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Boh-Bol, 1985-1988

 File — Box II.F. - 13, Folder: 6
Scope and Contents This folder contains correspondence with: Thomas Bolger, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, Bell Atlantic, Pam Bolling, President, Hancock County Republican Women’s Club; Bob Bollinger, Program Coordinator PATRIOTIC DAY 86; and John Bolton, Assistant Attorney General, U.S. Department of Justice. Topics include: industrial development, human services, public safety, Moundsville Penitentiary, drug trafficking, department of motor vehicles, highways, commission on aging,...
Dates: 1985-1988

Coleman, 1985-1988

 File — Box II.F. - 27, Folder: 9
Scope and Contents This folder contains correspondence with: James Coleman, Director of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Office of the National Park Service; Pat Ellicott, Comptroller of the Office of the Governor; Ron Coleman, Vice President of Human Resources of Ashland Coal Inc. Topics include: Taxes, Land and Water Conservation Fund, Natural Resources, Community Development, National Park Service, Human Services, Governor’s Office of Community and Industrial Development, Health, Highways, Clean Jobs Act,...
Dates: 1985-1988

Bool - Bore, 1973-1976

 File — Box II.F. - 168, Folder: 7
Scope and Contents This folder contains correspondence with Honorable Lewis N. McManus, Speaker of the House of Delegates; Edwin F. Flowers, Commissioner of Welfare; Honorable O. Bee Boothe, Mayor of Oakvale; Thomas Tinder, Commissioner of Welfare. Topics include: Department of Commerce, Department of Health, Colonial Gas Company, Department of Welfare, Department of Agriculture, Public Service Commission, “Mr. Rainbow Visits Area”, State of Florida Professional and Occupational Regulation, West Virginia...
Dates: 1973-1976

Short, E. - Shoz, 1969-1972

 File — Box II.F. - 182, Folder: 8
Scope and Contents This folder contains correspondence with: Hal E. Short, Short and Associates, Washington D.C.; Edwin F. Flowers, Commissioner, Department of Welfare; A.L. Lively, Chief, General Enviromental & Food Control Section, Division of Sanitary Engineering, Department of Health. Topics include: 1972 election, Moundsville Penitentiary, highway development, coal gasification, Aid to the Disabled, election, coal industry, Department of the Interior, strip mining, National Governor’s Conference,...
Dates: 1969-1972

Prind-Pro, 1973-1976

 File — Box II.F. - 238, Folder: 13
Scope and Contents This folder contains correspondence with: Thomas R. Tinder, Commissioner, WV Department of Welfare; Jerry Apodaca, Governor of New Mexico; J. Richard Barber, Alcohol Beverage Control Commissioner; Edwin F. Flowers, Commissioner, WV Department of Welfare; Patrick J. Lucey, Governor of Wisconsin; Donald E. Procknow, President, Western Electric. Topics include: state flags, food stamps, veterans’ pensions, Moundsville Penitentiary riot, prison reform, Medicaid, welfare, social security,...
Dates: 1973-1976

Shanf-Sharz, 1968-1973

 File — Box II.F. - 181, Folder: 10
Scope and Contents This folder contains correspondence with: Herbert L. Sharp, Director of Development, West Virginia Wesleyan College; Dr. E. Preston Sharp, General Secretary, The American Correctional Association; H. Ward Nicklin, Assistant Commissioner, Program Operations, Department of Welfare; Donald Clark, Commissioner, Department of Public Institutions; P.G. Hoye, Deputy Commissioner, Department of Public Institutions. Topics include: private colleges, drug abuse programs, Denmar State Hospital, summer...
Dates: 1968-1973

John A. F. Martin, Richmond City to Louisa Martin, 1854 February 18

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 10
Scope and Contents Governor "invited about 40 of us to see & sup with him last night." Served soup, fish, turkey & oysterspie, and dessert of ice cream with preserved oranges float. Great deal of wine and champagne, so a jolly party. No women there. Several turnpike and bridge bills have passed. Alexandria Loudon & Hampshire Railroad will be voted on next week. Charles S. Moran elected as superintendent of penitentiary after long battle. A letter from Baldwin expressed ill humor because John...
Dates: 1854 February 18

Pah-Palmer, D, 1973-1976

 File — Box II.F. - 236, Folder: 6
Scope and Contents This folder contains correspondence with: Thomas R. Tinder, Commissioner, WV Department of Welfare; Edwin F. Flowers, Commissioner, WV Department of Welfare; Robert C. Byrd, US Senator for West Virginia. Topics include: letters of recommendation, Appalachian Regional Commission, employment, consumer protection bills, water service, education, Workmen’s Compensation Fund, disability, utility rates, teachers’ salaries, social security, food stamps, Medicaid, junk cars, Transportation...
Dates: 1973-1976

Seibert, George H., Jr. , 1969-1973

 File — Box II.F. - 179, Folder: 11
Scope and Contents This folder contains correspondence with: George H. Jr, House of Delegates, West Virginia; James R. Clowser, Supervisor, Division of Administration, Department of Mental Health; Elaine Davidson, Executive Secretary, Governor of West Virginia. Topics include: Blennerhassett Island, state birds, House Finance Committee, strip mining, Fire Marshall, West Virgina Human Rights Commission, employment, Civil Defense Director, summer employment, Colin Anderson Center at St. Mary’s, postmaster,...
Dates: 1969-1973

Cog-Coi, 1985-1988

 File — Box II.F. - 26, Folder: 18
Scope and Contents This folder contains correspondence with: Don Cogman and R. Spencer Oliver, Co-Chairmen, The American Council of Young Political Leaders; Joe Kirby, Director of Administrative Services, College of Graduate Studies; Bertie Cohen, Chairperson, State Commission on Aging; Claire Cohen, Vice President, Managing Director, State Ratings, Moody’s Investors Service; Edwin Cohen, Executive Director, Agency for Instructional Technology; and James Coil, Professor of Surgery, Marshall University. Topics...
Dates: 1985-1988