Bond, Donovan H.
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Number: A&M.3889
Overview Correspondence, publications, printed material, research material, photographs, and clippings of former West Virginia University professor of journalism and Director of Development Donovan Bond (9 February 1921 - 12 June 1995) of Morgantown, West Virginia. Main topics include West Virginia University-related material, including Bond's involvement in Phi Sigma Kappa; genealogy on several early West Virginia families, including Bond, Dent, Core, McWhorter, Romine, Hiner, Scott, Maxson, and...
Dates: 1861-1998; Majority of material found within ca. 1914-1980
Collection Number: A&M.3486
Collection Number: A&M.3702
Overview Research papers of Donovan Bond, a professor of Journalism at West Virginia University, regarding the 1772 proposal for a Colony of Vandalia in western Virginia territory, and histories of frontier forts (ca. 1749-1794) in western Virginia. Also includes photocopies of original 18th century documents. Material covers the years 1754-2002.
Dates: 1962-2002, undated; Majority of material found in 1756-1995
Collection Number: A&M.2050
Scope and Contents Correspondence, reports, financial records, and minutes of the West Virginia Centennial Commission from 1958-1964. This material was obtained for the Library by Festus P. Summers, commission member. Much of Dr. Summers' personal correspondence as a commission member is included. Correspondents include Don Crislip, Cecil H. Underwood, P.H. Price, Lyndon B. Johnson, Philip Conley, William D. Barns, Ross B. Johnson, Festus P. Summers, Robert L. Hogg, George More, Frances Krauskopf, Donovan Bond,...
Collection Number: A&M.2069
Overview Includes material regarding the centennial of West Virginia University (WVU). Includes mostly sound recordings; the collection also includes correspondence, notes, memos, and other material, including the files of Don Bond, Director of the Development Office, and the files of Charles Shetler, Curator of the West Virginia Collection, West Virginia University Libraries. Box 1 contains a copy of a WVU centennial edition of a Charleston Gazette newspaper magazine dated 2 February 1967.