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Purinton, Daniel B.


Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Daniel B. Purinton Letter

Collection Number: A&M.1960
Overview Letter from President D. B. Purinton WVU, to President W. O. Thompson, Ohio State University, inquiring about rules governing athletics at OSU.
Dates: 1901

General Education Board Records

Collection Number: A&M.3193
Overview Correspondence, reports, statistics, maps, photographs and pamphlets related to the efforts in West Virginia of the early southern program of the General Education Board (GEB). The GEB, founded by John D. Rockefeller, is one of the most significant philanthropic efforts in the history of U.S. education particularly noted for its aid to African-American schools, teachers and students. In West Virginia it aided the African-American colleges of West Virginia State, a public institution and Storer,...
Dates: 1901-1967

Morgantown First Baptist Church Minute Books

Collection Number: A&M.3105
Overview The minute books of Morgantown's First Baptist Church. The books chart the growth and change of this locally noted church of the regular Baptist denomination. The books contain church covenants, membership lists, statistics, treasurer reports, church committee, society and officer reports, correspondence, and Sunday school records. Mention is made of the establishment of a mission by the church in Sabraton and of a missionary effort to the local Italian-American community. Prominent members...
Dates: 1842-1958

Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Chapter, Records

Collection Number: A&M.3186
Overview Record book, photo and certificate of the West Virginia University Alpha chapter of a national honorary fraternity, Phi Beta Kappa. A chapter charter was granted only to those institutions whose standards measured up to a high scholastic ideal. The fraternity's purpose being to undertake to conserve the influences that were restored and liberated by the Renaissance, specifically those influences that refine and humanize mankind. Membership was open to those undergraduate seniors in the top...
Dates: 1910-1936