Harry Cunningham Wolfe, Collector, Clippings and Newsletters Regarding Rural Electrification

Collection Number: A&M.3614
Overview Scrapbook of newspaper clippings and loose clippings regarding rural electrification in West Virginia and other topics. Also includes nine issues of the newsletter "Monongahela News" from 1937-1938 (published by the Monongahela West Penn Public Service Company) and one issue of "The Valley News" (published by the Upper Monongahela Valley Association).
Dates: 1936-1939

Hugh Sayre, Collector, Papers

Collection Number: A&M.2436
Overview Correspondence, miscellaneous family papers, nineteenth century school records, ledgers, bank books, and memorabilia of Hugh F. Sayre and family of Parkersburg, Reedy, St. Marys and West Creek, West Virginia. Some material relates to oil and gas leases on the Sayre family farm and Sayre's invention of a scientific alphabet called EBDECORD.
Dates: 1872-1927

Neal Heflin Papers

Collection Number: A&M.4260
Overview Papers of Neal Heflin and his daughter, Lois Heflin. Includes family papers, West Virginia University student records and publications (the Heflins were WVU students), and materials regarding West Virginia history and tourism. Neal Heflin attended West Virginia University in the early 20th century and remained in West Virginia throughout his life, living in both Clarksburg and Fairmont.
Dates: 1910-1965

Sutton Critchfield, Papers Regarding the Mountain State Forest Festival, the Upper Monongahela Valley Association, and Other Material

Collection Number: A&M.4192
Overview Papers regarding the Mountain State Forest Festival (Elkins) and the Upper Monongahela Valley Association. Includes clippings, news releases, letters, publications, and newspapers pertaining to the Forest Festival, and the involvement of the Upper Monongahela Valley Association in the Festival, during the years 1933 to 1941. Topics discussed include the coal and glass industry, rural electrification, and the representation of West Virginia industry at the Festival.
Dates: 1933-1941