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Cuthbert, John A.

 Person

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

African American Photographic Portraits

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.3381
Overview Twenty-four tintypes and six paper photographic prints featuring formal portraits of mostly African Americans. Includes two tintypes and three prints of Caucasian women. All subjects are unidentified except for Mrs. Null and her daughter Hilda on a print dated October 1953. On evidence of the clothing, the tintypes appear to date from the 1880s. This collection was found in Jefferson County, West Virginia.
Dates: 1880-1953

John Cuthbert, Collector, Virginia B. Evans Glassware

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.4318
Scope and Contents Fifty pieces (including lids and pairs) of Asian-inspired design, frosted glassware (clear, pink, green) designed by West Virginia artist Virginia B. Evans (1894-1983) and produced by Imperial Glass Corporation of Bellaire, Ohio. Includes well-known dragon and butterfly motifs in ashtrays, bookends, vases, and other pieces.

In the contents list, "pc" refers to pieces, for single items that have multiple component pieces; "items" refers to multiple copies of the same item.
Dates: ca. 1942-1970

Klu Klux Klan Propaganda in Morgantown

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.4421
Content Description Klu Klux Klan propaganda material distributed in March 2019, and related clippings of news reporting and opinion pieces regarding this event.
Dates: 2019

Louis Watson Chappell (1890-1981), Folklorist, Research Papers, Sound Recordings, and Other Material

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.2480
Overview Research papers and sound recordings compiled by Louis Watson Chappell, an English Professor and folklorist at West Virginia University who collected, documented, and preserved West Virginia's folk music and folk traditions. He was born in Belvidere, North Carolina and educated in English Language and Literature at Wake Forest University (B.A.), and the University of Virginia (M.A.). Receiving a faculty appointment at West Virginia University in 1922, Chappell embarked upon a career dedicated...
Dates: 1815-1980

Patty Willis, Artist, Biographical Information

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.3502
Overview Paper print-out from a website regarding Patty Willis (1879-1953), a West Virginia pictorial artist from Jefferson County; includes biography and examples of her work.
Dates: 2005

West Virginia University, 125th Anniversary, Resolution No. 17

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.3119
Overview Original copy of West Virginia Senate Resolution # 17, adopted February 7, 1992, honoring West Virginia University on its 125th anniversary. The document is signed by all 34 state senators. Included is a memorandum entrusting the document to the West Virginia Collection which came to it via Edwin F. Flowers of WVU Office of Institutional Advancement.
Dates: 1992

West Virginia University, Women's Suffrage 85th Anniversary Celebration, Newspaper and Ribbon

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Collection Number: A&M.5094
Overview Special edition newspaper and badge with attached ribbon issued on occasion of the 85th Anniversary of Woman Suffrage. These were handed out at a special event held at Elizabeth Moore Hall on the campus of West Virginia University in 2005. The newspaper contains articles regarding the history of the Woman Suffrage movement; the badge features text stating "Celebrate Victory, Betty Ireland: WV Secretary of State".
Dates: 2005

West Virginia Wildlife Artists, Works by Ray Harm, Charles Harper, and Others

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.3609
Overview Prints and magazine illustrations by West Virginia artists Ray Harm (5 small items, 21 framed items; 1968-1975), Charles Harper (11 small items, 23 framed items; undated), Don Whitlach (2 framed items), and Thomas J. Allen (2 framed items). A flat storage box (20 in. x 24 in.) contains 6 Charles Harper (Charley Harper) prints and 2 biographical prospectuses on Ray Harm; a portfolio (26 in. x 32 in.) contains 1 oversize Charles Harper print ("Crow in the Snow") and 1 oversize Ray Harm print.
Dates: ca. 1968-1975