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Collection Number: A&M.0139
Overview Official records of the American Legion post established at West Virginia University in 1945.
Collection Number: A&M.1668
Overview These scrapbooks which were collected or compiled by B.B. Chapman concern Webster Springs High School, Fairmont State College, Glenville State College, and West Virginia University. Included are correspondence, faculty contracts, diplomas, teaching certificates, report cards, class lists, and other similar materials.
Collection Number: A&M.1991
Overview Correspondence, business papers, educational records of a home economics teacher and supervisor who graduated from West Virginia University, attended Chicago and Columbia universities, taught home economics at Morgantown High School, and was supervisor of home economics for the Monongalia County School System. The papers cover: family affairs; schools in West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and New York; West Virginia Home Economics Association; National Education Association department of...
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,...
Collection Number: A&M.0661
Overview Personal papers of a Glenville attorney, dealing with his law practice, service in the Spanish-American War, and his education at Glenville State Normal School and West Virginia University College of Law.
Collection Number: A&M.2114
Overview Correspondence between Dr. Chrisman, professor of English at West Virginia Wesleyan College, and Dr. Edgar Wesley, professor of education at the University of Minnesota. Subjects include education, religion, politics, Dr. C.H. Ambler, West Virginia Wesleyan College, and West Virginia University.
Collection Number: A&M.2971
Overview Minutes of the meetings of the Trustees dealing with raising and disbursing of funds, the establishment of rules and regulations and the hiring of personnel to supervise and to instruct at the Academy. Special mention is made of site location and awarding and payment of contracts for the erection of a new building. The new building was completed in 1831, located at the northeast corner of Spruce and Walnut Streets. Also mentioned are the trustee boards' decisions on acquiring property and...
North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, Commission on Colleges and Universities, Reports for West Virginia University and Potomac State College
Collection Number: A&M.2171
Overview The North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary encourages cooperative relationships among colleges and universities, examines the quality of higher education, and accredits higher-learning organizations. Collection consists of 1964 reports from the association's Commission on Colleges and Universities (now the Higher Learning Commission) for West Virginia University (WVU) in Morgantown, West Virginia, and Potomac State College, a two-year residential division of WVU, in Keyser, West...
Collection Number: A&M.0016
Overview Miscellaneous papers collected by R. L. Hays include promissory notes from 1827, 1842, 1844, and 1865; a letter by H. N. Ogden to Peregrine Hays, 27 October 1890, regarding instruction in English being given by Ogden at West Virginia University and the number of students allowed in his courses; and a printed list of the courses offered by Ogden with a brief description of each course.
Collection Number: A&M.1587
Overview Correspondence, reports, and other papers of a professor of educational administration and coordinator of field services, West Virginia University. Subjects include the county unit system, the election of superintendents of schools, legislative committee of the West Virginia State Education Association, the Thomas-Hall Education Bill, school taxation, and the State High School Principals Association. Correspondents include Charles E. Hodges, Chapman Revercomb, and Melvin C. Snyder.