Ogden, H. C.
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Number: A&M.0110
Overview Business, political, and official correspondence of the eleventh governor, 1901-1905, of West Virginia. Owner and editor of the STATE JOURNAL, Parkersburg, 1881-1899, White was associated with many banking and manufacturing enterprises, and was tax commissioner of West Virginia in 1907 and 1908, collector of internal revenues in 1889, 1897, and 1921, and a Republican member of the legislature in 1926. Among the correspondents are G.W. Atkinson, Waitman T. Barbe, Calvin Coolidge, John J....
Collection Number: A&M.2315
Overview A letter written by Herbert Hoover, then serving as Secretary of Commerce, to H.C. Ogden, thanking him for a complimentary editorial published in the Wheeling INTELLIGENCER. Also, a carbon copy of Ogden's typed reply to Hoover and a microprint copy of the editorial.
Collection Number: A&M.1661
Scope and Contents Correspondence, farm records, legal and financial records, speeches, medical files, photographs, and newspaper clippings of Governor (1913-17) and United States Senator (1929-35) Henry D. Hatfield, who was also chief surgeon and founder of the Huntington Memorial Hospital.Subjects include West Virginia and national politics, 1928-35; 1944-57; National Republican Conventions of 1912, 1928, 1932, 1944, 1948, and 1952; criticism of the New Deal and the Fair Deal; the NRA; the West...
Collection Number: A&M.4267
Scope and Contents Collection of photocopies of papers relating to Dr. Presley B. Ogden and family of Fairmont and their home located at 500 Ogden Avenue, Fairmont, WV. Includes photocopies of letters between Ogden family members (especially Herschel C. Ogden, later the owner of the Wheeling Intelligencer newspaper), receipts for druggists and other retailers, and copies of deeds. Also included are materials gathered by Terry Burton, a later owner of the home, in an effort to research the building's history....
Collection Number: A&M.1652
Overview Correspondence, legal papers, and speeches of a lawyer, Democratic politician, publisher of the CHARLESTON GAZETTE, and U.S. Senator (1911-1917); and correspondence of his son, William E. Chilton, Jr. editor of the GAZETTE. A wide range of topics are discussed: state and national Democratic politics during the 1930s; family affairs; and the senator's business interests in West Virginia and Kentucky coal lands, including the Kanawha Coal Operators Association. Subjects covered include: coal...
Dates: 1917, 1928-1939