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Norman Family Collection
Ms2014-073

(See also the Dr. John C. Norman Collection)


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John C. Norman Sr. Architectural Drawings

Descriptive Summary

Title: Norman Family Collection
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ID No: Ms2014-073
Creator: John C. Norman Sr., Ruth S. Norman, and Dr. John C. Norman, Jr.
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Language: English
Repository: West Virginia State Archives, Charleston, West Virginia
Abstract: This collection contains student papers of Dr. John C. Norman, Jr., papers relating to the architectural business of John C. Norman, and the papers of Ruth S. Norman

Administrative Information

Provenance: The papers of the Norman Family were given to the West Virginia State Archives by the family of John C. Norman Jr., M.D.

Transfers:

Preferred Citation: [item, collection number,] Norman Family Collection, West Virginia State Archives, Charleston, WV

Biographical Note: John Clavon Norman Sr. was born in New Jersey in 1892 to Sandy and Sallie Hunt Norman and was raised in Oxford, North Carolina. He attended North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State Institute (now University) and served in the U.S. Army Cavalry Engineers during World War I. After the war, John Norman took postgraduate courses in architecture and structural engineering at Carnegie Technical Institute (now Carnegie-Mellon) in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, before coming to Charleston, West Virginia, in 1919. He opened an office in the Knights of Pythias building. In 1922, Norman became a licensed architect in the State of West Virginia.

In the late 1920s, John Norman began a relationship with West Virginia State College (now University) at Institute. In addition to teaching part time at the school, during the late 1920s/early 1930s, he designed and oversaw the construction of ten faculty houses in a former apple orchard and a barn. In later years, Norman was the architect for several renovation projects at West Virginia State and construction of an auditorium/gymnasium at the West Virginia Colored Deaf and Blind School, also at Institute.

Norman designed houses and commercial buildings in various parts of the city of Charleston as well as throughout Kanawha and Fayette counties and in several other parts of the state. He also was the architect for Washington High School in London, West Virginia; theater and hotel for G. F. Ferguson and additions to Garnet High School, both in Charleston; Simmons High School in Montgomery and a theater and hotel in Gauley Bridge for C. A. Connelly; and the 16th Street Baptist Church in Huntington.

During World War II, John Norman spent almost three years working on classified construction projects related to the war effort. He died in 1967.

Ruth Stephenson Norman was a well-known English teacher at Garnett and Stonewall Jackson high schools, and had a radio program which aired for 32 years.

Their son, John Clavon Norman, Jr., graduated from Garnet High School, and attended Howard University for a short time before transferring to Harvard. He graduated in 1950 and attended Harvard Medical School. Upon graduation, he married Doris Sewell. Dr. Norman served in the United States Navy for two years aboard the USS Saratoga. In the 1960s, Dr. Norman was a pioneering heart surgeon and worked at the Texas Medical Institute.


Contents

Box 1
John C. Norman
1:1 Correspondence, John C. Norman, 1920s
1:2 Correspondence, John C. Norman, 1930s
1:3 Correspondence, John C. Norman, 1940s
1:4 Correspondence, John C. Norman, 1950s
1:5 Correspondence, Garnet High School Parent Teacher Association to Kanawha County Board of Education, recommendation of John C. Norman, October 28 1937
1:6 Correspondence/Estimates/Proposed Changes in Contracts, John C. Norman, 1939
1:7 Miscellaneous Correspondence, John C. Norman, 1939-1942
1:8 Correspondence to John C. Norman, from Kanawha County Board of Education, 1939-1940
1:9 Correspondence to John C. Norman from construction companies, 1939-1940
1:10 Correspondence, John C. Norman, 1939-40
1:11 Correspondence, John C. Norman, 1945
1:12 Correspondence from John C. Norman, 1946
1:13 Correspondence to John C. Norman, 1953-1954
1:14 Correspondence, John C. Norman, Fayette County Board of Education, 1952-1958
1:15 Postcards, Ruth Norman to John C. Norman, 1958
1:16 Get-Well Cards to John C. Norman, 1967
1:17 Insurance Claim, John C. Norman, December 28, 1946
1:18 Notary Public Application/War Production Board Application/ Letter from R. J. Funkhouser, Claymont Court, candidate for governor, May 6, 1944
1:19 Contracts, 1941-1953
1:20 Agreements, 1928-1954
1:21 Outline Specifications, 1945-1948
1:22 Invoices, John C. Norman, 1939-1940
1:23 Invoices
1:24 Proposal Forms
1:25 Miscellaneous Estimated Costs
1:26 Images, Proposed Orchard Manor
1:27 Correspondence, Associated Housing Architects, regarding Orchard Manor, 1954-1956
1:28 Financial Statement, Associated Housing Architects, Charleston, May 31, 1954
1:29 Financial Statement, Associated Housing Architects, Charleston, May 31, 1955
1:30 Blank Forms, War Production Board
1:31 Ration News, compliments of Hubbard Grocery Company, Charleston, March 1944
1:32 Applications, War Production Board, 1944-1945
1:33 Gasoline Ration Applications, 1944-1945
1:34 Clippings, John C. Norman
1:35 Business Card, John C. Norman, Registered Architect and Engineer
1:36 Notary Public Form, John C. Norman – George Kidd, father of Lorraine Kidd, June 27, 1936
1:37 Booklet, Upsilon Boule, Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity, Charleston, 1934-1935
1:38 Membership Card, John C. Norman, Upsilon Boule, Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity
1:39 Menu, Buffet Dinner Dance, Upsilon Boule, Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity, April 17, 1936
1:40 Receipts and Disbursements, Upsilon Boule, Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity, 1935-1936
1:41 Order of Meeting, Upsilon Boule, Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity
1:42 Eulogy, “Archon Charles E. Mitchell,” 1870-1937, by Archon R. L. Jones
1:43 Article, “Upsilon Archousa Honored in Birthday Celebration” (85th birthday celebration, Ruth Norman)
1:44 Roster, Grand Officer and Officers and Archons of Subordinate Boules, Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity, July 1948
1:45 Initiation Service, Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity
1:46 Correspondence and Address, Ruth Norman, Golden Anniversary Convention, Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity, 1954
1:47 Upsilon Boule, Sigma Pi Phi, Annual Report, January 22, 1954
1:48 Upsilon Boule, Sigma Pi Phi, Installation, Program, February 24, 1954
1:49 Program, Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity, Golden Anniversary Convention, Philadelphia, August 24-28, 1954
1:50 Upsilon Boule, Sigma Pi Phi, Annual Report, January 21, 1955
1:51 Program Card, Thirtieth Anniversary, Upsilon Boule, Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity, The Greenbrier, November 23-24, 1956
1:52 John C. Norman, Architect and Builder, Oxford, North Carolina, Orders of Architecture, August 10, 1917
1:53 Program, Armistice Day, arranged by Christobel Morley Cordell, Debaters Information Bureau, 1934
1:54 The Exile’s Daughter
1:55 American Institute of Architects
1:56 Illinois Department of Registration and Education
1:57 North Carolina Board of Registration for Engineers and Land Surveyors
1:58 New York Board of Architects
1:59 New Jersey State Board of Architects
1:60 Application, National Council of Architectural Registration Boards
1:61 Fifth Annual Report of the State Board of Examiners and Registration of Architects of West Virginia, June 30, 1926
1:62 How Big is the Housing Job?, Housing and Home Finance Agency, October 1951
1:63 Architectural Terra Cotta Work, Federal Seaboard Terra Cotta Corporation, January 1, 1943
1:64 Letter Writing: Form, Punctuation, Composition, Address and Complimentary Close, by George T. Odell, 1933
1:65 Pamphlet, An Architect’s Space Saver: French Doors, Portal Shutter Company, Huntington
1:66 Guidelines, Architect’s Awards Essay Contest, West Virginia State College, February 22, 1935
1:67 The Pipeline, Charleston Group, August 1949
1:68 Forms for Architectural Concrete, Portland Cement Association, 1952
1:69 Concrete for Hospitals, Portland Cement Association, 1954
1:70 Granco Construction Illustrated, Winter 1963

Box 2
John C. Norman
2:1 West Virginia State Farms, Lakin, barn, cottage/poultry houses/brooder house/septic tank, 1929-1933
2:2 Residence Hall
2:3 West Virginia State College, Institute, administration building, 1930
2:4 West Virginia State College, Institute, administration building, renovation and alteration, 1921
2:5 West Virginia State College, Institute, homes for students and faculty (4899)
2:6 West Virginia State College, Institute, faculty homes, 1929-1936
2:7 West Virginia State College, Institute, homes, 1933
2:8 West Virginia State College, Institute, barn, 1930
2:9 West Virginia State College, Institute, hog house, 1934-1935
2:10 West Virginia Schools for Colored Deaf and Blind, Institute, garage/shop/storage building, 1930-1931
2:11 West Virginia Industrial Home for Colored Girls, Huntington, 1930-1932
2:12 West Virginia Colored Deaf and Blind School, Institute, auditorium/gymnasium, 1950
2:13 Certificate Books, 1925-1950
2:14 Riverview Community Center, Charleston
2:15 Knights of Pythias Building, Washington and Dickinson streets, Charleston, fire and water damage
2:16 Mose Pushkin, residence, 124 Court Street, Charleston, 1935
2:17 Dr. Willard Pushkin, 1205 Quarrier Street, Charleston
2:18 Myer Levin, 1519 Dixie Street, Charleston, 1939
2:19 Ford Ramsey, residence, Charlton Heights, 1946
2:20 Pythian Mutual Investment association, 411 Broad Street, Charleston, remodel, 1949
2:21 Dr. L. R. Harless, concrete foundation, Gauley Bridge, 1949
2:22 Dr. L. R. Harless, store/apartment building, Gauley Bridge, 1936
2:23 Don Catalano, commercial building addition, Charleston, 1955
2:24 The Don Company apartment building, 1500 block Lee Street, Charleston, 1936
2:25 A. A. Mitchell, garage/apartment building, Montgomery, 1946
2:26 Ben Baer, storefronts, Charleston, 1931
2:27 J. Kandel and E. W. Kelly, remodel, Montgomery, 1930-1937
2:28 Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of West Virginia – A. F. & A. M. (colored), 1407 Washington Street East, Charleston, 1930
2:29 Robert C Barnes, business building, 1331 Washington Street East, Charleston, 1943
2:30 David Borstein, storefront, 1931
2:31 Maude Blume, brick English house, Vine Street, Charleston, 1931
2:32 Brownston Baptist Church, Marmet, 1930
2:33 J. F. Burgess, home remodel, 410 Ferry Street, Montgomery, 1930
2:34 Dr. Harry D. Chambers, home, Whitesville, 1934
2:35 Garnet High School, addition, Charleston, 1953
2:36 Garnet High School, Charleston, addition, photographs
2:37 Zorah Curry, home, Park Avenue, Charleston, 1941
2:38 Katherine L. Gamble, residence, 411 Greenbrier Street, Charleston, 1949
2:39 Virgil and Elizabeth Gilmore, garage/storage/display building, 514 Broad Street, Rear, Charleston, 1953
2:40 J. S. Price, English cottage, Institute, 1926
2:41 John C. Norman, residence, 1118 Second Avenue, Charleston, 1924
2:42 Washington High School, London (Kanawha County), 1938
2:43 Simmons High School, Montgomery (Fayette County), 1952
2:44 Sixteenth Street Baptist Church, Huntington, 1924
2:45 Mrs. W. B. Carson and John H. Sims, apartment building, Lewis Street, Charleston, 1928
2:46 Thomas T. Ellis, apartment building, Madison, 1945
2:47 Meyer Levin, Levin Brothers Department Store, 1946
2:48 Judge A. P. Hudson, store building, Washington and Shrewsbury streets, Charleston, 1925
2:49 J. Lewis Hark, apartment building, Charleston, 1941
2:50 Elizabeth Griffin, store/apartment building, Belle, 1930
2:51 Ellis Brothers, department store, Madison, 1945
2:52 Mrs. J. Gluck, garage/apartment building, 1615 Virginia Street East, Rear, Charleston, 1935-1936
2:53 Harry B. Erwin, residence, Charleston, 1936
2:54 O. C. Edwards, home/business building, Pratt, 1934
2:55 J. Kanner, 1552 Washington Street East, Charleston, 1936-1937
2:56 Yawkey and Freeman Coal Company, office building, Madison
2:57 George Wiseman, store/apartment building, Gauley Bridge, 1936
2:58 W. B. White, frame houses/double garage, 5th Avenue and Jefferson Street, Montgomery, 1931
2:59 Staats Hospital, Charleston, 1935
2:60 Dr. A. A. Smith, residence, Clay, 1939
2:61 Mrs. C. H. Stephenson, 306 Bibby Street, Charleston, 1936
2:62 First Baptist Church, Montgomery, 1925
2:63 Helen B. Fixler, apartment building, Ruffner, 1931
2:64 Otto Moore, home, Rand
2:65 Ganim Howard, store, Kanawha City, 1941-1942
2:66 Mrs. Roy Spencer, apartment building 1421 Lewis Street, Rear, Charleston, 1935
2:67 Ben Shore, residence, Montgomery
2:68 Charleston Day Nursery, Mattie V. Lee Home, Riverview Community Center, colored day nursery and child shelter, Charleston, 1935
2:69 Shanklin’s Grand Theatre, Ronceverte, 1937-1939
2:70 Edgar D. Saunders, remodel, Montgomery, 1944
2:71 J. L. Stricklen, residence, Perry Branch, Charleston, 1931
2:72 I. J. K. Wells, residence, 1032 Bridge Road, Charleston, 1938-1940
2:73 Glover Clinic, Masonic Building, Madison, 1955
2:74 T. G. Nutter, apartment building 411 Jacob Street, Charleston, 1938
2:75 J. W. Grimes, Madison, 1952-1953
2:76 C. A. Conley, Hotel/Theater/Store, 1931-1935
2:77 Negro Vocational School Building
2:78 NYA (National Youth Administration) Camp, 1938
2:79 Miscellaneous
2:80 Specifications, Remodeling Residence, Lenore McGraw, Chelyan, January 14, 1946
2:81 Specifications, Apartment Building, Elk Furniture Company, Second Avenue and Early Street, Montgomery, March 11, 1947
2:82 Specifications, Apartment Building, Aaron Meyer and E. F. Applestine, Montgomery, April 26, 1948
2:83 Specifications, Storage Building, Don Catalano, 411 Capitol Street, Charleston, December 6, 1948
2:84 Specifications, Offices Remodeled, Dr. Willard Pushkin, 1265 Quarrier Street,Charleston, September 23, 1952
2:85 Specifications, Commercial Building, Don Catalano, 415 Dickinson Street, Charleston, 1958
2:86 Specifications, Don Catalano, 417 Dickinson Street, Charleston
2:87 Specification, Lawrence Frankel, Edgewood Heights, Grandview Drive, Charleston, March 12, 1946
2:88 Specifications, Beatrice Cannaday, Walnut Road, Charleston, February 4, 1942
2:89 Specifications, C. D. Perfator, 910 Highland Road, Charleston, April 17, 1948
2:90 Specifications, Frances Gardner, 108 Elizabeth Street, Charleston, June 6, 1950
2:91 Specifications, Gregory Whiting, Montgomery, September 20, 1940
2:92 Correspondence, Russell Dabney, Commercial Building, 4th Avenue and Florida Street, Charleston
2:93 Miscellaneous Papers

Box 3
John C. Norman
3:1 Sympathy Cards, Death of John C. Norman
3:2 Sympathy Cards, Death of John C. Norman
3:3 Sympathy Cards, Death of John C. Norman
3:4 Sympathy Cards, Death of John C. Norman
3:5 Telegrams, Death of John C. Norman
3:6 List of Condolences Received, Death of John C. Norman
3:7 Donations and Floral Arrangements, Death of John C. Norman
3:8 Obituary, John C. Norman
3:9 Memory Books, John C. Norman
3:10 Thank-You Cards, Death of John C. Norman (not delivered)
Trees for Israel, Alayne and Sherwin Steiger, in memory of John C. Norman (framed)
Certificate from President Lyndon B. Johnson, in memory of service of John C. Norman (framed)

Box 4
John C. Norman, Jr.
4:1 Baby Book, John C. Norman, Jr.
4:2 Correspondence, regarding birth of John C. Norman, Jr.
4:3 Notebook, John C. Norman, Jr.
4:4 Notebook, John C. Norman, Jr., First Grade
4:5 Notebook, John C. Norman, Jr., 1936
4:6 Notebook, John C. Norman, Jr., Boyd School, 1A
4:7 Notebook, John C. Norman, Jr., 3B
4:8 Certificates, John C. Norman, Jr.
4:9 Notebook, John C. Norman, Jr., English, 1942
4:10 Notebook, John C. Norman, Jr., Algebra/Latin, 1943
4:11 Paper, John C. Norman, Jr., “The Meaning of Faith in My Community,” Garnet High School
4:12 Correspondence, John C. Norman, Jr. to Althed
4:13 Class Notes, John C. Norman, Jr., Garnet High School
4:14 Autograph Books, John C. Norman, Jr., United Christian Youth Movement, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, 1940-1944
4:15 United Christian Youth Movement, 1948-1949
4:16 Alma Mater, West Virginia State College
4:17 Miscellaneous Papers, Howard University
4:18 Certificate, Jack Norman, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Howard University, December 5, 1947
4:19 Performance Flyers, Jimmy Lunceford and His Band/Howard University Swingmasters, Howard University
4:20 Letterhead, Jack Norman, Howard University
4:21 Correspondence Received, John C. Norman, Jr., Harvard University
4:22 Correspondence, Ruth Norman to John C. Norman, Jr., 1949-1953
4:23 Correspondence, John C. Norman to John C. Norman, Jr., 1948
4:24 Correspondence, John C. Norman, Jr. to Parents, from Howard University, 1946
4:25 Correspondence, regarding admission of John C. Norman, Jr. to Harvard, Yale, etc., 1946-1948
4:26 Correspondence, John C. Norman, Jr. to Parents, from Harvard University, 1948
4:27 Correspondence, John C. Norman, Jr. to Parents, from Harvard University, 1949
4:28 Correspondence, John C. Norman, Jr. to Parents, from Harvard University, 1950
4:29 Correspondence, John C. Norman, Jr. to Parents, July 30, 1965
4:30 Correspondence, John C. Norman, Jr. to Parents, 1967
4:31 Correspondence, John C. Norman, Jr. to Parents, not dated
4:32 Correspondence, regarding John C. Norman, Jr., admission to medical school
4:33 Correspondence received, John C. Norman and Ruth Norman
4:34 Reference Letters, John C. Norman, Jr.
4:35 Paper, “Why Was Sex Considered the Greatest Sin for 1500 Years?” by John C. Norman, Jr., Harvard University
4:36 Program, Harvard College Commencement, June 22, 1950
4:37 Program, Harvard College Commencement, June 17, 1954
4:38 Messages Received, John C. Norman, Jr., Dunster House, Harvard University
4:39 Harvard Biology Society, John C. Norman, Jr., President
4:40 Harvard Handbook, 1948
4:41 Official Register of Harvard University, Courses of Instruction, 1948-1949
4:42 Official Register of Harvard University, Courses of Instruction, 1949-1950
4:43 Miscellaneous Papers, Harvard University
4:44 Class Notes, John C. Norman, Jr., Harvard Medical School
4:45 Official Register of Harvard University, Harvard Medical School, 1951-1952
4:46 Harvard Medical School, Third Year Schedule of Instruction, 1952-1953
4:47 Harvard Medical School, Fourth Year Schedule of Instruction, 1952
4:48 Miscellaneous Papers, Harvard Medical School
4:49 Correspondence, regarding applications for internships, John C. Norman, Jr.
4:50 Messages Received, John C. Norman, Jr., Vanderbilt Hall, Harvard University
4:51 Flier, Boston Surgical Society, Forum Program (includes lecture by John C. Norman, Jr.), Harvard Club, Boston, March 22, 1965
4:52 Directory, Faculty of Medicine, Harvard University, September 1, 1967
4:53 Bulletin of Yale University School of Medicine, 1948-1949, 1949-1950
4:54 Harvard Alumni Bulletin, 1951 (March 10, April 21, and May 12)
4:55 Cover Sheets, Roster of Officers, USS Saratoga, 1957
4:56 Correspondence, regarding service of John C. Norman, Jr., United States Navy, 1958
4:57 Correspondence, John C. Norman, Jr. to Parents, from USS Saratoga, 1957
4:58 Annual Report, John and Mary R. Markle Foundation, 1964-1965
4:59 Markle Scholar Candidates, 1965-1966
4:60 Correspondence (photocopy), regarding American Electric Power brochure on West Virginia, 1965
4:61 Book, West Virginia Studies: Our Heritage (includes text and photograph of John C. Norman, Jr.), by William Thomas Doherty, 1984

Box 5
John C. Norman, Jr.
School Notebook, John C. Norman, Jr., English, Mrs. Norman, 1943-1944
School Notebooks, John C. Norman, Jr., West Virginia State College
School Notebooks, John C. Norman, Jr., Howard University

Box 6
John C. Norman, Jr.
School Notebooks, John C. Norman, Jr., Harvard University

Box 7
John C. Norman, Jr.
School Notebooks, John C. Norman, Jr., Harvard University

Box 8
John C. Norman, Jr.
School Notebooks, John C. Norman, Jr., Harvard Medical School

Box 9
John C. Norman, Jr.
School Notebooks, John C. Norman, Jr., Harvard Medical School
314, Harvard University Yearbook, 1950
Aesculapiad, Harvard Medical School Yearbook, 1954
Aesculapiad, Harvard Medical School Yearbook, 1971
Photobook, John C. Norman, Jr., Graduation, Harvard Medical School, 1954
Scrapbook, John C. Norman, Jr., Graduation, Harvard University, 1950

Box 10
John C. Norman, Jr.
Folders:
10:1 Investigation Related to Organ Perfusion, Preservation and Transplantation, John C. Norman, Jr., Proposal to the John A. Hartford Foundation, 1968-1971
10:2 “Nuclear, Pneumatic, and Electrically Actuated Left Ventricular Assist Devices,” by John C. Norman, Jr., Medical Journal of St. Joseph Hospital Houston, June 1981
10:3 Journal, Cardiovascular Diseases, Bulletin of Texas Heart Institute, John C. Norman, Jr. (Volume 4, 1974; Volume 5, 1974; 1976; September 1978; June 1981)
10:4 What Goes On…, Postgraduate Medical Institute, March 15, 1965-April 15, 1965 (includes lecture by John C. Norman, Jr.)
10:5 Review, “Adventures in Two Worlds,” by A. J. Cronin
10:6 “Medicine in the Ghetto,” by John C. Norman, Jr.
10:7 “The Negro in Medicine”
10:8 Texas Medical Center, Annual Report, 1972
10:9 Program, International Symposium on Heart Substitution
10:10 Biographical Materials, John C. Norman, Jr.
10:11 West Virginian of the Year, John C. Norman, Jr.
10:12 School Publication, “The Eye,” Garnet High School, 1945-1946, John C. Norman, Jr., editor
10:13 Clippings, John C. Norman, Jr.

Publications featuring articles relating to work of John C. Norman, Jr.:
“The Search for a ‘Bionic’ Heart, by Lee Edson, New York Times Magazine, October 21, 1979
“Control of Life: Part 3, Life Magazine, September 24, 1965
Jet, April 14, 1966
Jet, November 2, 1967
“Acquaintance with and Maintenance of Biomedical Instrumentation: Emerging Problems,” by John C. Norman, Jr. and Lester Goodman, Journal of the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation, September/October 1966
Journal of American Medical Association, April 13, 1970, Book Review, “Medicine in the Ghetto,” John C. Norman, Jr.
New England Journal of Medicine, October 8, 1970Book Review, “Medicine in the Ghetto,” John C. Norman, Jr.
Modern Medicine, May 17, 1971
“Taming the No. 1 Killer,” Time Magazine, June 1, 1981
“Pig-Liver: New ‘Spare’ for Humans,” Ebony, September 1965
“Pig’s Liver Takes Over,” Medical World News, July 2, 1965
“Medical Pioneering: Coronary Breakthroughs,” Harper’s Bazaar, July 1981
“Super Medicine,” Texas Monthly, April 1979
“Super-Doctors,” Cosmopolitan, September 1977
“Medicine in the Ghetto,” review of conference, Harvard Medical Alumni Bulletin, July/August 1970
“Spleen Study Points Way to Surgical Relief of Hemophilia,” Medical World News, October 6, 1967
“The Total Artificial Heart,” Scientific American, January 1981
Articles on Conference, “Medicine in the Ghetto,” 1969
“Atom-Powered Hearts,” Newsweek, October 28, 1968
Who’s Who, August 1977
Mention of new book that includes articles by John C. Norman, Jr., News of the Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Christmas 1967

Box 11
John C. Norman, Jr.
11:1 National Guardian, October 30, 1952
11:2 Invito Fertilization, Notes and Articles, John C. Norman, Jr.
11:3 Papers, Harvard Medical School, 1953
11:4 Miscellaneous Medical School Notes, John C. Norman, Jr.
11:5 Zoology and Biology Notes, John C. Norman, Jr., 1948-1949
11:6 Biology Notes, John C. Norman, Jr.
11:7 Financial Information, John C. Norman, Jr., 1948/1953
11:8 Biology Notes, John C. Norman, Jr., Fall 1948
11:9 Economic Botany Notes, John C. Norman, Jr., 1948-1949
11:10 German Notes, John C. Norman, Jr.
11:11 Miscellaneous School Papers, John C. Norman, Jr.
11:12 Mademoiselle de Scuderi, by Hoffmann
11:13 Script, Faust, by Goethe
11:14 School of Medicine Bulletins, Various, 1947-1950
11:15 Journals and Publications, 1949-1954
11:16 Journals and Texts
11:17 Journals and Texts

Box 12
John C. Norman, Jr.
Medical School Notecards
Pictorial History, Saratoga Story, 1952-1956
Newsletter, “The Fighting Cock,” USS Saratoga, February 8, 1957
Newsletter, “The Fighting Cock,” USS Saratoga, May 24, 1957
Article noting John C. Norman, Jr. on USS Saratoga during visit of President Eisenhower, Charleston Daily Mail, June 10, 1957
Photograph, USS Saratoga

Box 13
Ruth S. Norman
Folder Titles
Church Women’s News, Program Schedules, 1952-1984 (missing years 6, 8, and 19)
Church Women’s News, Program Schedules (extra copies)
First Year Program
July 27, 1952, Church News, Mrs. Ruth S. Norman, first broadcast, WGKV
August 3, 1952, Boyd Christian Memorial Church, Mrs. C. Oral Lowe/Mrs. C. E. Hutchison
August 10, 1952, Kanawha Presbyterian, Mrs. William W. Teneyck
August 17, 1952, Simpson Methodist Church, Mrs. William G. Moore
August 24, 1952, Baptist Temple, Mrs. T. H. Coates/Mrs. H.A. Talbott
August 31, 1952, W.Va. Woman’s Society of Christian Service, Mrs. Andrew Gardner/Mrs. J. Marion Bailey
September 7, 1952, St. John’s Episcopal Church, Mrs. William M. Drennen/Mrs. F. G. Bannerot, Jr.
September 14, 1952, The Church Woman, Mrs. Charles Malcolm
September 21, 1952, Christ Church Methodist – Mrs. Stanley Freeman/Mrs. John F. Caulfield
September 28, 1952, W.Va. Council of Church Women, Mrs. B.E. Maynor
October 5, 1952, Lutheran Church, Mrs. H.V. Auer
October 12, 1952, Westminister Presbyterian Church, Mrs. Arthur H. Gay/Mrs. D.H. Goshorn
October 19, 1952, United Nations, Agnes Crabtree
October 26, 1952, Y.W.C.A., Mrs. Fred B. Watkins/Helen G. Lindsey
November 2, 1952, World Community Day, Mrs. William W. Teneyck/Mrs. George Best/Mrs. C.C. Whittington
November 9, 1952, Kanawha Presbyterian Church, Mrs. David M. Giltinan/Mrs. Stuart Bugbee/Mrs. Donald Rollins
November 30, 1952, Calvary Baptist Church, Mrs. Lee Shane/Mrs. Howard Krantz/Mrs. William W. Teneyck
December 7, 1952, St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Mrs. C. R. Walters/Mrs. J. Andrew Allen/Mrs. Roger Cleveland
December 14, 1952, Churches and Cathedrals in Europe, Mrs. J. B. Goldsmith
December 21, 1952, Christmas Program – Doris Linton, Mrs. India W. Harris, Garnet Girls Ensemble
December 28, 1952, First Methodist, South Charleston, Mrs. Stanley Cavendish, Mrs. Glen Armstrong
January 4, 1953, First Presbyterian, Mrs. James S. Conley
January 11, 1953, B’nai Jacob Synagogue, Mrs. Harry Winston
January 18, 1953, First Church of God, Mrs. Ruth B. Davidson
January 25, 1953, Darlington Methodist Church, Mrs. T. Sterling Evans/Mrs. Carl A. Poe/Mrs. S. S. Burford
February 1, 1953, Volunteer Service Bureau, Ms. Oliver S. Hagerman
February 8, 1953, World Day of Prayer, Mrs. Lewis V. Barnes/Charles A. Preston/A. E. Rezzonico/Harry E. Dennis
February 15, 1953, World Day of Prayer, Mrs. William W. Teneyck/Mrs. W. Albert Donaldson/ Ruth Arnold Jeffers/Mary Crozier Young/Rebie C. Faircloth
February 22, 1953, Brotherhood, Mrs. Richard S. Glazer/Doris Linton/Paul Boiarsky/David Freeman
March 1, 1953, Bream Memorial Presbyterian Church, Mrs. Carl H. Beane/Mrs. R. T. Ziegfeld
March 8, 1953, St. Matthews Episcopal Church, Mrs. J. Carl Fletcher/Mrs. H. V. Campbell
March 15, 1953, Virginia Street Temple, Mrs. Morton Hess
March 22, 1953, Trinity Lutheran Church, Mrs. Gordon Hamill/Mrs. A. A. Gruber
March 29, 1953, Women of the Presbyterian Church, W.Va. Synod, Mrs. Ross Parker
April 12, 1953, Greenlake, Wisconsin, Conference, Mrs. Eugene Austin
April 19, 1953, Ruffner Memorial, Mrs. Walton H. Bell/Mrs. Henry Martz
April 26, 1953, Irene B. Parks/Mrs. William W. Teneyck
May 3, 1953, The Pionette, Josephine Morris Rayford, Amileen Michael, Mary Allen Hicks, Juanita Kurtz
May 10, 1953, Emmanuel Baptist Church, Mrs. William G. Farmar/Mrs. Andrew Gardner
May 17, 1953, The Bahais, Dr. Sarah Martin Pereira
May 24, 1953, Polly Harrop
May 31, 1953, St. George Syrian Orthodox Church, Mrs. Philip Bardwell
June 7, 1953, Interfaith Program, Mrs. Charles Cohen

Second Year Program
September 6, 1953, West Virginia Council of Church Women, Mrs. B. E. Maynor, President
September 13, 1953 Charleston Council of Church Women, Mrs. George H. Best, President
September 20, 1953, Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Elizabeth V. Hallanan
September 27, 1953, Ruffner Memorial Presbyterian, Polly Harrop
October 4, 1953, St. James Episcopal, Mrs. Newman Goldston/Mrs. J. A. Franklin
October 11, 1953, Y.W.C.A. Roll Call Week, Irene Hambrick/Joyce Pauley/Marie Wilson/Carolyn J. O’Dell/Helen Joplin
October 18, 1953, United Nations, Agnes Crabtree
October 25, 1953, Kanawha Presbyterian, Mrs. William W. Teneyck/Mrs. William O. McMillan/Mrs. John W. Campbell
November 1, 1953, World Community Day, Mrs. Don Freeman/Mrs. R. D. Thrush
November 8, 1953, Humphrey’s Memorial, Mrs. Gross Harper/Mrs. Warwick Doll
November 15, 1953, St. John’s Episcopal, Frances G. Altizer
November 22, 1953, Baptist Temple, Mrs. Robert P. Greife/Mrs. F. Guy Ash/Mrs. Ralph H. Nestmann
November 29, 1953, Y.W.C.A., Mrs. William Teneyck
December 6, 1953, B’Nai Jacob Synagogue, Mrs. Sam Zacks
December 13, 1953, Christ Church Methodist, Mrs. Stanley Freeman/Mrs. Ben Rubrecht
December 20, 1953, Laura Jackson Brown, A Cappella Choir of Boyd Junior High School directed by Mrs. Katherine M. Ferguson
December 27, 1953, St. John’s Episcopal, Mrs. J. B. Goldsmith
January 3, 1954, Y.W.C.A., Mrs. Daniel Barber/Mrs. Oliver Hagerman
January 10, 1954, Central Methodist, Mrs. J. E. Thomas/Maxine Polly/Mrs. John Zeitz/Mrs. P. N. Lozano/Mrs. Joseph Crouse
January 17, 1954, First Baptist Church, Elsie M. Davis/Camilla Allen
January 24, 1954, Boyd Memorial Christian, Mrs. C. Oral Lowe/Mrs. C. E. Hutchison
January 31, 1954, Christ Church Methodist, Mrs. Martin E. Talbott
February 7, 1954, Inter Faith Program, Mrs. Charles Cohen
February 14, 1954, Mrs. W. Murdoch MacLeod, Executive Director, United Church Women, New York City, Mrs. George Best, President, Charleston Council of Church Women
February 28, 1954, World Day of Prayer Program (World Day of Prayer, March 5), Effective Speech Class of Charleston High School directed by Florence P. Martin/Lillian Stalnaker
March 7, 1954, Presbyterian Synod of W.Va., Mrs. Ross B. Parker, President
March 14, 1954, Stonewall Jackson High School, Virginia Atkinson, Dean of Women
March 21, 1954, Bahai’s, Dr. Sarah Pereira, West Virginia State College, Florence Mayberry, Santa Paula, California
March 28, 1954, The Nazarene Church of Institute, W.Va., Mrs. R. W. Cunningham
April 4, 1954, First Presbyterian, Mrs. F. L. Sattes
April 11, 1954, The Virginia Street Temple, Mrs. Charles Rotgin
April 25, 1954, St. Mark’s Methodist, Mary Kathryn Kelso
May 2, 1954, St. John’s Episcopal Music Week, Lila Belle Brooks, Robert Howell
May 16, 1954, Calvary Baptist Church, Mrs. Lee Shane
May 23, 1954, Trinity Evangelical, Lutheran Church, Mrs. Gordon Hamill, Mrs. Gruber

Third Year Program
September 5, 1954, Mrs. J. Floyd Cole, Fairmont, President, United Church Women of West Virginia
September 12, 1954, Mrs. Herbert M. Beddow, President, United Church Women, Charleston
September 19, 1954, Lillian Weser, Huntington, Mental Health Chairman of West Virginia Federation of Women’s Clubs, Radio and TV Chairman of the Owen Clinic Institute
September 26, 1954, Mrs. Andrew Gardner, Mrs. Floyd Bonar, Morgantown, W.Va., Mrs. J. Marion Bailey, West Virginia Conference of the Women’s Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church
October 3, 1954, Mrs. C. E. Hutchison, President of the Auxiliary, Salvation Army, Mrs. William C. Marland, Member
October 10, 1954, Irene Hambrick, Rosalie Newman, Phyllis Henderson, Nancy Nutter, Lois Albert, Roll Call Week, Y.W.C.A.
October 17, 1954, Mrs. F. Guy Ash, President, Women’s Federation, Baptist Temple, Mrs. Earl W. Bloomquist, Mrs. Vernon E. Kuehn, Mrs. J. Robert Talbott
October 24, 1954, Agnes Crabtree, Teacher Stonewall Jackson High School, United Nations Day
October 31, 1954, Mrs. William M. Drennen, Mrs. Edward R. Johnson, World Community Day, November 5, 1954
November 7, 1954, Mrs. William A. Beck, Past President, Woman’s Auxiliary, St. John’s Episcopal Chairman, Public Relations Committee
November 14, 1954, Mrs. Charles B. Gates, Jr., Mrs. Harry Weaver, Mrs. Osler McMillan, Kanawha Presbyterian Church
November 21, 1954, Elizabeth Hallanan, Sacred Heart Catholic Church
November 28, 1954, Junior Choirs, First Presbyterian Church, Conrad Eaddy, Director, Mrs. Conrad Eaddy, Accompanist
December 5, 1954, Polly Harrop, Director of Christian Education, Ruffner Memorial Presbyterian Church
December 12, 1954, Mrs. Charles Rotgin, President, Virginia Street Temple Sisterhood
December 19, 1954, Laura Jackson Brown, The Christmas Story, First Baptist Church
December 26, 1954, Mrs. J. B. Goldsmith, “Christmas in Foreign Land,” St. John’s Episcopal Church
January 2, 1955, Winifrede H. Newman, Assistant Superintendent, Kanawha County Schools, President, Pilot International
January 9, 1955, Mrs. J. N. Arnold, President, Women’s Society of Christian Service, Christ Church Methodist, Mrs. Martin Talbott, Director of Christian Education
January 16, 1955, Mrs. Fred B. Watkins, Chairman, Centennial Observance, Charleston Y.W.C.A. and for West Virginia, Mrs. Oliver S. Hagerman, Chairman of “Birthday Gifts”
January 30, 1955, Mrs. Edward L. Taylor, President, Kanawha Convocation, Mrs. J. A. Franklin, President, St. James Auxiliary Episcopal Church
February 6, 1955, Mrs. Charles Cohen, Mrs. Andrew Gardner, Co-Chairman Inter-Faith projects
February 20, 1955, West Virginia State College Players and Mimes, directed by Evelyn M. Peters, Brotherhood Week
February 27, 1955, Mrs. Frances G. Altizer, Executive Director, Kanawha Clay Chapter American Red Cross
March 6, 1955, Directors of Christian Education, Mary K. Kelso, St. Mark’s Methodist Church, Mrs. Martin Talbott, Christ Church Methodist, Faith Crowson, Central Methodist Church, Mrs. James Watson, Humphrey’s Memorial Methodist Church, Frank Roberts, Humphrey’s Methodist Church, Dunbar, W.Va.
March 20, 1955, Virginia Atkinson, Christ Church Methodist, Dean of Women, Stonewall Jackson High School
March 27, 1955, Mrs. Ruth N. Brady, President, Women’s Missionary Society, The Church of God
April 10, 1955, Easter Music, The Choirs of First Presbyterian Church, Conrad Eaddy, Director, Mrs. Conrad Eaddy, Piano Accompanist, Elizabeth Reese Johnson, Organist
April 17, 1955, Mrs. Lee Shane, Helen Powell, Brenda Hardin, David Rice, Calvary Baptist Church
May 1, 1955, Mrs. C. Oral Lowe, Chairman, May Fellowship Day
May 8, 1955, Dr. Helen B. Fraser, Past President, Citizen’s Mental Health Committee, Mrs. Harrison H. Ferrell, Vice President
May 15, 1955, Mrs. Grose Harper, President, Women’s Society of Christian Service, Humphrey’s Memorial Methodist Church, Mrs. Warwick Doll
May 22, 1955, Mrs. C. Oral Lowe, Boyd Memorial Christian Church

Fourth Year Program
September 4, 1955, Mrs. J. Floyd Cole, Fairmont, President, United Methodist Church
September 11, 1955, Mrs. Herbert M. Beddow President, United Church Women of Charleston
September 18, 1955, Mrs. Donald Freeman, State Chairman, Christian Social Relations, United Church Women
October 2, 1955, Mrs. Lee Shane, Calvary Baptist Church
October 9, 1955, Mrs. Wilburn C. Campbell, Christian Education Secretary, Woman’s Auxiliary-The Episcopal Church, Diocese of West Virginia
October 16, 1955, Irene Hambrick, Director, Teen Age Program, Charleston Y.W.C.A.
October 23, 1955, Agnes Crabtree, Teacher Stonewall Jackson High School, State Chairman United Nations Day
November 6, Corma Mowrey, Director of Professional Service, West Virginia Education Association
November 13, 1955, Mrs. Morton Cohn, President Ladies Auxiliary, B’Nai Jacob Synagogue
November 20, 1955, Mrs. Andrew Gardner, Member of the National Board of Managers, United Church Women
December 11, 1955, Mrs. Samuel Volkman, Virginia Street Temple
December 18, 1955, Mrs. Chester W. Bourne, Vice President Wesleyan Service Guild, St. Marks Methodist Church
December 25, 1955, Mrs. J. B. Goldsmith, President, Charleston Y.W.C.A., St. Johns’ Episcopal Church

Box 14
Ruth S. Norman
Fourth Year Program (continued)
January 1, 1956, Winifrede H. Newman, Assistant Superintendent, Kanawha County Schools
January 8, 1956, Mrs. Kyle Haselden, Baptist Temple
January 15, 1956, Mrs. Robert L. Meister, Trinity Lutheran Church
January 22, 1956, Mrs. Bernard E. Vanderbeek, Kanawha Presbyterian Church
January 29, 1956, Mr. and Mrs. William Warner III, Baptist Temple
February 5, 1956, Mrs. Charles Cohen, Mrs. Andrew Gardner, Co-Chairman, Inter-Faith Projects
February 12, 1956, Mrs. W. A. Donaldson, Rebie C. Faircloth, Kay Backus, Harry E. Dennis, C. A. Preston, A. E. Rezzonico, World Day of Prayer
February 19, 1956, West Virginia State College, Mimes and Players, Evelyn M. Peters, Director, Brotherhood Week
March 4, 1956, Mrs. Silas Pickering II, Religious Drama, Charleston Civic Theater
March 11, 1956, Virginia Atkinson, Dean of Women, Stonewall Jackson High School
March 18, 1956, Mrs. Phares E. Reeder, Humphrey’s Methodist Church, Dunbar
March 25, 1956, Mrs. Royal E. Walther, St. Paul’s Lutheran Church
April 8, 1956, Reverend Henry High, Executive Secretary of the Board of Pension, West Virginia Conference of the Methodist Church
April 15, 1956, Mrs. Robert E. O’Connor, First Presbyterian Weekday School
April 22, 1956, Mrs. Harrison H. Ferrell, Vice President, Citizen’s Mental Health Committee
May 20, 1956, Mrs. T. Dana Woodrum, Mrs. Carlos Totten, Woman’s Society of Christian Service, Humphreys Memorial Methodist Church
May 27, 1956, Mrs. C. Oral Lowe, Boyd Memorial Christian Church

Fifth Year Program
September 9, 1956, Mrs. Earl B. Griffee, President, United Church Women, Charleston
September 16, 1956, Mrs. Earl H. Biddle, President, United Church Women, South Charleston
September 23, 1956, Mrs. Jarrett T. Chandler, Director of Human Relations, West Virginia Council of Churches
September 30, 1956, Dr. Truman W. Potter, President, Charleston Ministerial Association
October 7, 1956, Mrs. Wilburn C. Campbell, Christian Education Secretary, Woman’s Auxiliary-The Episcopal Church Diocese of West Virginia
October 21, 1956, Agnes E. Crabtree, Teacher Stonewall Jackson High School, President, West Virginia Association for United Nations
October 28, 1956, Mrs. F. Guy Ash, Chairman, World Community Day, United Church Women, Charleston
November 4, 1956, Mrs. Royal Walther, League of Women Voters
November 11, 1956, Dr. Corma A. Mowrey, Director of Professional Services, West Virginia Education Association
November 18, 1956, Wilma G. Brown, Head of Boys and Girls Department, Kanawha County Public Library
December 2, 1956, Helen H. Stokes, Executive Secretary, Charleston Y.W.C.A.
January 13, 1957, Elizabeth V. Hallanan, Sacred Heart Catholic Church
January 20, 1957, Mrs. Ray Elliott, Bream Memorial Presbyterian Weekday Kindergarten
January 27, 1957, Mrs. Glen Stewart, Humphreys Memorial Methodist Church
February 17, 1957, Evelyn M. Peters, Director, West Virginia State College Players and Mimes
March 10, 1957, Virginia Atkinson, Dean of Girls, Stonewall Jackson High School
March 31, 1957, Mrs. R. E. O’Connor, Director of Children’s Activities, Director of Week Day School, First Presbyterian Church
April 7, 1957, Mrs. Louis W. Cohen, President, Virginia Street Temple Sisterhood, Virginia Street Temple
April 14, 1957, Mrs. Harrison H. Ferrell, President, Kanawha Chapter of West Virginia Mental Health Society
April 28, 1957, May Fellowship (May 3), Mrs. Robert M. Giffen, Chairman-May Fellowship
May 5, 1957, Mrs. Archie Schoonover, President, American Association of University Women, Charleston
May 19, 1957, Mrs. Robert L. Meister, Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church
1957, Sarah Guerry, Mental Health
1957, Mrs. A. T. Stewart, Mrs. Charles Rotgin, Mrs. Andrew Gardner

Sixth Year Program
September 1, 1957, Lucille Gregoire
September 8, 1957, Mrs. Earl B. Griffee
October 13, 1957, Mrs. M. B. Thomas
November 3, 1957, Mrs. Wilburn C. Campbell
November 10, 1957, Dr. Corma Mowrey
November 17, 1957, Nicholas Winowich/Wilma G. Brown/Frances Alderson
December 1, 1957, Mrs. E. Forrest Jones, YWCA
December 8, 1957, Mrs. Edward Foy
1958, Mrs. Charles Cohen, Interfaith Program
January 4, 1958, Newman
February 23, 1958, Mrs. William L. Wallace/Charlotte Meade/Betty Hairston/Bert Garrett/Dezella Hubbard

Seventh Year Program
September 7, 1958, Mrs. Fernon Gregoire, President, United Church Women of West Virginia
September 14, 1958, Mrs. W. Grose Harper, President, United Church Women, Charleston
October 19, 1958, Mrs. Andrew Gardner, Member of National Board of Managers, United Church Women
October 26, 1958, Reverend Carl R. Key, Executive Secretary of West Virginia Council of Churches
November 2, 1958, Mrs. John F. Moss, Chairman, World Community Day
November 9, 1958, Dr. Corma Mowrey, Director of Professional Services, W.Va., Education Association
December 7, 1958, Mrs. Benjamin Newman, President, Ladies Auxiliary, B’nai Jacob Synagogue
December 14, 1958, Mrs. Edward M. Foy, Sacred Heart Catholic Church
December 21, 1958, Mrs. J. B. Goldsmith, St. John’s Episcopal Church
January 11, 1959, Mrs. W. D. Mosely, Chairman, Church Women Magazine, United Methodist Church Women
January 25, 1959, Mrs. Charles Cohen, Co-Chairman of Inter-Faith Projects, Charleston, Virginia Street Temple
February 1, 1959, Mrs. William J. L. Wallace, West Virginia State College
February 22, 1959, John W. McGowan, Executive Director, Kanawha Welfare Council
March 15, 1959, June R. Martin, Executive Secretary, Kanawha County Society for Crippled Children and Adults
April 12, 1959, Mrs. John M. Rutherford, American Association of University Women
May 3, Mrs. Kenneth E. Norcross, Chairman, Mrs. C. H. Stiles, May Fellowship Day
May 24, 1959, Mrs. John Heller, Grace Evangelical Lutheran, St. Albans

Eighth Year Program
September 6, 1959, Mrs. W. Grose Harper, United Church Women of Charleston
September 20, 1959, Mrs. Charles E. Price, Council of United Church Women
October 4, 1959, Reverend F. Elwynn Peace, First Christian Church
November 8, 1959, Mrs. C. W. Bourne, Kanawha County Education Association
November 15, 1959, Rosalynde B. Chancellor/Elsie Mae Davis, First Baptist Church
November 22, 1959, Mr. McGowan, Kanawha Welfare Council
December 6, 1959, Mrs. Myron Bergstrom/Helen Stokes, Charleston YWCA
December 13, 1959, Mrs. Edward Foy, Sacred Heart Catholic Church
December 27, 1959, Mrs. Samuel Zacks, Ladies Auxiliary, B’nai Jacob Synagogue
January 3, 1960, Winifred H. Newman, Christ Methodist Church
January 10, 1960, Mrs. Henry L. Wehrle/Mrs. Benjamin Phillips, League of Women Voters of Charleston
January 17, 1960, Mrs. Niles, Alcohol
January 24, 1960, Mrs. Charles Cohen, Interfaith
February 7, 1960, Mrs. J. Marion Bailey, Women’s Auxiliary to Goodwill Industries
March 6, 1960, Mrs. William J. L. Wallace, West Virginia State College students
March 27, 1960, June R. Martin, Kanawha County Society for Crippled Children and Adults
April 3, 1960, Dr. Eldred, Kanawha County Citizens Council for Better Schools
April 10, 1960, Mrs. Silverstein, Passover
April 24, 1960, Mrs. Harrison Ferrell, Kanawha Chapter of the West Virginia Association of Mental Health
May 15, 1960, Wilma G. Brown/Peggy Smith, New York Herald Tribune, Children’s Spring Festival
May 22, 1960, First Presbyterian Church Kindergarten

Ninth Year Program
September 4, 1960, Mrs. E. Forrest Jones, President, United Church Women, Charleston, West Virginia
September 11, 1960, Mrs. William S. Walker, Jr., President, United Church Women, South Charleston, West Virginia
September 18, 1960, Mrs. Charles E. Price, President, United Church Women, St. Albans, West Virginia
October 2, 1960, Judge Elizabeth V. Hallanan, Judge, Kanawha County Juvenile Court
October 9, 1960, Mrs. Henry L. Wehrle, President, Mrs. Benjamin Phillips, Vice President, League of Women Voters of West Virginia
October 16, 1960, Reverend Carl R. Key, Executive Secretary, West Virginia Council of Churches
November 13, 1960, Marty Wilson, President, Kanawha Council on Human Relations
December 4, 1960, Mrs. C. J. Kennett, President, Charleston Y. W. C.A., Hanging of the Greens, Sunday, December 11
December 11, 1960, Mrs. George Sklar, President, Ladies Auxiliary, B’Nai Jacob Synagogue, Hanukkah or Festival of Lights
December 25, 1960, J. Arthur Jackson, Law Librarian, State of West Virginia, and Laura Jackson Brown, Kanawha County Teacher
January 1, 1961, Winifred H. Newman, Assistant Superintendent, Kanawha County Schools, Christ Church Methodist
January 8, 1961, Mrs. J. Marion Bailey, The Women’s Auxiliary, Goodwill Industries of Kanawha County
January 29, 1961, Mrs. Fred G. Holloway/Mrs. Andrew Gardner, President, Women’s Society of Christian Service of the West Virginia Area of the Methodist Church
February 5, 1961, Mrs. Charles Cohen, Co-Chairman, Inter-Faith Projects, Charleston, West Virginia
February 19, 1961, Mrs. Nelson Eldred, Chairman, The Techniques Committee, Kanawha Valley Council on Human Relations
February 26, 1961, James B. McIntyre/Virginia McIntyre, Kanawha Valley Unitarian Fellowship
March 5, 1961, Mrs. William J. L. Wallace/James Dyer/Lewis Myers/Sylvia Garland, Religious Emphasis Week, West Virginia State College
March 12, 1961, Mrs. Ross Culpepper, Vice President, Kanawha County Council for Girl Scouts, National Girl Scouts Week
May 7, 1961, Dora Ruth Parks/Wilma G. Brown, Head of the Boys and Girls Department, Kanawha County Library, The Children’s Spring Book Festival, Sponsored by the New York Herald Tribune

Tenth Year Program
September 3, 1961, Mrs. E. Forrest Jones, President, United Church Women, Charleston, West Virginia
December 3, 1961, Mrs. Marvyn Cohen, President of the Ladies Auxiliary of B’Nai Jacob Synagogue, Chanukah December 2-9
December 10, 1961, Mrs. Edward Foy, Sacred Heart Catholic Church
December 24, 1961, Christmas Around the World, J. Arthur Jackson, Law Librarian of West Virginia, Laura Jackson Brown, Teacher, George C. Weimer School, St. Albans, West Virginia
January 7, 1962, Mrs. Henry K. Fox, President, The Women’s Auxiliary to the Goodwill Industries
March 11, 1962, Mrs. Ross Culpepper/Mrs. B. Milton Hargrove, National Girl Scout Week, March 11-17, 1962
March 18, 1962, Mrs. Carl Lehman, President, Temple Israel Sisterhood, Passover, March 19
March 25, 1962, Mrs. William J. L. Wallace/Joy Ellis/Norma Taylor/James E. Dyer/David H. Tidquist, Religious Emphasis Week, April 8, West Virginia State College
April 1, 1962, Katherine B. Robinson, Resource Teacher – Educating the Blind with the Seeing, Kanawha County Schools
April 15, 1962, Mrs. Harrison H. Ferrell, Member of the Board of Directors of the West Virginia Association for Mental Health
May 27, 1962, Dotty Talbott, Director of Religious Education, Christ Church Methodist

Eleventh Year Program
September 2, 1962, Mrs. Walter B. Cantrell, President, United Church Women, Charleston, West Virginia, Mrs. B. Milton Hargrove, Vice President
January 6, 1963, Winifred H. Newman, Assistant Superintendent, Kanawha Schools, Christ Church Methodist
January 13, 1963, Gladys McGuire, Secretary, Calvary Baptist Church
February 3, 1963, Mrs. Charles Cohen, Interfaith Projects, Charleston, West Virginia
February 10, 1963, Dr. Naomi Garrett, Chairman, Department of Romance Languages, West Virginia State College, International Students at Prayer
February 17, 1963, Mrs. Charles W. Wilson III, Vice Chairman, State of West Virginia Human Rights Commission, Brotherhood Week February 17
March 3, 1963, Katherine Robinson, Resource Teacher – Educating the Blind with the Seeing, Kanawha County Schools
March 24, 1963, Mrs. William J. L. Wallace/Norma Taylor/Joy Ellis/John Fuller, West Virginia State College, Religious Emphasis Week
March 31, 1963, Mrs. Henry K. Fox, Past President, Goodwill Industries, Auxiliary – Silver Cross Circle, Kings Daughters and Sons
April 7, 1963, Mrs. C. H. Lehman, President, Temple Israel Sisterhood, Passover
April 28, 1963, Mrs. Harrison H. Ferrell, West Virginia Delegate to the Board of Directors of the National Association for Mental Health, President, Board of Directors, The Charleston Guidance Clinics, Dr. Mildred Mitchell Bateman, National Mental Health Week
May 19, 1963, Mrs. R. E. O’Connor, Director, Week Day School, First Presbyterian Church
Mrs. Dunbar Ogden, Mother’s Day, May 10, 1970
Peggy Atkinson, Youth, n.d.
Mrs. Walter Cantrell/Mrs. Leroy Meeker, May Fellowship Day
Chrismon
“Coffee at Coyles” with Annie B, Ruth Norman, interview of Dr. and Mrs. Mordecai Johnson
First Presbyterian Weekday School
Lillian Moller Gilbreth
Mrs. Theodore Goldthorpe
Mrs. Earl B. Griffee
Mrs. Irene Hambrick, Charleston YWCA
Ruth Arnold Jeffers
Book of Job
Mrs. Jones
Frances E. MacNaught
Jackson C. Rhudy/Mrs. Harrison H. Ferrell
Mrs. Stanley Silverstein, Passover
Mrs. Stagg
Reverend and Mrs. Henry R. High
Mrs. William G. Farmar
Mrs. C. Paul Heavener, Children’s Home Society of West Virginia
Mrs. Andrew Gardner, Woman’s Society of Christian Service
Mrs. Andrew Gardner/Mrs. W. G. Moore/Mrs. Don Freeman/Mrs. Henry High, Church and Community Problems
Miscellaneous
Ruth Norman, Biographical Information
WKAZ Letterhead
Mailing List

Box 15
15:1 The Voice of United Church Women of West Virginia, April 1958
15:2 Menus, Compagnie General Transatlantique French Line, 1958
15:3 Strange-Wonderful Happenings, Talk Given By Helen V. Goode
Annual Luncheon Meeting Charleston YWCA, May 16, 1978
15:4 Ruth S. Norman, Introduction of Rev. Leon Howard Sullivan
15:5 Book Lovers of Charleston A32-1985
15:6 Pylon, Atlanta University Review of Race & Culture, 1947
“The Negro on Broadway. 1946-1947” By Miles M, Jefferson (Signed to Mrs., Norman)
15:7 Letterhead Paper, Mrs. John C. Norman
15:8 Storer College Bulletin, Faculty Issue January 1949
15:9 Certificate of Honor, Quiz Kids Best Teacher Contest, 1947, Ruth Norman
15:10 Favorite Pomes By and About Negroes, collected By Ruth Norman, September 9, 1968
15:11 Negro Contributions to American History 1968
15:12 The Negro in Poetry
15:13 World Day of Prayer, 1950-1959
15:14 “A picture of Integration In West Virginia And The Factors Which Determined Its Progress
Jean Thompson Crist, Harvard University, 1963
15:15 Addresses, Ruth Norman
15:16 First Baptist Church, Men’s Day Honor Roll
Charleston February 25, 1968
15:17 Charleston Council of Church Women 1952-1953
15:18 Celebrating 200 years of Methodism, Simpson Memorial Umc, Charleston, 1984
15:19 Program, Inaugural Session, West Virginia Area of The Methodist Church, September 1, 1960
15:20 Church Bulletins
15:21 Program, Philadelphia Tribune Charities, Eleventh Annual Dinner, in Honor of Rev Leon Sullivan
Pastor, 210 N Baptist Church, Philadelphia, April 25, 1963
15:22 Program, Marian Anderson, Contralto, Municipal Auditorium, Charleston, April 28, 1945
15:23 Program, Marian Anderson, contralto, First Baptist Church, Charleston, February 13, 1923
15:24 Profiles, Half Century Members, First Baptist Church, Charleston, February, 1982
15:25 Program, First Baptist Church Sanctuary Choir Spring Concert, June 10 1979
15:26 18th Annual meetings, WV Assn of Higher Ed, WV it, Montgomery, April 1-2, 1955
15:27 Program, Civic Improvement League, 1915-1916
15:28 Charleston Woman’s Improvement League
15:29 International Women’s Year, 1975
15:30 The Links, INC 1973-1983
15:31 Program, Annual Spring Concert, New Some Gospel Chorus , First Baptist Church, Charleston March 17, 1985
15:32 A Second Look From My Window: A Collection of Verses & Vignettes, Helen Lawrence Brown Signed By Author
15:33 Funeral Programs
15:34 James Carmichael Evans
15:35 Mordecai Johnson
15:36 Educations For Freedom: Leadership of Mordecai Wyatt Johnson Howard University, 1926-1960
15:37 Death of Mordecai Johnson
15:38 Singers in The Dawn: Anthology of American Negro Poetry Compiled By Eleazar, 1943
15:39 The Greatest Thing in The World And Other Addresses By Henry Drummond
15:40 Autograph Book, Ruth S Norman, Instructor Public Speaking Class, West Virginia State Summer, 1948
15:41 Webster’s Common School Dictionary
15:42 Articles, Elizabeth Harden Gilmore Charleston Daily Mail February 15, 1980
15:43 Notifications, Ruth Norman, Master of Arts Degree, Columbia University, December 21 1938
15:44 Correspondence, 1940-1949
15:45 Correspondence, 1950-1959
15:46 Correspondence, 1960-1969
15:47 Correspondence, 1970-1979
15:48 Correspondence, 1980-1989
15:49 Correspondence, ND
15:50 Helen Lourie Marshall, June 3, 1969
15:51 William J. L. Wallace
15:52 Ruth Norman
15:53 John C. Norman, Jr.
15:54 Louis B. Russell, Jr. Heart Transplant Patent, September 18, 1973
15:55 Christmas Card from Mr. & Mrs. J. C. Norman
15:56 Ruth Norman Article on Denton Cooley
15:57 Denton Cooley
15:58 Myra Campbell, Redeath if Annie Ruth Berry McKinney, December 1966
15:59 Tony Brown, September 29, 1976
15:60 Eugene Cash (Butter to West Virginia Governors) April 9, 1952
15:61 John W. Davis
15:62 T.G. Nutter, July 6, 1955
15:63 Elizabeth Gee, July 27,1989
15:64 Eugenia Price, July 22, 1967
15:65 J. C. Tressler, Rework on 6th Editions of English in Action, 1951
15:66 Envelopes
15:67 This Night, By Henry H. Davis, May 1956 Closing of Garnet High School
15:68 Program Annual Interfaith Luncheon, Women’s Club of Charleston, February 29, 1956
15:69
15:70 Program, Omega PS1 PH1 Choral Ensemble, Howard University Garnet High School April 10, 1949
15:71 Programs, Boy D. JR High School, Commencement, June 1, 1949
15:72 Program invitation University Commencement, Washington, June 3, 1955
15:73 Article, “The Last word: When Garnet Becomes a Tech School Next Fall, The Soul-Stirring
Speech Choir Also Will Pass Out of Existence.” By Richard A. Reinhart Charleston Gazette, May 20, 1956
15:74 Programs, Garnet High School Commencement, May 27, 1946
15:75 Program, Women’s Day Program, Presented By Women of West Virginia State College, May 1, 1955
15:76 Programs, Word Day of Payer, Sponsored By Senior English Classes, Garnet High School Simpson Memorial Methodist Church, Charleston March 5, 1954
15:77 Programs, World Day of Prayer, Sponsored By Senior Girls Speech Choir, Garnet High School
Simpson Memorial Methodist Church, Charleston February 17, 1956
15:78 “The Eye,” Graduation Issue, Garnet High School, Charleston May 24, 1956
15:79 Programs, 25th Annual Commencement, Byrd-Prillerman High School Raleigh County, May 24, 1955
15:80 Garnet High Schools 1900-1956 Reunion 1985 August 9-11, 1985
15:81 “The Eye” Graduation Issue, Garnet High School, Charleston, May 26, 1955
15:82 Program, Boyd Junior High School Christmas Program, December 19, 1941
15:83 Invitation, Marshall University Commencement, Dr. Leon Sullivan, Speaker, May 13, 1978
15:84 ‘Faith, Hope, Love…” American Bible Society 1976
15:85 Play Bill, “The Wiz” Majestic Theatre
15:86 Let The Bible Help You, By Norman Vincent Peale
15:87 Thought Conditioners, By Norman Vincent Peale
15:88 The Church Woman, December 1964
Includes Article On Ruth Norman
15:89 The Church Woman, November 1952
Includes Mention of Ruth Norman Radio show
15:90 Lists, Howard Alumni
15:91 Article, “I am The Nation” Charleston Gazette, July 4, 1967
15:92 Poems By John C. Harlan
15:93 Zwingo: A Unique Experience in Black History
By John C. Harlan (inscribed to Ruth Norman)
15:94 Image Cards, Famous African- Americans
15:95 Articles, “They Had A Dream”
By George Reasons & Sam Patrick
15:96 Black Contributions To The History Of Christianity: Meaning For Today
By Dr. Frederick Newsome
15:97 A Negro History Quiz, 1939
Compiled By Lorenzo Harris
15:98 Creative Help for Daily Living, 1979-1980

Box 16
Ruth S. Norman
16:1 Clippings 1 of 2
16:2 Clippings 2 of 2
16:3 Planner, 1955
16:4 Notebooks
16:5 Handwritten Notes
16:6 Handwritten Notecards
16:7 Speech, Ruth S. Norman, award by Howard University Alumni Association
16:8 Questions for Mrs. Norman, WKAZ Radio, September 27, 1983
16:9 Speech, Installation Services for the Child Study League, Charleston
16:10 Presentation of the Portrait of Henry Highland Garnet to the Kanawha County Board of Education, Ruth S. Norman, February 12, 1970
16:11 House and Senate Journals (Mrs. Norman opened Senate session with prayer), February 25, 1955
16:12 Biographical Information, Dr. John C. Norman, Jr.
16:13 Biographical Information, John C. Norman
16:14 Biographical Information, Ruth S. Norman
16:15 Key to the First Year College English Workbook by H. Ewell Hope, used by Ruth S. Norman
16:16 Charleston Job Corps
16:17 Charleston Job Corps, Speech Choir, Women’s Job Corps Training Choir
16:18 Charleston Job Corps, Testing Materials
16:19 Charleston Job Corps, record book with photographs, Cultural Studies class, Ruth S. Norman
16:20 World Community Day, November 4, 1960

Box 17
17:1 Letter from Ruth S. Norman to Bible School attendees, 1979
17:2 Miscellaneous Papers, including receipt from Polan’s, One Ten Capitol Street, Charleston
17:3 Survey, to the “Citizens Committee for a West Virginia Human Rights Law, 1967
17:4 Correspondence, to members of Class of 1919, Howard University, March 15, 1979
17:5 Clergy Fare Certificates, Eastern Clergy Bureau, Tunkline, Central Passenger Association, 1948
17:6 Upper Room folder, engraved Ruth S. Norman
17:7 Central Regional Planning Conference, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, August 19-31, 1946
17:8 Program, Forty-fourth Annual Meeting of the National Council of Teachers of English, Detroit, November 25-27, 1954
17:9 West Virginia Council of Churches, 1960 Report
17:10 Program, Parsonage Club Honors Mrs. John C. Norman, Birthday Banquet, First Baptist Church, Charleston, August 6, 1983
17:11 Program, Creative Arts Festival, West Virginia Education Association Auditorium, April 29, 1955
17:12 Brief Glory, A Radio Play, 1936
17:13 Play, The State vs. Joe Miller
17:14 Church Readings, God Created Man and And No One Asked
17:15 Script, Ruth S. Norman, Thanksgiving, 1976
17:16 Letters to Ruth S. Norman from students, Garnet Summer School, July 1963
17:17 Poetry
17:18 West Virginia State College Newsletter, June-July 1987
17:19 Monthly Calendar of Events, West Virginia State College, November 1959
17:20 Program, Berkeley Education Society, 100th Anniversary Dinner, Bermuda, October 11, 1979
17:21 Program, Thirty-First Annual Kanawha Valley Interfaith Meeting, Christ Church 17:22 22 United Methodist, February 23, 1982
17:23 Program, All University Religious Service, Howard University, October 5, 1947
17:24 Program, Third Annual Mordecai Wyatt Johnson Memorial Lecture, Howard University, January 25, 1980
17:25 Program, Sixth Annual Alumni Reception, Howard University, June 2, 1955
17:26 Program, Legislative Prayer Breakfast, March 1, 1985
17:27 Program, Twelfth Annual Interfaith Luncheon, Temple Israel, Charleston, February 22, 1961
17:28 Program, Fifth Annual Interfaith Luncheon, Baptist Temple, February 12, 1954
17:29 Program, Teachers of English in West Virginia, Second Annual Conference, West Virginia State College, November 5, 1955
17:30 Annual Joint Meeting of Council of Jewish Women and YWCA, Virginia Street Temple, March 8, 1954
17:31 Program, with Business, Professional and Industrial Girls, Weekend Conference, Charleston, October 9-10, 1954
17:32 Program, Woman’s Day, First Baptist Church of Vandalia, Charleston, speaker, Mrs. John C. Norman, April 11, 1976
17:33 Annual Report, YWCA, Charleston, 1977
17:34 Program, 12th Annual Meeting, Woman’s Society of Christian Service, West Virginia Conference, St. Marks Church, Charleston, September 30
17:35 Bulletin, Morris Harvey College at Worship, April 15, 1959
17:36 Guest Book, December 1945
17:37 Envelopes
17:38 The Kanawha Teacher, April 4, 1955
17:39 Women and Success: The Anatomy of Achievement, edited by Ruth B. Kundsin
17:40 Letterhead Papers, From the Desk of Soror…
17:41 Articles on the 1960 presidential campaign
17:42 Correspondence, Fannie Marriett Davis, 1951
17:43 Invitation, Birthday Dinner, E. L. James, Jr., 1032 Bridge Road, Charleston, February 24, 1961
17:44 Memoirs, Dora Brown Mickey
17:45 Lillian Moller Gilbreth
17:46 Poetry, Articles
17:47 Newsletter, The Voice of United Church Women of West Virginia, 1958
17:48 Religious Documents
17:49 International Women’s Year, 1975
17:50 Charleston Interstate Chapter, Minutes, n.d.
17:51 Article, Negro in Building Trades
17:52 Article, New Occupational Opportunities for Negroes
17:53 Negro Contributions to American History, prepared by the Summer Curriculum Workshop, Kanawha County Schools, July 1968
17:54 Henry H. Davis, Once Upon a Time, Black Charleston Yesterday and Today
17:55 Notes for Sunrise Exhibit on Negro History, Ancella Bickley
17:56 Radio Spot Announcements for World Day of Prayer, March 1, 1963
17:57 Mid-Week News, First Church of God, Charleston, August 24, 1960
17:58 Program, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Los Angeles, California, July 16, 1988
17:59 The Other Side of Teaching: A Handbook for Future West Virginia Teachers, circa 1948
17:60 Trip to Bermuda, 1940s
17:61 Bermuda Appointment Diary, 1979
17:62 Certificate, Ruth S. Norman, 1987 Washington-Carver Award
17:63 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., et al, Speak on the War in Vietnam
17:64 Speeches of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
17:65 Booklet, Martin Luther King, Jr.: Man and Teacher, 1968

Box 18
Miscellaneous Publications
Boule Journal (October 1950, July 1954, January 1957, April 1958, July 1961, October 1963, Spring 1975, Fall/Winter 1976, Spring 1979, Summer 1979, Winter 1980/81, Winter/Spring 1982, Summer 1982, Fall 1982, Spring 1985)
The Polyphase Duplex Slide Rule, by William E. Breckenridge, 1924
Reading and Literature, 1966
Success in Language and Literature, Unit 5, by Ethel Tincher, et als, 1967
The English Journal, October 1954
How to Find and Apply for a Job, Keily and Walters, 1960
The Gospel Trumpet, September 29, 1951
Stories About Business, by Christobel M. Cordell, 1965
Who’s Who of American Women, Volume I, 1958-1959 (includes entry on Ruth S. Norman)
Ebony, ‘I’ve Been To The Mountaintop,’ Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., May 1968
Black is Beautiful, No. 10, 1969
Access, May/June 1979
Black Enterprise, February 1975
Tony Brown’s Journal, First Quarter 1985
New Directions, Howard University Magazine, July 1976
New Directions, Howard University Magazine, July 1979
New Directions, Howard University Magazine, October 1979
Which Way to Equality? The Afro-American Experience, A Scholastic Unitext, 1968
Concord Academy, 1972-1973
Catalog, The Sherman R. Smoot Company, Inc.
Ivy Leaf, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, June 1954
Ivy Leaf, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Fall 1978
Ivy Leaf, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Fall 1979
Senior Scholastic, Special Issue: The Negro in U. S. History, January 18, 1968 (2 copies)
The Crisis, August 1971
The Crisis, August/September 1979
The Crisis, October 1979
Palm: Liberia’s Newsmagazine, Monrovia Summit ’79, July/August 1979
West Virginia School Journal, September 1971
Graduate Woman, September/October 1979
The Church Woman, January 1975
Leadership of Youth, by Ben Solomon
News n Views, West Virginia Department of Employment Security, October 1979
Consumer Reports, October 1951
Consumer Reports, January 1952
Decision, January 1985
Possibilities, May/June 1985
Girl Scout Calendar, 1985
Howard University Calendar for 1979
Echoes, The Quiet Hour, October 1979
Now, Le Tourneau College, October 1979
AAUW (American Association of University Women) Journal, March 1969
Goldenseal, Black Culture in the Mountain State, October-November 1979
Sheet Music, R. Hoffmann, Op. 25, The First Studies for the Violin, Book 1
Sheet Music, Russow, First Steps, Violin and Piano, No. 107
Yearbook, Garnet High School, 1948
Yearbook, Garnet High School, 1949
Yearbook, Garnet High School, 1949
Yearbook, Stonewall Jackson High School, 1956
Yearbook, Stonewall Jackson High School, 1963
Cassette, Tomorrow, But Not Today, by Norman C. Habel (2)
Cassette, The Healing Power of Jesus, by Norman Vincent Peale
Record Scholastic Magazines Presents: The Sound of 50 Years: the 20’s to the 70’s
45 Record, Let the Spirit of ’76 be the Holy Spirit!, by Janet and Jane
Record, Soft Lights and Sweet Music, by Morton Gould and his orchestra
LP Record (cover only), Music of George Gershwin, by Andre Kostelanetz and his orchestra
Packet, napkins, coasters, and bottle cap, with tiger emblem

Loose
Address Record Book
Address Record Book
Scrapbook, “Memories,” August 6, 1983, 85th birthday, Ruth S. Norman
Scrapbook, Job Corps Center for Women (loose materials)
Scrapbook, Retirement of Ruth S. Norman from Stonewall Jackson High School, 1964
Scrapbook, Church Women’s News
Certificate, Award for Outstanding Achievement in Radio Programs presented to 10B English, Garnet High School, United Fuel, WGKV
Howard University Weekly Calendar, November 3-November 10, 1946 The "Pop-Up" Buck Rogers, 1935 (a favorite book of Dr. John C. Norman, Jr. when he was six years old)

Framed Documents:
Diploma, Ruth Stephenson Norman, Master of Arts, Columbia University, 1938
Certificate, John C. Norman, Registered Professional Engineer, State of West Virginia, 1932
Charcoal drawing, Abraham Lincoln?, by Jack Norman
Drawing, Proposed Second Baptist Church, Weldon, North Carolina, John C. Norman
Diploma, Ruth Lydia Stephenson, Artium Baccalaurei, Howard University
Certificate, John C. Norman, New Jersey State Board of Architects, 1922
Photograph, USS Saratoga
Photograph, USS Saratoga
Drawing, pirate ship, Audrey Lee Fonteneay, 1945
Certificate, John C. Norman, Board of Architects, State of West Virginia, February 15, 1922
Photograph, unidentified woman in wedding gown, Scurlock Photographer, Washington, D.C.
Diploma, Ruth Lydia Stephenson, Garnett High School, 1915

Photographs:
Garnet High School, Class of 1915
Garnet High School Boys Speech Choir, 1949
Ruth Norman, 85th Birthday Celebration, First Baptist Church, Charleston, August 6, 1983 (includes John C. Norman, Jr., Jill Norman, and Tony Brown)
Nannie Preston Stephenson (mother of Ruth Norman)
Norman Family Home, 1118 Second Avenue, Charleston
Old, Family
Jill Norman
Ruth Norman
Ruth Norman
Ruth Norman with Tony Brown
Ruth Norman with students
Ruth Norman with Sharon Rockefeller
Ruth Norman with others
Ruth Norman with others, Annual Women’s Day, Tioga United Methodist Church, Philadelphia, May 16, 1976
John C. Norman and Ruth Norman
John C. Norman with unidentified
Identified
Unidentified
Doris Sewell Norman
John C. Norman, Jr.
John C. Norman, Jr., Howard University, 1947
John C. Norman, Jr., aboard USS Saratoga, September 24, 1957
Dwight D. Eisenhower, aboard USS Saratoga
USS Saratoga
Construction of brick building
Postcards, Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, New York
Needs Work
Slides
Slides


Manuscripts

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