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Wheat, Harry G.

 Person

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Andrew Jackson Dadisman (1881-1965), Agricultural Economics Professor, Papers

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.1873
Overview Papers of an agricultural economics professor at West Virginia University, including correspondence, reprints and manuscripts of articles, lecture and research notes, diaries of trips, personal ledgers, pictures, and broadsides. Subjects include Monongalia County Historical Society; wildlife; collecting trips to Canada, Alaska, Labrador, and South Africa; agriculture; genealogy of the Dadisman family; and camel transportation in the U.S. Correspondents include Charles H. Ambler, Nelle Ammons,...
Dates: 1914-1963

Berlin B. Chapman, Compiler, Scrapbook

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.2229
Overview Microfilmed copy of a scrapbook outlining the history of college debating in West Virginia, 1933-1941. The scrapbook was prepared by Dr. Chapman and the Fairmont State College debate teams. Original is in the Fairmont State College Library.
Dates: 1933-1941

Impact of a Half Century of Professional Education, A Symposium Commemorating Fifty Years of Teacher Training in West Virginia

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.1683
Overview Typescript entitled: "The Impact of a Half Century of Professional Education. A Symposium Commemorating Fifty Years of Teacher Training in West Virginia and the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the College of Education of West Virginia University, Morgantown, 25-26 April 1952." Participants include Dean F.W. Stemple, chairman, H.G. Wheat, Robert Clark, Kermit A. Cook, George Colebank, Howard B. Allen, Earl Hudelson, Eston K. Feaster, and Robert D. Baldwin.
Dates: 1952

Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Chapter, Records

 Collection
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