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    The Parthenon, May 11, 1937

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    The Parthenon, May 14, 1948

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    The Parthenon, October 22, 1948

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    The Handbook of Marshall College, 1933-1934

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    The Parthenon, December 3, 1948

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    Oral History Interview: Dave Moore

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    This document is a transcript of a statement given by Dave Moore at a public hearing conducted by the West Virginia Department of Energy on June 28, 1988, in Lincoln County. The purpose of the hearing was to give residents a chance to voice their opinions concerning an application by two coal companies to strip-mine at Six Mile Creek in Lincoln County. Dave Moore argues against the permit, citing questions of business ethics.https://mds.marshall.edu/oral_history/1369/thumbnail.jp

    Oral History Interview: Hercil H. Gartin

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    This interview is one of a series conducted concerning West Virginia police history. At the time of the interview, Hercil H. Gartin was Cabell County Clerk. He discusses: his personal history; police retirement policies; moonshine and illegal stills; an unsolved murder case and other murder cases; police procedures and department procedures; being promoted and moving up in the police department; Walter Payne (a mayor); how law enforcement has changed over the years; incidents he remembers; servicemen returning from war and the situation in Huntington during wartime; other jobs he has had; crime during Prohibition; reasons why people become police officers; campaigning for offices; and his activities (recreational and business) during retirement.https://mds.marshall.edu/oral_history/1317/thumbnail.jp

    Oral History Interview: Mary Messenger & Fannie Garrett

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    This interview is one of a series conducted concerning Labor union women. At the time of the interview, Mary Messenger was with the American Federation of Teachers, Local 4029, and Fanny Garrett was with the Communication Workers of America, Local 2011. They discuss: their work prior to joining the union and other unions they were a part of; their later work experiences (including in the clothing industry, Illinois Bell, and as a job steward); elections in the unions; co-workers and individuals such as Mike Snaggle, Homer Kincaid, & Dick Sams; grievances at the union(s); conferences they attended (including women\u27s conferences for the Communication Workers of America); their families; and other topics.https://mds.marshall.edu/oral_history/1324/thumbnail.jp

    Oral History Interview: Nona Conley

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    This document is a transcript of a statement given by Nona Conley at a public hearing conducted by the West Virginia Department of Energy on June 28, 1988, in Lincoln County. The purpose of the hearing was to give residents a chance to voice their opinions concerning an application by two coal companies to strip-mine at Six Mile Creek in Lincoln County. Nona Conley argues against the permit, discussing legal problems with the company and damage to health & the environment. She also briefly mentions David Callahan.https://mds.marshall.edu/oral_history/1354/thumbnail.jp
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