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Holt was the first woman to serve as Secretary of State in West Virginia. She was also an active volunteer for the Red Cross. She is most well known for her work in improving the housing and healthcare for the elderly of America.
Pictured with U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Lynn. Holt was the first woman Secretary of State in West Virginia in 1955-1956. She continued active political participation long after her term and is most well known for her work in improving the housing and health care for the elderly.
Helen Holt (middle) is pictured with the First Ladies of the 40th and 41st Presidents of the United States. Helen Holt was the first woman secretary of West Virginia and also had a great influence on the improvement of housing and healthcare for the elderly in later political activity.
Helen Holt was the first woman to serve as Secretary of State of West Virginia (1955-1956). She also led the most important program in housing and long term healthcare for the elderly of America in her late political work with the FHA and HUD.
Helen Holt was the first woman Secretary of State of West Virginia (1955-1956. She is also known for her work in greatly improving the housing and long term health care for the elderly.
Helen Holt was the first woman to serve as Secretary of State in West Virginia (1955-1956). She is also well known for her later political efforts in vastly improving housing and long term health care for the elderly.
A duty of Secretary of State. Helen Holt served as the first woman Secretary of State from 1955-1956. She is also well known for her later career work with HUD in greatly improving the housing conditions and long term health care of the elderly.
Helen Holt was the first woman to serve as Secretary of State in West Virginia from 1955-1956. She later went on to greatly improve the housing conditions and long term health care of the elderly of America through her political activity. She is well known for being behind the construction of 1,000 modern long term health care facilities.
Helen Holt was the first woman to serve as Secretary of State for West Virginia. She is also famous for her efforts to improve the housing conditions and long term health care of the American elderly population.
A man stands on a sign up a pole with a fire siren in his hand.
People posing on pillar, celebrating the surrender of Japan during World War II.
Center: US Army General Jonathan M. Wainwright, Commander of Allied Forces in the Philippines at the time of their surrender to Japan in 1942.  Wainwright was a POW, held by the Japanese until his liberation in August 1945.
Two boys sit on under a post while celebrating Japan's surrender to the Allied Forces during World War II.
Civilians and Sailors perched the top of a trolley in San Francisco enjoying the celebration of Japan's surrender during World War II.
Inscribed on the back of the photo, 'Senator Rush D. Holt buys a peace bond from Frederick J. Libby, Executive Secretary of the National Council for Prevention of War, which launched a million dollar issue of peace bonds to build a more adequate American peace movement.'
The young man with Senator Holt is not identified.
Holt delivers a speech from the back of a train during his 1952 campaign for West Virginia Governor. The name of the train was the 'Eisenhower Special', after General Dwight D. Eisenhower who was running for president. Stamped on the back of the photo, ' Photographic Department Weirton Steel Co., Weirton, West Va.'.
Surrounded by an audience, including local media such as WCHS Radio, with a large photograph of President Franklin Roosevelt hanging over his head, Rush Holt drives home his message.
U. S. Senator Holt from West Virginia, poses with a dog.
Portrait of United States Senator Rush D. Holt. Inscribed on the photograph,' Young people should not be afraid to put their ideas against those of their elders. They should not accept things simply because those things are old and conventional. This is a time for questioning and experimentation. It is through this kind of conflict that every worth while advance has come. Young people must not follow the old standards and leaders blindly through.'
Senator Rush Holt from Weston, West Virginia, at work seated at his desk.
A car sits by  the Malden Fire Department with a sign that reads "Vote Rush Holt IN, State House Gang OUT". The photograph was most likely taken during one of Rush Holt's campaign's for state office.
Rush Holt stands with other candidates during a campaign rally.
United States Senator Rush D. Holt from Weston, West Virginia, pauses while working at his desk.
Senator Holt holds up a post that reads "Youth and Democracy Rally"  and advertises Holt as the guest speaker.
Back of photograph reads: "Olivia de Havilland, film star here for the Washington premiere of "Gone With The Wind", pays a visit to the capitol. Where she was met by four bachelor Senators. Left to right are: Sen. Joe Guffey, Sen. Theodore Green, Sen. Richard Russell, and Rush D. Holt.
Inscription on back of cabinet card reads: "Your agnostic friend M.S. Holt. "Christmas" 1885".  Dr. Holt was the father of U. S. Senator Rush D. Holt.
Inscribed on the back of the photo: ' Mrs. Rush D. Holt, DACOWITS member from Charleston, West Virginia and Captain Winifred R. Quick, Assistant Chief of Naval Personnel (Women) (Waves) are pictured in the Department of Defense while attending the April 6-7, 1959 meeting of the Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Service.'
Helen Holt swearing in to new job at FHA.  Dr. Frederick Brown Harris is pictured as well, along with a Methodist Church Chaplin.
Pictured are:Clyde Cronin-SecretaryJ. Bert-Hospital ChairNicholson-PresidentMrs. Holt-GuestJ. E. White-TreasurerE.V. StudwellP. Chairman
Pequonia Lion's ClubRev. Frame
Helen Holt at her commencement at Fairmont College
Senator John Warner is the man second from right and Helen Holt is the woman on the right.
Helen Holt is in the back row, third from the left.
People in title listed from left to right. Inscribed on back of photograph is "Mrs. Helen Holt Assistant Commissioner at Institution State Capital."
Helen Holt is the woman sitting down in the middle.
Caption on back of photograph reads: "Picture taken at Weston as Mrs. Davis signs oath of office as only woman member of State Advisory Board Department of Public Assistance. After Mrs. Rush Holt, Secretary of State, administered the oath."
A duty of the Secretary of State (Helen Holt).
People pictured from left to right.
People pictured from left to right.
Father: Matthew Holt, Mother: Chilela Holt, Jane (front center), Andrew (back left), Rush, Matthew, Charles, Margaret (front right)
Birthplace of Rush D. Holt.
The Holt family gathered in front of their Christmas tree.