1960 Presidential Campaign in West Virginia

Daily Campaign Stops


April 30, 1960

John F. KennedyCharleston, Chesapeake, Dunbar, Eskdale, Madison, Marmet, Nitro, Saint Albans, South Charleston
Hubert H. HumphreyEast Rainelle, Fayetteville, Richwood
Jacqueline KennedySaint Albans
Robert KennedyCharleston
Ted KennedyBerkeley Springs
Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr.Parsons, Richwood
Orville FreemanGrantsville, Parkersburg, Pennsboro, St. Josephs
Frances HowardRonceverte


Newspapers:
Article, Fayette Tribune, April 7, 1960
Article, Montgomery Herald, April 7, 1960
Article, Logan Banner, April 9, 1960
Article, Logan Banner, April 11, 1960
Article, Montgomery Herald, April 14, 1960
Article, Richwood News Leader, April 20, 1960
Article, Williamson Daily News, April 20, 1960
Article, Fayette Tribune, April 25, 1960
Article, Huntington Advertiser, April 27, 1960
Article, Richwood News Leader, April 27, 1960
Article, Montgomery Herald, April 28, 1960
Article, Coal Valley News, April 28, 1960
Article, Morgan Messenger, April 28, 1960
Article, Nicholas Chronicle, April 28, 1960
Article, Charleston Gazette, April 28, 1960
Article, Fayette Tribune, April 28, 1960
Article, Moundsville Daily Echo, April 28, 1960
Article, Ravenswood News, April 28, 1960
Article, Charleston Gazette, April 28, 1960
Article, Bluefield Daily Telegraph, April 29, 1960
Article, Clarksburg Exponent, April 29, 1960
Article, Clarksburg Exponent, April 30, 1960
Article, Martinsburg Journal, April 30, 1960
Article, HuntingtonHerald Dispatch, May 1, 1960
Article, Mineral Daily News Tribune, May 2, 1960
Article, Richwood News Leader, May 4, 1960
Article, Greenbrier Despatch, May 6, 1960

Documents:
Letter, Nell G. Yost to Cecil Underwood, regarding Humphrey’s contradictory statements on Civil Rights

Speeches:
Speech, John F. Kennedy, South Charleston
Speech, John F. Kennedy, St. Albans


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