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Members of the West Virginia University Cadet Corps pose after winning a competition named after John Baker White, a prominent West Virginian U. S. Army member.
West Virginia University President John Roscoe Turner is photographed with Major Baldwin and the sponsors of the WVU Cadet Corps program.
KKK members strut down 2nd Avenue between Ballengee and Temple Streets in their hoods and robes. The white supremacy organization spread to Hinton but the group's appearance there was not associated with violence as it was in many other parts of the nation.Since then, the Klan's presence has passed from the local scene.
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Print number 176a. (Players from left to right): John Phares, Paul Schimmel, Tony Forte, Milford Gibson, and J.B. Huyett.
Print number 38. (From left to right): Joe Stydahar, Gene Hester, "Babe" Parna, and Andy Mestrovic.