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Pil-Pis, 1973-1976

 File — Box: II.F. - 233, Folder: 8

Scope and Contents

This folder contains correspondence with: P. G. Hoye, Acting Commissioner, Department of Public Institutions; Thomas R. Tinder, Commissioner, WV Department of Welfare; Ira S. Latimer Jr., Director, Department of Natural Resources. Topics include: Clarksburg Holy Cross cemetery, Moore extorsion acquittal, speeding tickets, police, oil crisis, Board of Education, Barboursville hospital, hospital conditions, Workmen’s compensation fund, state flags, bicentennial, Pinecrest sanitarium, coal drilling on public land, abortion, Equal rights amendment, Sunday closing law, Young American Medals, Huttonsville Correctional Center, West Virginia Penitentiary, correctional officers’ salaries, Huntington state hospital, energy conservation, education, school building improvement, welfare, pension, public employees’ retirement, Pinnacle Rock State Park, Commission on Aging, social security, healthcare, right to work laws, Human Events newspaper, air pollution, airplanes, coal mining permits, airports, Pipestem State Park, access roads, black lung, teachers retirement board, death penalty.


  • Creation: 1973-1976



Repository Details

Part of the West Virginia and Regional History Center Repository

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P.O. Box 6069
Morgantown WV 26506-6069 US