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Doris Duke and Jennings Randolph walking off the porch.
Mr. Nolan (right), Jennings Randolph (center), and Bushrod Grimes (left) speak while visiting Arthurdale in September 1933.
'Left to Right: 1.Unknown, 2.Unknown, 3.Unknown, 4. Jennings Randolph, 5.Unknown, 6. John Nolan, Landscape Architect, 7. Bushrod Grimes, 8.Unknown.'
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt shakes the hand of a graduate and hands out diplomas during the graduation ceremony at Arthurdale High School in Arthurdale, West Virginia.  Jennings Randolph visible on the stage.
E. Grant Nine, Arthurdale School Principal is beside Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt. Behind her, are Doris Duke and Jennings Randolph.
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt is shaking the hands with an unidentified man in uniform. Behind her are Jennings Randolph and Doris Duke.
Homesteaders standing with Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt and Jennings Randolph.
'We Mountaineers will do our share in the fight for liberty' Representative Jennings Randolph, a native of Morgantown, asserted during the mass meeting held in the field house at West Virginia University the afternoon of November 17, 1941. When the people of Morgantown, W. Va. held their Defense Day celebration.'
Jennings Randolph standing next to man at table.
A speaker is talking to a group at a luncheon. J.W. Ruby, Jennings Randolph, and Orville Freeman, Secretary of Agriculture attended the luncheon.
'From left to right: unknown, unknown, Dyke Raese, Jennings Randolph, Hulett Smith, Gov.'
Left to Right, men with shovels are Bill Hart, Jennings Randolph, A. James Manchin, and unknown.