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Ar1803


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Descriptive Summary

Title: Cecil H. Underwood Collection
Span Dates: 1922-2002
Bulk Dates: 1945-1996
ID No: Ar1803, Ph87-124
Creator: Underwood, Cecil Harland (1922- )
Extent: 129 boxes and 2 folders (Ar1803); 7 boxes (Ph87-124)
Language: English
Repository: West Virginia State Archives, Charleston, WV
Abstract: Correspondence, speeches, photographs, and organization and political papers documenting the professional and civic life of Cecil H. Underwood and his first term as governor of the State of West Virginia (1957-1961).

Administrative Information

Provenance: The papers of Cecil Underwood were given to the West Virginia State Archives by the former governor by gifts made in 1979 and 2002.

Transfers: Audiovisual materials were transferred to the Audiovisual Archives.

Preferred Citation: [item, collection number, box number], Cecil H. Underwood Collection, West Virginia State Archives, Charleston, WV.

Biographical Note: Cecil Harland Underwood was born November 5, 1922, in Joseph's Mills, Tyler County. After graduating from Salem College, he taught high school in St. Marys, Pleasants County, from 1943 to 1946 before taking a job at Marietta College, where he remained until 1950. For the next six years, he held the position of vice president of Salem College. At the same time, Underwood pursued his master’s degree in political science at West Virginia University, which he received in 1952. Underwood subsequently received two research fellowships from the Amelia Earhart Foundation that allowed him to continue studying political/voting trends in West Virginia since World War I. In 1948, Cecil Underwood married Hovah Hall (1919-2004), and the couple had three children, Cecilia, Craig, and Sharon.

Underwood first ventured into politics in 1944 when he was elected to the West Virginia House of Delegates at the age of twenty-two. He retained this seat until 1956, serving as house minority floor leader from 1949 until he left the legislature. From 1946 to 1950, he also was president of the Young Republican League of West Virginia. During his time in the legislature, Underwood’s interests included reform of the state parole system and the State Road Commission. In 1957, he became the youngest governor in the history of the state and the first Republican governor in twenty-four years.

In his first term as governor, Underwood worked to improve roads and assist those impoverished by rapid technological changes, particularly the mechanization of the coal industry. His administration developed a temporary employment program to provide relief to poor families. In Underwood's first year in office, the legislature created the Mental Health Department. He also promoted a sweeping revision of the mining laws and the need for local support of public schools. Also reflecting his interest in education, while governor, Underwood chaired the Southern Regional Education Board in 1959 and 1960.

Prohibited by the state constitution from running for a second term, Cecil Underwood ran for the United States Senate in 1960, losing to Jennings Randolph in the general election. He later ran unsuccessfully for governor in 1964, 1968, and 1976, defeated in the 1964 and 1976 general elections by Hulett Smith and Jay Rockefeller respectively and in the 1968 Republican primary by Arch Moore. After leaving office in 1961, Underwood became a vice president for Island Creek Coal Company and later a director and then vice president of Government and Civic Affairs for Monsanto Chemical Company, each time leaving to run for elective office. He also formed a land development company and a public affairs consulting service. In other business affiliations, he was a member of the board of directors of the National Bank of Logan, Huntington Federal Savings and Loan Association, and MEMCOR, an aerospace and electronics firm. Named president of Bethany College in 1972 (formally appointed on September 12, 1973), he served in that capacity until he resigned in 1975.

After leaving Bethany College, and following his unsuccessful bid for governor in 1976, Cecil Underwood worked at the Wheeling office of New York Life Insurance Company from 1976-1978 before becoming president of Princess Coals, Inc., in 1978. Through Princess Coals, Underwood became associated with the Morgantown Ordnance Works property and subsequently became president of the Morgantown Industrial Park, Inc., and partner in Morgantown Industrial Park Associates Limited Partnership. Underwood still held his financial interests in both entities when he became governor for the second time in 1997. In 1985, he helped create Software Valley, Inc., in Morgantown. He also became state director of the West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Inc.

In 1996, Cecil Underwood defeated Democrat Charlotte Pritt to become the state's oldest governor, forty years after being the state's youngest executive. In a 2000 bid for re-election, he was defeated by Bob Wise. After leaving the governor’s office in January 2001, Cecil and Hovah Underwood established their residence in Charleston, where she died in 2004.

Cecil Underwood also has been active in a number of civic and professional organizations, especially those related to education and government, and has served on the board of directors or in another leadership capacity with several. They include the Faculty Merit Foundation of West Virginia, including service as the foundation’s president; the Pearl Buck Birthplace Foundation; the American Cancer Society, as a member of the board of directors at both the state and national levels; and the Rotary Club. He has served on the board of trustees of his alma mater Salem College and its successor entities Salem-Teikyo and Salem International University.

Scope and Content Note: The papers of Cecil H. Underwood span the years 1922 to 2002, with the bulk dating to the period 1945-1996. The collection consists primarily of correspondence, political papers, association papers, speeches, and scrapbooks and loose clippings and is organized into two main series: first term gubernatorial papers and personal papers.

Approximately one-third of the collection dates to Underwood’s first term as governor (January 15, 1957-January 15, 1961). These papers are divided into general correspondence, invitations, speeches, scrapbooks, and clippings. General correspondence includes letters and others materials regarding an array of subjects, including gubernatorial appointments, the Aeronautics and West Virginia Centennial commissions, governors conferences, the 1960 election, Republican politics, roads, and events at the governor’s mansion.

The second series includes the following sub-series: campaigns and political materials, legislative years, correspondence, professional activities, boards and associations, miscellany, clippings, and oversized. Campaign materials, at twenty-seven boxes the single largest sub-series in the collection, predominately address the 1956, 1960, 1964, 1968, and 1976 campaigns but range in date from his first run for the legislature in 1944 to his 1996 campaign for governor. His years in the West Virginia Legislature (1945-1956) are largely contained in the six-box second sub-series, which also includes personal correspondence of his wife Hovah during those years.

Although a handful of materials in the Correspondence sub-series date to his pre-gubernatorial days or his later years, the bulk of the Correspondence came in his 1979 gift to the State Archives and deals with the period from 1961 to 1975. This material is organized alphabetically in nine boxes and includes personal and professional correspondence. Professional Activities includes fourteen boxes of papers on a variety of educational activities, most notably Underwood’s tenure at Bethany College and service with the Faculty Merit Foundation of West Virginia; business affiliations, including Monsanto, West Virginia Life Insurance Company, Morgantown Ordnance Works, Software Valley, and West Virginia Small Business Development Center; and professional engagements, and largely dates to the 1961-1993 period. The sub-series Boards and Associations consists of seven boxes of materials related to his numerous charitable and civic activities between the early 1960s and the late 1980s. Three boxes of Miscellany and nine boxes of Clippings (1945-1956, 1960-1984), primarily dealing with his political campaigns and legislative years round out Series II. The third series consists of oversized materials.

Photographs are accessioned as Ph87-124 and date from 1956 to 1999. A substantial number date to Underwood’s first gubernatorial term, with images from political campaign years comprising much of the remainder.

Papers from Cecil Underwood’s second term as governor (1997-2001), a transfer from the Governor’s Office, are a separate collection (Ar1912) at the West Virginia State Archives. Photographs from his second term are in Ph2008-103

Organization of the Papers:

Ar1803 is organized into three series:

I. Governor’s Papers (1957-1961)

  1. General Correspondence
  2. Speeches
  3. Invitations
  4. Scrapbooks
  5. Clippings

II. Personal Papers (1922-2002)

  1. Campaigns
  2. Legislative Years
  3. Correspondence
  4. Professional Activities
  5. Boards and Associations
  6. Miscellany
  7. Clippings

III. Oversized


Contents List:

Series 1, Subseries 1 – General Correspondence

Box 1
1.1:1, 1. A
1.1:1, 2. Accountancy, Board of
1.1:1, 3. Acknowledgements (1 of 2)
1.1:1, 4. Acknowledgements (2 of 2)
1.1:1, 5. Adams, Sergeant Donivon E.
1.1:1, 6. Adjutant General (1 of 3)
1.1:1, 7. Adjutant General (2 of 3)
1.1:1, 8. Adjutant General (3 of 3)
1.1:1, 9. Administrative Assistant
1.1:1, 10. Advisory Committee of State Road Commission
1.1:1, 11. Advisory Committees
1.1:1, 12. Aeronautics Commission (1 of 4)
1.1:1, 13. Aeronautics Commission (2 of 4)
1.1:1, 14. Aeronautics Commission (3 of 4)
1.1:1, 15. Aeronautics Commission (4 of 4)
1.1:1, 16. Aging, Governor’s Conference on, Address by Dr. Klumpp, September 1-2, 1960
1.1:1, 17. Aging, Governor’s Conference on, Remarks by Governor, September 1, 1960
1.1:1, 18. Aging, Governor’s Conference on, Morris Harvey, September 1, 1960
1.1:1, 19. Aging, Governor’s Conference on, September 25, 1959
1.1:1, 20. Aging, Commission, Senate Concurrent Resolution 4, Pamphlets, Reports, 1957
1.1:1, 21. Agricultural Hall of Fame
1.1:1, 22. Agriculture, Department of, 1957-1960
1.1:1, 23. Aid to Distressed Areas (1 of 3)

Box 2
1.1:2, 1. Aid to Distressed Areas (2 of 3)
1.1:2, 2. Aid to Distressed Areas (3 of 3)
1.1:2, 3. Air Force, 1957-1960
1.1:2, 3A. Air Force Academy
1.1:2, 4. Air Force National Guard (1 of 2)
1.1:2, 5. Air Force National Guard (2 of 2)
1.1:2, 6. Alcorn, Meade
1.1:2, 7. All-American Cities Award Contest
1.1:2, 8. Altman, James M.
1.1:2, 9. Americ-AML
1.1:2, 10. American Airlines
1.1:2, 11. American Legion, 1957-1960
1.1:2, 12. American Red Cross
1.1:2, 13. Anderson, Charles E.
1.1:2, 14. Anderson, Wilson
1.1:2, 15. Appalachian Area Problems Conference, 1960
1.1:2, 16. Appointments/Recommendations, Minority Member, State Board
1.1:2, 17. Appointments/Recommendations, Department of Mines
1.1:2, 18. Appointments/Recommendations, Department of Motor Vehicles
1.1:2, 19. Appointments/Recommendations, National Committeewoman, Republican
1.1:2, 20. Appointments/Recommendations, West Virginia State Board for Registered Nurses
1.1:2, 21. Appointments/Recommendations, Optometry, Board of
1.1:2, 22. Appointments/Recommendations, Osteopathy, Board of
1.1:2, 23. Appointments/Recommendations, Pharmacy, Board of
1.1:2, 24. Appointments/Recommendations, Pinecrest Sanitarium
1.1:2, 25. Appointments/Recommendations, Poet Laureate
1.1:2, 26. Appointments/Recommendations, Prisons

Box 3
1.1:3, 1. Appointments/Recommendations, Probation and Parole
1.1:3, 2. Appointments/Recommendations, Public Assistance, Department of
1.1:3, 3. Appointments/Recommendations, Public Institutions
1.1:3, 4. Appointments/Recommendations, Public Safety
1.1:3, 5. Appointments/Recommendations, Public Service
1.1:3, 6. Appointments/Recommendations, Purchases
1.1:3, 7. Appointments/Recommendations, Racing Commission
1.1:3, 8. Appointments/Recommendations, Real Estate
1.1:3, 9. Appointments/Recommendations, Board of Sanitarians
1.1:3, 10. Appointments/Recommendations, Road Commission
1.1:3, 11. Appointments/Recommendations, Salem Industrial School
1.1:3, 12. Appointments/Recommendations, Sanitariums
1.1:3, 13. Appointments/Recommendations, Silicosis Board
1.1:3, 14. Appointments/Recommendations, State Hospitals
1.1:3, 15. Appointments/Recommendations, Soil Conservation Committee
1.1:3, 16. Appointments/Recommendations, State Lodges
1.1:3, 17. Appointments/Recommendations, Stonewall Jackson
1.1:3, 18. Appointments/Recommendations, Tax Commissioner
1.1:3, 19. Appointments/Recommendations, Turnpike Commission
1.1:3, 20. Appointments/Recommendations, Unemployment Compensation
1.1:3, 21. Appointments/Recommendations, Veterans Affairs Council
1.1:3, 22. Appointments/Recommendations, WVU Board of Governors
1.1:3, 23. Appointments/Recommendations, Veterinary Board
1.1:3, 24. Appointments/Recommendations, Vital Statistics
1.1:3, 25. Appointments/Recommendations, Vocational Rehabilitation
1.1:3, 26. Appointments/Recommendations, Water Resources Commission
1.1:3, 27. Appointments/Recommendations, Weston State Hospital
1.1:3, 28. Appointments/Recommendations, Workmen’s Compensation Commissioner
1.1:3, 29. Appointments/Recommendations, Workmen’s Compensation Board
1.1:3, 29A. Appointments/Recommendations, General
1.1:3, 30. Appointment Requests
1.1:3, 31. Board of Architects
1.1:3, 32. Archives and History
1.1:3, 33. USS Arizona
1.1:3, 34. Armory Board (1 of 2)
1.1:3, 35. Armory Board (2 of 2)
1.1:3, 36. Army
1.1:3, 37. Arnold, Lloyd
1.1:3, 38. Athletic Commission
1.1:3, 39. Atomic Energy
1.1:3, 40. Attorney General

Box 4
1.1:4, 1. Auditor’s Office
1.1:4, 2. Azeredo, Luis, M.D.
1.1:4, 3. B
1.1:4, 4. B & O Railroad
1.1:4, 5. Bailey, Cleveland M.
1.1:4, 6. Baker, David M., Special Legislative Assistant, 1960
1.1:4, 7. Banking Commission
1.1:4, 8. Banking, Department of
1.1:4, 9. Barbers, Beauticians
1.1:4, 10. Beer Commission
1.1:4, 11. Berkeley Springs State Hospital
1.1:4, 12. Boy Scouts of America
1.1:4, 13. Bruner, Elmer David (convicted murderer)
1.1:4, 14. Building and Grounds, Superintendent of
1.1:4, 15. Burkhamer, James P. (convicted murderer)
1.1:4, 16. Byrd, Robert C.
1.1:4, 17. C
1.1:4, 18. Callahan, J. Cal
1.1:4, 19. Capital Punishment
1.1:4, 20. Capitation Tax
1.1:4, 21. Census, 1960

Box 5
1.1:5, 1. Centennial Commission, Bulletins, Reports, News Releases
1.1:5, 2. Centennial Commission, General Correspondence
1.1:5, 3. Centennial Commission, Membership File
1.1:5, 4. Centennial Commission, Minutes of Meetings
1.1:5, 5. Centennial Commission, Finance Committee
1.1:5, 6. Central Mailing Office
1.1:5, 7. Civil Defense
1.1:5, 8. Civil War Centennial Commission (1 of 2)
1.1:5, 9. Civil War Centennial Commission (2 of 2)
1.1:5, 10. Commission on Aging
1.1:5, 11. Commission on Historic and Scenic Markers
1.1:5, 11A. Committee on Banking and Currency, April 16, 1958
1.1:5, 12. Confidential Reports
1.1:5, 13. Congratulations, Gifts
1.1:5, 14. Conservation Commission, Appointments and Recommendations
1.1:5, 15. Conservation Commission
1.1:5, 16. Constitutional Committee
1.1:5, 17. Control, Board of
1.1:5, 18. Copenhaver, John T., Mayor of Charleston
1.1:5, 19. Council for Advancement of Small Colleges (1 of 2)
1.1:5, 20. Council for Advancement of Small Colleges (2 of 2)

Box 6
1.1:6, 1. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Barbour
1.1:6, 2. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Berkeley
1.1:6, 3. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Boone
1.1:6, 4. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Braxton
1.1:6, 5. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Brooke
1.1:6, 6. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Cabell
1.1:6, 7. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Calhoun
1.1:6, 8. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Clay (1 of 2)
1.1:6, 9. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Clay (2 of 2)
1.1:6, 10. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Doddridge
1.1:6, 11. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Fayette
1.1:6, 12. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Gilmer
1.1:6, 13. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Grant
1.1:6, 14. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Greenbrier
1.1:6, 15. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Hampshire
1.1:6, 16. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Hancock
1.1:6, 17. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Hardy
1.1:6, 18. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Harrison
1.1:6, 19. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Jackson
1.1:6, 20. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Jefferson
1.1:6, 21. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Kanawha
1.1:6, 22. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Lewis
1.1:6, 23. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Lincoln
1.1:6, 24. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Logan
1.1:6, 25. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Marion
1.1:6, 26. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Marshall
1.1:6, 27. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Mason
1.1:6, 28. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Mercer
1.1:6, 29. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Mineral
1.1:6, 30. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Mingo
1.1:6, 31. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Monongalia
1.1:6, 32. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Monroe
1.1:6, 33. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Morgan
1.1:6, 34. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, McDowell
1.1:6, 35. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Nicholas
1.1:6, 36. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Ohio
1.1:6, 37. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Pendleton
1.1:6, 38. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Pleasants
1.1:6, 39. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Pocahontas
1.1:6, 40. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Preston
1.1:6, 41. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Putnam
1.1:6, 42. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Raleigh
1.1:6, 43. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Randolph
1.1:6, 44. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Ritchie
1.1:6, 45. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Roane
1.1:6, 46. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Summers
1.1:6, 47. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Taylor
1.1:6, 48. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Tucker
1.1:6, 49. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Tyler
1.1:6, 50. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Upshur
1.1:6, 51. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Wayne
1.1:6, 52. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Webster
1.1:6, 53. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Wetzel
1.1:6, 54. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Wirt
1.1:6, 55. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Wood
1.1:6, 56. County Public Assistance Council Appointments, Wyoming
1.1:6, 57. County Files, Barbour-Kanawha
1.1:6, 58. County Files, Lincoln-Wyoming
1.1:6, 59. Crime Commission
1.1:6, 60. D
1.1:6, 61. Dental Examiners, Board of Recommendations
1.1:6, 62. Donahoe Trial

Box 7
1.1:7, 1. E
1.1:7, 2. Economic Development Agency
1.1:7, 3. Economic Problems
1.1:7, 4. Economic Tour
1.1:7, 5. Education, Board of
1.1:7, 6. Southern Regional Education Board, Conferences
1.1:7, 7. Southern Regional Education Board, Conferences, National Conference on Regional Education, July 1959
1.1:7, 8. Southern Regional Education Board, Membership (1 of 2)
1.1:7, 9. Southern Regional Education Board, Membership (2 of 2)
1.1:7, 10. Southern Regional Education Board, Miscellaneous
1.1:7, 11. Effective Citizens Organization
1.1:7, 12. Eisenhower, Dwight D.
1.1:7, 13. Eisenhower Presidential Library (1 of 2)
1.1:7, 14. Eisenhower Presidential Library (2 of 2)

Box 8
1.1:8, 1. Election P. M.
1.1:8, 2. Embalmers and Funeral Directors, Board of (1 of 2)
1.1:8, 3. Embalmers and Funeral Directors, Board of (2 of 2)
1.1:8, 4. Employment Security
1.1:8, 5. Examiners of Professional Engineers, Board of
1.1:8, 6. F
1.1:8, 7. Federal Court Clerk, Recommendations
1.1:8, 8. Federal Highway
1.1:8, 9. Federal-State Relations Committee, Governor’s Conference
1.1:8, 10. Finance Administration
1.1:8, 11. Fire Marshal
1.1:8, 12. Fudge, Larry P., condemned prisoner
1.1:8, 13. G
1.1:8, 14. Gavel Presentations
1.1:8, 15. Governor Underwood, Personal
1.1:8, 16. Governors Conference, Southern, Southern Regional Education Board, Hot Springs, 1960
1.1:8, 17. Governors Conference, National, Glacier National Park, Montana, 1960
1.1:8, 18. Governors Conference, National, 1957-1959
1.1:8, 19. Governors Conference, Southern, 1957-1959
1.1:8, 20. Governors, Letters of Recommendation
1.1:8, 21. Governors Scrapbook, General Information

Box 9
1.1:9, 1. H
1.1:9, 2. Harpers Ferry Centennial
1.1:9, 3. Health, Board of
1.1:9, 4. Health, Department of
1.1:9, 5. Hoblitzell, John D. Jr., United States Senator, 1958, Chairman, State Republican Executive Committee
1.1:9, 6. Homes, State
1.1:9, 7. Honorary Degrees and Awards
1.1:9, 8. Honorary Staff
1.1:9, 9. Huntley-Brinkley Report
1.1:9, 10. Inauguration, 1957
1.1:9, 11. Industrial and Publicity Commission
1.1:9, 12. Industrial Schools
1.1:9, 13. Insurance Board (1 of 2)
1.1:9, 14. Insurance Board (2 of 2)
1.1:9, 15. Insurance Commission
1.1:9, 16. Interstate Highways
1.1:9, 17. Island Creek Coal Company
1.1:9, 18. J
1.1:9, 19. Jones, Orren L.
1.1:9, 20. Judgeship, Applications for, Northern District
1.1:9, 21. Judgeship, Applications for, Southern District
1.1:9, 22. Juvenile Judge, Kanawha County

Box 10
K
Keynote Speech Campaign, 1960 Republican Convention (1 of 2)
Keynote Speech Campaign, 1960 Republican Convention (2 of 2)
Koontz, Clarence, Legislative Auditor
L
Labor Commission
Labor Department
Library Commission
Lincoln, Abraham
Linger, Eugene, condemned prisoner
Liquor Commission
Liquor Commission, Applications
Lodge, Henry Cabot
Logan County Investigation, May 1960 Primary Campaign (1 of 3)
Logan County Investigation, May 1960 Primary Campaign, Affidavits (2 of 3)
Logan County Investigation, May 1960 Primary Campaign, Affidavits (3 of 3)
M
Mailing List
Maps
Marland, William C. (clippings, investigation of State Road Commission in Cabell County)
Martinsburg, City of
Mc
McWhorter, Charles K.

Box 11
1.1:11, 1. Medical Licensing Board
1.1:11, 2. Mental Health, Department of (1 of 2)
1.1:11, 3. Mental Health, Department of (1 of 2)
1.1:11, 4. Merit System Council
1.1:11, 5. Messages and Statements, 1957-1959
1.1:11, 5A. Messages and Statements, 1958-1959
1.1:11, 6. Messages and Statements, 1960
1.1:11, 7. Mines, Department of
1.1:11, 8. Moore, Arch A. Jr., Congressman
1.1:11, 9. Morton, Thurston B.
1.1:11, 10. Motor Vehicles, Department of
1.1:11, 11. Mountaineer Awards
1.1:11, 11A. N
1.1:11, 12. Negroes Employed in State Government
1.1:11, 13. News Releases, Undated, 1956-1957
1.1:11, 14. News Releases, 1958
1.1:11, 15. News Releases, 1959
1.1:11, 16. News Releases, 1960
1.1:11, 17. Nixon, Richard, Vice President
1.1:11, 18. Overton, J. Allen Jr.

Box 12
1.1:12, 1. P
1.1:12, 2. Presidential Campaign in West Virginia, 1960
1.1:12, 2A. President’s Music Committee of People-to-People Program
1.1:12, 3. Proclamations, 1957
1.1:12, 4. Prutton, Dr. Carl F.
1.1:12, 5. Public Assistance, Department of
1.1:12, 6. Public Assistance, Department of, Surplus Food
1.1:12, 7. Public Institutions
1.1:12, 8. Public Safety and Crime Commission
1.1:12, 9. Public Safety, Department of (1 of 2)
1.1:12, 10. Public Safety, Department of (2 of 2)
1.1:12, 11. Public Service Commission
1.1:12, 12. Purchasing Department
1.1:12, 13. R
1.1:12, 14. Racing Commission
1.1:12, 15. Randolph, Jennings, Senator
1.1:12, 16. Republican Campaign Ideas, 1958
1.1:12, 17. Republican Committee on Program and Progress (1 of 4)
1.1:12, 18. Republican Committee on Program and Progress (2 of 4)
1.1:12, 19. Republican Committee on Program and Progress (3 of 4)
1.1:12, 20. Republican Committee on Program and Progress (4 of 4)
1.1:12, 21. Republican County Chairmen

Box 13
1.1:13, 1. Republican Executive Committee
1.1:13, 2. Republican Fall Conference, October 1959, Breakfast at Mont Chateau
1.1:13, 3. Republican Finance Committee
1.1:13, 4. Republican, General
1.1:13, 5. Republican Keynote Campaign, 1960
1.1:13, 6. Republican National Committee
1.1:13, 7. Republican National Convention, Temporary Chairman (1 of 4)
1.1:13, 8. Republican National Convention (2 of 4)
1.1:13, 9. Republican National Convention (3 of 4)
1.1:13, 10. Republican National Convention (4 of 4)
1.1:13, 11. Republican Party
1.1:13, 12. Republican Party-Rebuilding

Box 14
1.1:14, 1. Republican, Political (1 of 2)
1.1:14, 2. Republican, Political (2 of 2)
1.1:14, 3. Republican, Press File
1.1:14, 4. Republican, State Headquarters Executive Committee
1.1:14, 5. Republican, State Headquarters
1.1:14, 6. Republican Women, National Federation of
1.1:14, 7. Republican, Youth Training Camp
1.1:14, 8. Republican, Young (1 of 2)
1.1:14, 9. Republican, Young (2 of 2)
1.1:14, 10. Requests, Answers, 1960
1.1:14, 10A. Resignations and Thanks at End of Term
1.1:14, 11. Revercomb, Chapman
1.1:14, 12. Rollins, William
1.1:14, 13. Ross, Margaret T.
1.1:14, 14. Russian Trip (1 of 2)
1.1:14, 15. Russian Trip (2 of 2)
1.1:14, 16. Russian Visitors to West Virginia
1.1:14, 17. S
1.1:14, 18. Salem College
1.1:14, 19. Saturday Evening Post Article-Correspondence

Box 15
1.1:15, 1. Scientific Advisory Council on Coal
1.1:15, 2. Scott, Eugene L.
1.1:15, 3. Seibert, George H. Jr.
1.1:15, 4. South America Trip, Governors
1.1:15, 5. Staggers, Harley O., United States Representative
1.1:15, 6. Starkey, A. L.
1.1:15, 7. State Road Commission (1 of 2)
1.1:15, 8. State Road Commission (2 of 2)
1.1:15, 9. STEP (Conservation) State Temporary Economic Program (1 of 2)
1.1:15, 10. STEP (Conservation) State Temporary Economic Program (2 of 2)
1.1:15, 11. State Water Resources Commission
1.1:15, 12. Superintendent of Schools
1.1:15, 13. T
1.1:15, 14. Tax Commission
1.1:15, 15. Tucker, E. H. (Lige)
1.1:15, 16. U
1.1:15, 17. Underground Industries (Apple Grove) Limestone Deposits
1.1:15, 18. Underwood Plan (1 of 2)
1.1:15, 19. Underwood Plan (2 of 2)
1.1:15, 20. Underwood, Mrs. Cecil, Correspondence

Box 16
1.1:16, 1. Unemployment Statistics
1.1:16, 2. United Nations
1.1:16, 3. US Naval Radio Research Station
1.1:16, 4. V
1.1:16, 5. Van Camp, Donald
1.1:16, 6. Van Osdale, Eston D.
1.1:16, 7. Veterans Affairs
1.1:16, 8. Vieweg, George B.
1.1:16, 9. Vocational Rehabilitation, 1956-1957
1.1:16, 10. Vocational Rehabilitation, 1958-1960
1.1:16, 11. W
1.1:16, 12. Wiemer, Carl
1.1:16, 13. WV Turnpike Commission, 1957-1958
1.1:16, 13b. WV Turnpike Commission
1.1:16, 14. West Virginia University
1.1:16, 15. Westcott, Charles (Ricky)
1.1:16, 16. Weston State Hospital
1.1:16, 17. White House Conference on Children and Youth
1.1:16, 18. Wilson Funeral Home (Hearing regarding advertising)
1.1:16, 19. Workmen’s Compensation Commission
1.1:16, 20. Young, Harold Buster
1.1:16, 21. Young, Houston G.
1.1:16, 22. YMCA Youth-Government Committee (1 of 2)
1.1:16, 23. YMCA Youth-Government Committee (1 of 2)
1.1:16, 24. Youth Fitness, Governor’s Conference on
1.1:16, 25. Miscellaneous
Calendar, Hill and Dale Garden Club
Manual of 54th Legislature of West Virginia, 1959
Gift, Handbook, Boy Scouts of America, Region 4, 1957

Box 17
1.1:17, 1. Isner Case, Favorable
1.1:17, 2. Isner Case, Unfavorable
1.1:17, 3. Isner Case, Statistics
1.1:17, 4. Isner Case, Statement (1 of 2)
1.1:17, 5. Isner Case, Statement (2 of 2)
1.1:17, 6. Isner Case, Anonymous or No Address
1.1:17, 7. Isner Case, Acknowledgement from Governor Letters
1.1:17, 8. Isner Case, Form Acknowledgement
1.1:17, 9. Mansion Tours
1.1:17, 10. Services, Personal and Mansion
1.1:17, 11. Open House for State, 1958-1959
1.1:17, 12. Legislative Reception and Tea, 1959
1.1:17, 13. Legislative Reception and Tea, 1958
1.1:17, 14. Legislative Reception and Tea, 1959
1.1:17, 15. Entertainment and Guests and Mansion, 1957
1.1:17, 16. Entertainment and Guests and Mansion, January-June 1958
1.1:17, 17. Entertainment and Guests and Mansion, July-December 1958
1.1:17, 18. Entertainment and Guests and Mansion, January-June 1959
1.1:17, 19. Entertainment and Guests and Mansion, July-December 1959

Box 18
Council of State Governments, The American Governors: Their Backgrounds, Occupations and Government Experience, October 1959
Day Book, Governor’s Mansion, February 18, 1957-May 21, 1957
Day Book, Governor’s Mansion, September 29, 1958-January 27, 1959
Day Book, Governor’s Mansion, May 22, 1959-July 26, 1959
Day Book, Governor’s Mansion, July 27, 1959-October 25, 1959
Day Book, Governor’s Mansion, October 25, 1959-February 11, 1960
Appointment Book, 1958
Appointment Book, 1959
Calendar, 1957
Telephone Calls and Appointments, 1957
Guest Book, Governor’s Mansion, 1957-1958
Guest Book, Governor’s Mansion, 1958
Guest Book, Governor’s Mansion, 1958-1959
Guest Book, Governor’s Mansion, 1959
Invitations and Responses, 1956-1957
Invitations and Responses, 1958
Invitations and Responses, 1959
Requests and Responses, 1957-1958
Requests and Responses, 1959
Thank Yous Sent, 1959
Senate Republican Memo, June 23, 1960
West Virginia Inaugural Program, January 14, 1957
Correspondence, 1957-60
Cecil Underwood, Correspondence, Dwight D. Eisenhower, October 30, 1958
Cecil Underwood, Correspondence, Regarding Official Portraits, 1957-1961
West Virginia Business and Industrial Review, Charleston Gazette-Mail, February 8, 1959
Letters and Cards of Acceptance and Regret, Reception for Governor and Mrs. Cecil H. Underwood, May 7, 1958
Itinerary, September-November 1960

Box 19
West Virginia Welfare Conference, 1959
“The Rocks”
A Tour Through Boydville
Brochure, Oglebay Park, Wheeling
Pamphlet, Parkersburg Civic Information
Biographical Information, Miss West Virginia Contestants, 1958
Brochure, West Virginia: From Mountain Wilderness to Industrial Empire
Brochure, Historic House and Garden Tour of Jefferson and Berkeley Counties, May 3-4, 1958
Brochure, Historic Old Jefferson County
Brochure, Fifth Annual House and Garden Tour of Historic Charles Town, Harpers Ferry, Martinsburg and Shepherdstown, April 25-26, 1959
Brochure, Sixth Annual House and Garden Tour of Historic Charles Town, Harpers Ferry, Martinsburg and Shepherdstown, April 23-24, 1960
Pamphlet, West Virginia’s Scenic and Historic Eastern Panhandle
Pamphlet, Fairfax Stone
Brochures, West Virginia State Capitol
West Virginia Art Education Association Newsletter, April 4, 1958
West Virginia Daughters of the American Revolution Project, Ampitheater, Cedar Lakes, Ripley
West Virginia Resources for the Future: Capitalizing on our Assets in a Nuclear Age, Governor Cecil Underwood
A Site Selection Security Study, West Virginia Economic Development Agency, Governor Cecil Underwood
Brochure, The Underwood Plan for West Virginia, An Appalachian Valley of Prosperity Following a Man-Made River of Resources, Governor Cecil Underwood
Materials, Inauguration of Dwight D. Eisenhower, January 21, 1957
West Virginia State Magazine, Inaugural and Progress Edition, January 1957
Washington Newsletter, National Federation of Republican Women, March 1958
West Virginia State Republican Conference, Waldo Hotel, Clarksburg, April 24-26, 1958
Rhododendron Daily, West Virginia Girls State, Jackson’s Mill, June 8 and June 9, 1958
Charleston Community Music Association, October 1, 1958
Press Release, Governors Mansion Open House, October 15, 1958
Guest Book, Governors Mansion Open House, October 23, 1958
Clippings, South Carolina Press Association Address, July 1959
Pages from Day Book kept by Harriett Stone, November 1, 1960-January 16, 1961
Correspondence, 1957
Index Cards, West Virginia Counties, 8 Year Summary of Initial and Resurfacing Completed, 1953-1960
Christialand Holy Land Project, 1959-1960
Christialand Holy Land Project, The Ideal Site: Riverside, California
Cecil Underwood, Congratulatory Correspondence, Election as Governor, November 1956
Cecil Underwood, Birthday Cards, 1956
Cecil Underwood, Congratulatory Telegrams, Election as Governor, November 1956 (1 of 4)
Cecil Underwood, Congratulatory Telegrams, Election as Governor, November 1956 (2 of 4)
Cecil Underwood, Congratulatory Telegrams, Election as Governor, November 1956 (3 of 4)
Cecil Underwood, Congratulatory Telegrams, Election as Governor, November 1956 (4 of 4)
Miscellaneous
West Virginia Civil War Centennial
Hi-Y, Tri-Hi-Y Model Legislature, 1960
Cecil Underwood, A Report to the People, December 15, 1959
Sketch of Cecil Underwood
Department of Agriculture, Food Distribution, 1960
Rural Development Program, 1960
Proceedings and Reports of the Pre-Legislative Conference, The Greenbrier Hotel, November 15-16, 1957
Report to Cecil Underwood, Political Science Class, Pineville High School, 1959
Highway Needs in West Virginia: A Factual Study
Guest Register Book, 1959-1960
Booklet, The State Road Commission Proposes…an enlarged program of Highway Planning and Construction, January 1, 1959 (five copies)

Box 20
Rolodex, Cecil Underwood
Rolodex, West Virginia Photographers
Daily Appointment Book, 1957, Cecil Underwood
Daily Appointment Book, 1957, Maybelle Rupert
Daily Appointment Book, 1958, Cecil Underwood
Daily Appointment Book, 1958, Hovah Underwood
Daily Appointment Book, 1958, Maybelle Rupert
Daily Appointment Book, 1959, Cecil Underwood
Daily Appointment Book, 1959, Hovah Underwood
Daily Appointment Book, 1959, Maybelle Rupert
Daily Appointment Book, 1960, Cecil Underwood
Daily Appointment Book, 1960, Hovah Underwood
Daily Appointment Book, 1960, Maybelle Rupert
Daily Appointment Book, 1961, Cecil Underwood

Box 21
Armory Construction Program
Food Stamp Program, April 13, 1960
Notebook Cover, Cecil Underwood, 21st Annual Governors’ Conference, San Juan, August 2-5, 1959
Correspondence, 1957-1960
Correspondence, Clippings
“What Ails the G. O. P,” Republican National Committee Meeting, Des Moines, IA, January 22, 1959
Report of the Conference Advisory Committee on the National Guard, Governors’ Conference, Glacier National Park, June 1960
“Southern States New Revenue Potentialities,” 8th Annual Legislative Work Conference, SREB, October 16, 1959
Governors’ Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico, August 2-5, 1959
Council of State Governments, 1956-1958
Council of State Governments, Proceedings of Southern Regional Conference on Aging, Atlanta, February 28-March 1, 1958
“Dinner With Ike” Banquet, Hartford, Connecticut, January 27, 1960
Notes, Concrete Pouring, Interstate 77 (I-77), 1960
Correspondence, Photograph Requests, 1958
Correspondence, Photograph Requests, 1959
Correspondence, Photograph Requests, 1960-1961
Correspondence, Photographs, 1957-1961
Notes, Report to the People
United States Senate, Special Committee on Unemployment Problems, November 16, 1959
Notes, Kalamazoo College, Yearly Meeting, April 10, 1959
Appointment Book, 1957
Press Releases, State Road Commission, Patrick C. Graney, 1958
Press Releases, State Road Commission, Patrick C. Graney, 1959
Press Releases, State Road Commission, Patrick C. Graney, January 1960-March 1960
Press Releases, State Road Commission, Patrick C. Graney, April 1960
Press Releases, State Road Commission, Patrick C. Graney, May 1960-July 1960
Press Releases, State Road Commission, Patrick C. Graney, August 1960-September 1960
Press Releases, State Road Commission, Patrick C. Graney, October 1960-January 1961
Location Report for Interstate Highway 77, Princeton, West Virginia to Elkin, North Carolina, May 1960
Proceedings of the Governors’ Conference, 1959
Proceedings of the Governors’ Conference, 1960
Savannah
Beneath So Kind a Sky
Esquire, September 1958
Life, October 20, 1958
Memos
Liquor Commission

Box 22
Program, West Virginia University Day Dinner, Mountaineer Hotel, February 4, 1957
Program, Lincoln Day Dinner, McDowell County Republicans, Welch, February 18, 1957
Program, Lincoln Day Dinner, Richwood, February 23, 1957
Program, Monongalia County Independent Retail Grocers Association, Morgantown Annual Banquet, Hotel Morgan, March 13, 1957
Program, 24th Tri-State Invitational Basketball Tournament, Sistersville, March 20-23, 1957
Program, American Association for the United Nations, Regional Conference, Daniel Boone Hotel, March 29-31, 1957
Program, Annual Meeting, County Assessors, Charleston, April 10-11, 1957
Program, Southern Council Young Republicans National Federation, Daniel Boone Hotel, April 12-13, 1957
Program, Kanawha Valley Transportation Club, 20th Annual Dinner, Hotel Daniel Boone, April 18, 1957
Program, Elk Lions Club, Annual Ladies Night, Wertz Hall, Elkview, April 22, 1957
Program, 2nd Annual West Virginia Baptist Youth Convention and 28th Annual West Virginia Baptist Youth Fellowship Convention, Clarksburg Baptist Church, April 26-28, 1957
Program, National Rehabilitation Association, Region III, 10th Annual Conference, Jackson’s Mill, April 28-May 2, 1957
Program, Annual Dinner Meeting, Kanawha County Council of Parent-Teacher Associations, Charleston Woman’s Club, April 30, 1957
Program, Annual State Convention, West Virginia Association of Life Underwriters, Wheeling, May 3-4,1957
Program, Dedication of the Wheeling Observation Tower of the Ground Observation Corps, May 4, 1957
Program, United Press Editors of West Virginia, 1st Annual Spring Meeting, Parkersburg, May 4-5, 1957
Program, 25th Anniversary Testimonial Banquet in Honor of Rabbi Samuel Cooper, B’nai Jacob Synagogue, Charleston, May 5, 1957
Program, Small Business Opportunity Meeting, Morris Harvey College, Charleston, May 9, 1957
Program, West Virginia 3rd Congressional District, Republican Women’s Club Conference, Summersville, May 11, 1957
Program, 76th Annual Meeting, Proprietary Association, The Greenbrier, May 12-15, 1957
Program, Annual Dinner Meeting, Ohio Valley Board of Trade, Scottish Rite Cathedral, Wheeling, May 15, 1957
Program, 33rd Annual Commencement, Calhoun County High School, Grantsville, May 16, 1957
Program, Golden Horseshoe, May 17, 1957
Program, Commencement Exercises, Greenbrier High School, Ronceverte, May 21, 1957
Program, Commencement, West Virginia Institute of Technology, Montgomery, May 26, 1957
Program, 116th Annual Commencement, Bethany College, June 2, 1957
Program, 20th Anniversary, American Legion Mountaineer Boys State, Jackson’s Mill, June 2-8, 1957
Program, West Virginia University, Commencement, June 3, 1957
Program, 16th Session, Grand Banquet, West Virginia Grand Assembly, Order of the Rainbow for Girls, Charleston, June 4, 1957
Program, West Virginia Highways Statewide Conference, July 18, 1957
Program, 64th Annual Convention, West Virginia Bankers Association, The Greenbrier, July 18-20, 1957
Program, West Virginia Association Future Farmers of America, 29th Annual Leadership Conference and State Convention, Jackson’s Mill, July 19-22, 1957
Program, 9th Annual L-K Bowl Game, Parkersburg, August 9, 1957
Program, 56th Annual Pinch Reunion, Rockwood Glen, August 9-11, 1957
Program, 16th Annual West Virginia Dairy Show, Jackson’s Mill, August 13-16, 1957
Program, 10th Annual Morgan County Fair, Berkeley Springs, August 14-17, 1957
Program, State Fair of West Virginia, August 19-24, 1957
Program, 38th Annual Convention, West Virginia Farm Bureau, Jackson’s Mill, August 26-28, 1957
Program, Wellsburg Chamber of Commerce, Annual Dinner Meeting, September 9, 1957
Program, Coronation of Queen Silvia XXI, Mountain State Forest Festival, Elkins, October 3, 1957
Program, 21st Mountain State Forest Festival, October 3-5, 1957
Program, Annual Assessors Meeting and 2nd Annual Inservice Training School for West Virginia Assessors, Jackson’s Mill, October 6-9, 1957
Program, Boy Scouts of America, Annual Meeting, Region IV, Prichard Hotel, Huntington, October 10-12, 1957
Program, 8th Annual Tyler County High School Alumni Association Banquet, October 12, 1957
Program, 35th Annual Convention, West Virginia Congress of Parents and Teachers, Parkersburg, October 17-18, 1957
Program, West Virginia Moose Association, 24th Annual Convention Honoring Herbert W. Heilman, Huntington, October 17-20, 1957
Program, 22nd Annual Convention, Associated Master Barbers and Beauticians of West Virginia, Daniel Boone Hotel, October 20-21, 1957
Program, West Virginia Parent Teacher, October 1957
Program, B’nai B’rith, Fall Council Meeting, November 3, 1957
Program, Charleston Chamber of Commerce, Annual Membership Dinner, Daniel Boone Hotel, November 12, 1957
Program, Shrine Circus, Charleston, November 13-17, 1957
Program, Pre-Legislative Conference, The Greenbrier, November 15-16, 1957
Program, 38th Annual Banquet of the Beckley Chamber of Commerce, November 21, 1957
Program, West Virginia University Gamma Pi Chapter, Pi Sigma Alpha, Initiation Banquet, Morgantown, November 23, 1957
Program, Winfield-Red House Bridge Dedication Service, November 30, 1957
Program, Garibaldi Lodge and Auxiliary, 25th Anniversary, Weirton, December 1, 1957
Program, Governors Citizens Conference, Morris Harvey College, Charleston, December 7, 1957
Program, Annual Meeting, The Associated General Contractors of West Virginia, Daniel Boone Hotel, January 17-18, 1958
Program, Dedication of School of Nursing Building, Charleston General Hospital, January 19, 1958
Program, United Republican Dinner, Daniel Boone Hotel, Charleston, January 20, 1958
Program, Regional Conference of the National Federation of Republican Women, Charleston, April 2-3, 1958
Program, Men’s Day, 12th Annual Observance, West Virginia State College, April 18, 1958
Program, Woodsdale Temple Dedication, Wheeling, April 18-20, 1958
Program, McDowell County Centennial, 1858-1958, May 11-17, 1958
Program, West Virginia Junior Chamber of Commerce, Beckley, May 16, 1958
Program, Golden Horseshoe Day, Charleston, May 16, 1958
Program, Fairmont State College, 87th Annual Commencement, Colebank Gymnasium, May 30, 1958
Program, Funeral Service for the Unknowns of World War II and Korea, May 30, 1958
Program, 36th Annual Convention, West Virginia Lions, Multiple District 29, Huntington, May 30-June 1, 1958
Program, 85th Annual Commencement, Shepherd College, May 31-June 2, 1958
Program, 70th Annual Commencement, Salem College, June 1-3, 1958
Program, West Liberty State College, Commencement, June 6, 1958
Program, 7th West Virginia Mountaineer DeMolay Conclave, Parkersburg, June 6-8, 1958
Program, Mont Chateau Lodge, Morgantown, Dedication, June 7, 1958
Program, 5th Annual West Virginia Industrial Conference, Hotel Prichard, Huntington, June 20, 1958
Program, 40th Annual Convention, American Legion Department of West Virginia, Bluefield, July 24-27, 1958
Program, Annual Convention, West Virginia Dairy Products Association, The Greenbrier, August 3-5, 1958
Program, Dedication of Carl Jensen Playground, August 16, 1958
Program, Laying of the Cornerstone of the City-County Building, Wheeling, August 16, 1958
Program, 23rd Annual Meeting, West Virginia Chamber of Commerce, The Greenbrier, August 28-30, 1958
Program, West Virginia School Journal Convention, October 1958
Program, Dedication, Buckhannon-Upshur High School, October 1, 1958
Program, Dedication and Open House, Air National Guard Facilities, Municipal Airport, Martinsburg, October 4, 1958
Program, Dedication, Physical Therapy Department, St. Mary’s Training School, St. Mary’s, October 12, 1958
Program, Penn State vs. West Virginia University, Mountaineer Field, November 8, 1958
Program, West Virginia Soil Conservation District Supervisors Association, 17th Annual Conference, Jackson’s Mill, November 11-13, 1958
Program, Kanawha Players, “Arms and The Man,” United Fuel Gas Auditorium, December 11-13, 1958
Program, Charleston Sales Executives Council, 2nd Annual Distinguished Salesmans Award Banquet, Daniel Boone Hotel, January 23, 1959
Program, 14th Annual Victory Awards Dinner, West Virginia Sportswriters Association, Hotel Prichard, Huntington, January 29, 1959
Program, Lincoln Dinner, Cabell County Republican Executive Committee, Hotel Frederick, Huntington, February 19, 1959
Program, Opening Night, Shenandoah Downs, Charles Town Racing Association, May 1, 1959
Program, West Virginia Home Economics Association, Annual Banquet, Jackson’s Mill, May 2, 1959
Program, Great Lakes Conference of Railroad and Utilities Commissioners, The Greenbrier, June 21-24, 1959
Program, Premium List, 16th Annual Exhibit, Taylor County Fair, August 18-22, 1959
Program, Conservation Education Dinner, Hotel Morgan, August 25, 1959
Program, Preliminary Program, Southeastern Regional Conference, American Public Welfare Association, Daniel Boone Hotel, September 14-17, 1959
Program, 18th Annual Buckwheat Festival, Kingwood, September 24-26, 1959
Program, Dedicating Pleasant Valley Hospital, Point Pleasant, September 24, 1959
Program, West Virginia Moose Association, 26th Annual Convention, Beckley, October 8-10, 1959
Program, Annual Assessors Meeting and School of Instruction, Wheeling, October 25-29, 1959
Program, West Virginia State Police Academy, Graduation Exercises, Capitol Building, October 28, 1959
Program, Dunbar Armory Dedication, November 7, 1959
Program, Dedication, City-County Building, Wheeling, January 30, 1960
Program, Preston County Lincoln Day Dinner, Kingwood, February 25, 1960
Program, Home Demonstration Leadership Conference, Jackson’s Mill, April 18-22, 1960
Program, Great Lakes Conference of Railroad and Utilities Commissioners, The Greenbrier, April 24-27, 1960
Program, 13th Annual Celebration of National Hospital Day, Lakin Hospital, May 15, 1960
Program, 13th Judicial Conference of the 4th Circuit, The Greenbrier, June 30-July 2, 1960
Program, 24th Mountain State Forest Festival, October 5-8, 1960
Program, Logan Armory Dedication, Monaville, January 10, 1961
Program, West Virginia Travel Clinic, Elkins, June 9-10
Program, Lincoln’s Birthday Dinner, Women’s Republicans Clubs of Mercer County, West Virginia Hotel, February 16
Dedication Program, New Addition to the Huntington Orthopedic Hospital, undated
Program, Out-of-State
“The Bulletin,” October 1957, West Virginia Press Association
“The Weather Vane,” October 1957, West Virginia State Nurses Association
“National Municipal Review” article, “Usurpation: A Myth,” by Cecil H. Underwood
West Virginia State Magazine, August 1957
Article, “Governor Underwood to Speak At Silver Anniversary Convention in October,” West Virginia Motor Truck Association, West Virginia Transporter, February 1957
West Virginia Motor Truck Association, West Virginia Transporter, August 1957
West Virginia Motor Truck Association, West Virginia Transporter, Convention Issue, November 1958
“The Pioneer,” Benedum-Trees Company, August 1957
Constitution Week Program, John Young Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution
“18 Years of Progress in Dunbar, W. Va., 1939-1957”
Attendance List, 76th Annual Meeting, The Proprietary Association, The Greenbrier, May 12-15, 1957
Bulletin, Good Friday Breakfast, Ruffner Hotel Ballroom, April 4, 1958
Bulletin, Christ Church Methodist, November 9, 1958
Newsletter, Capitol Soil Conservation District, August 1959
Brochure, Our Future? And Our Past (Chemistry), 1957 circa
West Virginia University Alumni Association Newsletter, January 1957
“History Awakens At Harpers Ferry,” National Geographic Magazine, March 1957 (personal copy presented to Cecil Underwood by Hilltop House)
West Virginia Conference on Handicapped Children, Proceedings, Daniel Boone Hotel, Charleston, September 24-25, 1958
“Vacation, West Virginia”
West Virginia Department of Highways, Five Year Secondary Special Maintenance Program, 1958-1962
The Northeastern Logger, June 1960
Ohio County Courthouse, Wheeling City Hall, Grand Opening, January 30, 1960, Special Edition, Wheeling Intelligencer
Invitation, Morris Harvey College Commencement, May 26-28, 1957

Series 1, Subseries 2 – Speeches

Box 23
1.2:1, 1. Speech Notes, 1957
1.2:1, 2. Miscellaneous Speeches
1.2:1, 3. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Inaugural Address, January 14, 1957
1.2:1, 4. Cecil Underwood, Message to the 53rd Legislature, January 15, 1957
1.2:1, 5. U.S. Rt. 21 and Industrial Expansion, 1957
1.2:1, 6. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Seminar on Industrial Mutual Aid Organization, Daniel Boone Hotel, Charleston, January 30, 1957
1.2:1, 7. Cecil Underwood, Speech, YMCA Anniversary Dinner, Charleston, January 31, 1957
1.2:1, 8. Cecil Underwood, Speech, West Virginia University Day Banquet, Mountaineer Hotel, Williamson, February 4, 1957
1.2:1, 9. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Michigan Republican State Convention, Detroit, February 9, 1957
1.2:1, 10. Lincoln Day speeches, 1957
1.2:1, 11. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Lincoln Day Dinner, Fayetteville, February 11, 1957
1.2:1, 12. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Lincoln Day Dinner, Logan Armory, February 16, 1957
1.2:1, 13. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Report to the People, February 19, 1957
1.2:1, 14. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Virginia Young Republican Convention, February 23, 1957
1.2:1, 15. Cecil Underwood, Speech, A Report to the People, March 29, 1957
1.2:1, 16. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Young Republican Conference, Charleston, April 13, 1957
1.2:1, 17. Cecil Underwood, Speech, West Virginia Welfare Conference, Parkersburg, April 25, 1957
1.2:1, 18. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Vocational Rehabilitation of Physically, Mentally Disabled, Jackson’s Mill, May 1, 1957
1.2:1, 19. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Industrial Development Conference, Parkersburg, May 23, 1957
1.2:1, 20. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Annual Convention of National Sojourners, New York, May 24, 1957
1.2:1, 21. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Maryland State Young Republican Convention, Baltimore, May 25, 1957
1.2:1, 22. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Memorial Day Celebration, Grafton, May 30, 1957
1.2:1, 23. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Commencement, Bethany College, June 2, 1957
1.2:1, 24. Cecil Underwood, Speech, West Virginia University Commencement, June 3, 1957
1.2:1, 25. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Bluefield Chamber of Commerce, June 10, 1957
1.2:1, 26. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Rhododendron Girls State, Jackson’s Mill, June 12, 1957
1.2:1, 27. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Virginia Republican State Convention, Roanoke, July 6, 1957
1.2:1, 28. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Graduating Class of the State Police Academy, July 8, 1957
1.2:1, 29. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Dedication of Benedum Community Center, Bridgeport, July 16, 1957
1.2:1, 30. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Middle Atlantic States Apprenticeship and Training Conference, Wheeling, July 17, 1957
1.2:1, 31. Cecil Underwood, Speech, West Virginia Bankers Association Convention, Greenbrier Hotel, White Sulphur Springs, July 19, 1957
1.2:1, 32. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Joint Assembly of Legislature, Korean Veterans Bonus, August 5, 1957
1.2:1, 33. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Greater Fairmont Development Day, August 6, 1957
1.2:1, 34. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Meeting of Executive Department Heads, West Virginia Senate Chamber, August 14, 1957
1.2:1, 35. Cecil Underwood, Outline of Remarks, Junior Order United American Mechanics, August 21, 1957
1.2:1, 36. Cecil Underwood, Speech, West Virginia Farm Bureau, Jackson’s Mill, August 27, 1957
1.2:1, 37. Cecil Underwood, Speech, West Virginia Sunday, Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, September 1, 1957
1.2:1, 38. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Constitutional Study Commission, House of Delegates Chamber, September 30, 1957
1.2:1, 39. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Dedication of the Basic Science Building, West Virginia University, October 5, 1957
1.2:1, 40. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Ravenswood School Banquet, October 24, 1957
1.2:1, 41. Cecil Underwood, Speech, National Management Association, October 26, 1957
1.2:1, 42. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Reporting to the People, November 4, 1957
1.2:1, 43. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Legislative Conference, White Sulphur Springs, November 15, 1957
1.2:1, 44. Cecil Underwood, Speech, West Virginia Labor Federation, AFL-CIO, Huntington, November 22, 1957
1.2:1, 45. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Report to the People, Charleston, December 9, 1957
1.2:1, 46. Cecil Underwood, Speech, US Route 21, 1957
1.2:1, 47. Cecil Underwood, Reference Material for Speeches
1.2:1, 48. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, 1958
1.2:1, 49. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Message to the Second Regular Session of the Fifty-Third Legislature, January 8, 1958
1.2:1, 50. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Associated General Contractors, Charleston, January 17, 1958
1.2:1, 51. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Farming for Better Living Roundup Banquet, Clarksburg, January 18, 1957
1.2:1, 52. Cecil Underwood, Speech?, West Virginia Legislature, January 22, 1958
1.2:1, 53. Cecil Underwood, Speech, All-American City Award Presentation Banquet, Clarksburg, January 25, 1958
1.2:1, 54. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Report to the People, January 27, 1958
1.2:1, 55. Cecil Underwood, Comments on 92nd Anniversary of Founding of WVU, School of Music Radio Program Musical Showcase, February 8, 1958
1.2:1, 56. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Lincoln Day Dinner, Philippi, February 10, 1958
1.2:1, 57. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Lincoln Day Dinner, Montgomery County, Maryland, February 12, 1958
1.2:1, 58. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Lincoln Day Dinner, Beckley, February 13, 1958
1.2:1, 59. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Chamber of Commerce, Marietta, Ohio, February 14, 1958
1.2:1, 60. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Wheeling Junior Chamber of Commerce Banquet, February 19, 1958
1.2:1, 61. Cecil Underwood, Speeches, Lincoln Day, 1958
1.2:1, 62. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Lincoln Day Dinner, Clarksburg, February 20, 1958
1.2:1, 63. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Marshall Union Lodge No. 8, AF&AM, February 22, 1958
1.2:1, 64. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Lincoln Day Dinner, Oklahoma City, February 23, 1958
1.2:1, 65. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Southern Regional Conference on Aging, Atlanta, February 28, 1958

Box 24
1.2:2, 1. Cecil Underwood, Speech, West Virginia Conference on Water and Related Natural Resources, Beckley Hotel, Beckley, March 27, 1958
1.2:2, 2. Cecil Underwood, Statement, Committee on Banking and Currency, House of Representatives, April 16, 1958
1.2:2, 3. Cecil Underwood, Speech, State Republican Conference, Clarksburg, April 25, 1958
1.2:2, 4. Cecil Underwood, Testimony, General Education Subcommittee of House Education and Labor Committee, April 28, 1958
1.2:2, 5. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Ayrshire Breeders Association, Jackson’s Mill, May 5, 1958
1.2:2, 6. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Shepherd College Commencement (not used), no date
1.2:2, 7. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Disabled American Veterans Convention, Clarksburg, June 7, 1958
1.2:2, 8. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Girls State, June 10, 1958
1.2:2, 9. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Fifth Annual Industrial Development Conference, Huntington, June 20, 1958
1.2:2, 10. Cecil Underwood, Speech, 150th Armored Cavalry Officers Association, Fort Knox, Kentucky, June 20, 1958
1.2:2, 11. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Joint Assembly, Senate and House of Delegates, June 23, 1958
1.2:2, 12. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Interstate Oil Compact Commission, Salt Lake City, Utah, June 24, 1958
1.2:2, 13. John Field Remarks to Assessors, June 27, 1958
1.2:2, 14. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Consumer Credit Insurance Association Convention, White Sulphur Springs, June 30, 1958
1.2:2, 15. Cecil Underwood, Speech, West Virginia Chapter of the Society of American Foresters, White Sulphur Springs, July 8, 1958
1.2:2, 16. Cecil Underwood, Speech, International Association of Insurance Counselors, Greenbrier Hotel, White Sulphur Springs, July 10, 1958
1.2:2, 17. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Lions International Convention, West Virginia Night, July 10, 1958
1.2:2, 18. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Presentation of Master Plan for Moundsville, July 15, 1958
1.2:2, 19. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Ground-Breaking for Interstate Highway 81, Martinsburg, July 16, 1958
1.2:2, 20. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Theodore Roosevelt Centennial Celebration, Chautauqua, New York, July 22, 1958
1.2:2, 21. Cecil Underwood, Speech, American Legion Convention, Bluefield, July 25, 1958
1.2:2, 22. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Dedication of the PFC Roy M. Reynolds Army Reserve Center, Martinsburg, July 31, 1958
1.2:2, 23. Cecil Underwood, Speech, West Virginia Dairy Products Association Convention, White Sulphur Springs, August 4, 1958
1.2:2, 24. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Cornerstone Laying of City-County Building, Wheeling, August 16, 1958
1.2:2, 25. Cecil Underwood, Speech, West Virginia Federation of the Blind Convention, Clarksburg, August 16, 1958
1.2:2, 26. Cecil Underwood, Speech, West Virginia Elks Association, Huntington, August 21, 1958
1.2:2, 27. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Delaware State Republican Convention, Dover, Delaware, August 27, 1958 (not used)
1.2:2, 28. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Union League of Philadelphia, September 12, 1958
1.2:2, 29. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Sixty-Fourth National Conference on Government, Colorado Springs, Colorado, September 16, 1958
1.2:2, 30. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Utilities of the Virginias Convention, The Greenbrier, September 19, 1958
1.2:2, 31. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Round Table on Timber and Mineral Resources, Southern Governors’ Conference, Lexington, Kentucky, September 23, 1958
1.2:2, 32. Cecil Underwood, Speech, West Virginia Conference on Handicapped Children, Charleston, September 25, 1958
1.2:2, 33. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Little Kanawha Regional Development Conference, Harrisville, September 26, 1958
1.2:2, 34. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Mid-Atlantic Institute, Junior Chamber of Commerce, Allentown, Pennsylvania, September 27, 1958
1.2:2, 35. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Dedication of Buckhannon-Upshur High School, October 1, 1958
1.2:2, 36. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Eleventh Annual Rural Health Conference, Jackson’s Mill, October 2, 1958
1.2:2, 37. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Youth Fitness Conference, Charleston, October 3, 1958
1.2:2, 38. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Dedication of Municipal Airport, Martinsburg, October 4, 1958
1.2:2, 39. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Conference on State Parks, Blackwater Lodge, October 8, 1958
1.2:2, 40. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Nixon Rally, Huntington, October 10, 1958
1.2:2, 41. Cecil Underwood, Speech, “Oil Progress Week” Luncheon, West Virginia Petroleum Association, October 16, 1958
1.2:2, 42. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Lions International Board of Directors, The Greenbrier, October 17, 1958
1.2:2, 43. Cecil Underwood, Speech, State First Aid Meet, Charleston, October 18, 1958
1.2:2, 44. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Joint Meeting, US Route 19 Association and US Route 50 Association, Clarksburg, October 22, 1958
1.2:2, 45. Cecil Underwood, TV Speech, October 23, 1958
1.2:2, 46. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Mason County Court House Dedication, Point Pleasant, October 25, 1958
1.2:2, 47. Cecil Underwood, Statement, Political Activity of State Employees, October 30, 1958
1.2:2, 48. Cecil Underwood, Speech, WVEA Convention, Charleston, October 31, 1958
1.2:2, 49. Cecil Underwood, Speech, West Virginia Truck Convention, Charleston, November 1, 1958
1.2:2, 50. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Dedication of Williamson Armory, November 11, 1958
1.2:2, 51. Cecil Underwood, Speech, West Virginia Soil Conservation District Supervisors Association Conference, Jackson’s Mill, November 12, 1958
1.2:2, 52. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Salem Kiwanis Club Dinner honoring Dr. S. O. Bond, November 18, 1958
1.2:2, 53. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Building Dedication, Southern Regional Education Board (SREB), Atlanta, Georgia, December 15, 1958
1.2:2, 54. Cecil Underwood, Notes, 2nd Annual Awards Party, Asthma, December 17, 1958
1.2:2, 55. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Christmas TV Message, 1958
Cecil Underwood, Speech, New Martinsville Rotary Club Anniversary Dinner, January 7, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, First Regular Session, Fifty-Fourth Legislature, January 14, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Tri-State Purchasing Agents Association, Charleston, January 20, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Distinguished Salesman’s Award Dinner, Daniel Boone Hotel, Charleston, January 23, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Regional Area Development Workshop on Industrial and Community Development, Beckley, January 30, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Executive Committee of the Young Republican National Federation, Charleston, January 31, 1959

Box 25
Cecil Underwood, Speech, SREB, Richmond, February 2, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, SREB, Richmond, February 2, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Greater Richmond Republican Club, Richmond, February 2, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Ritchie County Lincoln Day Dinner, Harrisville, February 7, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Lincoln’s Birthday Dinner, California Club, Los Angeles, California, February 12, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Utah Lincoln Day Dinner, Salt Lake City, Utah, February 13, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Lincoln Day Dinner, Brown Hotel, Louisville, Kentucky, February 14, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Lincoln Day Dinner, Frederick Hotel, Huntington, February 19, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Joint Session of the Fifty-Fourth Legislature, February 25, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Lincoln Day Dinner, Raleigh County, February 27, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Hearing of the United States Subcommittee on Production and Stabilization, Kanawha County Court House, Charleston, March 4, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Statement, Banking and Currency Committee, House of Representatives, March 9, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Housing Symposium, Daniel Boone Hotel, Charleston, March 18, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Hearing with Federal Highway Administrator, in support of new interstate route through West Virginia, March 19, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Statement, regarding editorial of Lawrence H. Rogers, March 30, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, State Garden Club, The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, March 31, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Carolinas-Virginias Hospital Conference, Roanoke, Virginia, April 16, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Northeast Wildlife Conference, Oglebay Park, Wheeling, April 20, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, High Point Management Club, High Point, North Carolina, April 22, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech notes?, Logan Industrial Development Conference, April 30, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, West Virginia Home Economics Association, Jackson’s Mill, May 2, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Fifth District Advertising Federation of America, Huntington, May 8, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech notes, Report to the People, May 11, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Dedication of Richwood Armory, Richwood, May 16, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Sixth Annual Industrial Development Conference, Beckley, May 21, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Groundbreaking Ceremonies, Engineering Building, WVU, May 30, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, West Virginia State College Commencement, June 1, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Morehead State College Commencement, June 3, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Interview, WCHS-TV, June 12, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Young Men of Minnesota, “Shape the Future” Banquet, Minneapolis, Minnesota, June 17, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Young Republican National Convention, Denver, Colorado, June 18, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, SREB Conference, The Greenbrier, July 6, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, State Convention, American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary, Parkersburg, July 24, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, West Virginia National Guard Field Training, Camp Dawson, July 25, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Joint Assembly of Department Heads and the Economic Development Agency, Charleston, August 11, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, State Medical Association Conference, The Greenbrier, August 21, 1959
Cecil Underwood, News Release, Professional Photographers of West Virginia, Beckley, August 24, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Conservation Education Workshop, Morgantown, August 25, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech press release, West Virginia Association of Realtors, The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, August 29, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Governor’s Conference on Fire Prevention, Charleston, September 5, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Kfeirian Reunion, Huntington, September 7, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Unveiling of Stonewall Jackson bust, Charleston, September 13, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Southeastern Regional Conference, American Public Welfare Association, Charleston, September 16, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Federation of Republican Women’s Clubs, Parkersburg, September 18, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Pleasant Valley Hospital dedication, Pt. Pleasant, September 24, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Governor’s Conference on Aging, Charleston, September 25, 1959
Bertha S. Adkins, Speech, Governor’s Conference on Aging, Charleston, September 25, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Northeastern Area Meeting of Soil Conservation District Supervisors, Jackson’s Mill, September 29, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, West Virginia Tax Institute, Daniel Boone Hotel, Charleston, October 1, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Inauguration of President Stahr, Morgantown, October 3, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech notes, Savings Bank Association of Connecticut, The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, October 8, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, League of Women Voters, Charleston, October 9, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Republican Training Conference, Morgantown, October 10, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, “One of My Toughest Problems as Governor and How I Have Tried to Solve It,” Southern Governor’s Conference, Asheville, North Carolina, October 12, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Chairman’s Annual Report, SREB, Asheville, North Carolina, October 13, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, SREB Legislative Work Conference, Louisville, Kentucky, October 15, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, National Editorial Association, Chicago, Illinois, October 16, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Dedication Dinner of the New Carbide Research Center, Daniel Boone Hotel, Charleston, October 20, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, American Society of Civil Engineers, Washington, October 23, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Dedication of New Section of State Route 2 Through City of Wellsburg, October 24, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech notes, Man Bridge Dedication, October 26, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Graduating Class, Department of Public Safety, Charleston, October 28, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Notes, Economic Development Agency, Fairmont, October 30, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, National Association of State and Territorial Civil Defense Directors, Miami Beach, Florida, November 2, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Senate Subcommittee on Aging and the Problems of the Aging, Charleston, November 3, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Dunbar Armory Dedication, November 7, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech notes, Traffic Safety Advisory Committee, Charleston, November 9, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Dedication of Reserve Army Training Center, South Charleston, November 11, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, National First Aid Championship Team, Clarksburg, November 14, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Statement, United States Special Committee on Unemployment Problems, Welch, November 16, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Moundsville Armory Dedication, December 6, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Acceptance of Historic Plaques from USS West Virginia, Charleston, December 7, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Dedication of Logan Boulevard, Logan, December 8, 1959
Cecil Underwood, “A Report to the People,” December 15, 1959
Cecil Underwood?, Speech, Wheeling College Community Planning Conference, December 19, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech notes, 1959
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Virginia Press Association Convention, Richm1ond, Virginia, January 9, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Second Regular Session, Fifty-Fourth Legislature, January 13, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Federal License Presentation to West Virginia First Small Business Investment Company, Charleston, January 20, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Ohio Junior Chamber of Commerce, Personnel Development Conference, Cleveland, Ohio, January 24, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, “Dinner With Ike” Banquet, Hartford, Connecticut, January 27, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, City-County Building Dedication, Wheeling, January 30, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Golden Anniversary Dinner, Boy Scouts of America, Charleston, February 4, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Statement, Rosemary Johnson, her foster parents, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Isner, and the Department of Public Assistance, February 12, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Lincoln Day Dinner, Parkersburg, February 12, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Devotion, Christian Citizenship Consultation, February 12, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Lincoln Day Dinner, Pineville, February 13, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, John D. Hoblitzell, Jr. Testimonial Dinner, Ravenswood, February 24, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Region 3 College Young Republican Banquet, Charleston, February 27, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Huntington Kiwanis, March 1, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Charleston Lions Club, March 3, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Aerojet Sacramento Management Club, Sacramento, California, March 14, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Aerojet Azusa Management Club, Pasadena, California, March 15, 1960

Box 26
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Annual Sports Banquet, Milton High School, April 2, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference, National Council of Jewish Women, Charleston, April 5, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Carolinas-Virginias Assembly of Nurse Anesthetists, Charleston, April 7, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Kanawha County Young Republican Club Rally, Charleston, April 7, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, West Virginia Driver and Safety Education Association Conference, Jackson’s Mill, April 9, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Dedication Ceremonies of the Edgar B. Sims Armory, Parkersburg, April 9, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Mountain State Visitor’s Bureau, Organization Meeting, Charleston, April 11, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, East Central and Allegheny-Ohio Valley District Meeting, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Charleston, April 12, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech notes, American Public Relations Association, The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, April 13, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, “Pulse of the Nation” Dinner Series, National Republican Club, New York, April 14, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Seventh National Watershed Congress, Washington, April 20, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Model Youth Legislature, YMCA Youth and Government Program, Charleston, April 22, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Business, Industry and Education Banquet, Chamber of Commerce, New Martinsville, April 28, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Statewide Television-Radio Address, May 2, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Coal River Mining Institute, Madison, May 6, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Annual Convention of the West Virginia Federation of Women’s Clubs, Junior Department, Beckley, May 7, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Remarks, Mutual Broadcasting Network, Washington DC, May 9, 1960 (with Senator Morton)
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Third Annual Playground Boosters Banquet, Kimball, May 14, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Inaugural Convocation, Concord College, Athens, May 14, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Clarksburg Pilots Association Banquet, May 18, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Seventh Annual West Virginia Industrial Development Conference, Blackwater Falls State Park Lodge, May 18, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Grove City College Young Republican Club, Grove City, Pennsylvania, May 27, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Statewide United Republican Rally and Box Supper, Charleston Civic Center, June 4, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Marlinton Bridge Dedication, June 9, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, West Virginia Travel Clinic, Elkins, June 9, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, SREB Annual Board Workshop, Williamsburg, Virginia, June 13, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Flag Day Services, State Capitol, June 14, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Dedication of New State Police Detachment Headquarters Building, Morgantown, June 20, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, VFW Department of West Virginia Convention, Wheeling, June 25, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Report to the People, West Virginia Radio and Television Network, June 28, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Dedication of New Section of US 220, Keyser, July 9, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech notes, American College Public Relations Association, Washington, DC, July 11, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Temporary Chairman, Republican National Convention, Chicago, Illinois, July 25, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, SREB, Ninth Annual Legislative Work Conference, Baltimore, Maryland, August 4, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, West Virginia State Republican Convention, August 6, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Dedication of New Section of US Route 250, Philippi, August 10, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Annual Convention of West Virginia Farm Bureau, Jackson’s Mill, August 30, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Governor’s Conference on Aging, Charleston, September 1, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Notes, Methodist Bishops Dinner (Dr. John Holloway), Charleston Civic Center, September 1, 1960
Theodore G. Kumpp, Speech, “New Horizons for the Aging,” Governor’s Conference on Aging, Morris Harvey College, September 1-2, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Charter Acceptance Meeting, Fort Clendenin Chapter, Association of the United States Army, September 9, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Tenth Annual Safety Day Program of Central West Virginia Coal Mining Institute, Norwood Park, Clarksburg, September 10, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Annual Tug Valley Chamber of Commerce Outing, Sprigg, September 10, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Veterans of Foreign War Memorial Cottage Dedication, Cedar Lakes, September 11, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Corning Glass Works Dedication, Martinsburg, September 14, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, National Association of Life Underwriters’ Convention, Washington, September 15, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, West Virginia Telephone Association, Ninth Annual Convention, Hotel Morgan, Morgantown, September 20, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Industrial Luncheon, Parkersburg, September 22, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Annual Board Meeting, SREB, Hot Springs, Arkansas, September 25, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Republican National Committee Fundraising Dinner, Atlanta, Georgia, September 29, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Joint Assembly of the Senate and House of Delegates, October 3, 1960
Cecil Underwood?, Speech, Introduction of David A. Lindsay, October 19, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, YWCA Western Pennsylvania Conference, Wheeling, October 15, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Twenty-Third Annual Solid Fuels Conference Banquet, Charleston, October 24, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Ravenswood, October 25, 1960
Cecil Underwood, “Report to the People,” Statewide Television Network, October 26, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, WBOY Telecast, Clarksburg, October 27, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Executive Office, Charleston, October 31, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Workmen’s Compensation Medical Examiners Meeting, Charleston, November 2, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Logan County Recreation Area Groundbreaking, Logan, November 7, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturers Association, New York City, December 8, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Civil War Centennial Commission, Charleston, December 10, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Lincoln Day Dinners, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech notes, 1960
Cecil Underwood, Speech, Armory Dedication, Logan, January 10, 1961
Cecil Underwood, Speech, First Regular Session of the Fifty-Fifth Legislature, January 11, 1961

Series 1, Subseries 3 – Invitations

Box 27
Out-of State Speaking Engagements, 1957
Invitations, January 1957
Invitation Acceptance Letters, February 1957
Invitation Regrets, February 1957
Invitation Acceptance Letters, March 1957
Invitation Regrets, March 1957
Invitation Acceptance Letters, April 1957
Invitation Regrets, April 1957
Invitation Acceptance Letters, May 1957
Invitation Regrets, May 1957
Invitation Acceptance Letters, June 1957
Invitation Regrets, June 1957
Invitation Acceptance Letters, July 1957
Invitation Regrets, July 1957
Invitation Acceptance Letters, August 1957
Invitation Regrets, August 1957
Invitation Acceptance Letters, September 1957
Invitation Regrets, September 1957

Box 28
Out-of-State Speaking Engagements/Invitations, 1958
Out-of-State Speaking Engagements/Invitations, 1958
Invitation Acceptance Letters, January 1958
Invitation Regrets, January 1958
Invitation Acceptance Letters, February 1958
Invitation Regrets, February 1958
Invitation Acceptance Letters, March 1958
Invitation Regrets, March 1958
Invitation Acceptance Letters, April 1958
Invitation Regrets, April 1958
Invitation Acceptance Letters, May 1958
Invitation Regrets, May 1958
Invitation Acceptance Letters, June 1958
Invitation Regrets, June 1958
Invitation Acceptance Letters, July 1958
Invitation Regrets, July 1958
Invitation Acceptance Letters, August 1958
Invitation Regrets, August 1958
Invitation Acceptance Letters, September 1958
Invitation Regrets, September 1958

Box 29
Invitation Acceptance Letters, October 1958
Invitation Regrets, October 1958
Invitation Acceptance Letters, November 1958
Invitation Regrets, November 1958
Invitation Acceptance Letters, December 1958
Invitation Regrets, December 1958
Out-of State Speaking Engagements, January-April 1959
Out-of State Speaking Engagements, April-June 1959
Out-of State Speaking Engagements, July-August 1959
Out-of State Speaking Engagements, September-December 1959
Invitation Acceptance Letters, January 1959
Invitation Regrets, January 1959
Invitation Acceptance Letters, February 1959
Invitation Regrets, February 1959
Invitation Acceptance Letters, March 1959
Invitation Regrets, March 1959
Invitation Acceptance Letters, April 1959
Invitation Regrets, April 1959
Invitation Acceptance Letters, May 1959 (1 of 3)
Invitation Acceptance Letters, May 1959 (2 of 3)
Invitation Acceptance Letters, May 1959 (3 of 3)

Box 30
Invitation Regrets, May 1959 (1 of 3)
Invitation Regrets, May 1959 (2 of 3)
Invitation Regrets, May 1959 (3 of 3)
Invitation Acceptance Letters, June 1959 (1 of 2)
Invitation Acceptance Letters, June 1959 (2 of 2)
Invitation Regrets, June 1959 (1 of 2)
Invitation Regrets, June 1959 (2 of 2)
Invitation Acceptance Letters, July 1959
Invitation Regrets, July 1959
Invitation Acceptance Letters, August 1959 (1 of 2)
Invitation Acceptance Letters, August 1959 (2 of 2)
Invitation Regrets, August 1959 (1 of 2)
Invitation Regrets, August 1959 (2 of 2)
Invitation Acceptance Letters, September 1959 (1 of 3)
Invitation Acceptance Letters, September 1959 (2 of 3)
Invitation Acceptance Letters, September 1959 (3 of 3)
Invitation Regrets, September 1959 (1 of 2)
Invitation Regrets, September 1959 (2 of 2)
Invitation Acceptance Letters, October 1959 (1 of 2)
Invitation Acceptance Letters, October 1959 (2 of 2)
Invitation Regrets, October 1959 (1 of 2)
Invitation Regrets, October 1959 (2 of 2)
Invitation Acceptance Letters, November 1959
Invitation Regrets, November 1959

Box 31
Invitation Acceptance Letters, December 1959
Invitation Regrets, December 1959
Invitation Thank You Responses, Miscellaneous Order, 1957-1959 (1 of 5)
Invitation Thank You Responses, Miscellaneous Order, 1957-1959 (2 of 5)
Invitation Thank You Responses, Miscellaneous Order, 1957-1959 (3 of 5)
Invitation Thank You Responses, Miscellaneous Order, 1957-1959 (4 of 5)
Invitation Thank You Responses, Miscellaneous Order, 1957-1959 (5 of 5)
Out-of State Speaking Engagements/Invitations, January 1960-April 1960
Out-of State Speaking Engagements/Invitations, May 1960-
California Speaking Engagements, March, Agenda and News Articles, 1960
California Speaking Engagements, March, Correspondence, 1960
Invitations, Hovah Underwood, 1960 (1 of 2)
Invitations, Hovah Underwood, 1960 (2 of 2)
Mansion Entertaining, 1960 (1 of 2)
Mansion Entertaining, 1960 (2 of 2)
Invitation Acceptance Letters, January 1960
Invitation Regrets, January 1960
Legislative Reception and Tea, January 1960
Invitation Acceptance Letters, February 1960
Invitation Regrets, February 1960
Boy Scout Luncheon, February 1960
Lincoln Day Dinners, February 1960
Invitation Acceptance Letters, March 1960
Invitation Regrets, March 1960

Box 32
1 Invitation Acceptance Letters, April 1960 (1 of 4)
2 Invitation Acceptance Letters, April 1960 (2 of 4)
3 Invitation Acceptance Letters, April 1960 (3 of 4)
4 Invitation Acceptance Letters, April 1960 (4 of 4)
1 Invitation Regrets, April 1960 (1 of 2)
2 Invitation Regrets, April 1960 (2 of 2)
1 Acceptance Letters, May 1960 (1 of 2)
2 Acceptance Letters, May 1960 (2 of 2)
1 Invitation Regrets, May 1960
2 Invitation Regrets, May 1960
3 Acceptance Letters, May 1960
1 Acceptance Letters, June 1960
2 Acceptance Letters, June 1960
3 Invitation Regrets, June 1960
1 Acceptance Letters, July 1960
2 Invitation Acceptance Letters, July 1960
3 Invitation Regrets, July 1960
1 Invitation Acceptance Letters, August 1960
2 Invitation Acceptance Letters, August 1960
3 Invitation Regrets, August 1960

Box 33
1 Invitation Acceptance Letters, September 1960
2 Invitation Acceptance Letters, September 1960
3 Invitation Acceptance Letters, September 1960
1 Invitation Regrets, September 1960
2 Invitation Regrets, September 1960
1 Invitation Acceptance Letters, October 1960
2 Invitation Acceptance Letters, October 1960
3 Invitation Acceptance Letters, October 1960
Invitation Regrets, October 1960
Invitation Acceptance Letters, November 1960
Invitation Regrets, November 1960
Invitation Acceptance Letters, December 1960
Invitation Regrets, December 1960
Invitation Regrets, 1961
Invitation Holds, 1959-1960
Invitations, No Answers, Fall 1960
New York, Hold File, 1959
Washington, Hold File, 1959

Series 1, Subseries 4 – Scrapbooks

Box 34 (1.4:1)
Scrapbook, January 1957 to August 1957

Box 35 (1.4:2)
Scrapbook, 1958

Box 36 (1.4:3)
Scrapbook, January-June 1959

Box 37 (1.4:4)
Scrapbook, 1959

Box 38 (1.4:5)
Scrapbook, Clippings, January-February 1960

Box 39 (1.4:6)
Scrapbook, January to June 1960

Box 40 (1.4:7)
Scrapbook, July 1960 to January 1961

Box 41 (1.4:8)
Scrapbook, Southern Governors’ Conference, Sea Island, Georgia, September 22-25, 1957
Scrapbook, 49th Annual Governors Conference, 1957

Box 42 (1.4:9)
Scrapbook, Southern Governors’ Conference, 1959
Scrapbook, 50th Annual National Governors Conference, 1958

Box 43 (1.4:10)
Scrapbook, 51th Annual Governors’ Conference, 1959

Box 44 (1.4:11)
Scrapbook, Cordoba, Argentina, Delegation of North American Governors, 1960
Scrapbook, Southern Governors’ Conference, 1958

Box 45 (1.4:12)
Scrapbook, Brazil, Delegation of North American Governors, 1960
Scrapbook, Argentina, Delegation of North American Governors, 1960

Box 46 (1.4:13)
Scrapbook, Governors Conference, Glacier National Park, 1960

Box 47 (1.4:14)
Scrapbook, Republican National Convention, 1960

Box 48 (1.4:15)
Scrapbook, Study Tour to the Soviet Union, 1959
Scrapbook, Southern Governors Conference, 1960

Box 49 (1.4:16)
Arizona Highways, 1958
Arizona Highways, 1959
Arizona Highways, 1960

Series 1, Subseries 5 – Clippings

Box 50 (1.5:1)
Clippings, 1957-1958
Clippings, 1959-1960
Clippings, West Virginia History, 1957-1960
Clippings, Miscellaneous
Clippings, Marion County Junior Champ Program
Clippings, Case of Rosemary Johnson, Foster Daughter of Forrest and Edith Isner Parsons
Clippings, January 1957
Clippings, 1957

Box 51 (1.5:2)
Clippings, 1958-1960

Box 52 (1.5:3)
Clippings

Series 2, Subseries 1 – Campaigns/Political

Box 53
2.1:1, 1. 1944 Campaign, Campaign Card, Cecil Underwood, House of Delegates
2.1:1, 2. 1948 Campaign, Certified Returns
2.1:1, 3. 1950 Campaign
2.1:1, 4. 1950 Campaign, Certified Returns
2.1:1, 5. 1956 Campaign, Brochure, For the Public Good – It’s Underwood
2.1:1, 6. 1956 Campaign, Campaign Brochure, State Republican Committee
2.1:1, 7. 1956 Campaign, Brochure, “Up the Ladder, the Story of Cecil H. Underwood, Republican Candidate for Governor of West Virginia,” by John Franklin McAllister
2.1:1, 8. 1956 Campaign, Brochure, What Others Say
2.1:1, 9. 1956 Campaign, Campaign Cards
2.1:1, 10. 1956 Campaign, Certified Returns
2.1:1, 11. 1956 Campaign, Letterhead Paper and Envelopes, Underwood for Governor Headquarters, Sistersville
2.1:1, 12. 1956 Campaign materials
2.1:1, 13. 1956 Campaign, Finances/Receipts/Expenses (1 of 3)
2.1:1, 14. 1956 Campaign, Finances/Receipts/Expenses (2 of 3)
2.1:1, 15. 1956 Campaign, Finances/Receipts/Expenses (3 of 3)
2.1:1, 16. 1956 Campaign, Form Letter Lists
2.1:1, 17. 1956 Campaign, Negro Employees in West Virginia
2.1:1, 18. 1956 Campaign, News Releases
2.1:1, 19. 1956 Campaign, Cecil Underwood, Press Statements
2.1:1, 20. 1956 Campaign, Republican State Executive Committee
2.1:1, 21. 1956 Campaign, Speeches/ Excerpts from Speeches
2.1:1, 22. 1956 Campaign, WVU Mock Election Ballot
2.1:1, 23. 1956 Campaign, Congressional Voting Record of Representative Mollohan/Democratic Candidate for Governor
2.1:1, 24. 1956 Campaign, Robert Mollohan/William Marland
2.1:1, 25. 1956 Campaign, Miscellaneous (1 of 2)
2.1:1, 26. 1956 Campaign, Miscellaneous (2 of 2)
2.1:1, 27. 1956 Campaign, Barbour County
2.1:1, 28. 1956 Campaign, Berkeley County
2.1:1, 29. 1956 Campaign, Boone County
2.1:1, 30. 1956 Campaign, Braxton County
2.1:1, 31. 1956 Campaign, Brooke County
2.1:1, 32. 1956 Campaign, Cabell County, A-L
2.1:1, 33. 1956 Campaign, Cabell County, M-Z
2.1:1, 34. 1956 Campaign, Calhoun County
2.1:1, 35. 1956 Campaign, Clay County
2.1:1, 36. 1956 Campaign, Doddridge County
2.1:1, 37. 1956 Campaign, Fayette County
2.1:1, 38. 1956 Campaign, Gilmer County
2.1:1, 39. 1956 Campaign, Grant County
2.1:1, 40. 1956 Campaign, Greenbrier County
2.1:1, 41. 1956 Campaign, Hampshire County
2.1:1, 42. 1956 Campaign, Hancock County
2.1:1, 43. 1956 Campaign, Hardy County

Box 54
2.1:2, 1. 1956 Campaign, Harrison County
2.1:2, 2. 1956 Campaign, Jackson County
2.1:2, 3. 1956 Campaign, Jefferson County
2.1:2, 4. 1956 Campaign, Kanawha County, A-G
2.1:2, 5. 1956 Campaign, Kanawha County, H-K
2.1:2, 6. 1956 Campaign, Kanawha County, L-R
2.1:2, 7. 1956 Campaign, Kanawha County, S-Z
2.1:2, 8. 1956 Campaign, Lewis County
2.1:2, 9. 1956 Campaign, Lincoln County
2.1:2, 10. 1956 Campaign, Logan County
2.1:2, 11. 1956 Campaign, Marion County
2.1:2, 12. 1956 Campaign, Marshall County
2.1:2, 13. 1956 Campaign, Mason County
2.1:2, 14. 1956 Campaign, McDowell County
2.1:2, 15. 1956 Campaign, Mercer County
2.1:2, 16. 1956 Campaign, Mineral County
2.1:2, 17. 1956 Campaign, Mingo County
2.1:2, 18. 1956 Campaign, Monongalia County
2.1:2, 19. 1956 Campaign, Monroe County
2.1:2, 20. 1956 Campaign, Morgan County
2.1:2, 21. 1956 Campaign, Nicholas County
2.1:2, 22. 1956 Campaign, Ohio County
2.1:2, 23. 1956 Campaign, Pendleton County
2.1:2, 24. 1956 Campaign, Pleasants County
2.1:2, 25. 1956 Campaign, Pocahontas County
2.1:2, 26. 1956 Campaign, Preston County
2.1:2, 27. 1956 Campaign, Putnam County
2.1:2, 28. 1956 Campaign, Raleigh County
2.1:2, 29. 1956 Campaign, Randolph County
2.1:2, 30. 1956 Campaign, Ritchie County
2.1:2, 31. 1956 Campaign, Roane County
2.1:2, 32. 1956 Campaign, Summers County
2.1:2, 33. 1956 Campaign, Taylor County
2.1:2, 34. 1956 Campaign, Tucker County
2.1:2, 35. 1956 Campaign, Tyler County
2.1:2, 36. 1956 Campaign, Upshur County
2.1:2, 37. 1956 Campaign, Wayne County
2.1:2, 38. 1956 Campaign, Webster County
2.1:2, 39. 1956 Campaign, Wetzel County
2.1:2, 40. 1956 Campaign, Wirt County
2.1:2, 41. 1956 Campaign, Wood County
2.1:2, 42. 1956 Campaign, Wyoming County

Box 55
2.1:3, 1. 1956 Campaign, Correspondence (1 of 4)
2.1:3, 2. 1956 Campaign, Correspondence (2 of 4)
2.1:3, 3. 1956 Campaign, Correspondence (3 of 4)
2.1:3, 4. 1956 Campaign, Correspondence (4 of 4)
2.1:3, 5. 1956 Campaign, Anonymous Correspondence
2.1:3, 6. 1956 Campaign, Out-of-State Correspondence, A-G
2.1:3, 7. 1956 Campaign, Out-of-State Correspondence, H-O
2.1:3, 8. 1956 Campaign, Out-of-State Correspondence, P-Z
2.1:3, 9. 1956 Campaign, Out-of-State Correspondence
2.1:3, 10. 1956 Campaign, Letters of Congratulations (1 of 4)
2.1:3, 11. 1956 Campaign, Letters of Congratulations (2 of 4)
2.1:3, 12. 1956 Campaign, Letters of Congratulations (3 of 4)
2.1:3, 13. 1956 Campaign, Letters of Congratulations (4 of 4)
2.1:3, 14. 1956 Campaign, Cards of Congratulations
2.1:3, 15. 1956 Campaign, State Department Communications
2.1:3, 16. 1956 Campaign, Advertising
2.1:3, 17. 1956 Campaign, County Lists
2.1:3, 18. 1956 Campaign, Economic Council Newsletter
2.1:3, 19. 1956 Campaign, Underwood’s Notes
2.1:3, 20. 1956 Campaign, Salute to Underwood dinner
2.1:3, 21. 1956 Campaign, Mrs. Hovah Underwood
2.1:3, 22. 1956 Campaign, Cecil Underwood, Television
2.1:3, 23. 1956 Campaign, Eisenhower Letter
2.1:3, 24. 1956 Campaign, National Committee
2.1:3, 25. 1956 Campaign, West Virginia Political Almanac
2.1:3, 26. 1956 Campaign, Speech Kit
2.1:3, 27. 1956 Campaign, Speeches, Newsletters
2.1:3, 28. Program, 23rd Tri-State Invitational Basketball Tournament, Sistersville, March 21-24, 1956
2.1:3, 29. Program, Varieties of 1956, Home Talent Show, Tyler County High School Auditorium, April 13-14, 1956
2.1:3, 30. Program, Raleigh County Republican Women’s Club Republican Roundup, April 26, 1956
2.1:3, 31. Program, 13th Biennial Convention, West Virginia Young Republican League, Huntington, June 22-23, 1956
2.1:3, 32. Program, East Rainelle Annual July 4 Celebration, July 4, 1956
2.1:3, 33. Program, 18th Annual Miller Reunion, Comer Grove, Wikel, July 29, 1956
2.1:3, 34. Program, 33rd Annual Nicholas County Fair, July 30-August 4, 1956
2.1:3, 35. Program, Boone County Homecoming, Madison Ball Park, August 5, 1956
2.1:3, 36. Program, Fayette County Fair, Oak Hill, August 6-11, 1956
2.1:3, 37. Program, Community Fair, West Milford Lions Club, August 16-18, 1956
2.1:3, 38. Program, 14th Annual Ohio-West Virginia All Star Game, Ohio County Public School Stadium, August 18, 1956
2.1:3, 39. Program, 38th Annual Tucker County Fair and Centennial Celebration, Parsons, August 20-26, 1956
2.1:3, 40. Program, 20th Annual Premium List and Homecoming, Clay County, Clay, August 20-25, 1956
2.1:3, 41. Program, Marshall Fair, Moundsville, August 29-September 1, 1956
2.1:3, 42. Program, 57th Annual Barbour County Street Fair, September 5-8, 1956
2.1:3, 43. Program, Salem Lions Club, 6th Annual Horseshow, Post Farm, September 16, 1956
2.1:3, 44. Program, 6th Annual Meeting, West Virginia Sportsmen Unlimited, Wheeling, September 22-23, 1956
2.1:3, 45. Program, 17th Annual New Martinsville Regatta, September 22-23, 1956
2.1:3, 46. Program, West Virginia Oil and Natural Gas Association, Annual Meeting, Jackson’s Mill, September 28, 1956
2.1:3, 47. Program, West Virginia Fox Hunters Association, 42nd Annual Bench Show and Field Trials, Pennsboro, September 30-October 3, 1956
2.1:3, 48. Industrial Workers Review, 1956

Box 56
2.1:4, 1. 1960 Campaign, Bank Statements, Taxes, Check Books
2.1:4, 2. 1960 Campaign, Bills
2.1:4, 3. 1960 Campaign, Paid Bills
2.1:4, 4. 1960 Campaign, Financial Statements
2.1:4, 5. 1960 Campaign, Business and Politics Reports of Various Company Policies
2.1:4, 6. 1960 Campaign, Correspondence, A-E
2.1:4, 7. 1960 Campaign, Correspondence, F-O
2.1:4, 8. 1960 Campaign, Correspondence, P-Z
2.1:4, 9. 1960 Campaign, Correspondence (1 of 5)
2.1:4, 10. 1960 Campaign, Correspondence (2 of 5)
2.1:4, 11. 1960 Campaign, Correspondence (3 of 5)
2.1:4, 12. 1960 Campaign, Correspondence (4 of 5)
2.1:4, 13. 1960 Campaign, Correspondence (5 of 5)
2.1:4, 14. 1960 Campaign, Political Correspondence
2.1:4, 15. 1960 Campaign, Republican Political Correspondence (1 of 2)
2.1:4, 16. 1960 Campaign, Republican Political Correspondence (2 of 2)
2.1:4, 17. 1960 Campaign, Political Advertising
2.1:4, 18. 1960 Campaign, Primary
2.1:4, 19. 1960 Campaign, State Agency Duties and Accomplishments
2.1:4, 20. 1960 Campaign, Harold E. Neely, Political
2.1:4, 21. 1960 Campaign, Speech Notes
2.1:4, 22. 1960 Campaign, Miscellaneous

Box 57
2.1:5, 1. 1960 Campaign, Election Follow-Ups (1 of 2)
2.1:5, 2. 1960 Campaign, Election Follow-Ups (2 of 2)
2.1:5, 3. 1960 Campaign, State Road Lists of Paving Work
2.1:5, 4. 1960 Campaign, Political News Releases
2.1:5, 5. 1960 Campaign, Jackson County Republican Rally, Ripley, September 10, 1960
2.1:5, 6. 1960 Campaign, First Congressional District Meeting, Moundsville, September 22, 1960
2.1:5, 7. 1960 Campaign, Opening Underwood for Senate Headquarters, Sistersville, September 24, 1960
2.1:5, 8. 1960 Campaign, Second District Rally, Keyser, October 5, 1960
2.1:5, 9. 1960 Campaign, Fifth District Congressional Rally, Princeton, October 18, 1960
2.1:5, 10. 1960 Campaign, Debate, Randolph, Opening Statement, October 28, 1960
2.1:5, 11. 1960 Campaign, Fairmont Rally, November 2, 1960
2.1:5, 12. 1960 Campaign, Remarks at Huntington Rally, November 3, 1960
2.1:5, 13. 1960 Campaign, Remarks at Sistersville Rally, November 5, 1960
2.1:5, 14. 1960 Campaign, Underwood for U.S. Senate
2.1:5, 15. 1960 Campaign, W. W. Barron materials
2.1:5, 16. 1960 Campaign, West Virginia Republican and Democratic Primary Election Candidates
2.1:5, 17. 1960 Campaign, Republican Blueprint for Progress in West Virginia
2.1:5, 18. 1964 Campaign, Underwood for Governor Committee, Deposit Books, Huntington Trust and Savings Bank
2.1:5, 19. 1964 Campaign, Check Book, Huntington Trust and Savings Bank
2.1:5, 20. 1964 Campaign, Deposit Books, Twentieth Street Bank, Huntington
2.1:5, 21. 1964 Campaign, Financial Reports
2.1:5, 22. 1964 Campaign, Expenses, Personal (1 of 2)
2.1:5, 23. 1964 Campaign, Expenses, Personal (2 of 2)
2.1:5, 24. 1964 Campaign, Expense Report, Don Saxon
2.1:5, 25. 1964 Campaign, Expense Report, Louis Solomon
2.1:5, 26. 1964 Campaign, Expenses (1 of 3)
2.1:5, 27. 1964 Campaign, Expenses (2 of 3)
2.1:5, 28. 1964 Campaign, Expenses (3 of 3)

Box 58
2.1:6, 1. 1964 Campaign, Checks and Stubs, Underwood for Governor Committee
2.1:6, 2. 1964 Campaign, Payroll Materials, Underwood for Governor Committee
2.1:6, 3. 1964 Campaign, Bank Statements, Underwood for Governor Committee
2.1:6, 4. 1964 Campaign, Cancelled Checks (1 of 2)
2.1:6, 5. 1964 Campaign, Cancelled Checks (2 of 2)
2.1:6, 6. 1964 Campaign, Ledger Book, Contributions and Disbursements, Cecil H. Underwood, Personal
2.1:6, 7. 1964 Campaign, Ledger Book, Physicians for Underwood
2.1:6, 8. 1964 Campaign, Ledger Book, Contributions and Disbursements, Underwood for Governor Committee
2.1:6, 9. 1964 Campaign, Ledger Book, Contributions, Underwood for Governor Committee, October-November 1964
2.1:6, 10. 1964 Campaign, Ledger Book, Out-of-State Contributions, July-November 1964
2.1:6, 11. 1964 Campaign, Ledger Book, Contributions, Cecil H. Underwood, October-November 1964
2.1:6, 12. 1964 Campaign, Ledger Book, Contributions, Underwood for Governor Committee, October 1964
2.1:6, 13. 1964 Campaign, Ledger Book, Shares in Good Government
2.1:6, 14. 1964 Campaign, Shares in Good Government, Materials, 1964
2.1:6, 15. 1964 Campaign, Ledger, Underwood for Governor Committee
2.1:6, 16. 1964 Campaign, Ledger, Cecil H. Underwood
2.1:6, 17. 1964 Campaign, Guest Book, March 20, 1964

Box 59
2.1:7, 1. 1964 Campaign, A
2.1:7, 2. 1964 Campaign, Advertising
2.1:7, 3. 1964 Campaign, B (1 of 3)
2.1:7, 4. 1964 Campaign, B (2 of 3)
2.1:7, 5. 1964 Campaign, B (3 of 3)
2.1:7, 6. 1964 Campaign, Barron
2.1:7, 7. 1964 Campaign, C (1 of 3)
2.1:7, 8. 1964 Campaign, C (2 of 3)
2.1:7, 9. 1964 Campaign, C (3 of 3)
2.1:7, 10. 1964 Campaign, Campaign Comments “Fore & Aft”
2.1:7, 11. 1964 Campaign, Colleges and Universities
2.1:7, 12. 1964 Campaign, Congratulations
2.1:7, 13. 1964 Campaign, Congressional File
2.1:7, 14. 1964 Campaign, Conservation
2.1:7, 15. 1964 Campaign, Contractors
2.1:7, 16. 1964 Campaign, Contracts
2.1:7, 17. 1964 Campaign, D
2.1:7, 18. 1964 Campaign, Debate
2.1:7, 19. 1964 Campaign, Democratic File (1 of 2)
2.1:7, 20. 1964 Campaign, Democratic File (2 of 2)
2.1:7, 21. 1964 Campaign, Denmar Hospital
2.1:7, 22. 1964 Campaign, Dentists for Underwood
2.1:7, 23. 1964 Campaign, E
2.1:7, 24. 1964 Campaign, Economic
2.1:7, 25. 1964 Campaign, Election Laws
2.1:7, 26. 1964 Campaign, Employment
2.1:7, 27. 1964 Campaign, Equipment Donated
2.1:7, 28. 1964 Campaign, F
2.1:7, 29. 1964 Campaign, Finance Committee
2.1:7, 30. 1964 Campaign, G
2.1:7, 31. 1964 Campaign, Goldwater

Box 60
2.1:8, 1. 1964 Campaign, H (1 of 3)
2.1:8, 2. 1964 Campaign, H (2 of 3)
2.1:8, 3. 1964 Campaign, H (3 of 3)
2.1:8, 4. 1964 Campaign, Hospitals
2.1:8, 5. 1964 Campaign, I
2.1:8, 6. 1964 Campaign, Insurance
2.1:8, 7. 1964 Campaign, Itinerary
2.1:8, 8. 1964 Campaign, J
2.1:8, 9. 1964 Campaign, K
2.1:8, 10. 1964 Campaign, L (1 of 2)
2.1:8, 11. 1964 Campaign, L (2 of 2)
2.1:8, 12. 1964 Campaign, Labor
2.1:8, 13. 1964 Campaign, Liquor Commission
2.1:8, 14. 1964 Campaign, Mc
2.1:8, 15. 1964 Campaign, M (1 of 2)
2.1:8, 16. 1964 Campaign, M (2 of 2)
2.1:8, 17. 1964 Campaign, Mayors for Underwood
2.1:8, 18. 1964 Campaign, N
2.1:8, 19. 1964 Campaign, National Guard
2.1:8, 20. 1964 Campaign, Newspapers
2.1:8, 21. 1964 Campaign, O
2.1:8, 22. 1964 Campaign, Office Notes
2.1:8, 23. 1964 Campaign, Oil and Gas
2.1:8, 24. 1964 Campaign, Out-of-State Letters
2.1:8, 25. 1964 Campaign, P
2.1:8, 26. 1964 Campaign, Poverty
2.1:8, 27. 1964 Campaign, Presidential Candidates
2.1:8, 28. 1964 Campaign, Programs
2.1:8, 29. 1964 Campaign, Q
2.1:8, 30. 1964 Campaign, R
2.1:8, 31. 1964 Campaign, Replies to Secondary Road Wires

Box 61
2.1:9, 1. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, S (1 of 3)
2.1:9, 2. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, S (2 of 3)
2.1:9, 3. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, S (3 of 3)
2.1:9, 4. 1964 Campaign, Speeches
2.1:9, 5. 1964 Campaign, Street Level Headquarters
2.1:9, 6. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, T
2.1:9, 7. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Taxes
2.1:9, 8. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Telegrams
2.1:9, 9. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Telephone Conferences
2.1:9, 10. 1964 Campaign, Thanks
2.1:9, 11. 1964 Campaign, Transportation
2.1:9, 12. 1964 Campaign, U
2.1:9, 13. 1964 Campaign, Cecil Underwood
2.1:9, 14. 1964 Campaign, United Mine Workers
2.1:9, 15. 1964 Campaign, V
2.1:9, 16. 1964 Campaign, Volunteers
2.1:9, 17. 1964 Campaign, W (1 of 2)
2.1:9, 18. 1964 Campaign, W (2 of 2)
2.1:9, 19. 1964 Campaign, Washington, D. C.
2.1:9, 20. 1964 Campaign, Welfare
2.1:9, 21. 1964 Campaign, X, Y, Z
2.1:9, 22. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence
2.1:9, 23. 1964 Campaign, Invitation and Appointment Requests, 1963-1964
2.1:9, 24. 1964 Campaign, Invitation Regrets
2.1:9, 25. Correspondence, Regarding ECO Meeting, Washington, 1964
2.1:9, 26. 1964 Campaign, Brochure, “A Comprehensive Secondary Road Program”
2.1:9, 27. 1964 Campaign, Brochure, “Education”
2.1:9, 28. 1964 Campaign, Brochure, “The Politics of Poverty”
2.1:9, 29. 1964 Campaign, Brochure, “State and Local Government – An Active Partnership”
2.1:9, 30. 1964 Campaign, Brochure, “Unfinished Business: Parole and the Penal System”
2.1:9, 31. 1964 Campaign, Brochure, “Wake Up West Virginia”
2.1:9, 32. 1964 Campaign, County Information
2.1:9, 33. 1964 Campaign, Democrats for Underwood
2.1:9, 34. 1964 Campaign, Educational Policy Statement
2.1:9, 35. 1964 Campaign, Flier
2.1:9, 36. 1964 Campaign, Impact of West Virginia Soft Drink Tax on Soft Drink Industry in West Virginia
2.1:9, 37. 1964 Campaign, Miscellaneous Offices
2.1:9, 38. 1964 Campaign, Public Hearings on Republican State Platform
2.1:9, 39. 1964 Campaign, Question and Answer
2.1:9, 40. 1964 Campaign, Speeches, Cecil Underwood
2.1:9, 41. 1964 Campaign, Sticker, Underwood, Republican for Governor
2.1:9, 42. 1964 Campaign, Sticker, Wake Up West Virginia!
2.1:9, 43. 1964 Campaign, Volunteer Cards, Crusade for Better Government
2.1:9, 44. West Virginia Newsdigest, March 30, 1964
2.1:9, 45. West Virginia Medical Directory, 1950
2.1:9, 46. West Virginia State Medical Association, Roster of Members, 1964
2.1:9, 47. Charles H. Percy for Governor, 1964

Box 62
2.1:10, 1. 1964 Campaign, Bus
2.1:10, 2. 1964 Campaign, Civil Rights
2.1:10, 3. 1964 Campaign, Coal Industry
2.1:10, 4. 1964 Campaign, Education
2.1:10, 5. 1964 Campaign, Flood Relief Issue
2.1:10, 6. 1964 Campaign, Polls
2.1:10, 7. 1964 Campaign, Press Releases (1 of 2)
2.1:10, 8. 1964 Campaign, Press Releases (2 of 2)
2.1:10, 9. 1964 Campaign, Press Weekly Newspapers
2.1:10, 10. 1964 Campaign, Primary
2.1:10, 11. 1964 Campaign, Republican File (1 of 3)
2.1:10, 12. 1964 Campaign, Republican File (2 of 3)
2.1:10, 13. 1964 Campaign, Republican File (3 of 3)
2.1:10, 14. 1964 Campaign, Republican Finance Committee
2.1:10, 15. 1964 Campaign, Republican Platform
2.1:10, 16. 1964 Campaign, Republican State Chairmen
2.1:10, 17. 1964 Campaign, Republican State Convention
2.1:10, 18. 1964 Campaign, Republican Youth Camp
2.1:10, 19. 1964 Campaign, Republicans for Smith
2.1:10, 20. 1964 Campaign, Right-of-Way Acquisition
2.1:10, 21. 1964 Campaign, Roads (1 of 2)
2.1:10, 22. 1964 Campaign, Roads (2 of 2)
2.1:10, 23. 1964 Campaign, Roads, Secondary
2.1:10, 24. 1964 Campaign, State Road Commission Issue
2.1:10, 25. 1964 Campaign, Voting Statistics
2.1:10, 26. 1964 Campaign, C. S. “Jack” Weaver Remarks, December 13, 1964
2.1:10, 27. 1964 Campaign, World’s Fair

Box 63
2.1:11, 1. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Barbour County
2.1:11, 2. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Berkeley County
2.1:11, 3. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Boone County
2.1:11, 4. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Braxton County
2.1:11, 5. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Brooke County
2.1:11, 6. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Cabell County
2.1:11, 7. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Calhoun County
2.1:11, 8. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Clay County
2.1:11, 9. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Doddridge County
2.1:11, 10. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Fayette County
2.1:11, 11. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Gilmer County
2.1:11, 12. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Grant County
2.1:11, 13. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Greenbrier County
2.1:11, 14. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Hampshire County
2.1:11, 15. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Hancock County
2.1:11, 16. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Hardy County
2.1:11, 17. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Harrison County
2.1:11, 18. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Jackson County
2.1:11, 19. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Jefferson County
2.1:11, 20. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Kanawha County
2.1:11, 21. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Lewis County
2.1:11, 22. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Lincoln County
2.1:11, 23. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Logan County
2.1:11, 24. 1964 Campaign, County Files, McDowell County
2.1:11, 25. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Marion County
2.1:11, 26. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Marshall County
2.1:11, 27. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Mason County
2.1:11, 28. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Mercer County
2.1:11, 29. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Mineral County
2.1:11, 30. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Mingo County
2.1:11, 31. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Monongalia County
2.1:11, 32. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Monroe County
2.1:11, 33. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Morgan County
2.1:11, 34. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Nicholas County
2.1:11, 35. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Ohio County
2.1:11, 36. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Pendleton County
2.1:11, 37. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Pleasants County
2.1:11, 38. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Pocahontas County
2.1:11, 39. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Preston County
2.1:11, 40. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Putnam County
2.1:11, 41. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Raleigh County
2.1:11, 42. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Randolph County
2.1:11, 43. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Ritchie County
2.1:11, 44. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Roane County
2.1:11, 45. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Summers County
2.1:11, 46. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Taylor County
2.1:11, 47. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Tucker County
2.1:11, 48. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Tyler County
2.1:11, 49. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Upshur County
2.1:11, 50. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Wayne County
2.1:11, 51. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Webster County
2.1:11, 52. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Wetzel County
2.1:11, 53. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Wirt County
2.1:11, 54. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Wood County
2.1:11, 55. 1964 Campaign, County Files, Wyoming County

Box 64
2.1:12, 1. 1964 Campaign, Campaign Contributors, A
2.1:12, 2. 1964 Campaign, Campaign Contributors, B
2.1:12, 3. 1964 Campaign, Campaign Contributors, C
2.1:12, 4. 1964 Campaign, Campaign Contributors, D
2.1:12, 5. 1964 Campaign, Campaign Contributors, E
2.1:12, 6. 1964 Campaign, Campaign Contributors, F
2.1:12, 7. 1964 Campaign, Campaign Contributors, G
2.1:12, 8. 1964 Campaign, Campaign Contributors, H
2.1:12, 9. 1964 Campaign, Campaign Contributors, I
2.1:12, 10. 1964 Campaign, Campaign Contributors, J
2.1:12, 11, 1964 Campaign, Campaign Contributors, K
2.1:12, 12. 1964 Campaign, Campaign Contributors, L
2.1:12, 13. 1964 Campaign, Campaign Contributors, Mc
2.1:12, 14. 1964 Campaign, Campaign Contributors, M
2.1:12, 15. 1964 Campaign, Campaign Contributors, N
2.1:12, 16. 1964 Campaign, Campaign Contributors, O-Q
2.1:12, 17. 1964 Campaign, Campaign Contributors, R
2.1:12, 18. 1964 Campaign, Campaign Contributors, S
2.1:12, 19. 1964 Campaign, Campaign Contributors, T
2.1:12, 20. 1964 Campaign, Campaign Contributors, U-Z
2.1:12, 21. 1964 Campaign, Committee Contributions (1 of 6)
2.1:12, 22. 1964 Campaign, Committee Contributions (2 of 6)
2.1:12, 23. 1964 Campaign, Committee Contributions (3 of 6)
2.1:12, 24. 1964 Campaign, Committee Contributions (4 of 6)
2.1:12, 25. 1964 Campaign, Committee Contributions (5 of 6)
2.1:12, 26. 1964 Campaign, Committee Contributions (6 of 6)
2.1:12, 27. 1964 Campaign, Personal Contributions (1 of 3)
2.1:12, 28. 1964 Campaign, Personal Contributions (2 of 3)
2.1:12, 29. 1964 Campaign, Personal Contributions (3 of 3)
2.1:12, 30. 1964 Campaign, Physicians for Underwood
2.1:12, 31. 1964 Campaign, US Chamber of Commerce, Campaign Contribution Requests
2.1:12, 32. 1964 Campaign, Post-Election Contributions
2.1:12, 33. 1964 Campaign, Contributions

Box 65
2.1:13, 1. 1964 Campaign, Coffees Schedules
2.1:13, 2. 1964 Campaign, County Chairmen, Women’s Crusade for Underwood Coffees
2.1:13, 3. 1964 Campaign, Coffees, Hostesses and Guests
2.1:13, 4. 1964 Campaign, Committees – Candidates
2.1:13, 5. 1964 Campaign, File Copy of Printed Material
2.1:13, 6. 1964 Campaign, Form Letters
2.1:13, 7. 1964 Campaign, Mailing Lists
2.1:13, 8. 1964 Campaign, Memorandums
2.1:13, 9. 1964 Campaign, Miscellaneous
2.1:13, 10. 1964 Campaign, Road Cards
2.1:13, 11. 1964 Campaign, Sample Letters
2.1:13, 12. 1964 Campaign, Schedules
2.1:13, 13. 1964 Campaign, Shares in Good Government
2.1:13, 14. 1964 Campaign, Shares in Good Government Materials
2.1:13, 15. 1964 Campaign, Women’s Crusade Coffee Materials
2.1:13, 16. 1964 Campaign, Work Sheets
2.1:13, 17. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Barbour County
2.1:13, 18. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Berkeley County
2.1:13, 19. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Boone County
2.1:13, 20. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Braxton County
2.1:13, 21. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Brooke County
2.1:13, 22. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Cabell County
2.1:13, 23. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Calhoun County
2.1:13, 24. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Clay County
2.1:13, 25. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Doddridge County
2.1:13, 26. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Fayette County
2.1:13, 27. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Gilmer County
2.1:13, 28. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Grant County
2.1:13, 29. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Greenbrier County
2.1:13, 30. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Hampshire County
2.1:13, 31. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Hancock County
2.1:13, 32. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Hardy County
2.1:13, 33. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Harrison County
2.1:13, 34. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Jackson County
2.1:13, 35. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Jefferson County
2.1:13, 36. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Kanawha County
2.1:13, 37. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Lewis County
2.1:13, 38. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Lincoln County
2.1:13, 39. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Logan County
2.1:13, 40. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Marion County
2.1:13, 41. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Marshall County
2.1:13, 42. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Mason County
2.1:13, 43. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, McDowell County
2.1:13, 44. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Mercer County
2.1:13, 45. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Mineral County
2.1:13, 46. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Mingo County
2.1:13, 47. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Monongalia County
2.1:13, 48. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Monroe County
2.1:13, 49. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Morgan County
2.1:13, 50. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Nicholas County
2.1:13, 51. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Ohio County
2.1:13, 52. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Pendleton County
2.1:13, 53. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Pleasants County
2.1:13, 54. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Pocahontas County
2.1:13, 55. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Preston County
2.1:13, 56. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Putnam County
2.1:13, 57. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Raleigh County
2.1:13, 58. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Randolph County
2.1:13, 59. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Ritchie County
2.1:13, 60. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Roane County
2.1:13, 61. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Summers County
2.1:13, 62. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Taylor County
2.1:13, 63. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Tucker County
2.1:13, 64. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Tyler County
2.1:13, 65. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Upshur County
2.1:13, 66. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Wayne County
2.1:13, 67. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Webster County
2.1:13, 68. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Wetzel County
2.1:13, 69. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Wirt County
2.1:13, 70. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Wood County
2.1:13, 71. 1964 Campaign, Correspondence, Wyoming County
2.1:13, 72. 1964 Campaign, Guests, Underwood Coffees
2.1:13, 73. 1964 Campaign, Volunteer Sheets, Women’s Crusade for Underwood
2.1:13, 74. 1964 Campaign, Underwood Coffees, Chairmen, Hostesses and Guests

Box 66
2.1:14, 1. 1964 Campaign, Donor Pledges to the Women’s Crusade for Underwood (Box)
2.1:14, 2. 1964 Campaign, Hulett Smith
2.1:14, 3. 1964 Campaign, Photocopies of deeds prohibiting transfer to African-Americans, South Beckley Land Company
2.1:14, 4. 1964 Campaign, Information on Hulett Smith/Democratic Officials (1 of 2)
2.1:14, 5. 1964 Campaign, Information on Hulett Smith/Democratic Officials (2 of 2)
2.1:14, 6. 1964 Campaign, Donor Booster Cards (Box)
2.1:14, 7. Kyle vs. Underwood
2.1:14, 8. West Virginia News Digest, 1964
2.1:14, 9. West Virginia Progress, October 1964
2.1:14, 10. 1966 Campaign, Secretary of State, John Callebs
2.1:14, 11. 1966 Campaign, Secretary of State, Certified Returns

Box 67
2.1:15, 1. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Barbour County
2.1:15, 2. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Berkeley County
2.1:15, 3. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Boone County
2.1:15, 4. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Braxton County
2.1:15, 5. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Brooke County
2.1:15, 6. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Cabell County
2.1:15, 7. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Calhoun County
2.1:15, 8. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Clay County
2.1:15, 9. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Fayette County
2.1:15, 10. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Gilmer County
2.1:15, 11. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Grant County
2.1:15, 12. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Greenbrier County
2.1:15, 13. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Hampshire County
2.1:15, 14. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Hancock County
2.1:15, 15. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Hardy County
2.1:15, 16. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Harrison County
2.1:15, 17. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Jackson County
2.1:15, 18. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Jefferson County
2.1:15, 19. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Kanawha County (1 of 2)
2.1:15, 20. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Kanawha County (2 of 2)
2.1:15, 21. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Lewis County
2.1:15, 22. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Lincoln County
2.1:15, 23. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Logan County
2.1:15, 24. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Marion County
2.1:15, 25. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Marshall County
2.1:15, 26. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Mason County
2.1:15, 27. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, McDowell County
2.1:15, 28. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Mercer County
2.1:15, 29. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Mineral County
2.1:15, 30. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Mingo County
2.1:15, 31. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Monongalia County
2.1:15, 32. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Monroe County
2.1:15, 33. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Morgan County
2.1:15, 34. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Nicholas County
2.1:15, 35. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Ohio County
2.1:15, 36. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Pendleton County
2.1:15, 37. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Pleasants County
2.1:15, 38. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Pocahontas County
2.1:15, 39. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Preston County
2.1:15, 40. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Putnam County
2.1:15, 41. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Raleigh County
2.1:15, 42. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Randolph County
2.1:15, 43. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Ritchie County
2.1:15, 44. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Roane County
2.1:15, 45. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Summers County
2.1:15, 46. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Taylor County
2.1:15, 47. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Tucker County
2.1:15, 48. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Tyler County
2.1:15, 49. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Upshur County

Box 68
2.1:16, 1. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Wayne County
2.1:16, 2. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Webster County
2.1:16, 3. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Wetzel County
2.1:16, 4. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Wirt County
2.1:16, 5. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Wood County
2.1:16, 6. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Wyoming County
2.1:16, 7. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, Out-of-State
2.1:16, 8. 1968 Campaign, Miscellaneous Correspondence, A
2.1:16, 9. 1968 Campaign, Miscellaneous Correspondence, B
2.1:16, 10. 1968 Campaign, Miscellaneous Correspondence, C
2.1:16, 11. 1968 Campaign, Miscellaneous Correspondence, D
2.1:16, 12. 1968 Campaign, Miscellaneous Correspondence, E
2.1:16, 13. 1968 Campaign, Miscellaneous Correspondence, F
2.1:16, 14. 1968 Campaign, Miscellaneous Correspondence, G
2.1:16, 15. 1968 Campaign, Miscellaneous Correspondence, H
2.1:16, 16. 1968 Campaign, Miscellaneous Correspondence, J
2.1:16, 17. 1968 Campaign, Miscellaneous Correspondence, K
2.1:16, 18. 1968 Campaign, Miscellaneous Correspondence, L
2.1:16, 19. 1968 Campaign, Miscellaneous Correspondence, M
2.1:16, 20. 1968 Campaign, Miscellaneous Correspondence, O-P
2.1:16, 21. 1968 Campaign, Miscellaneous Correspondence, R
2.1:16, 22. 1968 Campaign, Miscellaneous Correspondence, S
2.1:16, 23. 1968 Campaign, Miscellaneous Correspondence, T
2.1:16, 24. 1968 Campaign, Miscellaneous Correspondence, V-W
2.1:16, 25. 1968 Campaign, Miscellaneous Correspondence, Y-Z
2.1:16, 26. 1968 Campaign, Miscellaneous Correspondence
2.1:16, 27. 1968 Campaign, Former Employees, Completed by Counties
2.1:16, 28. 1968 Campaign, Correspondence, To Be Sorted
2.1:16, 29. 1968 Campaign, Election Calendar, Republican County Chairmen, Kanawha County Republican Executive Committee Summary
2.1:16, 30. 1968 Campaign, Programs, Lincoln Day Dinners
2.1:16, 31. 1968 Campaign, Bills Paid (1 of 4)
2.1:16, 32. 1968 Campaign, Bills Paid (2 of 4)
2.1:16, 33. 1968 Campaign, Bills Paid (3 of 4)
2.1:16, 34. 1968 Campaign, Bills Paid (4 of 4)
2.1:16, 35. 1968 Campaign, Contributions
2.1:16, 36. 1968 Campaign, Claypool
2.1:16, 37. 1968 Campaign, Dollars for Underwood
2.1:16, 38. 1968 Campaign, Bank Statements, Underwood for Governor Committee
2.1:16, 39. 1968 Campaign, Check Stubs, Underwood for Governor
2.1:16, 40. 1968 Campaign, Ledger, Claypool Fund, Underwood for Governor Committee
2.1:16, 41. 1968 Campaign, Ledger, Cecil H. Underwood, Personal
2.1:16, 42. 1968 Campaign, Financial
2.1:16, 43. 1968 Campaign, Pre-Primary Financial Statements
2.1:16, 44. 1968 Campaign, Post-Primary Financial Statements
2.1:16, 45. 1968 Campaign, Kelly Girl Statements

Box 69
2.1:17, 1. 1968 Campaign, Cecil Underwood, Announcement of Candidacy
2.1:17, 2. 1968 Campaign, Advertising
2.1:17, 3. 1968 Campaign, Airplane Information
2.1:17, 4. 1968 Campaign, Bobbitt, Dr. John
2.1:17, 5. 1968 Campaign, Cabell County Headquarters Grand Opening
2.1:17, 6. 1968 Campaign, Campaign Contributions, Thank Yous
2.1:17, 7. 1968 Campaign, Campaign Contributions, Thank Yous
2.1:17, 8. 1968 Campaign, Candidates List
2.1:17, 9. 1968 Campaign, Conflict of Interest Telecast, April 22, 1968
2.1:17, 10. 1968 Campaign, Election Calendar, Primary and General
2.1:17, 11. 1968 Campaign, Ford, Gerald
2.1:17, 12. 1968 Campaign, Form Letters
2.1:17, 13. 1968 Campaign, Holden Mine Disaster
2.1:17, 14. 1968 Campaign, Invitations, March 1968
2.1:17, 15. 1968 Campaign, Invitations, April 1968 (1 of 2)
2.1:17, 16. 1968 Campaign, Invitations, April 1968 (2 of 2)
2.1:17, 17. 1968 Campaign, Invitations, May 1968
2.1:17, 18. 1968 Campaign, Invitations, Past
2.1:17, 19. 1968 Campaign, Carl Mabley (1 of 3)
2.1:17, 20. 1968 Campaign, Carl Mabley (2 of 3)
2.1:17, 21. 1968 Campaign, Carl Mabley (3 of 3)
2.1:17, 22. 1968 Campaign, Brochure, Go with a Proven Winner
2.1:17, 23. 1968 Campaign, Barbour-Hampshire
2.1:17, 24. 1968 Campaign, Hancock-Logan
2.1:17, 25. 1968 Campaign, McDowell-Pocahontas
2.1:17, 26. 1968 Campaign, Preston-Out of State

Box 70
2.1:18, 1. 1968 Campaign, County Republican Committee Leaders
2.1:18, 2. 1968 Campaign, Mercer County, Bluefield Precinct Republicans
2.1:18, 3. 1968 Campaign, Policy Statement
2.1:18, 4. 1968 Campaign, Progress Report/Volunteers for Underwood
2.1:18, 5. 1968 Campaign, Publicity
2.1:18, 6. 1968 Campaign, Radio and Print Publicity Rates
2.1:18, 7. 1968 Campaign, Cecil Underwood Schedule
2.1:18, 8. 1968 Campaign, Speech Notes
2.1:18, 9. 1968 Campaign, Speeches/Excerpts
2.1:18, 10. 1968 Campaign, “Tabulations and Results by Precinct…for May 14, 1968, Primary Election, Cabell County, West Virginia”
2.1:18, 11. 1968 Campaign, Volunteer Lists by County
2.1:18, 12. 1968 Campaign, Bluefield Voter Survey Lists
2.1:18, 13. 1968 Campaign, Miscellaneous Voter Survey Lists
2.1:18, 14. 1968 Campaign, Underwood for Governor Lists
2.1:18, 15. 1968 Campaign, Miscellaneous
2.1:18, 16. 1968 Campaign, Cecil Underwood, Handwritten Notes
2.1:18, 17. 1968 Campaign, Certified Returns, Ohio County
2.1:18, 18. 1968 Campaign, Program, Huntington-Cabell Women’s Republican Club Recognition Lunch, May 3, 1968
2.1:18, 19. 1968 Campaign, Arch A. Moore, Materials
2.1:18, 20. 1968 Campaign, Arch A. Moore, Clippings
2.1:18, 21. 1968 Campaign, Arch A. Moore, Statements
2.1:18, 22. 1968 Campaign, Primary (Arch Moore)
2.1:18, 23. 1968 Campaign, Governor Moore/Governor Barron Episode, 1968
2.1:18, 24. Inauguration Program, Arch A. Moore, 1969
2.1:18, 25. “Arch A. Moore: Man on the Move,” by Larry A. Sayre, Master’s Thesis, West Virginia University, September 1966 (photocopy)
2.1:18, 26. 1968 Campaign, Brochure, Jay Rockefeller
2.1:18, 27. House Bill 1134, Business and Occupation Tax, 1967
2.1:18, 28. 1968 Campaign, Secretary of State, John Callebs vs. Jay Rockefeller
2.1:18, 29. 1968 Campaign, Secretary of State, John Callebs
2.1:18, 30. 1968 Campaign, Letter of Support for John S. Callebs
2.1:18, 31. 1968 Campaign, Sprouse for Governor, Position Papers
2.1:18, 32. 1968 Campaign, Edward T. White, Agriculture
2.1:18, 33. 1968 Campaign, Political Cards, Miscellaneous Candidates, A-F
2.1:18, 34. 1968 Campaign, Political Cards, Miscellaneous Candidates, G-M
2.1:18, 35. 1968 Campaign, Political Cards, Miscellaneous Candidates, N-W
2.1:18, 36. 1968 Campaign, Miscellaneous Races
2.1:18, 37. 1968 Campaign, Republican Nominees
2.1:18, 38. 1968 Campaign, Republican
2.1:18, 39. Testimonials, 1968
2.1:18, 40. United Mine Workers
2.1:18, 41. Kanawha Valley Leader, April 1968
2.1:18, 42. The West Virginia Municipality, April 1968
2.1:18, 43. West Virginians for Better Roads, 1968
2.1:18, 44. 1972 Campaign, Delegate at Large, Republican National Convention (1 of 2)
2.1:18, 45. 1972 Campaign, Delegate at Large, Republican National Convention (2 of 2)
2.1:18, 46. 1972 Campaign, Jay Rockefeller for Secretary of State
2.1:18, 47. West Virginia Presidential Campaign, 1972

Box 71
2.1:19, 1. 1976 Campaign, Appointment Calendars
2.1:19, 2. 1976 Campaign, Advertisements
2.1:19, 3. 1976 Campaign, Advertising (1 of 3)
2.1:19, 4. 1976 Campaign, Advertising (2 of 3)
2.1:19, 5. 1976 Campaign, Advertising (3 of 3)
2.1:19, 6. 1976 Campaign, Advertising Copy
2.1:19, 7. 1976 Campaign, Bank Statements, Underwood for Governor Committee, 1977
2.1:19, 8. 1976 Campaign, Bethany College
2.1:19, 9. 1976 Campaign, Biography
2.1:19, 10. 1976 Campaign, Biographical Information, Hovah Underwood
2.1:19, 11. 1976 Campaign, Tom Boyd’s Political Observations
2.1:19, 12. 1976 Campaign, Brochure, Underwood Understands
2.1:19, 13. 1976 Campaign, Bus Tour
2.1:19, 14. 1976 Campaign, Campaign Material, Counties
2.1:19, 15. 1976 Campaign, Candidates, Kanawha County
2.1:19, 16. 1976 Campaign, Candidates Statewide
2.1:19, 17. 1976 Campaign, Certified Election Returns
2.1:19, 18. 1976 Campaign, Charleston City Committee, 1975
2.1:19, 19. 1976 Campaign, Clubs and Organizations
2.1:19, 20. 1976 Campaign, College Campus Organization
2.1:19, 21. 1976 Campaign, Community Information for Charleston
2.1:19, 22. 1976 Campaign, Contributions to Underwood for Governor Committee
2.1:19, 23. 1976 Campaign, Contributors
2.1:19, 24. 1976 Campaign, Convention
2.1:19, 25. 1976 Campaign, Davis Dam Project
2.1:19, 26. 1976 Campaign, Democrats for Underwood
2.1:19, 27. 1976 Campaign, Donors by County
2.1:19, 28. 1976 Campaign, Donors/Prospective Volunteers
2.1:19, 29. 1976 Campaign, Election Results
2.1:19, 30. 1976 Campaign, Election Results, Hancock County
2.1:19, 31. 1976 Campaign, Engagements
2.1:19, 32. 1976 Campaign, Financial Records
2.1:19, 33. 1976 Campaign, Financial Reports (clippings)
2.1:19, 34. 1976 Campaign, Formula for Victory, 2nd Senatorial District
2.1:19, 35. 1976 Campaign, Fund Raising
2.1:19, 36. 1976 Campaign, Gun Control
2.1:19, 37. 1976 Campaign, Hovah Underwood, Hovah’s Heroes Coffees
2.1:19, 38. 1976 Campaign, Hovah’s Heroes (1 of 2)
2.1:19, 39. 1976 Campaign, Hovah’s Heroes (2 of 2)
2.1:19, 40. 1976 Campaign, Coffee Chairmen, Hostesses, Guests (mostly lists from 1964)
2.1:19, 41. 1976 Campaign, Invoices
2.1:19, 42. 1976 Campaign, Kanawha County Executive Committee

Box 72
2.1:20, 1. 1976 Campaign, Lists (names and addresses)
2.1:20, 2. 1976 Campaign, Literature / Form Letters
2.1:20, 3. 1976 Campaign, Literature Mailed
2.1:20, 4. 1976 Campaign, Mailing
2.1:20, 5. 1976 Campaign, Mailing List
2.1:20, 6. 1976 Campaign, Memos
2.1:20, 7. 1976 Campaign, Mingo County
2.1:20, 8. 1976 Campaign, Miscellaneous (1 of 2)
2.1:20, 9. 1976 Campaign, Miscellaneous (2 of 2)
2.1:20, 10. 1976 Campaign, Morgantown event register
2.1:20, 11. 1976 Campaign, Newsletter Forms
2.1:20, 12. 1976 Campaign, Personal
2.1:20, 13. 1976 Campaign, Platform
2.1:20, 14. 1976 Campaign, Press Releases
2.1:20, 15. 1976 Campaign, Primary Election Returns
2.1:20, 16. 1976 Campaign, Program, Lincoln Day Dinners, Sistersville, February 21, 1976
2.1:20, 17. 1976 Campaign, Program, Lewis County Lincoln Day Dinner, Lewis County High School, February 28, 1976
2.1:20, 18. 1976 Campaign, Program, Lincoln Day Dinner, Ravenswood Grade School, March 3, 1976
2.1:20, 19. 1976 Campaign, Program, 1976 Lincoln Bicentennial Dinner, Parkersburg, March 16, 1976
2.1:20, 20. 1976 Campaign, Program, Preston County Republican Lincoln Day Dinner, Kingwood, March 18, 1976
2.1:20, 21. 1976 Campaign, Program, 17th Annual Education-Funds Luncheon, Daniel Boone Hotel, Charleston, March 20, 1976
2.1:20, 22. 1976 Campaign, Program, Putnam County Lincoln Dinner, Poca High School, April 3, 1976
2.1:20, 23. 1976 Campaign, Program, Berkeley County Republican Lincoln Day Dinner, April 10, 1976
2.1:20, 24. 1976 Campaign, Program, Raleigh County Republican Executive Committee Lincoln Day Dinner, Shady Spring High School, April 24, 1976
2.1:20, 25. 1976 Campaign, Program, Marion County GOP Fundraising Dinner, Fairmont, April 27, 1976
2.1:20, 26. 1976 Campaign, Program, Annual Lincoln Day Dinner, Mineral County, Potomac Motel, April 30, 1976
2.1:20, 27. 1976 Campaign, Program, Annual Brooke County Republican Dinner, Follansbee, April 30, 1976
2.1:20, 28. 1976 Campaign, Program, North-South All Star Football Classic, Charleston, July 3, 1976
2.1:20, 29. 1976 Campaign, Program, Salem Bicentennial Commissioner July 4th Celebration, 1976
2.1:20, 30. 1976 Campaign, Program, 75th Annual Pinch Reunion, August 6-8, 1976
2.1:20, 31. 1976 Campaign, Program, West Virginia Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting, The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, September 1-4, 1976
2.1:20, 32. 1976 Campaign, Program, Labor Day Celebration, Whitesville, September 6, 1976
2.1:20, 33. 1976 Campaign, Program, Eighth Annual West Virginia Oil and Gas Festival, Sistersville, September 16-19, 1976
2.1:20, 34. 1976 Campaign, Program, Republican Campaign Dinner, Potomac Motel, September 25, 1976
2.1:20, 35. 1976 Campaign, Program, Putnam County Republican Club and Republican Executive Committee Dinner, Poca High School, October 12, 1976
2.1:20, 36. 1976 Campaign, Program, Upshur County Republican Executive Committee Dinner, Buckhannon-Upshur High School, October 16, 1976
2.1:20, 37. 1976 Campaign, Program, 3rd Annual Boss and Guest Night, Wheeling Business and Professional Women’s Club, October 21, 1976
2.1:20, 38. 1976 Campaign, Program Suggestions (1 of 2)
2.1:20, 39. 1976 Campaign, Program Suggestions (2 of 2)
2.1:20, 40. 1976 Campaign, Receipts (1 of 2)
2.1:20, 41. 1976 Campaign, Receipts (2 of 2)
2.1:20, 42. 1976 Campaign, Receipts and Expenditures, February-September 1976
2.1:20, 43. 1976 Campaign, Receipts and Expenditures, Before the Primary
2.1:20, 44. 1976 Campaign, Receipts and Expenditures, Before the Election
2.1:20, 45. 1976 Campaign, Receipts and Expenditures, After the Election
2.1:20, 46. 1976 Campaign, Republican State Executive Committee Memos
2.1:20, 47. 1976 Campaign, Requests
2.1:20, 48. 1976 Campaign, Research for Union Carbide Speech, July 13, 1976
2.1:20, 49. 1976 Campaign, Salute to the Governors Dinners
2.1:20, 50. 1976 Campaign, Schedules
2.1:20, 51. 1976 Campaign, Speech
2.1:20, 52. 1976 Campaign, Speech, Cross Lanes, October 29, 1976
2.1:20, 53. 1976 Campaign, Speech Notes, Tri-State Chapter, National Management Association, Huntington, February 10, 1976
2.1:20, 54. 1976 Campaign, Speech Notes, 1975-1976
2.1:20, 55. 1976 Campaign, Telephone Notes
2.1:20, 56. 1976 Campaign, Volunteers
2.1:20, 57. 1976 Campaign, Western Union Communications Proposal

Box 73
2.1:21, 1. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, A
2.1:21, 2. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, B
2.1:21, 3. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, C
2.1:21, 4. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, D-E
2.1:21, 5. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, F
2.1:21, 6. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, G
2.1:21, 7. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, H
2.1:21, 8. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, I-J
2.1:21, 9. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, K-L
2.1:21, 10. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, M
2.1:21, 11. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, N-R
2.1:21, 12. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, S
2.1:21, 13. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, T-V
2.1:21, 14. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, W-Y
2.1:21, 15. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Miscellaneous
2.1:21, 16. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence Answered by Phone
2.1:21, 17. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Frank Haas/Craig Underwood
2.1:21, 18. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence List
2.1:21, 19. Christmas Notes and Cards with Notes, 1976
2.1:21, 20. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Barbour County
2.1:21, 21. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Berkeley County
2.1:21, 22. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Boone County
2.1:21, 23. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Braxton County
2.1:21, 24. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Brooke County
2.1:21, 25. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Cabell County
2.1:21, 26. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Calhoun County
2.1:21, 27. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Clay County
2.1:21, 28. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Doddridge County
2.1:21, 29. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Fayette County
2.1:21, 30. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Gilmer County
2.1:21, 31. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Grant County
2.1:21, 32. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Greenbrier County
2.1:21, 33. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Hampshire County
2.1:21, 34. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Hancock County
2.1:21, 35. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Hardy County
2.1:21, 36. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Harrison County
2.1:21, 37. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Jackson County
2.1:21, 38. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Jefferson County
2.1:21, 39. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Kanawha County (1 of 2)
2.1:21, 40. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Kanawha County (2 of 2)
2.1:21, 41. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Lewis County
2.1:21, 42. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Lincoln County
2.1:21, 43. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Logan County
2.1:21, 44. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Marion County
2.1:21, 45. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Marshall County
2.1:21, 46. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Mason County
2.1:21, 47. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, McDowell County
2.1:21, 48. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Mercer County
2.1:21, 49. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Mineral County
2.1:21, 50. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Mingo County
2.1:21, 51. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Monongalia County
2.1:21, 52. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Monroe County
2.1:21, 53. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Nicholas County

Box 74
2.1:22, 1. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Ohio County
2.1:22, 2. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Pendleton County
2.1:22, 3. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Pleasants County
2.1:22, 4. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Pocahontas County
2.1:22, 5. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Preston County
2.1:22, 6. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Putnam County
2.1:22, 7. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Raleigh County
2.1:22, 8. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Randolph County
2.1:22, 9. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Ritchie County
2.1:22, 10. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Roane County
2.1:22, 11. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Summers County
2.1:22, 12. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Taylor County
2.1:22, 13. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Tucker County
2.1:22, 14. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Tyler County
2.1:22, 15. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Upshur County
2.1:22, 16. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Wayne County
2.1:22, 17. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Webster County
2.1:22, 18. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Wetzel County
2.1:22, 19. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Wirt County
2.1:22, 20. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Wood County
2.1:22, 21. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Wyoming County
2.1:22, 22. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Out of State (1 of 2)
2.1:22, 23. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Out of State (2 of 2)
2.1:22, 24. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Contributions, A
2.1:22, 25. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Contributions, B
2.1:22, 26. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Contributions, C
2.1:22, 27. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Contributions, D
2.1:22, 28. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Contributions, E
2.1:22, 29. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Contributions, F
2.1:22, 30. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Contributions, G
2.1:22, 31. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Contributions, H
2.1:22, 32. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Contributions, I-J
2.1:22, 33. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Contributions, K
2.1:22, 34. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Contributions, L
2.1:22, 35. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Contributions, M
2.1:22, 36. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Contributions, Mc
2.1:22, 37. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Contributions, N-O
2.1:22, 38. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Contributions, P
2.1:22, 39. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Contributions, Q-R
2.1:22, 40. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Contributions, S
2.1:22, 41. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Contributions, T-V
2.1:22, 42. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Contributions, W
2.1:22, 43. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Contributions, Y-Z
2.1:22, 44. 1976 Campaign, Correspondence, Contributions, Miscellaneous
2.1:22, 45. 1976 Campaign, Donor Cards

Box 75
2.1:23, 1. 1976 Campaign, Jay Rockefeller
2.1:23, 2. 1976 Campaign, Brochures, Jay Rockefeller
2.1:23, 3. 1976 Campaign, Clippings, Jay Rockefeller, 1959-1971 (1 of 2)
2.1:23, 4. 1976 Campaign, Clippings, Jay Rockefeller, 1959-1971 (2 of 2)
2.1:23, 5. 1976 Campaign, Clippings, Jay Rockefeller, 1971-1972
2.1:23, 6. 1976 Campaign, Jay Rockefeller, Clippings, 1964-1972
2.1:23, 7. 1976 Campaign, Jay Rockefeller, Clippings, 1973-1974
2.1:23, 8. 1976 Campaign, Clippings, Jay Rockefeller, 1974-1975
2.1:23, 9. 1976 Campaign, Jay Rockefeller, Clippings, 1976
2.1:23, 10. 1976 Campaign, Clippings, Jay Rockefeller, March 1976-August 1976
2.1:23, 11. 1976 Campaign, Clippings, Jay Rockefeller, September 1976-November 1976
2.1:23, 12. 1976 Campaign, Anti-Rockefeller Speech, Undated
2.1:23, 13. Correspondence, Jay Rockefeller, 1971-1972
2.1:23, 14. Jay Rockefeller, Radio Transcripts, 1972
2.1:23, 15. Jay Rockefeller Talks With Students
2.1:23, 16. The Rockefeller Foundation, The President’s Review and Annual Report, Financial Information, 1974
2.1:23, 17. Harley Staggers
2.1:23, 18. 1972 Campaign, Brochure, Arch Moore for Governor
2.1:23, 19. Clippings, Cecil Underwood, Bethany College, 1973-1974
2.1:23, 20. 1976 Campaign, Clippings, Cecil Underwood, 1973-1976
2.1:23, 21. Voting Statistics, 1964, 1968
2.1:23, 22. 1972 Campaign, County Vote Analysis
2.1:23, 23. County Profile Forms
2.1:23, 24. 1976 Campaign, West Virginia State Republican Convention, Charleston, August 6-7, 1976
2.1:23, 25. State and County Republican Executive Committee, Membership, 1976
2.1:23, 26. Republican State Finance Committee
2.1:23, 27. Republican State Executive Committee, By-Laws
2.1:23, 28. 1976 Republican National Convention, Delegate Correspondence
2.1:23, 29. 1976 Republican National Convention, Delegate Materials
2.1:23, 30. 1976 Republican National Convention, Printed Materials
2.1:23, 31. 1976 Republican National Convention, Reagan Campaign Schedule

Box 76
2.1:24, 1. 1996 Campaign, Campaign Promises, circa 1997
2.1:24, 2. 1996 Campaign, Contacts, State Officeholders, Board Members (1 of 2)
2.1:24, 3. 1996 Campaign, Contacts, State Officeholders, Board Members (2 of 2)
2.1:24, 4. 1996 Campaign, Daily Activity Summary, September 15-21, 1996
2.1:24, 5. 1996 Campaign, Fall Victory Plan, Planning Session Materials, May 1996
2.1:24, 6. 1996 Campaign, Financial Statement, Second Period
2.1:24, 7. 1996 Campaign, Primary, Miscellaneous (1 of 2)
2.1:24, 8. 1996 Campaign, Primary, Miscellaneous (2 of 2)
2.1:24, 9. 1996 Campaign, Statewide Voter Opinion Survey, Data Tables (Statewide Sample) January 1996
2.1:24, 10. 1996 Campaign, Statewide Voter Opinion Survey, Data Tables (Republican Sample) January 1996
2.1:24, 11. 1996 Campaign, Voter Opinion Survey
2.1:24, 12. 1996 Campaign, Transition Plan
2.1:24, 13. Campaign Blank Checks, Underwood for Governor Committee, Huntington
2.1:24, 14. Campaign Brochure, Conservation Program
2.1:24, 15. Campaign Brochure, Underwood Understands…The Issues
2.1:24, 16. Bumper Stickers, Underwood
2.1:24, 17. Campaign Cards
2.1:24, 18. Campaign Cards, Handmade
2.1:24, 19. Campaign Cards, Various Candidates
2.1:24, 20. Letterhead Paper, Underwood, Republican for Governor, Huntington
2.1:24, 21. Campaign License Plates, Underwood for Governor
2.1:24, 22. Campaign Photo Ad, “Underwood Understands”
2.1:24, 23. Campaign Photo Ad, Underwood for Governor
2.1:24, 24. Script, Campaign Advertisement
2.1:24, 25. Campaign Stickers, Underwood Understands
2.1:24, 26. Homemade Campaign Sticker, “I’d Walk a Mile for Underwood, An Honest Man”
2.1:24, 27. “West Virginia Politics,” undated
2.1:24, 28. Undated transcript of tape recording received from the Charleston Gazette
2.1:24, 29. Mailings (Notes for Announcement)
2.1:24, 30. Questions and Answers, undated
2.1:24, 31. Miscellaneous political, 1954-55

Box 77
2.1:25, 1. Correspondence, Earhart Foundation, 1955-1956
2.1:25, 2. Ballot Study, 1950
2.1:25, 3. Voting Statistics, Presidential Elections, West Virginia, 1920-1952
2.1:25, 4. Voting Statistics, West Virginia Governors, 1920-1952
2.1:25, 5. County Voting Trends, 1920-1952
2.1:25, 6. Voting Statistics, 1956 Campaign
2.1:25, 7. Voting Statistics, Votes Cast for West Virginia Governors and Opponents, 1863-1952
2.1:25, 8. Voting Statistics, Local Offices
2.1:25, 9. Voting Statistics, West Virginia General Election, Percent Republican of Total Votes, 1928-1952
2.1:25, 10. Voting Statistics, Map, West Virginia Population and Economics
2.1:25, 11. Voting Statistics, 1950 Election, Fifth District
2.1:25, 12. Voting Statistics, Political Personalities
2.1:25, 13. Voting Statistics, 1952 General Election Control Sheets
2.1:25, 14. Voting Statistics, Barbour County-Brooke County
2.1:25, 15. Voting Statistics, Cabell County
2.1:25, 16. Voting Statistics, Calhoun County-Grant County
2.1:25, 17. Voting Statistics, Greenbrier County
2.1:25, 18. Voting Statistics, Hancock County-Jackson County
2.1:25, 19. Voting Statistics, Jefferson County-Logan County
2.1:25, 20. Voting Statistics, Marion County-Mercer County
2.1:25, 21. Voting Statistics, Mineral County-Nicholas County
2.1:25, 22. Voting Statistics, Ohio County
2.1:25, 23. Voting Statistics, Pendleton County-Putnam County
2.1:25, 24. Voting Statistics, Raleigh County-Summers County
2.1:25, 25. Voting Statistics, Taylor County-Wyoming County
2.1:25, 26. Voting Statistics, West Virginia
2.1:25, 27. Voting Statistics, Gubernatorial Elections, South of Kanawha
2.1:25, 28. Voting Statistics, West Virginia General Election, Average State Officer Votes, 1928-1952
2.1:25, 29. Official Returns, Primary Election, August 3, 1926
2.1:25, 30. Official Returns, Primary Election, May 10, 1932
2.1:25, 31. Official Returns, Primary Election, August 7, 1934
2.1:25, 32. Official Returns, Primary Election, May 12, 1936
2.1:25, 33. Official Returns, Primary Election, August 2, 1938
2.1:25, 34. Official Returns, Primary Election, August 14, 1940
2.1:25, 35. Official Returns, Primary Election, August 4, 1942
2.1:25, 36. Official Returns, Primary Election, May 9, 1944
2.1:25, 37. Official Returns, General Election, November 7, 1944
2.1:25, 38. Official Returns, Primary Election, August 6, 1946
2.1:25, 39. Official Returns, Primary Election, May 11, 1948
2.1:25, 40. Official Returns, Primary Election, August 1, 1950
2.1:25, 41. Official Returns, General Election, November 7, 1950
2.1:25, 42. Official Returns, Primary Election, May 13, 1952
2.1:25, 43. Election Statistics
2.1:25, 44. 1972 Election
2.1:25, 45. West Virginia Statewide Survey on Prospective Candidates for Senator/Governor, National Republican Senatorial Committee, 1983
2.1:25, 46. West Virginia 1984 State Republican Convention, Charleston, July 27-28
2.1:25, 47. Campaign Materials, Miscellaneous candidates
2.1:25, 48. Fact Sheet, Hubert A. Kelly
2.1:25, 49. Campaign Flyer, Wade H. “Jim” Ballard for Congress, Fifth District
2.1:25, 50. Republican State Headquarters, 1959-60
2.1:25, 51. Measure the Candidates Meeting, 1960
2.1:25, 52. Payment Book, Fredrick Smith, West Virginia Democratic Committee, 1961
Broadside, 1962
2.1:25, 54. Program, West Virginia State Republican Convention, Clarksburg, August 15, 1964

Box 78
2.1:26, 1. “I Wish I’d Said That,” Jack/William, Regarding Hubert Humphrey
2.1:26, 2. 1969 Presidential Inauguration, Richard M. Nixon
2.1:26, 3. 1973 Presidential Inauguration, Richard M. Nixon
2.1:26, 4. Richard M. Nixon/Spiro Agnew
2.1:26, 5. Republican Campaign Management Seminars, 1966
2.1:26, 6. West Virginia Republican Party Activities, 1965, 1968
2.1:26, 7. Republican Activities, 1972
2.1:26, 8. Republican Party, Cabell County, 1968-72
2.1:26, 9. Republican County Committee Chairmen
2.1:26, 10. Republican Party, West Virginia Republican Executive Committee, 1964-73 (1 of 2)
2.1:26, 11. Republican Party, West Virginia Republican Executive Committee, 1964-73 (2 of 2)
2.1:26, 12. Republican Party, West Virginia Republican Executive Committee, “Republican Report,” October 1965
2.1:26, 13. Republican Finance Committee, West Virginia, 1968 (1 of 2)
2.1:26, 14. Republican Finance Committee, West Virginia, 1968 (2 of 2)
2.1:26, 15. Republican Party, A Program for West Virginia, 1965-66
2.1:26, 16. Republican Revival in West Virginia
2.1:26, 17. Republican Party, West Virginia Federation of Women, 1965-72
2.1:26, 18. Republican Party, Young Republicans
2.1:26, 19. WVGOP Young Camp, 1965-66
2.1:26, 20. Republican National Committee, 1961
2.1:26, 21. Republican National Committee, 1962
2.1:26, 22. Republican National Committee, 1963
2.1:26, 23. Republican National Committee, “The Republican,” September 1965
2.1:26, 24. Republican National Committee, 1966-71
2.1:26, 25. Republican State Headquarters, Releases, 1961 (1 of 2)
2.1:26, 26. Republican State Headquarters, Releases, 1961 (2 of 2)
2.1:26, 27. Republican State Headquarters, Releases, 1962 (1 of 2)
2.1:26, 28. Republican State Headquarters, Releases, 1962 (2 of 2)
2.1:26, 29. Republican State Headquarters, Releases, 1963
2.1:26, 30. Republican, Miscellaneous, 1961
2.1:26, 31. Republican, Miscellaneous, 1962
2.1:26, 32. Republican, Miscellaneous, 1963
2.1:26, 33. Republican, Miscellaneous, 1965-66
2.1:26, 34. Republican, Miscellaneous
2.1:26, 35. Republican State Chairman’s Handbook

Box 79
2.1:27, 1. GOP Victory Wheel, 1960
2.1:27, 2. Guest List, Dinner in Honor of Senator Barry Goldwater, Old Angus Restaurant, June 10, 1966
2.1:27, 3. Republican National Convention, 1952, Official Report of Proceedings (book)
2.1:27, 4. Republican National Convention, 1952, Republican Platform
2.1:27, 5. Republican National Convention, 1956, Official Report of Proceedings (book)
2.1:27, 6. Republican National Convention, 1956, Official Program
2.1:27, 7. Republican National Convention, 1960, Official Program
2.1:27, 8. Republican National Convention, 1960, Official Report of Proceedings (book)
2.1:27, 9. Republican National Convention, 1960, Miscellaneous Materials
2.1:27, 10. Republican National Convention, 1964
2.1:27, 11. Republican National Convention, 1972, Official Report of Proceedings (book)
2.1:27, 12. Republican National Convention, 1980
2.1:27, 13. Republican National Convention, 1980 (1 of 2)
2.1:27, 14. Republican National Convention, 1980 (2 of 2)
2.1:27, 15. Republican National Convention, 1980, Official Report of Proceedings (book)
2.1:27, 16. Republican National Convention, 1984, Official Report of Proceedings (book)
2.1:27, 17. Republican National Convention, 1988 (1 of 2)
2.1:27, 18. Republican National Convention, 1988 (2 of 2)
2.1:27, 19. Committee on Commerce, U.S. Senate. 87th Congress, 1st Session. Final Report, Subcommittee of the Subcommittee on Communications, The Joint Appearances of Senator John F. Kennedy and Vice President Richard M. Nixon, Presidential Campaign of 1960 (book)
2.1:27, 20. Decisions for a Better America, by The Republican Committee on Program and Progress, 1960 (book)
2.1:27, 21. The History of the Republican Party, 1854-1956
2.1:27, 22. Republican Report on the 84th Congress, July 27, 1956
2.1:27, 23. Text of John F. Kennedy Speech, Democratic Farm Conference, Des Moines, August 1960
2.1:27, 24. Republican National Committee, The 1962 Elections: A Summary Report with Supporting Tables
2.1:27, 25. Some Highlights of Presidential Politics, September 27, 1963
2.1:27, 26. Republican National Committee, 1976

Series 2, Subseries 2 – Legislative Years

Box 80
2.2:1, 1. Automobile License Numbers Requests
2.2:1, 2. Blue Book Requests
2.2:1, 3. Car Contest Letters, 1955
2.2:1, 4. Child Welfare Legislation, 1953
2.2:1, 5. Clipping Service Business File, 1954-1955
2.2:1, 6. Council of State Governments, Correspondence, 1950-1955
2.2:1, 7. Executive Payrolls
2.2:1, 8. Governor Interest, 1955
2.2:1, 9. Highway Safety Conference and Committee
2.2:1, 10. House of Delegates, Blue Book Lists and Miscellaneous Items, 1945-1946
2.2:1, 11. House of Delegates, Campaign Expenditures, 1945-1946
2.2:1, 12. House of Delegates, Financial Statement, 1953-1955
2.2:1, 13. House of Delegates, 1953
2.2:1, 14. Invitations from Governor Patteson, 1951
2.2:1, 15. Legislative Campaign, Documents, 1954
2.2:1, 16. Legislative Campaign Committee, 1954
2.2:1, 17. Legislative Correspondence, A-E, 1945-1946
2.2:1, 18. Legislative Correspondence, F-M, 1945-1946
2.2:1, 19. Legislative Correspondence, N-Z, 1945-1946
2.2:1, 20. Legislative Correspondence, A-G, 1947
2.2:1, 21. Legislative Correspondence, H-R, 1947
2.2:1, 22. Legislative Correspondence, S-Z, 1947
2.2:1, 23. Legislative Correspondence, A-F, 1949-1950
2.2:1, 24. Legislative Correspondence, G-M, 1949-1950
2.2:1, 25. Legislative Correspondence, N-Z, 1949-1950
2.2:1, 26. Legislative Correspondence, A-E, 1951
2.2:1, 27. Legislative Correspondence, F-J, 1951
2.2:1, 28. Legislative Correspondence, K-N, 1951
2.2:1, 29. Legislative Correspondence, O-S, 1951
2.2:1, 30. Legislative Correspondence, T-Z, Miscellaneous, 1951
2.2:1, 31. Legislative Correspondence, A-Z, 1952

Box 81
2.2:2, 1. Legislative Correspondence, A-D, 1953
2.2:2, 2. Legislative Correspondence, E-H, 1953
2.2:2, 3. Legislative Correspondence, I-O, 1953
2.2:2, 4. Legislative Correspondence, P-R, 1953
2.2:2, 5. Legislative Correspondence, S, 1953
2.2:2, 6. Legislative Correspondence, T-Z, Miscellaneous, 1953
2.2:2, 7. Legislative Correspondence, A-E, 1954
2.2:2, 8. Legislative Correspondence, F-R, 1954
2.2:2, 9. Legislative Correspondence, S-Z, 1954
2.2:2, 10. Legislative Correspondence, A-H, 1955
2.2:2, 11. Legislative Correspondence, I-R, 1955
2.2:2, 12. Legislative Correspondence, S-Z, 1955
2.2:2, 13. Legislative Correspondence, 1956
2.2:2, 14. “Legislative Process,” Acknowledgements and Correspondence, A-G, 1953
2.2:2, 15. “Legislative Process,” Acknowledgements and Correspondence, H-O, 1953
2.2:2, 16. “Legislative Process,” Acknowledgements and Correspondence, P-Z, 1953
2.2:2, 17. “Legislative Process,” Mailing List, 1953
2.2:2, 18. Legislature, 1951
2.2:2, 19. Linde Air Products Company, Correspondence, 1954-1955
2.2:2, 20. Little Kanawha Regional Council, 1951
2.2:2, 21. Methodist Men’s Club
2.2:2, 22. Miscellaneous Legislative Correspondence
2.2:2, 23. National Association of Legislative Service Agencies
2.2:2, 24. News Releases, Republican Minority, 51st Legislature, 1953

Box 82
2.2:3, 1. Parole Conference
2.2:3, 2. Parole Study, 1952
2.2:3, 3. Prison Scandal in West Virginia, 1952
2.2:3, 4. Patronage
2.2:3, 5. Transcript of Evidence Adduced and Proceedings Had in a Public Investigative Hearing By and Before the Penitentiary Committee of the House of Delegates of the State of West Virginia, Held on February 2nd and 3rd, 1945, at the West Virginia Medium Security Prison in Randolph County, West Virginia, to Investigate and Inquire into the Manner and Methods of Administration of the Affairs of Said Medium Security Prison
2.2:3, 6. Transcript of Proceedings before the Joint Senate and House Committee of the Penitentiary in the Matter of West Virginia Penitentiary, February 9, 1945
2.2:3, 7. Personal, Cecil Underwood
2.2:3, 8. Personal Correspondence, Hovah Underwood
2.2:3, 9. Political Documents, 1952
2.2:3, 10. Political Documents, 1954
2.2:3, 11. Political Files, Miscellaneous (1 of 2)
2.2:3, 12. Political Files, Miscellaneous (2 of 2)
2.2:3, 13. Project Adequate Roads (PAR) Committee
2.2:3, 14. Statement on Public Assistance Grant cuts, April 1, 1950
2.2:3, 16. Public Assistance/Grants-in Aid, 1954 Reports
2.2:3, 17. Public Speeches, 1939-1946
2.2:3, 18. Public Speeches, 1947
2.2:3, 19. Public Speeches, 1948
2.2:3, 20. Public Speeches, 1950
2.2:3, 21. Public Speeches, 1951
2.2:3, 22. Public Speeches, 1952
2.2:3, 23. Public Speeches, 1953
2.2:3, 24. Public Speeches, 1954
2.2:3, 25. Public Speeches, 1955
2.2:3, 26. Public Speeches, 1956
2.2:3, 27. Republican National Committee, 1950
2.2:3, 28. Republican State Executive Committee of West Virginia, Advisory Committee, Correspondence, 1951
2.2:3, 29. Republican State Executive Committee of West Virginia, Correspondence and Press Releases, 1953-1954
2.2:3, 30. 1951 Republican Yearbook
2.2:3, 31. Speaking engagements, 1946-52
2.2:3, 32. State Road Commission, Reports
2.2:3, 33. Survey of Industrial Development, Report to State of West Virginia, July 29, 1955

Box 83
2.2:4, 1. Tyler County Good Roads Committee, Clippings, 1945-1946
2.2:4, 2. Tyler County Good Roads Committee, Correspondence, 1945-1946
2.2:4, 3. Tyler County Good Roads Committee, Expenditure Reports
2.2:4, 4. Tyler County Good Roads Committee, Maps
2.2:4, 5. Tyler County Good Roads Committee, Minutes, 1946
2.2:4, 6. West Virginia Commission on Interstate Cooperation, Proposed Fiscal Reorganization for West Virginia, 1956
2.2:4, 7. West Virginia Commission on Interstate Cooperation
2.2:4, 8. Young Republicans, Correspondence, 1944-1945
2.2:4, 9. Young Republicans, Correspondence, A-B, 1946-1948
2.2:4, 10. Young Republicans, Correspondence, C-G, 1946-1948
2.2:4, 11. Young Republicans, Correspondence, H-L, 1946-1948
2.2:4, 12. Young Republicans, Correspondence, M-O, 1946-1948
2.2:4, 13. Young Republicans, Correspondence, P-R, 1946-1948
2.2:4, 14. Young Republicans, Correspondence, S-T, 1946-1948
2.2:4, 15. Young Republicans, Correspondence, U-Z, 1946-1948
2.2:4, 16. Young Republicans, Correspondence, A-Z, 1950-1955
2.2:4, 17. Young Republicans, Miscellaneous Correspondence and Documents
2.2:4, 18. Young Republicans Convention, Correspondence, Bluefield, June 4-5, 1948
2.2:4, 19. Young Republicans Convention, Program Notes, Bluefield, June 4-5, 1948
2.2:4, 20. Young Republicans, Application for Affiliation (by regional or county clubs)
2.2:4, 21. Young Republicans, County Membership Rosters
2.2:4, 22. Young Republicans, Executive Committee, Biographies
2.2:4, 23. Young Republicans, Executive Committee Meeting Minutes, 1946-1950
2.2:4, 24. Young Republicans, Tyler County, Minutes, 1938-1946
2.2:4, 25. Appointment Book, 1950
2.2:4, 26. Appointment Book, 1953
2.2:4, 27. Appointment Book, 1954
2.2:4, 28. Appointment Book, 1955
2.2:4, 29. Appointment Book, 1956

Box 84 (2.2:5)
Scrapbook, Political, 1944
Scrapbook, 1951 Young Republican National Federation Convention, Boston
Scrapbook, Newspaper Clippings, 1954-56

Box 85 (2.2:6)
The Book of the States, 1945-46
The Book of the States, Supplement 1947
The Book of the States, 1948-49
The Book of the States, Supplement I, January 1949
The Book of the States, 1950-51
The Book of the States, 1952-53
The Book of the States, 1954-55
The Book of the States, 1956-57

Series 2, Subseries 3 – Correspondence

Box 86
2.3:1, 1. A, Correspondence, 1961
2.3:1, 2. A, Correspondence, 1962
2.3:1, 3. A, Correspondence, 1963
2.3:1, 4. A, Correspondence, 1964
2.3:1, 5. A, Correspondence, 1965-66
2.3:1, 6. A, Correspondence, 1967-72
2.3:1, 7. A, Correspondence, 1972-75
2.3:1, 8. B, Correspondence, 1961
2.3:1, 9. B, Correspondence, 1962
2.3:1, 10. B, Correspondence, 1963
2.3:1, 11. B, Correspondence, 1964
2.3:1, 12. B, Correspondence, 1965-66
2.3:1, 13. B, Correspondence, 1967-69
2.3:1, 14. B, Correspondence, 1970-72
2.3:1, 15. B, Correspondence, 1974-75
2.3:1, 16. Banks, 1969-71
2.3:1, 17. Barron, W. W.
2.3:1, 18. Brinkley, David Brinkley Book Accusations against Cecil Underwood, 1996
2.3:1, 19. C, Correspondence, January-June 1961
2.3:1, 20. C, Correspondence, July-December 1961
2.3:1, 21. C, Correspondence, January-June 1962
2.3:1, 22. C, Correspondence, July-December 1962
2.3:1, 23. C, Correspondence, January-June 1963
2.3:1, 24. C, Correspondence, July-December 1963
2.3:1, 25. C, Correspondence, 1964
2.3:1, 26. C, Correspondence, 1965-66
2.3:1, 27. C, Correspondence, 1967-69
2.3:1, 28. C, Correspondence, 1970-72
2.3:1, 29. C, Correspondence, 1973-75
2.3:1, 30. Callahan, J. Cal, Correspondence, 1961
2.3:1, 31. Callahan, J. Cal, Correspondence, 1962
2.3:1, 32. Callahan, J. Cal, Correspondence, 1963
2.3:1, 33. Cards and Invitations
2.3:1, 34. Chambers of Commerce
2.3:1, 35. Charleston Daily Mail, Correspondence, 1973-75
2.3:1, 36. Charleston Gazette, Correspondence, 1973-74
2.3:1, 37. Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Company, Correspondence, 1961-1964
2.3:1, 38. Christmas Cards
2.3:1, 39. Christmas Cards with Notes, 1967

Box 87
2.3:2, 1. Corcoran, Howard V., Correspondence, 1961-1963
2.3:2, 2. Correspondence, 1976
2.3:2, 3. Correspondence, 1996
2.3:2, 4. Correspondence, Sending Photographs
2.3:2, 5. Correspondence, Miscellaneous and Undated
2.3:2, 6. Current Review, Correspondence
2.3:2, 7. D, Correspondence, 1961
2.3:2, 8. D, Correspondence, 1962
2.3:2, 9. D, Correspondence, 1963
2.3:2, 10. D, Correspondence, 1965-66
2.3:2, 11. D, Correspondence, 1968-72
2.3:2, 12. D, Correspondence, 1973-75
2.3:2, 13. Democratic National Congressional Committee
2.3:2, 14. E, Correspondence, 1961
2.3:2, 15. E, Correspondence, 1962
2.3:2, 16. E, Correspondence, 1963
2.3:2, 17. E, Correspondence, 1964
2.3:2, 18. E, Correspondence, 1965
2.3:2, 19. E, Correspondence, 1967-75
2.3:2, 20. Effective Citizens Organization, Correspondence, 1961, 1964, 1965
2.3:2, 21. F, Correspondence, 1961
2.3:2, 22. F, Correspondence, 1962
2.3:2, 23. F, Correspondence, 1963
2.3:2, 24. F, Correspondence, 1964
2.3:2, 25. F, Correspondence, 1965-66
2.3:2, 26. F, Correspondence, 1967-72
2.3:2, 27. F, Correspondence, 1973-75
2.3:2, 28. Federal Judgeships, Cecil Underwood Recommendations for, 1990-1991
2.3:2, 29. Future Farmers of America, 1961
2.3:2, 30. Future Farmers of America Alumni Association, 1972-74
2.3:2, 31. Future Farmers of America Alumni Association, Newsletters, 1972-75
2.3:2, 32. G, Correspondence, 1961
2.3:2, 33. G, Correspondence, 1962
2.3:2, 34. G, Correspondence, 1963
2.3:2, 35. G, Correspondence, 1964
2.3:2, 36. G, Correspondence, 1965-66
2.3:2, 37. G, Correspondence, 1967-72
2.3:2, 38. H, Correspondence, January-June 1961
2.3:2, 39. H, Correspondence, July-December 1961

Box 88
2.3:3, 1. H, Correspondence, January-June 1962
2.3:3, 2. H, Correspondence, July-December 1962
2.3:3, 3. H, Correspondence, January-June 1963
2.3:3, 4. H, Correspondence, July-December 1963
2.3:3, 5. H, Correspondence, 1964
2.3:3, 6. H, Correspondence, 1965
2.3:3, 7. H, Correspondence, 1966-69
2.3:3, 8. H, Correspondence, 1970-72
2.3:3, 9. H, Correspondence, 1974-75
2.3:3, 10. Hamilton, J. L., Correspondence, 1961 (Island Creek Coal Company)
2.3:3, 11. Hamilton, J. L., Correspondence, 1962 (Island Creek Coal Company)
2.3:3, 12. Hamilton, J. L., Correspondence, 1963 (Island Creek Coal Company)
2.3:3, 13. Hoblitzell, John D. Jr., Correspondence, 1961-1962
2.3:3, 14. Holt Family
2.3:3, 15. Honchell, F. C., Correspondence, 1961-1963 (Island Creek Coal Company)
2.3:3, 16. I, Correspondence, 1961-64
2.3:3, 17. I, Correspondence, 1965-66
2.3:3, 18. Indiana (Miscellaneous Correspondence), 1974-75
2.3:3, 19. Invitation Acceptance Letters, February-April 1961
2.3:3, 20. Invitation Acceptance Letters, May 1961 (1 of 2)
2.3:3, 21. Invitation Acceptance Letters, May 1961 (2 of 2)
2.3:3, 22. Invitation Acceptance Letters, June 1961
2.3:3, 23. Invitation Acceptance Letters, July and August 1961
2.3:3, 24. Invitation Acceptance Letters, September 1961
2.3:3, 25. Invitation Acceptance Letters, October 1961
2.3:3, 26. Invitation Acceptance Letters, November 1961
2.3:3, 27. Invitation Acceptance Letters, December 1961
2.3:3, 28. Invitation Acceptance Letters, January 1962
2.3:3, 29. Invitation Acceptance Letters, February 1962

Box 89
2.3:4, 1. Invitation Acceptance Letters, March 1962
2.3:4, 2. Invitation Acceptance Letters, April 1962
2.3:4, 3. Invitation Acceptance Letters, May 1962
2.3:4, 4. Invitation Acceptance Letters, June 1962
2.3:4, 5. Invitation Acceptance Letters, July 1962
2.3:4, 6. Invitation Acceptance Letters, August 1962
2.3:4, 7. Invitation Acceptance Letters, September 1962
2.3:4, 8. Invitation Acceptance Letters, October 1962
2.3:4, 9. Invitation Acceptance Letters, November 1962
2.3:4, 10. Invitation Acceptance Letters, December 1962
2.3:4, 11. Invitation Acceptance Letters, January 1963
2.3:4, 12. Invitation Acceptance Letters, February 1963
2.3:4, 13. Invitation Acceptance Letters, March 1963
2.3:4, 14. Invitation Acceptance Letters, April 1963
2.3:4, 15. Invitation Acceptance Letters, May 1963 (1 of 2)
2.3:4, 16. Invitation Acceptance Letters, May 1963 (2 of 2)
2.3:4, 17. Invitation Acceptance Letters, June 1963 (1 of 2)
2.3:4, 18. Invitation Acceptance Letters, June 1963 (2 of 2)
2.3:4, 19. Invitation Acceptance Letters, July 1963
2.3:4, 20. Invitation Acceptance Letters, August 1963
2.3:4, 21. Invitation Acceptance Letters, September 1963
2.3:4, 22. Invitation Acceptance Letters, October 1963
2.3:4, 23. Invitation Acceptance Letters, December 1963
2.3:4, 24. Invitation Acceptance Letters, January 1964
2.3:4, 25. Invitation Acceptance Letters, February 1964
2.3:4, 26. Invitation Regrets, 1963-64
2.3:4, 27. Invitation Cards, 1965
2.3:4, 28. Invitation Letters, 1966, 1970
2.3:4, 29. Invitation Regrets, 1966
2.3:4, 30. Invitation Regrets, 1968
2.3:4, 31. Invitation Acceptance, 1969
2.3:4, 32. Invitation Regrets, 1969
2.3:4, 33. Invitation Acceptance, 1970
2.3:4, 34. Invitation Regrets, 1970
2.3:4, 35. Invitation Regrets, 1972-73
2.3:4, 36. Invitation Regrets, 1974-75
2.3:4, 37. Invitation Cards, undated

Box 90
2.3:5, 1. J, Correspondence, 1961
2.3:5, 2. J, Correspondence, 1962
2.3:5, 3. J, Correspondence, 1963
2.3:5, 4. J, Correspondence, 1964
2.3:5, 5. J, Correspondence, 1965-68
2.3:5, 6. J, Correspondence, 1970-75
2.3:5, 7. K, Correspondence, 1961
2.3:5, 8. K, Correspondence, 1962
2.3:5, 9. K, Correspondence, 1963
2.3:5, 10. K, Correspondence, 1964
2.3:5, 11. K, Correspondence, 1965
2.3:5, 12. K, Correspondence, 1967-74
2.3:5, 13. Knapp, Dennis R.
2.3:5, 14. L, Correspondence, 1961
2.3:5, 15. L, Correspondence, 1962
2.3:5, 16. L, Correspondence, 1963
2.3:5, 17. L, Correspondence, 1964
2.3:5, 18. L, Correspondence, 1965-66
2.3:5, 19. L, Correspondence, 1967-72
2.3:5, 20. L, Correspondence, 1974-75
2.3:5, 21. Laurita, Joseph A. Jr.
2.3:5, 22. Lincoln Day Dinners, 1966-70
2.3:5, 23. Mc, Correspondence, 1961
2.3:5, 24. Mc, Correspondence, 1962
2.3:5, 25. Mc, Correspondence, 1963-64
2.3:5, 26. Mc, Correspondence, 1965-66
2.3:5, 27. Mc, Correspondence, 1967-75
2.3:5, 28. M, Correspondence, January-June 1961
2.3:5, 29. M, Correspondence, July-December 1961
2.3:5, 30. M, Correspondence, January-June 1962
2.3:5, 31. M, Correspondence, July-December 1962
2.3:5, 32. M, Correspondence, 1963
2.3:5, 33. M, Correspondence, 1964
2.3:5, 34. M, Correspondence, 1965-66
2.3:5, 35. M, Correspondence, 1967-69
2.3:5, 36. M, Correspondence, 1971-75
2.3:5, 37. McCartney, James R.
2.3:5, 38. Michigan (Miscellaneous Correspondence), 1974-75
2.3:5, 39. Missouri (Miscellaneous Correspondence), 1974-75
2.3:5, 40. Mountaineer Hall of Fame
2.3:5, 41. My America
2.3:5, 42. N, Correspondence, 1961
2.3:5, 43. N, Correspondence, 1962

Box 91
2.3:6, 1. N, Correspondence, 1963
2.3:6, 2. N, Correspondence, 1964
2.3:6, 3. N, Correspondence, 1965-74
2.3:6, 4. National Association of Attorneys General, June 25-30, 1965
2.3:6, 5. National Legislative Conference, August 11-13, 1965
2.3:6, 6. National Republican Congressional Committee
2.3:6, 7. New York, Correspondence, 1974
2.3:6, 8. Nixon Administration, 1968-71
2.3:6, 9. Nixon, Richard M., 1961-62
2.3:6, 10. Nixon, Richard M., 1972-73
2.3:6, 11. North Carolina, Correspondence, 1973
2.3:6, 12. O, Correspondence, 1961-1964
2.3:6, 13. O, Correspondence, 1965-74
2.3:6, 14. Ohio, Correspondence, 1967, 1972-75
2.3:6, 15. P, Correspondence, 1961
2.3:6, 16. P, Correspondence, 1962
2.3:6, 17. P, Correspondence, 1963
2.3:6, 18. P, Correspondence, 1964
2.3:6, 19. P, Correspondence, 1965-66
2.3:6, 20. P, Correspondence, 1967-72
2.3:6, 21. P, Correspondence, 1973-75
2.3:6, 22. Pennsylvania, Correspondence, 1973-75
2.3:6, 23. Percy, Charles H., 1974
2.3:6, 24. Personnel-Politics, 1961-62
2.3:6, 25. Phillips, Willard Jr., 1973-75
2.3:6, 26. Photo Requests
2.3:6, 27. Pi Kappa Delta, 1963
2.3:6, 28. Portrait (gubernatorial, for Capitol), 1961
2.3:6, 29. Public Affairs Council, 1969-72
2.3:6, 30. Public Affairs Council, 1973-75
2.3:6, 31. Q, Correspondence, 1962, 1964, 1965
2.3:6, 32. R, Correspondence, 1961
2.3:6, 33. R, Correspondence, 1962
2.3:6, 34. R, Correspondence, 1963
2.3:6, 35. R, Correspondence, 1964
2.3:6, 36. R, Correspondence, 1965-66
2.3:6, 37. R, Correspondence, 1967-68
2.3:6, 38. R, Correspondence, 1971-74
2.3:6, 39. Republican, Arts and Sciences Committee
2.3:6, 40. Republican, Correspondence, 1961
2.3:6, 41. Republican, Correspondence, 1962
2.3:6, 42. Republican, Correspondence, 1963
2.3:6, 43. Rockefeller, Nelson

Box 92
2.3:7, 1. S, Correspondence, January-March 1961
2.3:7, 2. S, Correspondence, April-June 1961
2.3:7, 3. S, Correspondence, July-September 1961
2.3:7, 4. S, Correspondence, October-December 1961
2.3:7, 5. S, Correspondence, January-March 1962
2.3:7, 6. S, Correspondence, April-June 1962
2.3:7, 7. S, Correspondence, July-September 1962
2.3:7, 8. S, Correspondence, October-December 1962
2.3:7, 9. S, Correspondence, January-March 1963
2.3:7, 10. S, Correspondence, April-June 1963
2.3:7, 11. S, Correspondence, July-September 1963
2.3:7, 12. S, Correspondence, October-December 1963
2.3:7, 13. S, Correspondence, 1964
2.3:7, 14. S, Correspondence, 1965-66
2.3:7, 15. S, Correspondence, 1967-70
2.3:7, 16. S, Correspondence, 1971-72
2.3:7, 17. S, Correspondence, 1974-75
2.3:7, 18. Salvatori, Henry
2.3:7, 19. Smith, Hulett C., 1967-74
2.3:7, 20. South Carolina, Correspondence, 1973
2.3:7, 21. Speaking Engagements, Regrets, January-April 1961
2.3:7, 22. Speaking Engagements, Regrets, May-August 1961
2.3:7, 23. Speaking Engagements, Regrets, September-December 1961
2.3:7, 24. Speaking Engagements, Regrets, January-March 1962
2.3:7, 25. Speaking Engagements, Regrets, April-June 1962
2.3:7, 26. Speaking Engagements, Regrets, July-September 1962
2.3:7, 27. Speaking Engagements, Regrets, October 1962
2.3:7, 28. Speaking Engagements, Regrets, November-December 1962
2.3:7, 29. Speaking Engagements, Regrets, January-March 1963
2.3:7, 30. Speaking Engagements, Regrets, April-June 1963

Box 93
2.3:8, 1. Speaking Engagements, Regrets, July-September 1963
2.3:8, 2. Speaking Engagements, Regrets, October-November 15, 1963
2.3:8, 3. Speaking Engagements, Regrets, November16, 1963-December 1963
2.3:8, 4. Speaking Engagements, 1965-68
2.3:8, 5. Speaking Engagements, 1969
2.3:8, 6. Speaking Engagements, 1970
2.3:8, 7. T, Correspondence, 1961
2.3:8, 8. T, Correspondence, 1962
2.3:8, 9. T, Correspondence, 1963-64
2.3:8, 10. T, Correspondence, 1965-71
2.3:8, 11. T, Correspondence, 1973-75
2.3:8, 12. Telegrams Received, 1967-68
2.3:8, 13. Telegrams Sent, 1968
2.3:8, 14. Telephone Message Book, December 1966-November 1967
2.3:8, 15. Telephone Message Book, December 1966-January 1968
2.3:8, 16. Telephone Message Book, 1967-1968
2.3:8, 17. Telephone Message Book, November 1967-February 8, 1968
2.3:8, 18. Telephone Message Book, January 28, 1968-February 28, 1968
2.3:8, 19. Telephone Message Book, February 28, 1968-March 28, 1968
2.3:8, 20. Telephone Message Book, April 1968-May 1968
2.3:8, 21. Telephone Message Book, April 17, 1968-May 6, 1968
2.3:8, 22. Telephone Message Book, May 1968-June 1968
2.3:8, 23. Telephone Message Book, May 7, 1968-July 3, 1968
2.3:8, 24. Texas, Correspondence, 1975
2.3:8, 25. “To Tell the Truth,” 1956, 1991
2.3:8, 26. Trips, Different Cities, 1961-63
2.3:8, 27. U, Correspondence, 1961
2.3:8, 28. U, Correspondence, 1962
2.3:8, 29. U, Correspondence, 1963
2.3:8, 30. U, Correspondence, 1965, 1966, 1972
2.3:8, 31. Underwood, Cecil H., 1961
2.3:8, 32. Underwood, Cecil H., 1962
2.3:8, 33. Underwood, Cecil H., 1963
2.3:8, 34. Underwood, Cecil H. Contacts for Job Openings, 1975
2.3:8, 35. Underwood, Cecil H., Running File, Correspondence Sent, August 1971-December 1971
2.3:8, 36. Underwood, Cecil H., Running File, Correspondence Sent, January 1972-March 1972
2.3:8, 37. Underwood, Cecil H., Running File, Correspondence Sent, April 1972-May 1972
2.3:8, 38. Underwood, Cecil H., Running File, Correspondence Sent, June 1972-July 1972
2.3:8, 39. Underwood, Cecil H., Personal, 1973-75

Box 94
2.3:9, 1. Underwood, Cecil H. Presidency of Franklin College, Indianapolis
2.3:9, 2. Underwood, Cecil H. and Hovah, Personal Correspondence
2.3:9, 3. Underwood, Hovah, Letters Received
2.3:9, 4. United States Department of Justice, 1971-72
2.3:9, 5. V, Correspondence, 1961
2.3:9, 6. V, Correspondence, 1962
2.3:9, 7. V, Correspondence, 1963
2.3:9, 8. V, Correspondence, 1964
2.3:9, 9. V, Correspondence, 1965, 1968-74
2.3:9, 10. Van Camp, Don, Retirement Dinner
2.3:9, 11. Virginia, Correspondence, 1975
2.3:9, 12. W, Correspondence, January-March 1961
2.3:9, 13. W, Correspondence, April-June 1961
2.3:9, 14. W, Correspondence, July-September 1961
2.3:9, 15. W, Correspondence, October-December 1961
2.3:9, 16. W, Correspondence, January-March 1962
2.3:9, 17. W, Correspondence, April-June 1962
2.3:9, 18. W, Correspondence, July-September 1962
2.3:9, 19. W, Correspondence, October-December 1962
2.3:9, 20. W, Correspondence, January-March 1963
2.3:9, 21. W, Correspondence, April-June 1963
2.3:9, 22. W, Correspondence, July-September 1963
2.3:9, 23. W, Correspondence, October-December 1963
2.3:9, 24. W, Correspondence, 1964 and Miscellaneous
2.3:9, 25. W, Correspondence, 1965-66
2.3:9, 26. W, Correspondence, 1967-69
2.3:9, 27. W, Correspondence, 1971-75
2.3:9, 28. Washington, D. C., Correspondence, 1973
2.3:9, 29. West Virginia Citizens for Judicial Reorganization
2.3:9, 30. West Virginia Coal Association
2.3:9, 31. West Virginia Correspondence, A-D, 1972-73
2.3:9, 32. West Virginia Correspondence, E-M, 1972-73
2.3:9, 33. West Virginia Correspondence, N-Z, 1972-73
2.3:9, 34. West Virginia Hillbilly
2.3:9, 35. West Virginia Industrial Development, 1956
2.3:9, 36. West Virginia News Digest, Correspondence, 1961-62
2.3:9, 37. West Virginia Oil and Gas Association, 1972-75
2.3:9, 38. Y, Correspondence, 1961-1963
2.3:9, 39. Z, Correspondence, 1961-1963
2.3:9, 40. Y-Z, Correspondence, 1965-69

Series 2, Subseries 4 - Professional Activities

Box 95
2.4:1, 1. Bethany College, Correspondence, Hiram Lester, Advanced Institutional Development Program
2.4:1, 2. Bethany College, Correspondence, Board of Trustees
2.4:1, 3. Bethany College, Correspondence, Board of Trustees, Ad Hoc Committee
2.4:1, 4. Bethany College, Correspondence, Boy Scouts
2.4:1, 5. Bethany College, Correspondence, Call for Special Meeting, August 16, 1975
2.4:1, 6. Bethany College, Correspondence, Faculty Committees
2.4:1, 7. Bethany College, Correspondence, Faculty-Staff Petition, July 1975
2.4:1, 8. Bethany College, Correspondence, Kenneth Freeman
2.4:1, 9. Bethany College, Correspondence, Perry Gresham
2.4:1, 10. Bethany College, Correspondence, Jay Gordon Hall
2.4:1, 11. Bethany College, Correspondence, Rodney Hurl
2.4:1, 12. Bethany College, Correspondence, Michael Kasarda
2.4:1, 13. Bethany College, Correspondence, Letters of Support
2.4:1, 14. Bethany College, Correspondence, National Center for Responsible Enterprise
2.4:1, 15. Bethany College, Correspondence, National Management Association
2.4:1, 16. Bethany College, Correspondence, Bill Neely
2.4:1, 17. Bethany College, Correspondence, Ronald Reagan
2.4:1, 18. Bethany College, Correspondence, Dr. Terry Sanford, Duke University
2.4:1, 19. Bethany College, Correspondence, Cecil Underwood
2.4:1, 20. Bethany College, Correspondence, Cecil Underwood, Resignation
2.4:1, 21. Bethany College, Correspondence, Cecil Underwood, Resignation and Employment Search
2.4:1, 22. Bethany College, Correspondence, Regarding Events Leading to Resignation of Cecil Underwood
2.4:1, 23. Bethany College, Regarding Events Leading to Resignation of Cecil Underwood
2.4:1, 24. Bethany College, Correspondence, Wheeling Association of Credit Managers
2.4:1, 25. Bethany College, Correspondence, Weirton Chamber of Commerce
2.4:1, 26. Bethany College, Alumni Awards Banquet, May 18, 1974
2.4:1, 27. Bethany College, Alumni Council
2.4:1, 28. Bethany College, Alumni Institute, 1967-68
2.4:1, 29. Bethany College, Alumni, Pittsburgh Club
2.4:1, 30. Bethany College, Alumni, San Antonio, Texas
2.4:1, 31. Bethany College, Alumni Club, Wheeling
2.4:1, 32. Bethany College, Alumni Meetings, Speeches
2.4:1, 33. Bethany College, The Bethany News Newsletter, May 31, 1972
2.4:1, 34. Bethany College, Board Meetings
2.4:1, 35. Bethany College, Budget
2.4:1, 36. Bethany College, Budget, 1975
2.4:1, 37. Bethany College, “The Campbell Light,” May 1972
2.4:1, 38. Bethany College, Charter and By-Laws, 1956
2.4:1, 39. Bethany College, Christmas Cards, by Underwood
2.4:1, 40. Bethany College, Church Relations
2.4:1, 41. Bethany College, Class in Urban Ecology
2.4:1, 42. Bethany College, Clippings Announcing Cecil Underwood as President
2.4:1, 43. Bethany College, Newspaper Clippings, Regarding Resignation
2.4:1, 44. Bethany College, Clippings Regarding Tuition
2.4:1, 45. Bethany College, Continuing Education
2.4:1, 46. Bethany College, Convocation, Bethany
2.4:1, 47. Bethany College, The Bethany Plan Curriculum in Outline
2.4:1, 48. Bethany College, Debt
2.4:1, 49. Bethany College, Development
2.4:1, 50. Bethany College, Development Programs
2.4:1, 51. Bethany College, Dining Room
2.4:1, 52. Bethany College, Committees of the Faculty
2.4:1, 53. Bethany College, Faculty Committee Appointments
2.4:1, 54. Bethany College, Faculty Disapproval of Cecil Underwood
2.4:1, 55. Bethany College, Faculty Petition against Cecil Underwood
2.4:1, 56. Bethany College, Report of the Dean of the Faculty, May 23, 1975
2.4:1, 57. Bethany College, Report of the Student-Faculty-Alumni Committee, 1975
2.4:1, 58. Bethany College, Faculty-Staff Meetings
2.4:1, 59. Bethany College, Notes for Faculty-Staff Meeting, June 4, 1975
2.4:1, 60. Bethany College, Faculty Votes on Performance of Cecil Underwood
2.4:1, 61. Bethany College, Gifts (1 of 2)
2.4:1, 62. Bethany College, Gifts (2 of 2)
2.4:1, 63. Bethany College, Gifts by Trustees
2.4:1, 64. Bethany College, Gresham House Dedication
2.4:1, 65. Bethany College, Inauguration of Cecil Underwood
2.4:1, 66. Bethany College, Resignation of Robert Lohman
2.4:1, 67. Bethany College, Management Planning Program at Bethany College, John E. Costello
2.4:1, 68. Bethany College, Old Main: An Historic Structure Report, November 1975
2.4:1, 69. Bethany College, Orientation Schedule, 1975-1976
2.4:1, 70. Bethany College, Personnel Matters at Bethany College
2.4:1, 71. Bethany College, The President’s Comprehensive
2.4:1, 72. Bethany College, Recommendations
2.4:1, 73. Bethany College, Regional American Studies Fund
2.4:1, 74. Bethany College, Reports to Cecil Underwood
2.4:1, 75. Bethany College, Sororities
2.4:1, 76. Bethany College, Convocation, Cecil Underwood Speech, February 4, 1971
2.4:1, 77. Bethany College, “A Freshman Views Bethany,” Speech, September 14, 1972
2.4:1, 78. Bethany College, Speeches, The Role of the College in Political Education, Dedication of Millsop Leadership Center
2.4:1, 79. Bethany College, Faculty of Bethany College, Speech, August 31, 1974
2.4:1, 80. Bethany College, Alumni Council, Summary of Cecil Underwood Remarks, August 9, 1975
2.4:1, 81. Bethany College, Timothy Fund
2.4:1, 82. Bethany College, WVFIC, C&P Telephone

Box 96
2.4:2, 1. Bethany College, 1967-71
2.4:2, 2. Bethany College, Congratulations on Becoming President (1 of 5)
2.4:2, 3. Bethany College, Congratulations on Becoming President (2 of 5)
2.4:2, 4. Bethany College, Congratulations on Becoming President (3 of 5)
2.4:2, 5. Bethany College, Congratulations on Becoming President (4 of 5)
2.4:2, 6. Bethany College, Congratulations on Becoming President (5 of 5)
2.4:2, 7. Bethany College, Thank-You Letters Sent, June-July 1972
2.4:2, 8. Bethany College, Miscellaneous
2.4:2, 9. Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, 1962-63
2.4:2, 10. Citizens for Better Schools, 1972
2.4:2, 11. Delta Chapter, Delta Kappa Gamma Society, 1973-74
2.4:2, 12. Education
2.4:2, 13. Education Foundation, Inc., Correspondence and Reports, 1961-66, 1970-71
2.4:2, 14. Education Foundation, Inc., Phil Conley’s “Know Your State” Series, Folder 1
2.4:2, 15. Education Foundation, Inc., Phil Conley’s “Know Your State” Series, Folder 2
2.4:2, 16. Education Foundation, Inc., Phil Conley’s “Know Your State” Series, Folder 3
2.4:2, 17. Education Foundation, Inc., Phil Conley’s “Know Your State” Series, Folder 4
2.4:2, 18. Higher Education, Broughton Food Service, Inc.
2.4:2, 19. Higher Education, Council for the Advancement of Small Colleges, 1965-67
2.4:2, 20. Higher Education, East Central College Consortium
2.4:2, 21. Higher Education, East Central College Consortium, Five-Year Current Fund Study, 1969-1974
2.4:2, 22. Higher Education, Marietta College, 1962
2.4:2, 23. Higher Education, Marshall University
2.4:2, 24. Higher Education, Midway College
2.4:2, 25. Higher Education, Miscellaneous
2.4:2, 26. Higher Education, North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, Committee on Institutions of Higher Education, Handbook on Accreditation, 1975
2.4:2, 27. Higher Education, North Central Association Quarterly, Spring 1975
2.4:2, 28. Higher Education, Ohio Wesleyan University, 1961-62
2.4:2, 29. Higher Education, Salem College, 1963
2.4:2, 30. Higher Education, Salem College, 1964
2.4:2, 31. Higher Education, Salem College, 1965
2.4:2, 32. Higher Education, Salem College, 1969
2.4:2, 33. Higher Education, Salem College, “Hootenanny at Salem College,” The Alkalizer, Miles Laboratories (January-February 1964)
2.4:2, 34. Higher Education, Salem College, Alumni Varsity “S” Club Membership Card, 1962-63
2.4:2, 35. Higher Education, Salem College, Pioneering in the Space Age
2.4:2, 36. Higher Education, Salem College, Reports to the Board of Directors, 1963-64

Box 97
2.4:3, 1. Higher Education, Southern Regional Education Board, 1961-63
2.4:3, 2. Higher Education, Southern Regional Education Board, 1965-72
2.4:3, 3. Higher Education, Southern Regional Education Board, 1972-75
2.4:3, 4. Higher Education, Booklet, Higher Education and Service to Our States, Proceedings of the 23rd Legislative Work Conference, Southern Regional Education Board, October 7-9, 1974
2.4:3, 5. Higher Education, Southern Regional Education Board, Goals for Higher Education in the South, 1961-62
2.4:3, 6. Higher Education, Spring Arbor College
2.4:3, 7. Higher Education, West Liberty State College, Program, Bicentennial Dedication, September 10, 1975
2.4:3, 8. Higher Education, West Virginia Association of College and University Presidents, 1967-68, 1975
2.4:3, 9. Higher Education, West Virginia Board of Regents
2.4:3, 10. Higher Education, West Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges, 1966-69
2.4:3, 11. Higher Education, West Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges, 1970-75 (1 of 2)
2.4:3, 12. Higher Education, West Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges, 1970-75 (2 of 2)
2.4:3, 13. Higher Education, West Virginia University
2.4:3, 14. Higher Education, West Virginia University, Board of Governors
2.4:3, 15. Higher Education, West Virginia University, Clippings
2.4:3, 16. Higher Education, West Virginia University, College of Business and Economics
2.4:3, 17. Higher Education, West Virginia University, Correspondence, 1961-64, 1969-70
2.4:3, 18. Higher Education, West Virginia Wesleyan, Stanley H. Martin biography
2.4:3, 19. Higher Education, Western New England College
2.4:3, 20. Institute of International Education, Annual Report, 1961
2.4:3, 21. National Forensic League
2.4:3, 22. National Vocational Technical Education Foundation, Professional Development Fellowship, Participant Guide, 1994 Fellows Summer Institute, Baltimore Maryland, July 15-24, 1994 (1 of 2)
2.4:3, 23. National Vocational Technical Education Foundation, Professional Development Fellowship, Participant Guide, 1994 Fellows Summer Institute, Baltimore Maryland, July 15-24, 1994 (1 of 2)
2.4:3, 24. Taft, Robert A., Institute of Government, 1961-1962
2.4:3, 25. Taft, Robert A., Institute of Government, Correspondence, 1968-71
2.4:3, 26. Taft, Robert A., Institute of Government, Correspondence, 1972-76
2.4:3, 27. Taft, Robert A., Institute of Government, Reports, Programs
2.4:3, 28. Taft, Robert A., Institute of Government, West Virginia Institutes, 1969-75
2.4:3, 29. West Virginia Classroom Teachers Association, 1967
2.4:3, 30. West Virginia Education Association

Box 98
2.4:4, 1. Faculty Merit Foundation of West Virginia, 1985 (1 of 2)
2.4:4, 2. Faculty Merit Foundation of West Virginia, 1985 (2 of 2)
2.4:4, 3. Faculty Merit Foundation of West Virginia, 1986 (1 of 2)
2.4:4, 4. Faculty Merit Foundation of West Virginia, 1986 (2 of 2)
2.4:4, 5. Faculty Merit Foundation of West Virginia, 1987 (1 of 4)
2.4:4, 6. Faculty Merit Foundation of West Virginia, 1987 (2 of 4)
2.4:4, 7. Faculty Merit Foundation of West Virginia, 1987 (3 of 4)
2.4:4, 8. Faculty Merit Foundation of West Virginia, 1987 (4 of 4)
2.4:4, 9. Faculty Merit Foundation of West Virginia, 1988 (1 of 5)
2.4:4, 10. Faculty Merit Foundation of West Virginia, 1988 (2 of 5)
2.4:4, 11. Faculty Merit Foundation of West Virginia, 1988 (3 of 5)
2.4:4, 12. Faculty Merit Foundation of West Virginia, 1988 (4 of 5)
2.4:4, 13. Faculty Merit Foundation of West Virginia, 1988 (5 of 5)
2.4:4, 14. Faculty Merit Foundation of West Virginia, 1989 (1 of 5)
2.4:4, 15. Faculty Merit Foundation of West Virginia, 1989 (2 of 5)
2.4:4, 16. Faculty Merit Foundation of West Virginia, 1989 (3 of 5)
2.4:4, 17. Faculty Merit Foundation of West Virginia, 1989 (4 of 5)
2.4:4, 18. Faculty Merit Foundation of West Virginia, 1989 (5 of 5)
2.4:4, 19. Faculty Merit Foundation of West Virginia, 1990 (1 of 2)
2.4:4, 20. Faculty Merit Foundation of West Virginia, 1990 (2 of 2)

Box 99 (2.4:5)
Scrapbook, Clippings, Bethany College, 1972-1975
Scrapbook, Clippings, Bethany College, 1972-1975

Box 100
2.4:6, 1. Appalachian Regional Hospitals, 1974-75
2.4:6, 2. Daily Appointment Book, 1962, Cecil Underwood
2.4:6, 3. Daily Appointment Book, 1963, Cecil Underwood
2.4:6, 4. Appointment Book, 1964
2.4:6, 5. Appointment/Calendar, 1965
2.4:6, 6. Appointment Book, 1968
2.4:6, 7. Appointments, 1972
2.4:6, 8. Appointments, 1973
2.4:6, 9. Appointments, 1974
2.4:6, 10. Appointments, 1975
2.4:6, 11. Business-Government Relations Council
2.4:6, 12. Center for Scientific and Urban Planning
2.4:6, 13. Coal Industry Advisory Committee/ORSANCO, 1962-63
2.4:6, 14. Emergency Planning Commission, Task Group on Solid Fuels, 1962-1964
2.4:6, 15. Forum of the Future Committee, 1961-1963
2.4:6, 16. Huntington Federal Savings and Loan Association
2.4:6, 17. Industrial Development Conference
2.4:6, 18. International Nickel Company, 1971 (Action Course in Practical Politics)
2.4:6, 19. Island Creek Coal Company
2.4:6, 20. MEMCOR Model Engineering and Manufacturing Corporation
2.4:6, 21. Monsanto, Correspondence, 1965-66
2.4:6, 22. Monsanto, Correspondence, 1967-70
2.4:6, 23. Monsanto, Correspondence, 1972-74
2.4:6, 24. Monsanto, Nitro Plant News, June 1966
2.4:6, 25. Monsanto, Northeastern Regional Conference on Government Affairs Program, Boston, September 14-15, 1966
2.4:6, 26. Monsanto, Promotion to Vice-President (1 of 3)
2.4:6, 27. Monsanto, Promotion to Vice-President (2 of 3)
2.4:6, 28. Monsanto, Promotion to Vice-President (3 of 3)
2.4:6, 29. Monsanto, Cecil Underwood, Clippings

Box 101
2.4:7, 1. National Association of Manufacturers, 1961-1962
2.4:7, 2. National Bank of Logan, 1963-1965
2.4:7, 3. Occupational Health, Proposal for the Study of Chronic Chest Disease in Bituminous Coal Mines
2.4:7, 4. Press Releases, 1961
2.4:7, 5. Princess Coals, Underwood, Cecil H., President
2.4:7, 6. Program, Magnolia Chapter, Future Farmers of America Parent-Son Banquet, May 7, 1946
2.4:7, 7. Souvenir Program and Chorus Booklet of the Young People’s Convention, Salem, August 8-16, 1947
2.4:7, 8. Program, Lincoln Day Dinners, 1949, 1950, 1956
2.4:7, 9. Program, West Virginia Society, Inc., Annual Picnic, Sandy Beach Park, August 26, 1951
2.4:7, 10. Program, West Virginia Petroleum Association, 3rd Congressional Meeting, Stonewall Jackson Hotel, Clarksburg, February 2, 1954
2.4:7, 11. Program, Annual 9th Grade Promotion Exercises, Norwood Junior High School, May 27, 1955
2.4:7, 12. Program, Elks Flag Day Service, Wheeling, June 14, 1955
2.4:7, 13. Program, West Virginia Congress of Parents and Teachers, Ruffner Hotel, Charleston, January 18-19, 1956
2.4:7, 14. Program, Salute to Underwood, Masonic Temple, Sistersville, February 23, 1956
2.4:7, 15. Program, Laudati, Salem College, May 26, 1956
2.4:7, 16. Program, 16th Annual Memorial Service, Seventh Day Baptist Church, Lost Creek, May 30, 1956
2.4:7, 17. Program, 62nd Annual Memorial Service, Moundsville Lodge No. 282, B. P. O. Elks, December 2, 1956
2.4:7, 18. Program, West Virginia Sportswriters-Sportscasters Association, Beckley, 12th Annual Victory Awards Dinner, December 10, 1956
2.4:7, 19. Program, Benedum Civic Center Dedication, Bridgeport, December 15, 1956
2.4:7, 20. Program, West Virginia Society of Osteopathic Medicine, President’s Banquet and Ball, Huntington, May 17, 1965
2.4:7, 21. Program, Viscose Management Club Ladies Night Meeting, April 15, 1966
2.4:7, 22. Program, Montgomery Rally Dinner, April 16, 1966
2.4:7, 23. Program, Van High School Commencement, May 31, 1966
2.4:7, 24. Program, Seventy-First Annual Graduation, Wheeling High School, June 13, 1968
2.4:7, 25. Program, Huntington Board of Realtors, December 13, 1968
2.4:7, 26. Program, Boss Night, American Business Women’s Association, Jewel City Chapter, April 18, 1972
2.4:7, 27. Program, St. Mary’s Kiwanis Club, 1974
2.4:7, 28. Program, West Virginia Elks Association, 66th Annual Memorial Service, August 9, 1974
2.4:7, 29. Program, Grant Jefferson Lions Club, 6th Annual Fall Festival, July 31-August 3, 1980
2.4:7, 30. Programs/Brochures, Miscellaneous Out-of-State
2.4:7, 31. Newsletter, The Scott Argus, Scott High School, May 23, 1961
2.4:7, 32. The Lion’s Roar, Gilbert, March 1961
2.4:7, 33. Project Activities Committee
2.4:7, 34. Publicity
2.4:7, 35. Schedules, 1965-1966
2.4:7, 36. Schedules, 1968
2.4:7, 37. Securities and Exchange Commission, 1961
2.4:7, 38. State Papers
2.4:7, 39. “State Papers and Addresses,” Chapter Index
2.4:7, 40. “State Papers and Addresses,” Correspondence
2.4:7, 41. “State Papers and Addresses,” Mailing Lists
2.4:7, 42. Underwood, Cecil H., Publications on
2.4:7, 43. Union Carbide, Political Action Courses, 1970
2.4:7, 44. West Virginia Fund, 1969
2.4:7, 45. West Virginia Home Builders Association
2.4:7, 46. West Virginia Life Insurance Company
2.4:7, 47. West Virginia Life Insurance Company, Board of Directors, 1967-69
2.4:7, 48. West Virginia Life Insurance Company, Board of Directors Minutes
2.4:7, 49. West Virginia Life Insurance Company, Compiled Minutes, 1962-63
2.4:7, 50. West Virginia Life Insurance Company, Correspondence, 1962
2.4:7, 51. West Virginia Life Insurance Company, Correspondence, 1963
2.4:7, 52. West Virginia Life Insurance Company, Correspondence, 1964
2.4:7, 53. West Virginia Life Insurance Company, Executive Committee Minutes
2.4:7, 54. West Virginia Life Insurance Company, Financial Records and Miscellaneous Reports, 1961-64

Box 102
2.4:8, 1. West Virginia Life Insurance Company, Financial Records and Miscellaneous Reports, 1965-66
2.4:8, 2. West Virginia Life Insurance Company, Investment Committee Minutes, 1962-66
2.4:8, 3. West Virginia Manufacturers Association
2.4:8, 4. West Virginia Savings and Loan League, 1970-74
2.4:8, 5. Who’s Who Information, 1961-1962
2.4:8, 6. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Connecticut State Jaycee Convention, Hartford, Connecticut, May 27, 1961
2.4:8, 7. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Flag Day Services, Elks Lodge, Sistersville, June 14, 1961
2.4:8, 8. Speeches, January-June 1961
2.4:8, 9. Speeches, July-December 1961
2.4:8, 10. Speeches, January-April 1962
2.4:8, 11. Cecil Underwood, Paper, “Legal and Legislative Aspects of Coal Pipelines,” American Bar Association, August 6, 1962
2.4:8, 12. Speeches, May-August 1962
2.4:8, 13. Cecil Underwood, Speech, “Research – Key to Coal Progress,” Columbus Rotary Club, October 1, 1962
2.4:8, 14. Cecil Underwood, Speech, 2nd Annual Conservation Congress, Louisville, Kentucky, October 18, 1962
2.4:8, 15. Cecil Underwood, Speech, “New Light From An Old Flame,” Kiwanis Club of Cleveland, November 29, 1962
2.4:8, 16. Speeches, September-December 1962
2.4:8, 17. Cecil Underwood, Statement on Executive and Budget Amendment, 1962
2.4:8, 18. Cecil Underwood Speech, “The Appalachian Shadow in our Future?,” Buckhannon Branch, American Association of University Women, Buckhannon, April 1, 1963
2.4:8, 19. Cecil Underwood, Speech, “Centennial: A Starting Point Into a Century of Change,” West Virginia Association of School Administrators and West Virginia School Boards Association, Fairmont, April 3, 1963
2.4:8, 20. Speeches, January-April 1963
2.4:8, 21. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Forty-First Annual Conference of State Utilities Commission Engineers, Asheville, North Carolina, May 22, 1963
2.4:8, 22. Cecil Underwood, Speech, “To the Credit of Public Relations,” Twenty-Sixth Annual Conference, National Fuel Credit Association, Cincinnati, Ohio, May 23, 1963
2.4:8, 23. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Charleston Rotary Club, June 14, 1963
2.4:8, 24. Cecil Underwood, Speech, “The Case for the Coal Pipeline,” Forty-Sixth Convention, National Coal Association, June 17, 1963
2.4:8, 25. Cecil Underwood, Speech, West Virginia Savings and Loan League, The Greenbrier, September 13, 1963
2.4:8, 26. Speeches, May-September 1963
2.4:8, 27. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Second Political Science Conference, Salem College, October 9, 1963
2.4:8, 28. Cecil Underwood, Speech, West Virginia Education Association, Parkersburg, October 17, 1963
2.4:8, 29. Cecil Underwood, Speech, National Management Association, Annual Convention, Cincinnati, Ohio, October 24, 1963
2.4:8, 30. Speeches, October-December 1963
2.4:8, 31. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Lincoln Day Dinner, St. Albans, February 6, 1964
2.4:8, 32. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Lincoln Day Dinner, Beckley, February 7, 1964
2.4:8, 33. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Lincoln Day Dinner, Martinsburg, February 12, 1964
2.4:8, 34. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Lincoln Day Dinner, Weston, February 18, 1964
2.4:8, 35. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Lincoln Day Dinner, Sistersville, February 19, 1964
2.4:8, 36. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Lincoln Day Dinner, Hurricane, February 20, 1964
2.4:8, 37. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Lincoln Day Dinner, Dunbar, February 21, 1964
2.4:8, 38. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Lincoln Day Dinner, Ravenswood, February 22, 1964
2.4:8, 39. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Lincoln Day Dinner, Kingwood, February 27, 1964
2.4:8, 40. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Lincoln Day Dinner, Bethany, February 29, 1964
2.4:8, 41. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Lincoln Day Dinner, Philippi, March 2, 1964
2.4:8, 42. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Lincoln Day Dinner, Wheeling, March 3, 1964
2.4:8, 43. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, West Union, March 7, 1964
2.4:8, 44. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Logan County Lincoln Day Dinner, March 10, 1964
2.4:8, 45. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Welch, March 11, 1964
2.4:8, 46. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Kanawha County Young Republicans, March 12, 1964
2.4:8, 47. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Kanawha Women’s Republican Club, March 13, 1964
2.4:8, 48. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, West Virginia Federation of Women’s Clubs, White Sulphur Springs, March 13, 1964
2.4:8, 49. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Parkersburg, March 13, 1964
2.4:8, 50. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Beckley College, March 18, 1964
2.4:8, 51. Cecil Underwood, Speech, “New Light from an Old Flame,” Joint Meeting of the Rotary and Lions Clubs, Whitesville, March 19, 1964
2.4:8, 52. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Summersville, March 20, 1964
2.4:8, 53. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Young Republican League, Parkersburg, March 21, 1964
2.4:8, 54. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Williamson Kiwanis, March 23, 1964
2.4:8, 55. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Berkeley Springs, March 24, 1964
2.4:8, 56. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Webster County, March 26, 1964
2.4:8, 57. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Mercer County Cancer Crusade, March 30, 1964
2.4:8, 58. Cecil Underwood, Speech Excerpts, Wheeling Rotary Club, March 31, 1964
2.4:8, 59. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Jane Lew, April 2, 1964
2.4:8, 60. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Nitro Area Republican Club Rally, Nitro High School, April 8, 1964
2.4:8, 61. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Marshall University Young Republican Club, April 8, 1964
2.4:8, 62. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Huntington Lions Club, Prichard Hotel, Huntington, April 9, 1964
2.4:8, 63. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, West Virginia Restaurant Association, Parkersburg, April 9, 1964
2.4:8, 64. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Hinton, April 15, 1964
2.4:8, 65. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Beckley, April 15, 1964
2.4:8, 66. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, New Martinsville, April 17, 1964
2.4:8, 67. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, West Virginia Welfare Conference, April 23, 1964
2.4:8, 68. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Harrisville, April 25, 1964
2.4:8, 69. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Clarksburg, May 6, 1964
2.4:8, 70. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Moundsville, May 7, 1964
2.4:8, 71. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Fairmont State College, May 7, 1964
2.4:8, 72. Cecil Underwood, Speech, “Underwood Huntington Rally,” Huntington High School Gym, May 8, 1964
2.4:8, 73. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, West Virginia Association of Life Underwriters, Morgantown, May 16, 1964
2.4:8, 74. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Medical Assistants, Huntington, May 16, 1964
2.4:8, 75. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Huntington Chamber of Commerce, Prichard Hotel, Huntington, May 19, 1964
2.4:8, 76. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, “Republican Women in Government and Politics,” West Virginia Federation of Republican Women, Mont Chateau, May 23, 1964
2.4:8, 77. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Commencement, Roberts Wesleyan College, June 1, 1964
2.4:8, 78. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Rochester Rotary Club, June 2, 1964
2.4:8, 79. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Flag Day Services, Elks Lodge, Sistersville, June 14, 1964
2.4:8, 80. Cecil Underwood, Meeting Notes, Malcolm Springs Heights Road, Milton, June 23, 1964
2.4:8, 81. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Rough Draft, Republican State Convention, Clarksburg, July 15, 1964
2.4:8, 82. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Young Street Baptist Church, Charleston, July 21, 1964
2.4:8, 83. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, July 22, 1964
2.4:8, 84. Cecil Underwood, Speech, “The Politics of Poverty,” West Virginia Bankers Association, The Greenbrier, July 25, 1964
2.4:8, 85. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Kenova Rotary and Whitesville Republican Headquarters, Formal Opening Dinner, July 31, 1964
2.4:8, 86. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Pinch Reunion, August 9, 1964
2.4:8, 87. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Honaker Reunion, August 9, 1964
2.4:8, 88. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Cabell County Republican Women’s Club, Camden Park, Huntington, August 11, 1964
2.4:8, 89. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Republican State Convention, Clarksburg, August 15, 1964
2.4:8, 90. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, West Virginia Federation of the Blind, August 16, 1964
2.4:8, 91. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Charleston General Hospital, August 27, 1964
2.4:8, 92. Cecil Underwood, Speech, East Huntington Lions Club, September 1, 1964
2.4:8, 93. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Point Pleasant, September 7, 1964
2.4:8, 94. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Pineville, September 7, 1964
2.4:8, 95. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Logan Chamber of Commerce, September 8, 1964
2.4:8, 96. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Don Carman Night, Wellsburg, September 14, 1964
2.4:8, 97. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Fred Young Night, Union District Meeting, Institute, September 15, 1964
2.4:8, 98. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Jim Ballard Night, Peterstown, September 16, 1964
2.4:8, 99. Cecil Underwood, Statement, Right-of-Way Acquisition, South Oakwood Avenue Project, Beckley, September 17, 1964
2.4:8, 100. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Charleston Civitan Club, Daniel Boone Hotel, Charleston, September 18, 1964
2.4:8, 101. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Hampshire County Rally, Romney, September 19, 1964
2.4:8, 102. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Medical Auxiliary, Athletic Club, Huntington, September 22, 1964
2.4:8, 103. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Kiwanis, Rotary, Lions Meeting, Point Pleasant, September 23, 1964
2.4:8, 104. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Grafton, September 24, 1964 (see September 19, 1964 speech at Hampshire County Rally)
2.4:8, 105. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Marmet, September 26, 1964
2.4:8, 106. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Clendenin, September 26, 1964
2.4:8, 107. Cecil Underwood, Speech, “The Tragedy of Widow Eckhart,” League of Women Voters Meeting, Parkersburg, September 28, 1964
2.4:8, 108. Cecil Underwood, Speech, “Unfinished Business: Parole and the Penal System,” Charleston Kiwanis Club, Daniel Boone Hotel, Charleston, September 29, 1964
2.4:8, 109. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Doddridge County Rally, West Union, September 30, 1964
2.4:8, 110. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Pocahontas County Rally, Marlinton High School, October 1, 1964
2.4:8, 111. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Republican Rally, Morgantown High School, October 2, 1964
2.4:8, 112. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Glenville Rally, October 3, 1964
2.4:8, 113. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Marshall University Convocation, October 6, 1964
2.4:8, 114. Cecil Underwood, Statement, Interstate 64 Bridge Across Mud Creek, October 6, 1964
2.4:8, 115. Cecil Underwood, Statement, Right-of-Way Acquisition, Beckley, October 8, 1964
2.4:8, 116. Cecil Underwood, Speech, “State and Local Government: An Active Partnership,” Wheeling, October 9, 1964
2.4:8, 117. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Pennsboro, October 10, 1964
2.4:8, 118. Cecil Underwood, Speech, NAACP, Charleston, October 11, 1964
2.4:8, 119. Cecil Underwood, Speech Excerpts, Bus Stop Rally, Oak Hill, October 12, 1964
2.4:8, 120. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Wheeling Accountants Association, October 13, 1964
2.4:8, 121. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Cabell County Retired School Employees, Huntington, October 13, 1964
2.4:8, 122. Cecil Underwood, Speech, West Virginia Education Convention, Parkersburg, October 16, 1964

Box 103
2.4:9, 1. Cecil Underwood, Speech, West Virginia Education Convention, Martinsburg, October 20, 1964
2.4:9, 2. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Station WMOD, Moundville, October 20, 1964
2.4:9, 3. Cecil Underwood, Speech Excerpts, Hinton Rally, October 31, 1964
2.4:9, 4. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Education, Clarksburg, 1964
2.4:9, 5. Cecil Underwood, Speeches, Speech Notes, Press Releases, 1964
2.4:9, 6. Underwood, Cecil H., Article by, “Federal Aid and Local Initiative in Coal-Producing Areas: The Mingo County Experience,” Current Review, January 28, 1965
2.4:9, 7. Speech Notes, Lincoln Day Dinner, Ripley, March 6, 1965
2.4:9, 8. Speech, Management Conference, Detroit, Michigan, March 13, 1965
2.4:9, 9. Speech Notes, Republican Woman’s Club, Huntington, March 23, 1965
2.4:9, 10. Speech Notes, May 17, 1965?
2.4:9, 11. Cecil Underwood, Speech, West Virginia Day Luncheon, Huntington, June 19, 1965
2.4:9, 12. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Florida State Chamber of Commerce, November 15, 1965
2.4:9, 13. Speech Notes, International Students, December 27, 1965
2.4:9, 14. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Walnut Festival, Spencer, 1965?
2.4:9, 15. Speaking Engagements, 1965
2.4:9, 16. Cecil Underwood, Speech, National Engineers’ Week Banquet, New Martinsville, February 24, 1966
2.4:9, 17. Cecil Underwood, Speech Excerpts, Public Relations Workshop, Huntington UCF, May 17, 1966
2.4:9, 18. Cecil Underwood, Speeches, 1965-67
2.4:9, 19. Cecil Underwood, Speech, George Washington Dinner, Washington, D. C., April 20, 1969
2.4:9, 20. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Western New England College Commencement, Springfield, Massachusetts, June 1, 1969
2.4:9, 21. Cecil Underwood Speeches, 1968-69
2.4:9, 22. Speech Notes, 1960s?
2.4:9, 23. Speaking Engagements, 1960s
2.4:9, 24. Cecil Underwood, Speech, West Virginia Industrial Development Association Annual Meeting, White Sulphur Springs, September 2, 1971
2.4:9, 25. Cecil Underwood, Speech, West Virginia Daughters of the American Revolution State Conference, Martinsburg, October 21, 1971
2.4:9, 26. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Testimonial Dinner by West Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges for Stanley H. Martin and Perry E. Gresham, February 20, 1972
2.4:9, 27. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Hancock County Republican Barbecue, Findlay, Ohio, September 14, 1972
2.4:9, 28. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Greater Wellsburg Community Chest Kick-off Luncheon, September 26, 1972
2.4:9, 29. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Wheeling Rotary, October 17, 1972
2.4:9, 30. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Chamber of Commerce, Toronto, Ohio, October 18, 1972
2.4:9, 31. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Vocational Rehabilitation Appreciation Dinner, Weirton, October 26, 1972
2.4:9, 32. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Human values Seminar Industrial Engineers, November 3, 1972
2.4:9, 33. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Martins Ferry Rotary, November 13, 1972
2.4:9, 34. Cecil Underwood, Speeches, 1970-72
2.4:9, 35. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, New Martinsville Rotary, January 3, 1973
2.4:9, 36. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, All Sports Banquet, Winterville, Ohio, April 4, 1973
2.4:9, 37. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Rotary District 753 Conference, Lakeview, April 13, 1973
2.4:9, 38. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, West Virginia Bankers Association, May 9, 1973
2.4:9, 39. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Freedom Day, Sistersville, May 15, 1973
2.4:9, 40. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, West Virginia Firemen’s Association, Weirton, September 14, 1973
2.4:9, 41. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Charleston Exchange Club, October 8, 1973
2.4:9, 42. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Post Commanders Banquet, Wellsburg American Legion, October 16, 1973
2.4:9, 43. Cecil Underwood, Speech, 51st Convention, West Virginia Congress of Parent-Teacher Association, Morgantown, October 20, 1973
2.4:9, 44. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Alumni Luncheon, General Assembly of the Christian Church, Cincinnati, Ohio, October 29, 1973
2.4:9, 45. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Phoenix Lodge 95th Anniversary, Sistersville, November 17, 1973
2.4:9, 46. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Parkersburg Rotary, December 10, 1973
2.4:9, 47. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, West Virginia State Board of Education, Beckley, January 23, 1974
2.4:9, 48. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Testimonial Dinner by West Virginia Foundation of Independent Colleges in Honor of K. Duane Hurley, The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, February 23, 1974
2.4:9, 49. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, American College Public Relations Association, The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, March 19, 1974
2.4:9, 50. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Weirton Womans Club, April 15, 1974
2.4:9, 51. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Kiwanis Club, Steubenville, April 16, 1974
2.4:9, 52. Cecil Underwood, Speech Excerpts, Weirton Rotary Club, April 24, 1974
2.4:9, 53. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Christian Church of West Virginia Assembly, Bluefield, April 25, 1974
2.4:9, 54. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, American Association of University Women, West Virginia Division Convention, Jackson’s Mill, April 27, 1974
2.4:9, 55. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Graduation Exercises, Weirton Trade and Industrial School, May 8, 1974
2.4:9, 56. Cecil Underwood, Speech, West Virginia Elks Annual Convention, Parkersburg, August 9, 1974
2.4:9, 57. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Christian Church Festival of Faith, Kansas City, Missouri, September 9, 1974
2.4:9, 58. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Short Circuit Club, Wheeling, October 1, 1974
2.4:9, 59. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, West Virginia Foundation of Independent Colleges, Huntington, October 29, 1974
2.4:9, 60. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Lions Club of Charleston, November 14, 1974
2.4:9, 61. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Testimonial Dinner Honoring Adam Kelly, Sistersville, November 16, 1974
2.4:9, 62. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Layman’s Day, 1974
2.4:9, 63. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Kiwanis Club, 1974
2.4:9, 64. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Leadership Dinner, Tri-State Area Council, Boy Scouts of America, Guyan Country Club, Huntington, February 13, 1975
2.4:9, 65. Cecil Underwood, Speech, “The Case for West Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges,” Annual Meeting, February 22, 1975
2.4:9, 66. Cecil Underwood, Speech Honoring Marshall Buckalew, West Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges, The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, February 22, 1975
2.4:9, 67. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Founders Day, Midway College, February 23, 1975
2.4:9, 68. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Easter Services, West Virginia Penitentiary, Moundsville, March 30, 1975
2.4:9, 69. Cecil Underwood, Speech, “Leadership in the American Revolution,” American Patriot Award Ceremony, Bicentennial Salute by the Pittsburgh Committee of ’76, Carnegie Music Hall, Pittsburgh, April 24, 1975
2.4:9, 70. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, West Virginia Day Luncheon, Huntington, June 21, 1975
2.4:9, 71. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Parkersburg Community College, September 4, 1975
2.4:9, 72. Cecil Underwood, Speech, All-American Cities Award Presentation to Spencer, June 14, 1975
2.4:9, 73. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Layman’s Sunday, St. Johns United Methodist Church, Vienna, October 19, 1975
2.4:9, 74. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Churches, 1972-75
2.4:9, 75. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, High School Commencements, 1973-75
2.4:9, 76. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, Lincoln Day Dinners, 1973-75
2.4:9, 77. Cecil Underwood, Speech Notes, “The American Dream in Education,” 1970s
2.4:9, 78. Cecil Underwood, Speech, Alpha Iota International Honorary Business Sorority Convention, The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, August 5, 1977
2.4:9, 79. Draft Speeches, undated
2.4:9, 80. Cecil Underwood, Miscellaneous Speeches, undated
2.4:9, 81. Speech Notes?
2.4:9, 82. Infrastructure Bonds, 1994 (West Virginians for Clean Water and Jobs)
2.4:9, 83. Environmental Protection Agency, Orbes Phase I: Interim Findings – Interagency Energy-Environment Research and Development Program Report, November 1977
2.4:9, 84. Fairmont Energy Forum, Baptist Temple, Fairmont, March 27, 1980
2.4:9, 85. Energy and Minerals, South Africa, 1982
2.4:9, 86. “Energy And The Way We Live,” Articles
2.4:9, 87. “Energy And The Way We Live,” General Correspondence, 1979-1980

Box 104
2.4:10, 1. “Energy And The Way We Live,” Planning Packet for Energy Forum Leaders
2.4:10, 2. “Energy And The Way We Live,” West Virginia Advisory Committee
2.4:10, 3. “Energy And The Way We Live,” Promotional Correspondence, 1979-1980
2.4:10, 4. “Energy And The Way We Live,” Press Kit, February-April 1980
2.4:10, 5. “Energy And The Way We Live,” Calendar of Issues, February-April 1980
2.4:10, 6. “Energy And The Way We Live,” Kanawha Valley Energy Forum Series, April 15-24, 1980
2.4:10, 7. “Energy And The Way We Live,” Official Report, State of West Virginia, 1980
2.4:10, 8. Energy Speeches and Presentations, 1979-1980
2.4:10, 9. Morgantown Ordnance Works Evaluation, Volume II, Evaluation Background, 1958
2.4:10, 10. Morgantown Ordnance Works Evaluation, Volume IIA, Evaluation Background Appendix (Photographs)
2.4:10, 11. Morgantown Ordnance Works Evaluation, Volume IV, Market Survey, Coke and Chemical Plants
2.4:10, 12. Morgantown Ordnance Works, Historical Background
2.4:10, 13. Morgantown Ordnance Works, Overhead Photos (Copies), 1948-1981
2.4:10, 14. Morgantown Ordnance Works, 1983
2.4:10, 15. Morgantown Ordnance Works, 1984 (1 of 3)
2.4:10, 16. Morgantown Ordnance Works, 1984 (2 of 3)
2.4:10, 17. Morgantown Ordnance Works, 1984 (3 of 3)
2.4:10, 18. Morgantown Ordnance Works, 1985
2.4:10, 19. Morgantown Ordnance Works, 1986
2.4:10, 20. Morgantown Ordnance Works, 1987
2.4:10, 21. Morgantown Ordnance Works, 1988
2.4:10, 22. Morgantown Ordnance Works, 1989
2.4:10, 23. Morgantown Ordnance Works, 1990
2.4:10, 24. Morgantown Ordnance Works, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrative Order for Remedial Design and Remedial Action, 1990
2.4:10, 25. Report, Evaluation of Data and Hazard Ranking of West Virginia Ordnance Works Disposal Areas, December 1984
2.4:10, 26. EPA
2.4:10, 27. EPA, GE Specialty Chemicals, Order on Consent

Box 105
2.4:11, 1. EPA Reports, 1989-1991
2.4:11, 2. Users Manual, Uncontrolled Hazardous Waste, Site Ranking System
2.4:11, 3. Comments of Borg-Warner on EPA’s Proposed Listing of Ordnance Works Disposal Areas, 1984
2.4:11, 4. Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs)
2.4:11, 5. Mon Valley Tri-State Network (1 of 2)
2.4:11, 6. Mon Valley Tri-State Network (2 of 2)
2.4:11, 7. Mon Valley Tri-State Network, 1991
2.4:11, 8. Software Valley, 1985
2.4:11, 9. Software Valley, 1986 (1 of 2)
2.4:11, 10. Software Valley, 1986 (2 of 2)
2.4:11, 11. Software Valley, 1987 (1 of 3)
2.4:11, 12. Software Valley, 1987 (2 of 3)
2.4:11, 13. Software Valley, 1987 (3 of 3)
2.4:11, 14. Software Valley, Articles, 1987
2.4:11, 15. Software Valley, 1988 (1 of 2)
2.4:11, 16. Software Valley, 1988 (2 of 2)
2.4:11, 17. Software Valley, 1989 (1 of 2)
2.4:11, 18. Software Valley, 1989 (2 of 2)
2.4:11, 19. Software Valley, 1990

Box 106
2.4:12, 1. Software Valley, 1991
2.4:12, 2. Software Valley, 1992
2.4:12, 3. Software Valley, 1993
2.4:12, 4. Symposium, Technologies for Competitive Growth in West Virginia, Shepherd College, October 28, 1992
2.4:12, 5. Software Valley
2.4:12, 6. Software Valley Update, October 1990
2.4:12, 7. Software Valley, Research Symposium, Technologies for Competitive Growth in West Virginia, Shepherd College, October 28, 1992
2.4:12, 8. Software Valley Organization Notebook, Property of President C. H. U. (1 of 5)
2.4:12, 9. Software Valley Organization Notebook, Property of President C. H. U. (2 of 5)
2.4:12, 10. Software Valley Organization Notebook, Property of President C. H. U., Loose Papers (3 of 5)
2.4:12, 11. Software Valley Organization Notebook, Property of President C. H. U., Folder 5/30-31/91 (4 of 5)
2.4:12, 12. Software Valley Organization Notebook, Property of President C. H. U., Employment Needs Survey (5 of 5)
2.4:12, 13. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Inc., Articles of Incorporation, 1992-1994
2.4:12, 14. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Inc., By-Laws
2.4:12, 15. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Inc., Application for Tax Exemption, 1985
2.4:12, 16. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Inc., Minutes, Board of Directors Meeting, January 4, 1985
2.4:12, 17. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Inc., Concurrent Resolution
2.4:12, 18. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Inc., Corporation Certification
2.4:12, 19. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Inc., Procurement Outreach Program, Proposal to Defense Logistics Agency in response to SCAP Number 85-1, May 6, 1985
2.4:12, 20. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Inc., Procurement Outreach Program
2.4:12, 21. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Inc., A Bill for An Act, 1985
2.4:12, 22. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Inc., 501C3 Award Letter, September 11, 1985
2.4:12, 23. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Inc., Employers Quarterly Federal Tax Returns
2.4:12, 24. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Inc., Tax Practitioners Institute, 1985
2.4:12, 25. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Inc., U.S. Department of Commerce, Weirton Project EDA Profile
2.4:12, 26. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Inc., IRS
2.4:12, 27. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Inc., West Virginia State Tax Department
2.4:12, 28. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Inc., Cost Sharing Cooperative Agreement DLA8PH-85-H0003, 1985-1988
2.4:12, 29. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Inc., Small Business Incubator Seminar, April 10, 1985
2.4:12, 30. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Inc. (1 of 4)
2.4:12, 31. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Inc. (2 of 4)
2.4:12, 32. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Inc. (3 of 4)
2.4:12, 33. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Inc. (4 of 4)

Box 107
2.4:13, 1. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Memos to State Director
2.4:13, 2. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, System of Reports, September 1983
2.4:13, 3. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Correspondence From, Miscellaneous
2.4:13, 4. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Correspondence To, Miscellaneous
2.4:13, 5. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Miscellaneous Correspondence
2.4:13, 6. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Sub-Center Contracts
2.4:13, 7. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Budget Information
2.4:13, 8. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Marvin Shelton
2.4:13, 9. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Don Carter
2.4:13, 10. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Cecil Underwood
2.4:13, 11. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, University of Charleston Financial Reports
2.4:13, 12. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Small Business Administration (SBA) Envelopes
2.4:13, 13. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Wilson Personal
2.4:13, 14. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Review of 1985-1986 Proposal by SBA
2.4:13, 15. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, National Development Council
2.4:13, 16. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Cecil Underwood, Acceptance of State Directorship, 1984
2.4:13, 17. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, HHS Audit Report, 1982-1983
2.4:13, 18. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, HHS Audit Report, 1983-1984
2.4:13, 19. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, 3rd District
2.4:13, 20. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Small Business High Technology Institute
2.4:13, 21. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, University of Charleston, Cooperation Issues
2.4:13, 22. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Audit, 1984
2.4:13, 23. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Co-Sponsorship
2.4:13, 24. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, SBA Cooperation
2.4:13, 25. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Program Income
2.4:13, 26. Solicitation for Cooperative Agreement Proposals (SCAP), April 10, 1985
2.4:13, 27. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Certificates, Cooperative Agreements
2.4:13, 28. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Cecil Underwood, Time and Attendance Records
2.4:13, 29. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Sub-Contract, University of Charleston, 1984-1985
2.4:13, 30. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Written Consent and Agreement of Directors in Lieu of Formal Meeting, September 17, 1984
2.4:13, 31. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Summary of West Virginia Northern Community College and Weirton Sub-Center for 1984-1985
2.4:13, 32. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Miscellaneous
2.4:13, 33. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Clippings
2.4:13, 34. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Bound Report, A Proposal to Create and Manage Ten Regional Small Business Innovation Centers, June 1985
2.4:13, 35. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Bound Report, Small Business Incubator/Generator Project, Proposal Abstract
2.4:13, 36. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Bound Report, Proposal, Presented for Consideration of Join Interim Committee on Small Business of the West Virginia Legislature, December 2, 1984 (2 copies)
2.4:13, 37. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Bound Report, Proposal 1984-1985
2.4:13, 38. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Bound Report, Proposal, 1985-1986
2.4:13, 39. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Bound Report, Cost Proposal, 1985-1986 (2 copies)
2.4:13, 40. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Bound Report, Program Plan, 1985-1986
2.4:13, 41. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Bound Report, Quarterly Report, October 1984-December 1984
2.4:13, 42. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Bound Report, Quarterly Progress Report, January 1, 1985-March 31, 1985
2.4:13, 43. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Bound Report, Quarterly Progress Report, April 1, 1985-June 30, 1985
2.4:13, 44. West Virginia Small Business Development Center, Year 2, 1983-1984 Annual Report (2 copies)

Box 108
(Second Governor’s Term)
2.4:14, 1. Governor’s Commission on Fair Taxation, Recommendations to the Governor, December 1999 (bound)
2.4:14, 2. Governor’s Commission on Fair Taxation, Supplement, December 1999 (bound)
2.4:14, 3. West Virginia Competitive Assessment, Prepared for West Virginia Council for Community and Economic Development, September 11, 2000
2.4:14, 4. West Virginia Community and Economic Development System Evaluation, Prepared for West Virginia Council for Community and Economic Development, September 10, 2000
2.4:14, 5. Coal Production Forecasts and Economic Impact Simulations in Southern West Virginia: A Special Report to the West Virginia Senate Finance Committee, June 2000
2.4:14, 6. Governor’s Task Force on Mountaintop Mining and Related Practices, December 2, 1998
2.4:14, 7. Change Strategy: Teacher’s Guide, Center for Entrepreneurial Studies and Development
2.4:14, 8. Communications in a Changing Organization: Teacher’s Guide, Center for Entrepreneurial Studies and Development
2.4:14, 9. Value-shaping Events: Teacher’s Guide, Center for Entrepreneurial Studies and Development
2.4:14, 10. Developing a Believer Network: Teacher’s Guide, Center for Entrepreneurial Studies and Development
2.4:14, 11. Winning the Moments of Truth: Teacher’s Guide
2.4:14, 12. Ready For What? A Study of What the Customers – West Virginia Employers, Higher Education and Students – Believe High School Graduates Should Know and Be Able To Do, West Virginia Business & Education Alliance
2.4:14, 13. Feasibility Study, Panther Creek Watershed, McDowell County, West Virginia
2.4:14, 14. Impacts of Phase II So2 Emission Restrictions on West Virginia’s Economy
2.4:14, 15. Impacts of the NOx SIP Call on West Virginia’s Economy
2.4:14, 16. Impacts of the Kyoto Protocol on West Virginia’s Economy
2.4:14, 17. ARC-Assisted McDowell County Actions Discussion
2.4:14, 18. Vision 21 Program Plan, Clean Energy Plants for the 21st Century
2.4:14, 19. The Truth About Tort Reform, A West Virginia Briefing Book
2.4:14, 20. West Virginia 2000 And Beyond, December 17, 1998
2.4:14, 21. The Weston Hospital Project
2.4:14, 22. Skills 2000 Labor Skills Assessment Survey of Unemployed and Underemployed West Virginia Residents, West Virginia Development Office, December 1992
2.4:14, 23. Coal-to-Liquid Fuel
2.4:14, 24. What We’re Looking For: Business Defines Its Workforce Training Needs, Executive Summary, West Virginia Roundtable
2.4:14, 25. West Virginia Technology Future: High Potential Industries and Actions to Grow Them, West Virginia Development Office, March 2000
2.4:14, 26. West Virginia Technology Future: High Potential Industries and Actions to Grow Them, West Virginia Development Office
2.4:14, 27. Governor’s Office of Technology, Bio 2000 Conference and Expo Report, Conference Summary and Implications for West Virginia
2.4:14, 28. John Collins, Testimony to Walter Raymond McCoy, February 27, 1999
2.4:14, 29. Program, Guyandotte Elementary School, Huntington, Dedication Ceremony, August 24, 1999
2.4:14, 30. Invitations, Luncheon in Honor of the Underwoods, Head of Bavarian State Chancellery, September 24, 1999
2.4:14, 31. Inauguration of George W. Bush, 2001
2.4:14, 32. Morgantown Industrial Park Controversy, 1999

Series 2, Subseries 5 - Boards and Associations

Box 109
2.5:1, 1. American Cancer Society, Alabama Division, 1975
2.5:1, 2. American Cancer Society, Correspondence, 1963
2.5:1, 3. American Cancer Society, Correspondence, 1964-68
2.5:1, 4. American Cancer Society, Correspondence, 1970-01
2.5:1, 5. American Cancer Society, Correspondence, 1972
2.5:1, 6. American Cancer Society, Correspondence, 1973-76
2.5:1, 7. American Cancer Society, Correspondence, National, 1972-75
2.5:1, 8. American Cancer Society, Florida Division, 1975
2.5:1, 9. American Cancer Society, Walter Hagen Golf Tournament Committee, 1974-76
2.5:1, 10. American Cancer Society, House of Delegates and Board of Directors Directories, 1971-76
2.5:1, 11. American Cancer Society, Mississippi Division, 1975
2.5:1, 12. American Cancer Society, National Crusade Committee, 1971
2.5:1, 13. American Cancer Society, National Crusade Committee, 1974-76
2.5:1, 14. American Cancer Society, North Carolina Division, 1972-75
2.5:1, 15. American Cancer Society, Public Education Committee, National, 1975
2.5:1, 16. American Cancer Society, Puerto Rico Division, 1973-74
2.5:1, 17. American Cancer Society, Southern Area, 1971-1972
2.5:1, 18. American Cancer Society, Southern Division, Atlanta, Georgia, 1973
2.5:1, 19. American Cancer Society, Speech Notes, 1970-75
2.5:1, 20. American Cancer Society, Speeches
2.5:1, 21. American Cancer Society/United Mine Workers of America, 1982-1984
2.5:1, 22. American Cancer Society, Virginia Division, 1974
2.5:1, 23. American Cancer Society, Dr. Robert Walker, 1989-1992
2.5:1, 24. American Cancer Society, Miscellaneous, 1960s
2.5:1, 25. American Cancer Society, Miscellaneous, 1970-76
2.5:1, 26. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division, 1963
2.5:1, 27. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division, 1969 Annual Meeting and Report
2.5:1, 28. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division, Annual Meetings, 1969-1972
2.5:1, 29. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division, Board of Directors, 1970-1972
2.5:1, 30. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division, Board of Directors and Committee Lists, 1969-1972
2.5:1, 31. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division, Board of Directors Meetings, 1969-1971
2.5:1, 32. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division, By-Laws, 1968-1972
2.5:1, 33. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division, Budget and Finance Committee, 1971-1972

Box 110
2.5:2, 1. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division, Circular Letters, 1971-74
2.5:2, 2. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division, Circular Letters, 1975-76
2.5:2, 3. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division, Correspondence, 1972-75
2.5:2, 4. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division, Crusade 1971-1972
2.5:2, 5. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division, Crusade Committee, 1970-1972
2.5:2, 6. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division, Evaluation Study, 1971
2.5:2, 7. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division, Executive Committee, 1970-1972
2.5:2, 8. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division, Legacy Committee, 1972-1973
2.5:2, 9. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division, Meeting Minutes and Agendas, 1972-75
2.5:2, 10. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division, Membership Lists
2.5:2, 11. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division, Nominating Committee, 1970-1972
2.5:2, 12. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division, Organization Objectives, 1975-76
2.5:2, 13. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division, Organizational Policy
2.5:2, 14. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division, Personnel Committee, 1971-1972
2.5:2, 15. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division, Professional Education Committee, 1971-1973
2.5:2, 16. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division, Public Education Committee, 1970-1972
2.5:2, 17. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division Public Education Committee, 1972-75 (1 of 3)
2.5:2, 18. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division Public Education Committee, 1972-75 (2 of 3)
2.5:2, 19. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division Public Education Committee, 1972-75 (3 of 3)
2.5:2, 20. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division, Public Information Committee, 1971-1973
2.5:2, 21. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division, Rural Cancer Prevention Demonstration Project, Marshall University, 1990-91
2.5:2, 22. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division, Service Committee, 1971-1973
2.5:2, 23. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division, Staff Division, 1971-1972
2.5:2, 24. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division, Standards Committee, 1971-1972
2.5:2, 25. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division, Unit Presidents, 1971-1972
2.5:2, 26. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division, Youth against Cancer
2.5:2, 27. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division, Youth against Cancer, 1971
2.5:2, 28. American Cancer Society, West Virginia Division, Miscellaneous
2.5:2, 29. American Defense Preparedness Association, 1985-86
2.5:2, 30. Boy Scouts of America, 1965-69
2.5:2, 31. Boy Scouts of America, 1972-75
2.5:2, 32. Boy Scouts of America, Fort Steuben Area Council, 1973-75
2.5:2, 33. Boy Scouts of America, Region Four, 1962-64
2.5:2, 34. Boy Scouts of America, Region Four, 1965-68
2.5:2, 35. Boy Scouts of America, Tri-State Area Council, 1961-1965
2.5:2, 36. Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Foundation, Inc., Correspondence, 1970-72
2.5:2, 37. Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Foundation, Inc., Correspondence, 1973-75
2.5:2, 38. Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Foundation, Inc., Correspondence, 1976-85
2.5:2, 39. Assessment of the Pearl Buck Birthplace Foundation, August 1982
2.5:2, 40. Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Foundation, Inc., Benedum Foundation Grant
2.5:2, 41. Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Foundation, Inc., Booklet, 1980
2.5:2, 42. Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Foundation, Inc., Brochures
2.5:2, 43. Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Foundation, Inc., Clippings
2.5:2, 44. Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Foundation, Inc., Constitution and By-Laws
2.5:2, 45. Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Foundation, Inc., Family History

Box 111
2.5:3, 1. Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Foundation, Inc., Financial Records and Reports
2.5:3, 2. Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Foundation, Inc., Minutes, Annual Membership Meetings, 1978-83, 1992
2.5:3, 3. Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Foundation, Inc., Minutes, Board of Directors Meetings, 1970-75
2.5:3, 4. Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Foundation, Inc., Minutes, Board of Directors Meetings, 1976-1986, 1991, 1995
2.5:3, 5. Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Foundation, Inc., “My Mother’s House,” An Audio-Visual Presentation
2.5:3, 6. Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Foundation, Inc., News Releases, 1973-1986
2.5:3, 7. Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Foundation, Inc., Notices and Memos
2.5:3, 8. Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Foundation, Inc., Officers and Directors
2.5:3, 9. Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Foundation, Inc., Programs
2.5:3, 10. Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Foundation, Inc., Jennings Randolph Remarks in Congressional Record, November 25, 1970
2.5:3, 11. Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Foundation, Inc., Restoration Prospectus, by Archie Franzen, August 28, 1971
2.5:3, 12. Pearl Buck Birthplace Foundation Story, Role of the West Virginia Federation of Women’s Clubs
2.5:3, 13. Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Foundation, Inc., Pearl Buck Stamp, Hillsboro Elementary, June 25, 1983
2.5:3, 14. Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Foundation, Inc., Miscellaneous (1 of 2)
2.5:3, 15. Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Foundation, Inc., Miscellaneous (2 of 2)
2.5:3, 16. Citizens Conference on State Legislatures, 1971-75
2.5:3, 17. Constitutional Revision
2.5:3, 18. Constitutional Revision, National Council for Revision of State Constitutions, Inc., 1968-69
2.5:3, 19. Constitutional Revision, West Virginia
2.5:3, 20. Constitutional Revision, West Virginia Citizens for Constitutional Convention, 1965-67
2.5:3, 21. Constitutional Revision, West Virginia Citizens for Constitutional Convention, 1968-69
2.5:3, 22. Constitutional Revision, A Modern Constitution for West Virginia, Inc., 1969-70
2.5:3, 23. Constitutional Revision, West Virginia, Clippings
2.5:3, 24. Council of State Governments
2.5:3, 25. Council of State Governments, Correspondence, 1961, 1962, 1964
2.5:3, 26. Council of State Governments, Science and Technology Advisory Committee (1 of 2)
2.5:3, 27. Council of State Governments, Science and Technology Advisory Committee (2 of 2)
2.5:3, 28. Electoral College Reform
2.5:3, 29. Electoral College Reform, American Good Government Society, J. Harvie Williams, 1965-1977 (1 of 2)
2.5:3, 30. Electoral College Reform, American Good Government Society, J. Harvie Williams, 1965-1977 (2 of 2)
2.5:3, 31. Electoral College Reform, National Electoral Reform Committee

Box 112
2.5:4, 1. Electoral College Reform, National Electoral Reform Committee, Correspondence, 1965-1967
2.5:4, 2. Electoral College Reform, Delaware
2.5:4, 3. Electoral College Reform, Missouri
2.5:4, 4. Electoral College Reform, Oklahoma
2.5:4, 5. Electoral College Reform, State Resolutions
2.5:4, 6. Good Samaritan Inns of America, 1969-1972
2.5:4, 7. Huntington Area Food Bank
2.5:4, 8. Huntington, City Club of
2.5:4, 9. Huntington Municipal Parking Board
2.5:4, 10. Huntington Municipal Parking Board, Feasibility Report on Four Parking Garages, June 1971
2.5:4, 11. Huntington State Hospital Auxiliary, Invitation, Volunteer Recognition Reception, April 22, 1985
2.5:4, 12. International Platform Association, 1969-72
2.5:4, 13. Memberships
2.5:4, 14. National Chamber Foundation/Forums for Economic and Political Discussion
2.5:4, 15. National Council on Crime and Delinquency
2.5:4, 16. National Council on Crime and Delinquency, Certificate
2.5:4, 17. National Council on Crime and Delinquency, Report to Board of Trustees, October 4, 1963
2.5:4, 18. National Municipal League
2.5:4, 19. National Municipal League, All American Cities Awards, Charlottesville, Virginia, 1979
2.5:4, 20. National Municipal League, All American Cities Awards, Erie, Pennsylvania, 1973
2.5:4, 21. National Municipal League, All American Cities Awards, Johnstown, Pennsylvania, 1972
2.5:4, 22. National Municipal League, All American Cities Awards, Spencer, West Virginia, 1975
2.5:4, 23. National Municipal League, American Election Systems
2.5:4, 24. National Municipal League, Correspondence, 1966-69
2.5:4, 25. National Municipal League, Correspondence, 1970
2.5:4, 26. National Municipal League, Correspondence, 1971
2.5:4, 27. National Municipal League, Correspondence, 1972-75
2.5:4, 28. National Municipal League, Declaration of Interdependence
2.5:4, 29. National Municipal League, Election Systems Project, First Annual Report to the Ford Foundation, May 31, 1972
2.5:4, 30. National Municipal League, Financial Statements
2.5:4, 31. National Municipal League, Fund Raising, 1972-74 (1 of 2)
2.5:4, 32. National Municipal League, Fund Raising, 1972-74 (2 of 2)

Box 113
2.5:5, 1. National Municipal League, Minutes
2.5:5, 2. National Municipal League, National Conference on Government Programs, 1966-69, 1971-74
2.5:5, 3. National Municipal League, Report and Directories, 1969-75
2.5:5, 4. National Municipal League, State Constitutional Conventions, Second Annual Report to the Carnegie Corporation, June 2, 1969
2.5:5, 5. National Municipal League, State Legislatures Project, Fourth Annual Report to the Ford Foundation, June 2, 1969
2.5:5, 6. National Municipal Review, Fiftieth Anniversary Issue, November 1944
2.5:5, 7. National Register of Prominent Americans
2.5:5, 8. National Register of Prominent Americans and International Notables
2.5:5, 9. People for Better Government Committee, 1989
2.5:5, 10. PolioPlus Campaign (1 of 4)
2.5:5, 11. PolioPlus Campaign (2 of 4)
2.5:5, 12. PolioPlus Campaign (3 of 4)
2.5:5, 13. PolioPlus Campaign (4 of 4)
2.5:5, 14. PolioPlus Campaign, District FCUs
2.5:5, 15. PolioPlus Campaign, Report on Operations, 1988-1989
2.5:5, 16. PolioPlus Campaign, Action Letter
2.5:5, 17. PolioPlus Campaign, Club Bulletin
2.5:5, 18. PolioPlus Campaign, The PolioPlus Reporter
2.5:5, 19. PolioPlus Campaign, Speakers Bureau Kit
2.5:5, 20. PolioPlus Campaign, District Governors Manual, August 1986
2.5:5, 21. PolioPlus Campaign, Goals and Objectives, October 1986
2.5:5, 22. PolioPlus Campaign, Club President’s Manual, October 1986
2.5:5, 23. PolioPlus Campaign, Special Events, November 1986
2.5:5, 24. PolioPlus Campaign, Club Committee Manual, November 1986
2.5:5, 25. PolioPlus Campaign, District Committee Manual, November 1986
2.5:5, 26. PolioPlus Campaign, Area Coordinators, Volume I, March 1987
2.5:5, 27. PolioPlus Campaign, Campaign Strategy Booklet, January 1, 1988
2.5:5, 28. Public Relations Society of America, 1961
2.5:5, 29. Public Relations Society of America, Mexico Trip, November 1961
2.5:5, 30. Public Relations Society of America, 1962
2.5:5, 31. Public Relations Society of America, 1963
2.5:5, 32. Public Relations Society of America, Government Affairs Committee, 1962-1963
2.5:5, 33. Public Relations Society of America, 1964
2.5:5, 34. Public Relations Society of America, 1970-73

Box 114
2.5:6, 1. Huntington Rotary Club, 50 Golden Years of Rotary, 1915-1965: A History of the Rotary Club, Huntington, West Virginia
2.5:6, 2. Adventure in Service, Rotary International, presented to Cecil H. Underwood as member of the Huntington Rotary Club, April 13, 1970
2.5:6, 3. Huntington Rotary Club, 1970-72
2.5:6, 4. Huntington Rotary Club, Agendas
2.5:6, 5. Huntington Rotary Club, Constitution
2.5:6, 6. Huntington Rotary Club, Correspondence, 1984-1986
2.5:6, 7. Huntington Rotary Club, Directory, 1983-1984
2.5:6, 8. Huntington Rotary Club, Directory, 1984-1985
2.5:6, 9. Huntington Rotary Club, Directory, 1986-1987
2.5:6, 10. Huntington Rotary Club, Directory, 1987-1988
2.5:6, 11. Huntington Rotary Club, Dues Delinquency Notices
2.5:6, 12. Huntington Rotary Club, Famous Firsts
2.5:6, 13. Huntington Rotary Club, Ladies Day Christmas Program, Convention Center Hotel, December 19, 1983
2.5:6, 14. Huntington Rotary Club, Officers, Directors and Committee Members, 1984-1985
2.5:6, 15. Huntington Rotary Club, President’s Weekly Program Book, 1984-1985
2.5:6, 16. Huntington Rotary Club, Programs, Installation of Officers
2.5:6, 17. Huntington Rotary Club, Brochure, Quality of Life in Huntington (1 of 2)
2.5:6, 18. Huntington Rotary Club, Brochure, Quality of Life in Huntington (2 of 2)
2.5:6, 19. Huntington Rotary Club, Rotary Reporter, 1984-1985
2.5:6, 20. Huntington Rotary Club, Cecil Underwood Notes
2.5:6, 21. Huntington Rotary Club, 75th Anniversary Dinner, Radisson Hotel, June 25, 1990
2.5:6, 22. Huntington Rotary Club, Speech by James D. Thomas, November 19
2.5:6, 23. Huntington Rotary Club, Speech by Dan Tonkovich, April 29, 1985
2.5:6, 24. Huntington Rotary Club, Miscellaneous
2.5:6, 25. Rotary International, District 753, District Conference, Canaan Valley State Park Lodge, Davis, April 21-23, 1978
2.5:6, 26. Rotary International, District 755, Annual Conference, Ramada Inn, Beckley, April 12-14, 1984
2.5:6, 27. Rotary International, District 755, Annual Assembly for Officers and Club Leaders 1984-1985, West Virginia State College, Institute, May 12, 1984
2.5:6, 28. Rotary International, District 755, Annual Conference, Marriott Hotel, Charleston, March 28-30, 1985
2.5:6, 29. Rotary International, District 755, Annual Conference, Holiday Inn Gateway, Huntington, April 3-5, 1986
2.5:6, 30. Rotary International, District 755, Annual Conference, The Greenbrier, March 26-28, 1987
2.5:6, 31. Rotary International, District 755, Governor’s Monthly Newsletter
2.5:6, 32. Rotary International, Clubs in West Virginia
2.5:6, 33. Rotary International, West Virginia, 1972-76
2.5:6, 34. Rotary International, Constitution and By-Laws
2.5:6, 35. Rotary International, Foreign Countries
2.5:6, 36. Rotary International, 1984 Manual of Procedure
2.5:6, 37. Rotary International, Membership Development Packet
2.5:6, 38. Rotary International, Miscellaneous
2.5:6, 39. Rotary International, Club President’s Workbook, 1984-1985
2.5:6, 40. Rotary International, Cecil Underwood, Paul Harris Fellow Award
2.5:6, 41. Rotary Foundation Scholarship Committee
2.5:6, 42. Cecil Underwood Institute, A Statewide Forum: The Civil Justice System in West Virginia, Charleston, November 7-8, 2002
2.5:6, 43. United Community Services, 1970
2.5:6, 44. United Fund, 1966
2.5:6, 45. United States Chamber of Commerce, 1967-72
2.5:6, 46. United States Chamber of Commerce, 1972-75

Box 115
2.5:7, 1. United States Chamber of Commerce, Construction Action Council, 1970-73
2.5:7, 2. United States Chamber of Commerce, Education Committee, 1961
2.5:7, 3. United States Chamber of Commerce, Education Committee, 1962
2.5:7, 4. United States Chamber of Commerce, Education Committee, 1963
2.5:7, 5. United States Chamber of Commerce, Education Committee Report, Washington, February 14-16, 1963
2.5:7, 6. United States Chamber of Commerce, Education Committee Report, Washington, October 24-26, 1963
2.5:7, 7. United States Chamber of Commerce, Education Committee, 1967-68
2.5:7, 8. United States Chamber of Commerce, Education Committee Report, Chicago, October 5-6, 1967
2.5:7, 9. West Virginia Chamber of Commerce, 1965-68
2.5:7, 10. West Virginia Chamber of Commerce, 1970-72
2.5:7, 11. West Virginia Chamber of Commerce, By-Laws/Brochures, 1972-75
2.5:7, 12. West Virginia Chamber of Commerce, Correspondence, 1973-75
2.5:7, 13. West Virginia Chamber of Commerce, Minutes, 1973-75
2.5:7, 14. West Virginia Chamber of Commerce, West Virginia Business Index, Annual Review Number, September 1963
2.5:7, 15. West Virginia Chamber of Commerce, West Virginia Personal Income and Retail Sales by Counties, 1957-1963
2.5:7, 16. West Virginia Crime and Delinquency Council
2.5:7, 17. West Virginia Crime and Delinquency Council, Correspondence, 1963-1966
2.5:7, 18. West Virginia Crime and Delinquency Council, Minutes, 1963-1964, 1968
2.5:7, 19. West Virginia Crime and Delinquency Council, Speeches
2.5:7, 20. West Virginia Historical Society
2.5:7, 21. West Virginia History Film Project, 1991-96 (1 of 2)
2.5:7, 22 West Virginia History Film Project, 1991-96 (2 of 2)
2.5:7, 23. West Virginia Planning Association, 1973-75
2.5:7, 24. YMCA, West Virginia-Ohio, 1974-75
2.5:7, 25. YMCAs, Ohio-West Virginia Area Council of, 1965-66

Series 2, Subseries 6 - Miscellany

Box 116
2.6:1, 1. American Legion Certificate of Merit
2.6:1, 2. Atomic Reactor
2.6:1, 3. Awards
2.6:1, 4. Baton Rouge Materials
2.6:1, 5. Brasilia (book)
2.6:1, 6. Brochure, The Seeing Hand Association, Inc., Wheeling, undated
2.6:1, 7. Buchwald, Art, I Chose Capital Punishment (autographed)
2.6:1, 8. Byrd, Robert C.
2.6:1, 9. Capitol Hill Club, 1966-69
2.6:1, 10. Cedar Grove-Glasgow Woman’s Club, Capital District, 4th Annual Yearbook, 1956-57
2.6:1, 11. Charleston Exchangite, Charleston West Virginia Exchange Club, 1962
2.6:1, 12. Coal and Atomic Energy, Clippings, 1961-1963 (1 of 3)
2.6:1, 13. Coal and Atomic Energy, Clippings, 1961-1963 (2 of 3)
2.6:1, 14. Coal and Atomic Energy, Clippings, 1961-1963 (3 of 3)
2.6:1, 15. Convention City, Sun Reporter, Miami, Florida, 1972
2.6:1, 16. Cress Studios of Photography, Wheeling, Invoice
2.6:1, 17. Depressed Areas, Welfare and Unemployment, Clippings
2.6:1, 18. Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
2.6:1, 19. Brief History of FMC Ordnance and Union Campaign (1962-63)
2.6:1, 20. Oliver Gallahue Speech, Opera House, Fairmont, 189?
2.6:1, 21. Governor’s Management Task Force, Inc., Interim Report on Study and Evaluation of State Government Operations, July 14, 1969 (1 of 6)
2.6:1, 22. Governor’s Management Task Force, Inc., Interim Report on Study and Evaluation of State Government Operations, July 14, 1969 (2 of 6)
2.6:1, 23. Governor’s Management Task Force, Inc., Interim Report on Study and Evaluation of State Government Operations, July 14, 1969 (3 of 6)
2.6:1, 24. Governor’s Management Task Force, Inc., Interim Report on Study and Evaluation of State Government Operations, July 14, 1969 (4 of 6)
2.6:1, 25. Governor’s Management Task Force, Inc., Interim Report on Study and Evaluation of State Government Operations, July 14, 1969 (5 of 6)
2.6:1, 26. Governor’s Management Task Force, Inc., Interim Report on Study and Evaluation of State Government Operations, July 14, 1969 (6 of 6)
2.6:1, 27. Charts to Accompany “The Problem of Big Government,” J. Peter Grace
2.6:1, 28. News from The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs
2.6:1, 29. Historical Events
2.6:1, 30. History, Union Ticket
2.6:1, 31. Booklet, Huntington, West Virginia
2.6:1, 32. Huntington Chamber of Commerce
2.6:1, 33. Huntington Urban Renewal Authority
2.6:1, 34. Impact: The Importance of Coal to West Virginia
2.6:1, 35. International Symposium on Underground Urbanization, Minutes, September 12-16, 1966
2.6:1, 36. International Technology Corporation, Annual Report, 1984
2.6:1, 37. Interview with Precinct Captain, 15th Ward, Charleston, June 23, 1970
2.6:1, 38. Island Creek Coal Sales Company, May 1964
2.6:1, 39. Johnson Memorial United Methodist Church
2.6:1, 40. Koppers News Release, Audubon Citation, Weirton Steel, October 16, 1974
2.6:1, 41. The Lawmakers (book)
2.6:1, 42. H.B. 7, 1968 Legislature
2.6:1, 43. Lewis, Dean E. (Charleston)
2.6:1, 44. Lists
2.6:1, 45. Speech, George W. Malone, Lincoln Day, Charleston, February 12, 1949
2.6:1, 46. Miscellaneous (1 of 2)
2.6:1, 47. Miscellaneous (2 of 2)

Box 117
2.6:2, 1. Calling Card, Governor and Mrs. Arch Alfred Moore, Junior
2.6:2, 2. National Funeral Directors Association, Newsletter and Information Exchange, March 1985 and April 1985
2.6:2, 3. Dale F. Nitzschke, Biographical Data
2.6:2, 4. North Carolina Fund
2.6:2, 5. Notes on Consideration of Physical Environmental Factors as a Whole in Relation to Health, Sergei Grimm, June 1965
2.6:2, 6. Ohio Funeral Directors Association
2.6:2, 7. Ohio, State of, Packet, Development Plans
2.6:2, 8. Pamphlet, “You and the West Virginia Constitution”
2.6:2, 9. Papke Tax Program
2.6:2, 10. The Forensic of Pi Kappa Delta, Golden Anniversary Issue, 1913-1963
2.6:2, 11. Prison
2.6:2, 12. Football Program, Tyler vs Sistersville, September 29, 1944
2.6:2, 13. Program, Masonic History and Souvenir, Commemorating the 150th Anniversary of Wellsburg Lodge Number 2, 1799-1949
2.6:2, 14. Program, 42nd Annual Governors’ Conference, White Sulphur Springs, June 18-21, 1950
2.6:2, 15. Program, Official Opening and Formal Dedication of D. L. Salisbury Bridge over Kanawha River between Dunbar and South Charleston, November 21, 1953
2.6:2, 16. Program, Salute to Eisenhower Dinner, Daniel Boone Hotel, January 20, 1956
2.6:2, 17. Program, Opening Ceremony, Interstate 64, December 21, 1965
2.6:2, 18. Program, Julius Monk’s Plaza 9 Presents “Dime a Dozen,” The New Post-Prandial Prank, undated
2.6:2, 19. Public Relations
2.6:2, 20. Publications, Miscellaneous, 1964
2.6:2, 21. Real Estate Investment Trust of America
2.6:2, 22. Republican National Committee
2.6:2, 23. Articles, Republican News, 1954-56
2.6:2, 24. Research Triangle Park
2.6:2, 25. Southern Wage Agreement
2.6:2, 26. Sutton Dam Dedication, Souvenir Program, July 6-8, 1961
2.6:2, 27. Thomas and Hill, 1970-72
2.6:2, 28. Underwood, Cecil H., Certificates
2.6:2, 29. Underwood, Cecil H., Birth Certificate
2.6:2, 30. Underwood, Cecil H., Family of
2.6:2, 31. Underwood, Cecil H., Marriage to Hovah Underwood, Clippings,
2.6:2, 32. Underwood, Cecil H., Personal
2.6:2, 33. Underwood, Cecil H., Report Card, Salem College
2.6:2, 34. Underwood, Cecilia
2.6:2, 35. Underwood, Craig; Cecilia Underwood and Sharon Underwood
2.6:2, 36. United States Senate, 1973
2.6:2, 37. University of Hard Knocks
2.6:2, 38. Washington’s Western Lands National Monument Committee, West Virginia Historical Society, Brochure, circa late 1950s
2.6:2, 39. West Virginia, Booklet
2.6:2, 40. West Virginia Centennial
2.6:2, 41. West Virginia Centennial, Clippings
2.6:2, 42. West Virginia, Chronology of Kennedy Statements Concerning
2.6:2, 43. West Virginia Department of Highways, Project Status, September 8, 1976

Box 118
2.6:3, 1. West Virginia Department of Highways, Operations Program, 1976-1980
2.6:3, 2. West Virginia State Armory, 1961
2.6:3, 3. West Virginia State Resource Management Plan, Part B, Health, Draft, 1966
2.6:3, 4. West Virginia State Road Commission, Monthly Design Progress Report, Route 21, 1964
2.6:3, 5. West Virginia Success Stories
2.6:3, 6. Church Bulletin, Weston Memorial Methodist Church, July 23, 1950
2.6:3, 7. Wisdom Hall of Fame
2.6:3, 8. 35 Years of Public Service, US News and World Report, 1968 (book)
2.6:3, 9. The Inaugural Story, 1789-1969 (book)
2.6:3, 10. A Salute to America (bound)

Series 2, Subseries 7 - Clippings

Box 119
2.7:1, 1. Clippings, 1945-48
2.7:1, 2. Clippings, 1949 (1 of 6)
2.7:1, 3. Clippings, 1949 (2 of 6)
2.7:1, 4. Clippings, 1949 (3 of 6)
2.7:1, 5. Clippings, 1949 (4 of 6)
2.7:1, 6. Clippings, 1949 (5 of 6)
2.7:1, 7. Clippings, 1949 (6 of 6)
2.7:1, 8. Clippings, 1950-51
2.7:1, 9. Clippings, 1952-53
2.7:1, 10. Clippings, 1954 (1 of 3)
2.7:1, 11. Clippings, 1954 (2 of 3)
2.7:1, 12. Clippings, 1954 (3 of 3)
2.7:1, 13. Clippings, undated (1940s-early 1950s)

Box 120
2.7:2, 1. Clippings, William Marland Administration, 1954
2.7:2, 2. Clippings, William Marland Administration, Democratic Feuding, 1954
2.7:2, 3. Clippings, 1955 (1 of 4)
2.7:2, 4. Clippings, 1955 (2 of 4)
2.7:2, 5. Clippings, 1955 (3 of 4)
2.7:2, 6. Clippings, 1955 (4 of 4)
2.7:2, 7. Clippings, Death of Rush Holt
2.7:2, 8. Clippings, January 1956
2.7:2, 9. Clippings, February 1956 (1 of 2)
2.7:2, 10. Clippings, February 1956 (2 of 2)
2.7:2, 11. Clippings, March 1956 (1 of 2)
2.7:2, 12. Clippings, March 1956 (2 of 2)
2.7:2, 13. Clippings, April 1956 (1 of 2)
2.7:2, 14. Clippings, April 1956 (2 of 2)
2.7:2, 15. Clippings, May 1956
2.7:2, 16. Clippings, June 1956
2.7:2, 17. Clippings, July 1956
2.7:2, 18. Clippings, August 1956

Box 121
2.7:3, 1. Clippings, September 1956
2.7:3, 2. Clippings, October 1956
2.7:3, 3. Clippings, November 1956 (1 of 2)
2.7:3, 4. Clippings, November 1956 (2 of 2)
2.7:3, 5. Clippings, December 1956
2.7:3, 6. Clippings, 1956 Campaign
2.7:3, 7. Clippings, 1956 Campaign, Mollohan News
2.7:3, 8. Clippings, 1956 (1 of 9)
2.7:3, 9. Clippings, 1956 (2 of 9)
2.7:3, 10. Clippings, 1956 (3 of 9)
2.7:3, 11. Clippings, 1956 (4 of 9)
2.7:3, 12. Clippings, 1956 (5 of 9)
2.7:3, 13. Clippings, 1956 (6 of 9)
2.7:3, 14. Clippings, 1956 (7 of 9)

Box 122
2.7:4, 1. Clippings, 1956 (8 of 9)
2.7:4, 2. Clippings, 1956 (9 of 9)
2.7:4, 3. Clippings, 1961-63
2.7:4, 4. Clippings, Crime Commission, 1962
2.7:4, 5. Clippings, January-February 1964
2.7:4, 6. Clippings, March 1964
2.7:4, 7. Clippings, April 1964 (1 of 2)
2.7:4, 8. Clippings, April 1964 (2 of 2)
2.7:4, 9. Clippings, May 1964 (1 of 2)
2.7:4, 10. Clippings, May 1964 (2 of 2)
2.7:4, 11. Clippings, June 1964 (1 of 2)
2.7:4, 12. Clippings, June 1964 (2 of 2)
2.7:4, 13. Clippings, July 1964 (1 of 2)
2.7:4, 14. Clippings, July 1964 (2 of 2)
2.7:4, 15. Clippings, August 1964 (1 of 3)
2.7:4, 16. Clippings, August 1964 (2 of 3)
2.7:4, 17. Clippings, August 1964 (3 of 3)
2.7:4, 18. Clippings, September 1964 (1 of 2)
2.7:4, 19. Clippings, September 1964 (2 of 2)

Box 123
2.7:5, 1. Clippings, October 1964 (1 of 9)
2.7:5, 2. Clippings, October 1964 (2 of 9)
2.7:5, 3. Clippings, October 1964 (3 of 9)
2.7:5, 4. Clippings, October 1964 (4 of 9)
2.7:5, 5. Clippings, October 1964 (5 of 9)
2.7:5, 6. Clippings, October 1964 (6 of 9)
2.7:5, 7. Clippings, October 1964 (7 of 9)
2.7:5, 8. Clippings, October 1964 (8 of 9)
2.7:5, 9. Clippings, October 1964 (9 of 9)
2.7:5, 10. Clippings, November 1964 (1 of 2)
2.7:5, 11. Clippings, November 1964 (2 of 2)
2.7:5, 12. Clippings, January-August 1964
2.7:5, 13. Clippings, September 1964
2.7:5, 14. Clippings, October 1964
2.7:5, 15. Clippings, November 1964

Box 124
2.7:6, 1. Clippings, W. W. Barron, 1964-65
2.7:6, 2. Clippings, Cooper Benedict, 1964
2.7:6, 3. Clippings, Bonn Brown, 1964 (1 of 3)
2.7:6, 4. Clippings, Bonn Brown, 1964 (2 of 3)
2.7:6, 5. Clippings, Bonn Brown, 1964 (3 of 3)
2.7:6, 6. Clippings, Candidates, 1964
2.7:6, 7. Clippings, Freda Cavendish, 1964
2.7:6, 8. Clippings, Civil Rights, 1964
2.7:6, 9. Clippings, Harry Cupp, 1964
2.7:6, 10. Clippings, Harold Cutright, 1964
2.7:6, 11. Clippings, Democrat, 1964 (1 of 4)
2.7:6, 12. Clippings, Democrat, 1964 (2 of 4)
2.7:6, 13. Clippings, Democrat, 1964 (3 of 4)
2.7:6, 14. Clippings, Democrat, 1964 (4 of 4)
2.7:6, 15. Clippings, Education, 1964
2.7:6, 16. Clippings, Finance and Administration, 1964
2.7:6, 17. Clippings, Barry Goldwater, 1964
2.7:6, 18. Clippings, GOP, 1964
2.7:6, 19. Clippings, Harry Hoffman articles, 1964
2.7:6, 20. Clippings, Industry, 1964
2.7:6, 21. Clippings, Lyndon B. Johnson, 1964
2.7:6, 22. Clippings, Labor, 1964
2.7:6, 23. Clippings, Liquor, 1964
2.7:6, 24. Clippings, Bob Mellace articles, 1964
2.7:6, 25. Clippings, Jack L. Miller, 1964
2.7:6, 26. Clippings, Miscellaneous, 1964 (1 of 2)
2.7:6, 27. Clippings, Miscellaneous, 1964 (2 of 2)

Box 125
2.7:7, 1. Clippings, Arch Moore, 1964
2.7:7, 2. Clippings, John Morgan articles, 1964
2.7:7, 3. Clippings, National, 1964
2.7:7, 4. Clippings, People in the News, 1964
2.7:7, 5. Clippings, Population, 1964
2.7:7, 6. Clippings, Jennings Randolph, 1964
2.7:7, 7. Clippings, Roads, 1964
2.7:7, 8. Clippings, William Scranton, 1964
2.7:7, 9. Clippings, Julius Singleton, 1964
2.7:7, 10. Clippings, Tom Stafford articles, 1964
2.7:7, 11. Clippings, Taxes, 1964
2.7:7, 12. Clippings, Welfare Department, 1964
2.7:7, 13. Clippings, West Virginia Economy, 1964
2.7:7, 14. Clippings, 1964 Campaign, 1964 (1 of 2)
2.7:7, 15. Clippings, 1964 Campaign, 1964 (2 of 2)
2.7:7, 16. Clippings, 1964 Election
2.7:7, 17. Clippings, 1964 (1 of 5)
2.7:7, 18. Clippings, 1964 (2 of 5)
2.7:7, 19. Clippings, 1964 (3 of 5)
2.7:7, 20. Clippings, 1964 (4 of 5)
2.7:7, 21. Clippings, 1964 (5 of 5)
2.7:7, 22. Clippings, Cecil Underwood, 1965
2.7:7, 23. Clippings, Jennings Randolph 1965
2.7:7, 24. Clippings, 1965-67
2.7:7, 25. Clippings, 1968 (1 of 4)
2.7:7, 26. Clippings, 1968 (2 of 4)
2.7:7, 27. Clippings, 1968 (3 of 4)
2.7:7, 28. Clippings, 1968 (4 of 4)

Box 126
2.7:8, 1. Clippings, 1969-75
2.7:8, 2. Clippings, Ralph Albertazzie, 1976
2.7:8, 3. Clippings, Campaign Expense Reports, 1976
2.7:8, 4. Clippings, Coal, 1976
2.7:8, 5. Clippings, Coal/UMWA, 1976
2.7:8, 6. Clippings, Ernest Cumptan, 1976
2.7:8, 7. Clippings, Debate Issues, 1976
2.7:8, 8. Clippings, Democrats, 1976
2.7:8, 9. Clippings, Education, 1976
2.7:8, 10. Clippings, Environment, 1976
2.7:8, 11. Clippings, Ezra Graley, 1976
2.7:8, 12. Clippings, Ken Hechler, 1976
2.7:8, 13. Clippings, Highways, 1976
2.7:8, 14. Clippings, John Hutchinson, 1976
2.7:8, 15. Clippings, Industry/Labor, 1976
2.7:8, 16. Clippings, Larry Lunsford, 1976
2.7:8, 17. Clippings, John Lusher, 1976
2.7:8, 18. Clippings, Melton Maloney, 1976
2.7:8, 19. Clippings, Miscellaneous Politics, 1976
2.7:8, 20. Clippings, Arch Moore, 1976
2.7:8, 21. Clippings, Public Opinion/Voter Apathy, 1976
2.7:8, 22. Clippings, Ronald Reagan, 1976
2.7:8, 23. Clippings, Republican News, 1976
2.7:8, 24. Clippings, H. John Rogers, 1976
2.7:8, 25. Clippings, Senate/House, 1976
2.7:8, 26. Clippings, Senior Citizens, 1976
2.7:8, 27. Clippings, James Sprouse, 1976
2.7:8, 28. Clippings, State Finance, 1976
2.7:8, 29. Clippings, State Services, 1976
2.7:8, 30. Clippings, State Spending, 1976
2.7:8, 31. Clippings, Cecil Underwood, 1976 (1 of 3)
2.7:8, 32. Clippings, Cecil Underwood, 1976 (2 of 3)
2.7:8, 33. Clippings, Cecil Underwood, 1976 (3 of 3)
2.7:8, 34. Clippings, Utilities, 1976
2.7:8, 35. Clippings, Vote Totals, 1976
2.7:8, 36. Clippings, Women, 1976
2.7:8, 37. Clippings, Etc., 1976
2.7:8, 38. Clippings, Jay Rockefeller (1 of 3)
2.7:8, 39. Clippings, Jay Rockefeller (2 of 3)
2.7:8, 40. Clippings, Jay Rockefeller (3 of 3)
2.7:8, 41. Clippings, Cecil Underwood, Berkeley County, June-July 1976
2.7:8, 42. Clippings, 1976 (1 of 13)
2.7:8, 43. Clippings, 1976 (2 of 13)
2.7:8, 44. Clippings, 1976 (3 of 13)

Box 127
2.7:9, 1. Clippings, 1976 (4 of 13)
2.7:9, 2. Clippings, 1976 (5 of 13)
2.7:9, 3. Clippings, 1976 (6 of 13)
2.7:9, 4. Clippings, 1976 (7 of 13)
2.7:9, 5. Clippings, 1976 (8 of 13)
2.7:9, 6. Clippings, 1976 (9 of 13)
2.7:9, 7. Clippings, 1976 (10 of 13)
2.7:9, 8. Clippings, 1976 (11 of 13)
2.7:9, 9. Clippings, 1976 (12 of 13)
2.7:9, 10. Clippings, 1976 (13 of 13)
2.7:9, 11. Clippings, 1978-84
2.7:9, 12. Clippings, Miscellaneous

Series 3 - Oversized

Box 128
3:1, 1. West Virginia Republican Digest, 1959-1960
3:1, 2. West Virginia Young Republican, November-December 1947
3:1, 3. West Virginia Young Republican, January-March 1948
3:1, 4. West Virginia Young Republican, April-May 1948
3:1, 5. West Virginia Young Republican, June-October 1948 (scattered)
3:1, 6. Architectural drawings, Proposed Dining and Recreation Facility for Bethany College
3:1, 7. Salem College publications
3:1, 8. Miscellaneous publications
3:1, 9. Certificates

Box 129
3:2, 1. Certificates, 1957-61
3:2, 2. Miscellaneous campaign materials, non-Underwood
3:2, 3. Campaign materials, Underwood
3:2, 4. Craig Underwood school materials?
3:2, 5. 1956 Campaign, State Road Commission posters
3:2, 6. 1956 Campaign, posters and miscellaneous campaign materials
3:2, 7. Campaign materials

Folder 3.3.
West Virginia Department of Highways, List of Employees with Political Affiliation, circa 1959

Folder 3.4.
1976 Campaign posters
World map with Underwood Pan American Clipper Club travel


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