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Title: Tharp, H. B. Letter (copy)
Call number: A&M No.: 2559
Creator: Tharp, H. B.
Inclusive dates: 1882
Extent: 1 folder
Abstract: Xerox copy of a letter home dated March 21, 1881, from a West Virginia University student to his mother and father, H.B. Tharp, in Ritchie County.
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Title: Eagle, E. C. and H.B. Papers
Call number: A&M No.: 721
Inclusive dates: ca. 1910-80
Extent: 1 ft. 3 in. (3 document cases, 5 in. each)
Abstract: The letters and papers of E.C. & H.B. Eagle, a father and son legal firm of Hinton, Summers County. Subjects mentioned are election campaigns, women's suffrage, prohibition, World War II, Korean War, gun control, and the goals and strategies of the Republican Party. Correspondents include Robert C. Byrd, Walter S. Hallanan, Rush D. Holt, Arch A. Moore, Jennings Randolph, Hulett C. Smith, Cecil Underwood.
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Title: Price, Paul H., Surveyor. Photographic Survey of West Virginia Roads and Other Material
Call number: A&M No.: 3690
Creator: Price, Paul H.
Creator, Corp name: West Virginia. State Road Commission
Inclusive dates: 1925-1935
Extent: 7 1/2 in. (2 document cases)
Abstract: Photographs compiled by Paul H. Price. The collection includes a photographic survey of West Virginia roads conducted by Price for the State Road Commission of West Virginia in the period ca. 1925-1935. Many of West Virginia's counties are included in this series of photographs. There are also photographs of the West Virginia landscape (most notably the eastern panhandle), unidentified landscapes, archaeological artifacts, the Paul H. Price family, and other material. Includes negatives and prints.
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Title: Marple, John H., Soldier. Civil War Discharge Papers
Call number: A&M No.: 1120
Creator: Marple, John H.
Inclusive dates: 1864, 1865, 1941
Extent: 3 items
Abstract: Discharge papers of Private John H. Marple, Co. A, 10th Reg, W. Va. Inf., and a private bill, H. R. 3804 to increase the pension of his widow, Lelia H. Marple.
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Title: Holt-Keyes Families. Papers
Call number: A&M No.: 631
Creator, Family name: Holt-Keyes Families
Inclusive dates: 1878-1944
Extent: 1 ft. 8 1/4 in. (4 document cases, 5 in. each); (1 oversize folder, 1/4 in.)
Abstract: Business and personal correspondence of several members of the Holt and Keyes families of Barbour County, West Virginia, including Ben M., Charles, Samuel T.H., and Stephen Holt, and W.G. and Bertha Holt Keyes. The collection includes records of firms operated by these families, mainly the Keyes Lumber Company, the Holt Ice Company, and Holt's Mill; genealogical material on the Holt family; records relating to foundries, coal, coke, building supplies, general merchandise, farm and construction work, mine post sales, and the Elk Creek Oil and Gas Company.
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Title: Forbes, Anderson, and Hildebrand Families. Correspondence and Other Material
Call number: A&M No.: 2641
Inclusive dates: 1862-1863, 1900-1985, 2013
Extent: 1 ft. 3 in. (2 document cases, 5 in. each; 2 document cases, 2 1/2 in.)
Abstract: Records related to the Forbes, Anderson, and Hildebrand families of northern West Virginia. The Forbes and Anderson families were related by marriage, some of whom lived in Morgantown; the Hildebrands were neighbors of the Forbes family in Morgantown. The Forbes and Anderson papers include genealogical information, correspondence, greeting cards, photographs, and other material. The Hildebrand papers include correspondence, World War I and World War II records, photographs, medical and financial records, and newspaper clippings, among other material. Of special interest in the collection is a 24 November 1862 proclamation issued by Virginia Governor Francis H. Pierpont regarding the West Virginia statehood bill before the United State Congress at that time.
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Title: Smith, Clarence Edwin (1885-1959). Papers
Call number: A&M No.: 258
Creator: Smith, Clarence Edwin (1885-1959)
Inclusive dates: 1787-1957
Extent: 1 ft. 2 1/2 in. (2 document cases, 5 in. each); (2 folders, 1 1/2 in.); (1 scrapbook, 3 in.); (1 oversize folder, 3 items)
Abstract: Correspondence, business and legal records, account books, news releases, clippings, and family papers and photographs of a U.S. marshal (1916-1922); editor of the Fairmont TIMES (1925-1959) and Wheeling REGISTER (1933-1935); Democratic politician; member of the National Bituminous Coal Commission (1935-1939); and businessman. Subjects include: Smith's student days at Virginia Military Institute; West Virginia National Guard; Monongah Mine Relief Committee; Associated Press; Association Against the Prohibition Amendment; Eighteenth Amendment; presidential elections and national and state politics, 1916-1956; John W. Davis; Alfred E. Smith; post-World War I radicalism and reaction; Ku Klux Klan; United Mine Workers; National Miners' Union; labor conflict, 1920s; U.S. Railway Administration; New Deal agencies; and Mountain Lake Park, Maryland. Correspondents include Van A. Bittner, William E. Chilton, William G. Conley, John J. Cornwell, John W. Davis, Eugene V. Debs, James A. Farley, William Green, Averell Harriman, Homer Adams Holt, Rush Dew Holt, Hugh S. Johnson, Louis Johnson, Harley M. Kilgore, H.G. Kump, John L. Lewis, William A. MacCorkle, J. Howard McGrath, Clarence W. Meadows, M.M. Neely, Okey L. Patteson, Jennings Randolph, Adlai E. Stevenson, Clarence W. Watson, and James O. Watson. There are also papers of Clarence L. Smith (1850-1905), editor of the Fairmont INDEX (1889) and founder of the Fairmont TIMES (1900), which include a domestic diary of his wife, 1876-1910; minute book of the Fleming Association, 1890-1894; papers of Clarence Edwin Smith, Jr., 1940-1941; papers of Thomas Barns (1750-1836), and his sons, John S. (delegate to Second Wheeling Convention) and James F.; Marion County millers and manufacturers, 1795-1908. There are also papers of Waitman T. Willey and a taped interview with C.E. Smith, 1956. Correspondents include John L. Lewis, Matthew M. Neely, Francis H. Pierpont, and John J. Cornwell. There are also papers, 1917-1950, of Smith's brother, Earl H. (1880-1941), co-founder and editor of the Fairmont TIMES (1900-1925), state legislator, officer in the National Guard, and state commander of the American Legion. Subjects include World War I; Woodrow Wilson; American Legion; and state and national politics, 1918-1940. Correspondents include John J. Cornwell, John W. Davis, Sam T. Mallison, M.M. Neely, Jennings Randolph, and Howard Sutherland. The collection also includes papers, 1908-1940, of Herschel H. Rose, Smith's son-in-law, Fairmont attorney, Democrat politician, and circuit court judge. M.M. Neely is a correspondent. Financial records include account books, 1826-1893, of Thomas Barns, John S. Barns and Company, Barns, Fleming and Company (1857), James R. Fleming, woolen and flour milling, shoe manufacturing, and general merchandise operations in Marion County; account book of Mary Fleming Smith, 1888-1912; Fairmont Newspaper Publishing Company, 1919-1949; Fairmont Broadcasting Company, 1932, 1947-1949; and Jackson Coal Company, 1917-1924; Fairmont Coal Company founding mortgage document, 1901 (box 2, folder 4).
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Title: Ambler, H.K. Account Books
Call number: A&M No.: 2075
Creator: Ambler, H. K.
Inclusive dates: 1915-1952
Extent: 3 in. (1 small flat storage box)
Abstract: Ambler's accounts with the heirs of S.W. Ambler and S.M. Keys of Jefferson County, West Virginia. Other heirs are Letty C., Lucy J. and C.E. Ambler. There are also entries concerning the estates of H. Keys, S.W. Washington, and Jacob Zinn. There is information on management of farms and residences, business firms in the area of Charles Town, tenant and owner shares, U.S. Treasury crop allotments, and labor shortages during World War II.
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Title: Watson Family. Papers
Call number: A&M No.: 1949
Creator, Family name: Watson Family
Inclusive dates: 1694 (1783-1953)
Extent: 1/2 in. (1 folder)
Abstract: Correspondence, land papers, accounts, receipts, notes, wills, clippings, and other papers of a prominent Marion County family. Specifically mentioned are: business transactions in Harrison, Marion, Randolph, and Barbour counties; coal and iron mining; agriculture; schools; churches; social and economic conditions in Kentucky, Georgia, Louisiana, South Carolina, Missouri, Illinois, Iowa, California, Morgantown, Fairmont, and Wheeling; Ireland and European travel; westward migration, 1849; gold mining; slaves; genealogy of the Watson and Haymond families; strikes and labor meetings; conservation; politics; the Barrackville Covered Bridge; and the Beverly-Fairmont Turnpike. Correspondents include Creed Haymond, Archbishop John Hughes, and Henry, James G., James O., Rebecca D., Thomas and Benjamin H. Watson. Other persons or firms mentioned include the Fairmont & Palatine Bridge Company; and W.C. Haymond.
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Title: Callahan, James Morton, Historian. Papers
Call number: A&M No.: 1075
Creator: Callahan, James Morton (1864-1956)
Inclusive dates: 1836-1956
Extent: 5 in. (1 document case)
Abstract: Papers of an Indiana-born professor of history, 1902-1940, and dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, 1916-1929, at West Virginia University, whose subject specialties were U.S. diplomatic history and West Virginia local history. The collection consists of correspondence, research notes, and newspaper clippings which relate to his career. There is material on his education at Johns Hopkins University and correspondence, 1869-1956, among members of the Callahan and Fulcher families in West Virginia and Indiana. Unpublished manuscripts include drafts of "History of West Virginia University"; "Presidents of West Virginia University"; "Foundations of American Northern Frontier Development"; "Foundations of American Continental Security Policy and Inter-American Relations; a Study in American Diplomacy"; "Introductions to American Expansion Policy"; "The Evolution of a Midwestern Octogenarian"; and "History of the History Department (West Virginia University)." Correspondents include John W. Foster, Herschel V. Johnson, George H. Blakeslee, Henry L. Stimson, F.A. Updyke, French E. Chadwick, Charles G. Fenwick, Harold Temperly, and George A. Finch.
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Title: Sturgiss, George Cookman (1842-1925). Papers
Call number: A&M No.: 1671
Creator: Sturgiss, George Cookman (1842-1925)
Inclusive dates: 1838-1896, 1909-1910
Extent: 1/4 in. (1 folder)
Abstract: Correspondence and other papers of a Morgantown judge, railroad promoter, and U.S. congressman, and his mother, Lucinda (Miner) Sturgiss. There is also an engagement book used by Sturgiss and Charlotte Kent Sturgiss for 1907-1909. Subjects include the activities of Alfred Gallatin Sturgiss, a Methodist Episcopal minister in northeastern Ohio and northwestern Pennsylvania, 1837-1845; Millerism; Henry Ward Beecher; P.T. Barnum; Duff's College; oil wells (1859); Civil War; evangelism; Sturgiss' political troubles in his bid for renomination to Congress in 1910; and the unveiling of the Francis H. Pierpont statue in Statuary Hall, Washington, D.C. For photographs related to this collection, go to wvhistoryonview.org and search for this collection's four digit call number (otherwise known as an a&m number).
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Title: Heiskell, H. B. Diary of Travel
Call number: A&M No.: 3099
Creator: Heiskell, H. B.
Inclusive dates: 1847-1954
Extent: 1 in.
Abstract: A diary of an overland frontier journey to the California gold fields by H. B. Heiskell. The account is about traveling from the Rockies to the Sierras. As part of a wagon train, Heiskell mentions fellow passengers and the daily events of the journey. He notes in detail the scenery, particularly the character of the soil and streams. Mention is made of Native Americans/First Nations Peoples, namely the Paiutes, Shoshonees and Utes. Rumors are related about prices in California, the death of President Polk, and the Mormon settlement at Salt Lake City. The volume also contains a scrapbook portion composed of newspaper clippings about various members of the Heiskell family of Tennessee and related families such as Wallace, Roberts, Frierson and Witzmann.
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Title: Cravens, Jay H., Compiler. Report Regarding Monongahela National Forest Timber Management
Call number: A&M No.: 4030
Inclusive dates: 1975
Extent: 1/4 in. (1 folder)
Abstract: A photocopy of "The Monongahela Decision," a report compiled by Jay H. Cravens regarding the timber management practices of the Monongahela National Forest and the effect of those practices on the health of the forest. Cravens was the current Regional Forester. This material was compiled in the wake of the "Monongahela Decision" court case. The court found that current timber practices were in violation of the law and therefore restricted planned timbering of the forest.
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Title: Kellogg, Horace, Soldier. Civil War Letter Regarding Civilian Compensation and Prosecution
Call number: A&M No.: 648
Creator: Kellogg, Horace
Inclusive dates: 1862
Extent: 1 page (1 folder)
Abstract: Letter of 28 November 1862, written by Horace Kellogg, a Captain of the 123rd Ohio Infantry, to Rufus Maxwell of St. George, Tucker County, (West) Virginia. The letter concerns repayment for robberies perpetrated against Union citizens by Confederate partisans. Maxwell had been ordered to pay eighty-five dollars towards this debt by 1 December 1862. Kellogg reports the consequences of failing to pay the debt, as ordered by Brigadier General Robert H. Milroy. Milroy's order specifies that persons found in violation shall have their houses burnt, be themselves shot, and have their property seized. The order continues that similar punishment would be brought against citizens that withheld information from Union troops. Receipt of payment is endorsed on the letter, dated 31 November 1862. See historical note for further information concerning Rufus Maxwell.
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Title: Arthurdale Homestead Project. Miscellaneous Papers
Call number: A&M No.: 2178
Creator, Corp name: Arthurdale Homestead Project
Inclusive dates: 1933-1942, 1977-1993
Extent: 5 in. (1 document case, 5 in.); (1 oversize item)
Abstract: Correspondence, business records, press releases, photographs, newspaper clippings, and printed material, regarding the resettlement of unemployed coal miners and their families to Arthurdale, West Virginia. Collection contains the papers of Bushrod Grimes (1888-1957), Project Manager of the Arthurdale Subsistence Homestead Project, 1933-1935, and pertains to the planning and administration of the Project. Correspondents include M.L. Wilson, Guy W. Numbers, Eleanor Roosevelt, Arthur Woods, W.E. Muldoon, O.B. Smart, Kathryn Fenn, H.W. MacGregor, J.G. Sillenbeck, Charles E. Pynchon, and G.M. Flynn. Oversize item is panoramic photograph titled "View of the Experimental Homestead Farm, Reedsville, WV; Mansion in the foreground to be made into school building," dated 1933/12. For photographs related to this collection, go to wvhistoryonview.org and search for this collection's four digit call number (otherwise known as an a&m number).
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Title: Keadle, Roy H. Scrapbook
Call number: A&M No.: 2873
Creator: Keadle, Roy H.
Inclusive dates: ca. 1891-1896, 1900-1938
Extent: 2 1/2 in. ( 1 document case)
Abstract: The scrapbook was kept by Roy H. Keadle (1890-1961), eldest son of N.S. Keadle (1860-1935), first sheriff of Mingo County. Included are: several printed programs and invitations for functions in Williamson, West Virginia; one letter from Virgil A. Lewis, West Virginia State Historian; and a printed "Official Vote of Mingo County" for an election on 3 November 1909. Scrapbook contains photographs, postcards, calling cards, entertainment programs and news clippings. Included are: news clippings on the funeral of President McKinley and pre-World War I local Republican intra-party rivalry, campaign literature, and election ballots (in particular the 1914 ballot listing 5 parties).
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Title: Watson Family. Papers
Call number: A&M No.: 1815
Creator, Family name: Watson Family
Inclusive dates: 1694 (1783-1953)
Extent: 1 reel of microfilm
Abstract: Correspondence, land papers, accounts, receipts, notes, wills, clippings, and other papers of a prominent Marion County family. Specifically mentioned are: business transactions in Harrison, Marion, Randolph, and Barbour counties; coal and iron mining; agriculture; schools; churches; social and economic conditions in Kentucky, Georgia, Louisiana, South Carolina, Missouri, Illinois, Iowa, California, Morgantown, Fairmont, and Wheeling; Ireland and European travel; westward migration, 1849; gold mining; slaves; genealogy of the Watson and Haymond families; strikes and labor meetings; conservation; politics; the Barrackville Covered Bridge; and the Beverly-Fairmont Turnpike. Correspondents include Creed Haymond, Archbishop John Hughes, and Henry, James G., James O., Rebecca D., Thomas and Benjamin H. Watson. Other persons or firms mentioned include the Fairmont & Palatine Bridge Company; and W.C. Haymond.
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Title: Miller, James H., Judge. Papers
Call number: A&M No.: 1886
Creator: Miller, Judge James H.
Inclusive dates: 1902-1985 and undated Bulk dates: 1902-1929
Extent: 42 1/2 in. (7 document cases, 5 in.; 2 flat storage boxes, 3 in.; 1 flat storage boxe, 1.5 in. )
Abstract: James H. Miller (1856-1929) was a judge and attorney in Hinton, Summers County, West Virginia, for more than forty years. He also wrote a history of Summers County in 1907. Black-and-white photographs from the early 1900s to the 1930s; postcards from 1911 to 1917; letters related to Miller's work as an attorney from 1904 and the 1920s; and a few miscellaneous letters and printed items document the profession life of James Miller and the personal life of his descendants, particularly his daughters, Daisy Miller Gooch and Grace Miller Rose.
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Title: Hamrick, Graham H., Farmer and Inventor. Papers
Call number: A&M No.: 3091
Creator: Hamrick, Graham H.
Inclusive dates: 1867-1905
Extent: 1 in.
Abstract: The correspondence and legal papers of a Barbour County farmer and inventor. Hamrick discovered, patented and marketed an embalming fluid using conveniently available, non-poisonous chemicals which made the practice of undertaking safer and less costly. He also developed improved methods of food preservation, particularly "in the manufacture and preservation of butter."
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Title: Bunnell Telegraph Key
Call number: A&M No.: 3942
Creator, Corp name: J.H. Bunnell and Company
Inclusive dates: ca. 1881 - 1900
Extent: 11 in. (1 index card box)
Abstract: Telegraph key by J.H. Bunnell and Company, New York, including inscription "patented Feb 15, 1881," with wooden base of 5 in. x 7 1/2 in. A native of Massillon, Ohio, Jesse H. Bunnell began working as a telegrapher in Ohio and West Virginia when he was still a boy. He joined the Union Military Telegraph Service in April 1861 when he was 17, serving as McClellan's personal telegrapher for much of the war. At war's end, Bunnell became one of the nation's leading manufacturers of telegraph equipment.
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Title: Marion County Circuit Judges. Biographical Sketches
Call number: A&M No.: 2319
Creator, Corp name: Marion County Circuit Judges
Inclusive dates: 1842-1965
Extent: 1 folder
Abstract: Brief biographical sketches of the sixteen men who served as circuit judges in Marion County, West Virginia, 1842-1965, compiled by Judge Frank C. Haymond.
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Title: McCourt, E. Hansford, Politician. Papers
Call number: A&M No.: 3094
Creator: McCourt, E. Hansford
Inclusive dates: ca. 1950-1975
Extent: 2 ft. 6 in. (3 document cases, 5 in. each); (1 records carton, 15 in.)
Abstract: Papers of E. Hansford McCourt, a West Virginia politician from Webster Springs. Included are correspondence, speeches, writings, clippings scrapbooks, oral history tapes, photos, and two videotapes documenting McCourt's political career from his election to the state legislature in 1953, through his rise to president of the state senate in the 1960s, to his retirement from politics in 1973 following his unsuccessful run for Secretary of State on the Democratic ticket. Among the prominent correspondents represented in the papers are Cecil Underwood, Harley Staggers, Robert C. Byrd, and Arch A. Moore.
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Title: Thomas, Rachel H., Student. Memory Book Regarding Student Days at Marshall College
Call number: A&M No.: 4115
Creator: Thomas, Rachel H.
Inclusive dates: 1931-2011 Bulk dates: 1931-1939
Extent: 1 in. (1 folder)
Abstract: Memory book kept by Rachel H. Thomas of Martins Ferry, Ohio, a student at Marshall College. Mainly contains messages from Thomas's friends and family written directly on the pages of the book. The book also contains items that are pasted in or loose, including photographs, news clippings, and ephemera. Most of the contents of the memory book date from 1931-1939; some of the loose items were added at a later date. The memory book is bound in leather and stamped with a Roycroft logo, indicating it was made by a member of the Roycroft community of crafters and artists, which was founded by Elbert Hubbard and associated with the Arts and Crafts movement.
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Title: Davis, John W., Lawyer. Papers
Call number: A&M No.: 2963
Creator: Davis, John W.
Inclusive dates: 1886-1953
Extent: 3 ft. 6 in. (4 document cases, 5 in. each); (1 small flat storage box, 3 in.); (1 large flat storage box, 3 in.); (1 scrapbook, 3 in.); (1 box, 4 in.); (2 boxes, 4 1/2 in. each); 5 reels of microfilm
Abstract: Scrapbooks, diaries, correspondence and papers of the noted lawyer and 1924 presidential aspirant for the Democrats, John W. Davis, kept by his daughter, a famous author, Julia Davis Adams. Noteworthy is a 1948 official publication in tribune to Davis' career as Solicitor General of the United States. There is a typescript copy of his diary recounting his wartime and post-war tenure (1918-21) as ambassador to Great Britain. His letters include some of his candid feelings about the political events of his day such as the New Deal and tributes to his scholarly approach to practicing law from Supreme Court Justices Robert H. Jackson and Felix Frankfurter. See scope and contents for links to items digitized and available on line.
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Title: West Virginia University. Agricultural Experiment Station
Call number: A&M No.: 398
Creator: Nesius, Ernest
Creator, Corp name: West Virginia University. Agricultural Experiment Station
Inclusive dates: 1888-1988 Bulk dates: 1888-1988
Extent: 5 in. (1 document case)
Abstract: Research notes for the history of West Virginia University's Agricultural Experiment Station, written by Ernest J. Nesius. The notes track the development of the institution under the leadership of the following directors (in chronological order): Ferris Dewey Cornell, John Lee Coulter, Robert S. Dunbar, Jr., Homer C. Evans, Fred Denton Fromme, Nahum James Giddings, Henry C. Knight, Roy M. Kottman, Robert H. Maxwell, John A. Myers, Ernest J. Nesius, Clayton Roberts Orton, E. Dwight Sanderson, James H. Stewart, Audrey Howard Vanlandingham, Harry Ross Varney, and Dale Zinn.
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