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WVU President James G. Harlow speaks at dedication ceremony of the bell from the armored cruiser and battleship U.S.S. West Virginia. Oglebay Hall is pictured in the background.
'Phenomenal whistler. Bird Imitator. Baritone soloist.'
'Women's Centenary Project Photo Courtesy of Helen H. Coontz (grandaughter.)'
'WATCH YOUR CREDIT; No objection to reproducing or publishing this picture provided credit line "PHOTO by U.S. Army Signal Corps" appears on the photograph or page, except that permission must be obtained from the War Department if it is desired for use in commercial advertising.'
A photograph of a military man with the last name Hickman on stage receiving what appears to be an award of some sort.
A photograph of G. Cliff Hough examining a map of the Morgantown area.
Born 1844.
'Photograph of Judge J.T. Hoke, President, Board of Regents, 1867, who presented the keys to Dr. Alexander Martin, First President of the University, June 27, 1867.; Presented to Dr. John R. Turner by R.A. West, May 31, 1934.'
'Samuel R. Hurley, of Grundy, Va., who will be nominated for Congress by Republicans of the Ninth Virginia district at their convention to be held in Bristol Saturday, April 3.'
'Founder Bank of Alderson, later First Nat. in 1901.'
A photograph of Dana Hicks, holding a hunting rifle, with his dog outside a cabin.
'Born March 27th, 1794; Died Feb. 8th, 1881'
'b. 1799; m. Ann King 1819 Monongalia Co. WV; d. May 1868 Monongalia Co. WV'
A photograph of Susan Hood, a student at Morgantown High School, at what appears to be the high school's science fair.
"They wore hats in those days."
Stanley Harris, far right.
Several miles north of Franklin on So. Branch.
Husband of Juliette Ruth Tigner, 1891-1959. Father of Susan Adelaide Hays Ashbrook, 1917-.
"Faithful WVU Football fan- carried hatchet to all WVU home football games and his cheer was Chop 'em down! "
Mrs. Abijah Hays, born Dec. 12 1867.
Supt. McShain Co. Buildings, WVU.
M. Hall's dog, Duke in straps to pull a toy cart.

69. Halaby

Granville Davisson Hall (1837-1934) of Harrison County distinguished himself as author, editor, historian and public official.
George Harvey is a manager of Sprague Company Store.
'Hall distinguished himself as author, editor, historian and public official.  As a young man, this Harrison County author became so interested in the Pitman shorthand system that he determined he would master it from a manual which he possessed.  After teaching school for one term, he took his earnings and went to Washington where he obtained a position in the U. S. Senate copying debates.  He returned to his native Virginia in 1861 and went to work on the Wheeling Intelligencer just before Virginia seceded from the Union in April, 1861.  He made verbatim recordings of the conventions held in Wheeling from 1861-1863.  When the legislature of the new state met at Linsly Institute, Hall was chosen clerk of the House of Delegates.  He served as Secretary of State from 1866-1868 and then retired from political life, having acquired part ownership of the Wheeling Intelligencer.  He was the paper's editor until 1873.  Hall's historical works include: The Rending of Virginia (1902); Lee's Invasion of Northwest Virginia in 1861 (1911); and The Two Virginias (1915).  Among his works of literature are: Daughter of the Elm (1899) and Old Gold (1907).
Richard Harte, President of W. Va. Chamber of Commerce.
Peregrine Hayes (1820-1903)was a Confederate guerrilla in central West Virginia during the Civil War.
The inscription reads "To my good friend Ned Smith, James H. Hanway, Mayor."
'Judge W. H. Hagen: Member of first City council one of organizers of Bank of Huntington and the First Huntington National Bank.'
Signed portrait of Granville Davisson Hall who participated in the formation of the state of West Virginia and authored, "The Rending of Virginia".
Three sisters, posing in a garden, all became teachers.
Capt. George Haldeman of Haldeman Elder Trans-Atlantic Flight.He was a pioneering aviator who barnstormed and set flight records. In 1921 he made one of the first trans-continental flights from Florida to California.
He preached the first Mother's Day Methodist Sermon in Andrews Methodist Church. He chose as his text John 19 chapter, 26-27 verses. "Woman, behold thy son, and to the Disciple, behold thy Mother."