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Dedication by Sec. of Interior Stewart Udall of new plant at Cresaps, W. Va. Conversion of coal to gasoline. Seated 2nd from left is Arch A. Moore of the U.S. House of Representatives.
Left to right: President James G. Harlow, Governor Arch Moore, and Cyrus R. Vance.
WVU Birthday Dinner of Feb. 13, 1967.
'100th Anniversary Birthday Dinner on Feb. 13, 1967.  The banquet was delayed six days due to an unexpectedly heavy snow storm.  Cutting the birthday cake are, left to right: Governor Hulett Smith, acting WVU President Harry B. Heflin, and Congressman Arch A. Moore.'
'100th Anniversary Birthday Dinner Cake-Cutting ceremonies.  Left to right are: Gov. Hulett Smith, acting WVU President Harry B. Heflin, and Congressman Arch A. Moore.'
'Part of head table at Feb. 13, WVU Birthday Dinner.  From left to right: those identifiable include: Elvis Stahr, president of Indiana University and former WVU President; Dave Jacobs, executive secretary of WVU Alumni Association; Congressman Arch Moore; Mrs. Thomas White, Governor Hulett Smith; Thomas White, president of the Alumni Association; Dr. Harry B. Heflin, Acting WVU president; Jack Canfield, aide to Governor Smith; and Irvin Stewart, past president of WVU.'
'Feb. 13, 1967 WVU Birthday Dinner, from left to right: Ray Wilkins; Joe Gluck, WVU Director of Student Affairs; Congressman Arch Moore; Marine Corps Brig. Gen. and WVU alumnus General Earl E. Anderson.  Woman with back turned is unidentified.'
A scene from the Festival of Ideas Program showing the panelist from left to right: Wesley Bagby (History Prof.); Robert Theobald (Author); Paul Selby( Law School Dean); Arch A. Moore, Jr. (congressman); and an unidentified man, possibly State Department Official.
'Originals moved with R.C.B. collection to the R. C. Byrd Center for Legislative Studies at Shepherd University.'
Congressman Arch Moore and Governor Hulett Smith and WVU President Harry Heflin on the end in the picture.