Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Number: A&M.0839
Scope and Contents This is the second accesion of Dr.Callahan's papers and includes the correspondence of Dr.Callahan and various members of the Callahan and Fuloher families, 1869-1956; mauscripts, notes, documents and printed materials used in research, galley proofs, reprints and bibliographical lists of published writings of Dr. Callahan; class room materials, and various WVU. department reports; family diaries and genealogical information.The correspondence includes a letter from Theodore Roosevelt, February...
Collection Number: A&M.2336
Overview Copies of correspondence and business records of Charles H. James, founder of the James Produce Company, one of the first totally black owned and managed businesses in West Virginia. Correspondents include: Governor J.J. Cornwell, John W. Davis, and Theodore Roosevelt.
Dates: ca. 1915-1929
Collection Number: A&M.2194
Overview A revised and indexed transcript copy of an interview with Dr. O.C. Stine, an expert in agricultural economics who was employed with the Department of Agriculture from the Progressive Era to that of the Fair Deal. Stine tells of his childhood on a farm in Jackson County, WV, his subsequent education in small town southeastern Ohio where his family moved, and his attendance and graduation from Ohio University with a bachelors in liberal arts and education. After teaching briefly on the secondary...
Collection Number: A&M.0006
Scope and Contents Papers documenting the governorship of William E. Glasscock (1862-1925), who served West Virginia in the period 1909-1913. These papers include general correspondence, telegrams, photographs, newspaper clippings regarding strikes, and pamphlets, among other material.General correspondence includes many letters touching a variety of phases of the industrial disturbances in the mining regions of the Great Kanawha Valley in 1912-1913, commonly known as the Cabin Creek--Paint Creek...
Collection Number: A&M.1282
Overview Papers of a Huntington dry goods merchant, W.H. Newcomb, include a domestic diary, 1865, kept by his mother, Emily Cox of Guyandotte, and a clipping scrapbook pertaining to the Newcomb family and the Anderson-Newcomb Department Store. The scrapbook contains obituary notices, society notes, local history items, and an autographed letter from Theodore Roosevelt to W. Barkla, dated 20 October 1900.