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Mace, R.L. to Sutherland
1914 June 1
Can secure large North Carolina timber tracts and wants him to handle sale.

Sutherland to R.L. Mace
1914 June 2
Wants all the facts regarding tract.

Mace, R.L. to Sutherland
1914 June 3
Thinks they should meet to discuss North Carolina tract and financial arrangements.

Sutherland to R.L. Mace
1914 June 12
Requests that all data be sent regarding property. Cannot present property to people until information is sent. [telegram]

Sutherland to R.L. Mace
1915 February 12
Informs that the Allens not interested in hardwood tract. Sutherland will devote more time to the matter after March.

Sutherland to R.L. Mace
1915 February 17
Will give matter early attention.

Madden, Peter to Sutherland
1911 February 16
Wants him to support the Columbus Day bill.

Sutherland to Peter Madden
1912 February 1
Request his opinion of sentiment of Roaring Creek citizens in regard to nomination for President.

Madden, Peter to Sutherland
1912 February 1
Unable at present to provide data regarding Presidential nomination. Plans to support Taft. (typed on same letter as previous summary) Sutherland to Peter Madden
1912 May 24
Will appreciate his vote and influence.

Madden, Peter to Sutherland
1912 October 30
Discusses political situation at Coalton.

Madden, Peter to Sutherland
1912 October 31
Discusses political situation at Roaring Creek District on eve of election.

Sutherland to Peter Madden
1912 November 7
Glad of the election results at Coalton.

Madden, Peter to Sutherland
1914 September 26
Told Governor he can handle position.

Madden, Peter to Sutherland
1915 August 3
Wants to borrow money.

Sutherland to Peter Madden
1915 August 5
Unable to loan money. Wants him to get sentiment of people regarding candidates.

Madden, Peter to Sutherland
1915 August 22
Informs that Hatfield has lead in Harrison County.

Sutherland to Peter Madden
1915 August 25
Thinks general sentiment favor his candidacy for Senate. Regrets not able to loan money.

Sutherland to Lucy Madeira
1914 September 23
Informs that he cannot enter daughter at her school. However, may do so after the election.

Madeira, Lucy to Sutherland
1914 September 29
Sorry Virginia cannot attend her school. Glad she is taking a two year course.

[Lucy Madeira]
Spalding, Sarah to Sutherland
1915 January 3
Informs that Miss Madeira will be glad to meet him.

[Lucy Madeira]
Spalding, Sarah to Sutherland
1915 September 4
Discusses allowing his daughter to enter Miss Madeira's school.

Sutherland to Lucy Madeira
1916 September 8
Uncertain what to do about daughter entering her school; will contact her on the matter very soon.

Sutherland to H.B. Mahan
1915 November 16
Thanks him for photographs taken on their trip to Bluefield.

Maier, W.J. to Sutherland
n.d.
ink is too faint to read

Sutherland to Charleston Daily Mail
1913 March 29
Wants newspaper sent to Washington D.C.

Malone, Milton to Sutherland
1912 July 20
Offers to print and mail his circular campaign letter in The Miner.

Sutherland to Milton S. Malone
1912 August 10
Thanks him for offer; not certain how much work he will do during campaign.

Malone, Milton S. to Sutherland
1912 November 15
Wants position as State Librarian. Hopes he can help him in securing the position. A.L. Banks would like to be his Washington messenger.

Sutherland to M.S. Malone
1912 November 18
He cannot embarrass Hatfield with recommendations for various state positions, but will speak a word for him if opportunity arises. Will not know if he can appoint a messenger until Congress convenes.

Malone, M.S. to Sutherland
1912 November 21
Wants him to write a letter of recommendation.

Sutherland to M.S. Malone
1912 November 25
Explains why he cannot write recommendation letter.

Sutherland to Richard H. Malone
1916 January 10
Thanks him for card and photograph.

Mann, Isaac T. to Sutherland
1912 November 18
Congratulates him on election. Hopes he will support his candidacy for United States Senate.

Sutherland to I.T. Mann
1912 November 26
Regards him highly for Senate position, but will remain neutral in the matter.

Mann, Isaac T. to Sutherland
1912 December 3
Realizes he is under obligations to present candidates. Due to his personality, does not think he can remain neutral until the race is over.

Sutherland to Isaac T. Mann
1912 December 14
Rather sorry he personally cannot enter race.

Sutherland to Isaac Mann
1915 July 25
Wants to know if announcement regarding his candidacy was authoritative. Wants to see him concerning White Sulphur Springs land.

Mann, Isaac to Sutherland
1915 July 27
Recent announcement regarding candidacy untrue.

Sutherland to W.L. Manning
1912 May 23
Hopes to see him soon at Moundsville.

Sutherland to W.L. Mansfield
1913 April 28
Informs that he sent letter and check to Relief Committee, but has not received acknowledgment. His Huntington Herald-Dispatch is not sent regularly.

Manufacturers Record to Sutherland
1916 July 28
Sends copy of their publication; wants him to subscribe. [copy follows]

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Markwood, C.E. to Sutherland
1912 November 7
Seeks his aid in securing postmaster job for next four years.

Sutherland to C.E. Markwood
1912 November 13
Informs his position is secure. Appreciates his work in campaign.

Sutherland to Marquis, A.N. Company
1913 February 15
Wants copy of article prior to publishing. Also wants to know when it will be printed.

Marsh, Charles E. to Sutherland
1916 October 27
Encloses check in payment of judgement he holds against Elizabeth Keenan and husband.

Sutherland to Charles E. Marsh
1916 November 29
Blank releases he sent were not in proper form. Encloses release covering the matter.

Marsh, J.F. to Sutherland
1912 October 22
Discusses Sutherland's itinerary.

Marsh, J.F. to Sutherland
1912 --- --
Discusses Sutherland's schedule for upcoming week.

Marsh, J.F. to Sutherland
1912 November 4
Encloses copy of his itinerary. [copy follows]

Sutherland to J.F. Marsh
1912 November 13
Appreciates kind words of congratulations and his hard work during the campaign.

Sutherland to H.B. Marshall
1917 January 26
Wants him to place a value on the Burnsville lot.

Marshall, H.B. to Sutherland
1917 January 30
Feels $450 fair price for lot.

Sutherland to H.B. Marshall
1917 February 7
Will sell lot for $500 and give him commission for its sale.

Sutherland to Attorney John Marshall
1913 April 29
Wants him to delivery check and notes as well as obtain original notes from Mr. Hofmeier.

Marshall, John to Sutherland
1913 May 1
Discusses arrangement which Mr. Hofmeier is willing to make in regards to Sutherland's notes.

Sutherland to John Marshall
1913 May 2
Encloses new notes made out to Hofmeier.

Marshall, John to Sutherland
1915 August 12
Informs that some friends favor him as a senatorial candidate.

Sutherland to John Marshall
1915 August 14
Discusses political situation around the state.

Marshall, John to Sutherland
1915 August 17
Discusses his findings regarding Hatfield, White, and his candidacy.

Sutherland to John Marshall
1915 August 20
Suggest others write to Senator Scott regarding the true state of affairs.

Marshall, John to Sutherland
1915 August 20
Suggest he meet with Tom Logan.

Sutherland to John Marshall
1915 August 20
Discusses his findings on the political situation.

Marshall, John to Sutherland
1915 September 3
Thinks Sen. Scott helped put White in race; thinks divided opposition to Hatfield will nominate him.

Sutherland to Senator O.S. Marshall
1912 March 5
Asks his opinion in regards to becoming a candidate for Congressman-at-Large.

Sutherland to Oliver S. Marshall
1912 November 30
Pleased he was elected.

Sutherland to O.S. Marshall
1912 December 2
Letter he wrote was mistakenly sent to Chester.

[C. H. Marstiller]
Sutherland to Whom it May Concern
1913 January 28
Letter of recommendation for C.H. Marstiller.

Marstiller, C.H. to Sutherland
1913 January 29
Received his recommendations. Appreciates the same.

Martin, Arthur to Sutherland
1913 June 26
Encloses statement for dues owed to Elkins Masonic Chapter. [copy follows]

Sutherland to Arthur Martin
1913 July 19
Thinks he should be credited for Nydegger's bond.

Martin David G. to Sutherland
1915 July 6
Is sending map showing Knobly Mountain Orchard.

Sutherland to David G. Martin
1915 July 7
Map will be very useful.

Sutherland to E.W. Martin
1913 January 3
Wants him to get accurate information regarding volume of rock and gas pressure on farm in his county. Interested in leasing farms if pressure is good.

Sutherland to E.W. Martin
1914 January 5
Encloses proxy regarding Buckhannon Relief Oil & Gas Company.

Martin, H.B. to Sutherland
1915 December 14
Wants to buy some of his Baldwin Supply stock.

Sutherland to H.B. Martin
1915 December 15
Does not wish to sell his stock.

Sutherland to H.B. Martin
1915 December 16
Hopes he succeeds in getting stock he wants.

Martin, H.B to Sutherland
1917 February 8
Wants to buy some of his Baldwin Supply Co. stock.

Sutherland to H.B. Martin
1917 February 9
Discusses his stock in company.

Sutherland to J.R. Martin
1916 December 5
Appreciates offer of house; has no plans to bring family to Washington.

Martin, Mrs. K.B. to Sutherland
1915 December 1
Congratulates him on win. Has house for rent in Washington if he is interested.

Martin, Katerine B. Marchtin
n.d.
Sends the number of her house on Massachusetts Ave.

[Maryland Life Insurance Company of Baltimore]
Wooton, W.H. to Sutherland
1913 July 28
Wants to know if he would be interested in becoming agent for his insurance company.

Sutherland to John W. Mason, Jr.
1914 June 8
Extends congratulations and best wishes upon the arrival of their son.

Sutherland to John W. Mason
1915 November 9
Wishes him success during his Judgeship term.

Mason, John W. to Sutherland
1915 November 10
Appreciates his letter; offers his services.

Mason, John to Sutherland
1915 November 11
Appreciates his kind work and expression of confidence.

Sutherland to John W. Mason Jr.
1915 November 16
Appreciates his letter and hopes his father's health continues to be good under the labors he has undertaken.

Sutherland to William Mason
1915 November 9
Hopes his father finds the duties of new position pleasant.

[Masonic Rites] Blayney, L.W. to Sutherland
1913 May 8
Circular letter informing of upcoming reunion of Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite. List of petitions must be voted on. [list follows]

Massey, L.C. to Sutherland
1916 January 15
Expresses his opinion of political situation in state.

Sutherland to L.C. Massey
1916 January 17
Discusses political situation with reference to Hatfield, Robinson, and Lilly.

Matheny, A.H. to Sutherland
1915 December 17
Informs that Senate position has not been discussed; will seek the sentiment of those in his area if he is interested.

Sutherland to A.H. Matheney
1916 January 6
Will be glad to get information on Senatorship.

-------- Matthews, to Sutherland
1912 May 27
Sends names of delegates to Huntington convention.

Matthews, Leonard to Sutherland
1913 September 30
Discusses his children and times with Sutherland's father.

Sutherland to Leonard Matthews
1913 October 15
Delighted to hear his daughter is doing so well; pleased he wrote so pleasantly of his father.

Sutherland to S.B. Matthews
1911 October 20
Wants to know if Sutherland is still the "referee" in Randolph County for federal appointments. If not, who is looking after the matter?

Matthews, S.V. to Sutherland
1911 January 3
Thinks Republicans should meet several days prior to opening of Legislature.

Sutherland to S.V. Matthews
1911 April 15
Acknowledges letter he and Senator Scott sent in regards to naming postmasters. Assures them he plans to appoint reliable Republicans.

Sutherland to S.V. Matthews
1911 October 30
Recommends J.H. Babb for postmaster position at Jennningston, Tucker County. Laurel River Lumber Company desires his appointment.

Sutherland to Albert Mathewson
1914 December 1
Will take up matter within a short time. Expects to close a timber sale within the next two weeks.

Maxwell, C.W. to Sutherland
1911 February 4
Requests copy of bill amending charter of Elkins. [telegram]

Sutherland to Claude W. Maxwell
1913 January 27
Wants to know if Mr. Moore would be exchanging British Columbia property for Pittsburgh land.

Sutherland to Claude W. Maxwell
1913 February 25
Request he get reliable report on amount of timber on property.

Sutherland to C.W. Maxwell
1913 March 24
Sorry unable to get information regarding timber. Has been advised to have it cruised by specific firm.

Maxwell, C.W. to Sutherland
1914 September 9
Appreciates check; sorry he was not there for Homecoming Week.

Maxwell, Claude W. to Sutherland
1916 August 28
Discusses business proposition involving Valley Company lands.

Maxwell, Claude to Sutherland
1916 August 28
Encloses letter he can show Valley Company officials.

Sutherland to C.W. Maxwell
1916 August 29
Does not think company would be willing to tie up land with a lengthy contract. When his party is ready to talk business - will show property.

Maxwell, C.W. to Sutherland
1916 September 2
Discusses several land tracts up for sale.

Sutherland to C.W. Maxwell
1916 September 4
Will see stockholders in regards to selling the Valley Company lands. Will see Strader and Yokum regarding his property.

Maxwell, Claude to Sutherland
1917 February 21
Informs he is getting ready to drill part of Middle Fork land; determined to sell Valley Company lands.

Sutherland to C.W. Maxwell
1917 February 27
Will confer with Mr. Hendley regarding Valley Company lands; thinks company will sell at a fair price.

Maxwell, Frank F. to Sutherland
1912 September 9
Can supply official data he may need for campaign.

Maxwell, W.B. & E.L. to Sutherland
1913 January 8
Informs their firm has received a claim against him.

Folder William B. Matthews

Sutherland to W.B. Matthews
1910 November 22
Discusses the Senate president position.

Matthews, W.B. to Sutherland
1910 November 25
Had conversation with Governor MacCorkle and he agrees that Sutherland should be named President of the Senate. Will assure Governor of Sutherland's fairness and impartibility in regards to committees.

Sutherland to William B. Matthews
1910 November 30
Appreciates his interest in his candidacy. Does not think there will be a large fight between the Republicans.

Matthews, W.B. to Sutherland
1912 January 2
Thanks him for calendar and wishes him a good year.

Matthews, W.B. to Sutherland
1912 March 25
Forwarding photograph of all the Judges who served on the Supreme bench of West Virginia. Requests information regarding men if he can supply same.

Sutherland to W.B. Matthews
1912 April 4
Thanks him for photograph; unable to provide data on men at this time.

Matthews, W.B. to Sutherland
1912 April 12
Expresses his views on political situation. Wants to know how Governor's race looks to him.

Sutherland to W.B. Matthews
1912 April 13
Discusses his findings in regards to the candidate for Congressman-at-Large. Unable to obtain an accurate judgement concerning Governor's race.

Sutherland to W.B. Matthews
1912 May 8
Will be glad to do what he can for Judge Poffenbarger. Will be glad to pay for clerical work if his friends will write letters on his behalf.

Matthews, W.B. to Sutherland
1912 September 20
Will not be able to attend Good Roads meeting. Can expect large votes in Eastern Panhandle.

Sutherland to W.B. Matthews
1912 November 7
Will do all he can to justify his nomination.

Sutherland to W.B. Matthews
1914 September 17
Pleased with decision of Court in regard to the Registrar's case.

Matthews, W.B. to Sutherland
1914 December 17
Someone in Auditor's Office or elsewhere suggests new congressional districts. Senator England will vote for it if Sutherland requests. Encloses map.

Sutherland to W.B. Matthews
1914 December 19
Expresses his views on redistricting matter. Wants to be kept posted.

Sutherland to W.B. Matthews
1915 January 27
Discusses redistricting as proposed.

Matthews W.B. to Sutherland
1915 April 20
Advises him the cost of running for Senate is expensive. Discusses other persons interested in political positions.

Sutherland to W.B. Matthews
1915 May 25
Discusses his chances of being elected.

Matthews, W.B. to Sutherland
1915 May 27
Advises he should not run for Senate. Thinks Mann will either run for Senate or support A.B. White.

Sutherland to W.B. Matthews
1915 June 1
Glad to receive his opinion of political matters. Does not think Mann or Lilly can win.

Matthews, W.B. to Sutherland
1915 June 20
Thinks that Judge Robinson wants Senate position without a contest while Waugh wants Congress role.

Sutherland to W.B. Matthews
1915 June 26
Informs that he did not authorize announcement. Discusses political situation.

Sutherland to W.B. Matthews
1916 January 18
Wants to know inside purposes of movement which has resulted in White becoming a Senatorial candidate. Also, wants opinion in regard to his personal chances.

Matthews, W.B. to Sutherland
1916 January 20
Feels sudden turn of senatorial matters is more or less mystery, although governor will probably stay out of it.

Sutherland to W.B. Matthews
1916 January 21
Wants most informative information regarding Hatfield's intentions on Senatorship race. Will run if he gets out.

Matthews, W.B. to Sutherland
1916 January 22
Informs that Mr. Bernheim does not think Hite's candidacy will affect the Governor's decision one way or another. Some think the Governor will run if field gets filled, not one excited over Hite's candidacy.

Sutherland to W.B. Matthews
1916 January 29
Thinks Hatfield will find an excuse to enter race. Sentiment of people reassuring.

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Sutherland to Meadow River Lumber Company
1912 November 15
Appreciates his assistance during campaign.

Meadows, J.E. to Sutherland
1915 October 13
Informs him of the sentiment of Negro citizens.

Sutherland to J.E. Meadows
1915 October 20
Appreciates his views regarding Negro sentiments.

Means, C.M. to Sutherland
1915 November 17
Wants him to write J.L. Fisher regarding coal property near Flemington if it is available.

Sutherland to C.M. Means
1915 November 18
Wrote to Fisher regarding coal property.

Meany, John T. to Sutherland
1913 February 3
Calls his attention to several houses in the neighborhood that are for rent.

Junior Mercantile Company to Sutherland
1912 November 9
Wants address of E.M. Hudnick.

Meier, F.R. to Sutherland
1913 January 30
Seeks a high-grade timber tract in West Virginia that is for sale.

Sutherland to F.R. Meier
1913 February 7
Informs that it is impossible to find spruce tract in state. Knows of only one tract unsold but it is tied up in litigation. Gives full details on tract.

Meier, F.R. to Sutherland
1914 September 17
Wants to know if he has any attractive propositions.

Sutherland to F.R. Meier
1914 September 21
Unable to give attention to business matters until after November 3rd.

Meier, F.R. to Sutherland
1915 March 20
Offers his service as forester.

Sutherland to F.R. Meier
1915 April 30
Describes British Columbia timber tract he can offer.

Meigs and Heisse to Sutherland
1913 March 8
Seeks a reference for William Tyree.

Sutherland to Meighs and Heisse
1913 March 11
Informs that William Tyree would make a good agent. Discusses his strengths.

Meredith, W.A. to Sutherland
1912 January 3
Will publish his biographical sketch for $20 fee.

Sutherland to W.A. Meredith
1912 January 6
Declines his offer to publish data.

Sutherland to W.S. Meredith
1912 March 3
Asks his opinion regarding becoming a candidate.

Sutherland to W.S. Meredith
1912 March 9
Seeks advise regarding the Congressman-at-Large position against C.F. Teter.

Meredith, W.S. to Sutherland
1912 March 9
Thinks Sutherland would be a strong candidate; would like to discuss matter.

Sutherland to W.S. Meredith
1912 March 12
Discusses his and others chances as candidate.

Sutherland to W.S. Meredith
1912 May 23
Thinks he will be nominated; will appreciate his support.

Merriman T.M. to Sutherland
1916 April 28
Needs information regarding bonds in order to settle an estate.

Sutherland to T.M. Merriman
1916 May 2
Advises him on bonds in question.

Merwin, David S. to Sutherland
1913 January 27
Declines to handle property.

Merwin, David S. to Sutherland
1913 February 3
Describes houses their company has for rent.

Sutherland to Davis S. Merwin
1913 January 27
Returns description.

Metropolitan Club
1914 --- --
Information regarding the Metropolitan Club.

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Sutherland to Rev. A.E. Michaels
1912 May 8
Requests his support and that of his friends in Lincoln County.

Sutherland to A.E. Michaels
1913 March 29
Encloses statement regarding collection of rents. Advises he can no longer attend to same. [statement follows]

Sutherland to Rev. A.E. Michaels
1914 May 11
Enclosed unpaid bill covering work on building.

Sutherland to Mrs. J.C. Michaels
1914 May 11
Encloses copy of her account to T.W. Stalnaker who will contact her regarding the same.

Miley, Paul to Sutherland
1917 February 10
Thanks him on behalf of the chapter for his photograph.

Sutherland to Paul Miley
1917 February 15
Would be a pleasure to meet with his chapter whenever possible.

Miller, A.D. to Sutherland
1917 January 23
Wants to know how much he wants for Burnsville lot.

Sutherland to A.D. Miller
1917 January 26
Will consider an offer for the lot.

Sutherland to B.H. Miller
1912 May 23
Asks for his support.

Miller, Claude E. to Sutherland
1914 May 4
Offers him one of his Ford automobiles and drivers at no obligation.

Sutherland to C.E. Miller
1914 May 7
Will avail himself of a car at first opportunity.

Miller, E.T. to Sutherland
1912 November 8
Congratulates him on win.

Sutherland to E.T. Miller
1912 November 8
Pleased to hear from Beta Brother.

Sutherland to E.T. Miller
1912 November 13
Thanks him for assistance during campaign.

Miller, Edwin W. to Sutherland
1917 August 3
Seeks his assistance in getting appointment to officers training camp.

Miller, E.W. to Sutherland
1917 August 6
Informs that West Virginia furnished required number of men. Knows of no vacancies at present.

Miller, George to Sutherland
1915 August 3
Plans to name son after him. Urges him to support Cooper's pension case.

Sutherland to George Miller
1915 August 6
Honored that he named son for him. Plans to pursue Cooper's pension case. Wants data regarding political sentiment of local citizens.

Miller, George E. to Sutherland
1915 August 21
Local people favor him for Senate or Congressman. Will support him. New son was named Howard Sutherland Miller. Sutherland to George E. Miller
1915 August 25
Thanks for information regarding citizens' sentiment.

Sutherland to George E. Miller
1915 December 24
Appreciates photograph of his son.

Sutherland to J.C. Miller
1917 February 15
Thinks might be able to sell Wayne County coal land.

Miller, Warren to Sutherland
1912 March 11
Thinks if he becomes acquainted with local citizens he could get their support.

Sutherland to Warren Miller
1912 March 13
Has not decided what office he will seek.

Sutherland to William R. Miller
1912 August 10
Wants information on political situation in his area.

Sutherland to William R. Miller
1912 August 14
Will make contribution to the Marching club. Wants data regarding political situation in his area.

Sutherland to George Mills
1913 March 24
Wants information concerning rental apartment.

Sutherland to A.C. Minear
1914 June 19
Discusses note he and three others have due.

Sutherland to C.W. Minear
1913 February 24
Encloses renewal note and checks.

Sutherland to C.W. Minear
1913 October 21
Will send renewed note as soon as Mr. Swisher signs it.

Minear, C.W. to Sutherland
1914 June 26
Urges him to make arrangements regarding note past due.

Sutherland to C.W. Minear
1914 June 27
Informs that Mr. Swisher is unable to pay his portion of due note (which is one third of the total note). Encloses check covering discount.

Minear, C.W. to Sutherland
1914 October 22
Insists his one thousand dollar note be paid.

Sutherland's Secretary to C.W. Minear
1914 October 23
Informs that Mr. Sutherland is out of the office; will bring his letter to his attention.

Minear, C.W. to Charles S. Robb
1914 October 28
Demands he, Sutherland, and Swisher pay due note.

[Mingo County Progressive Executive Committee]
Juhling, E.R. to Sutherland
1912 November 30
Informs him of upcoming meeting of Progressive party.

Minshall, Nina R. to Sutherland
1910 May 4
Requests a letter of recommendation on behalf of her brother. He is applying for a job as postmaster.

Sutherland to Nina R. Minshall
1910 May 7
Will be glad to help her brother.

Minshall, Nina R. to Sutherland
1910 May 10
Provides name and address of her brother.

Minshall, Nina to Sutherland
1910 May 11
Wrote to Senator Elkins regarding her brother.

[Nina Minshall]
Frederick Minshall to Sutherland
1910 May 31
Thanks him for writing to Senator Elkins.

Minshall, Nina to Sutherland
1910 July 12
Inquires if Senator Elkins has done anything in regard to her brother's application for postmaster position.

Sutherland to Nina Minshall
1910 July 13
Will speak with Senator Elkins regarding her brother.

Minshall, Irwin Nina to Sutherland
1910 December 3
Informs that her brother was named postmaster; thanks him for his help in the matter.

Minshall, Frederic to Sutherland
1910 December 12
Thanks him for his assistance.

[Nina Minshall]
Sutherland to Mrs. Wylie Irwin
1910 December 13
Acknowledges her recent letter.

[Nina Minshall]
Sutherland to Frederick Minshall
1910 December 15
Glad he received postmaster job.

Sutherland to C.C. Mitchell
1916 January 8
Discusses his family; sends best wishes to family.

Sutherland to C.E. Mitchell
1912 May 24
Thanks him for his support.

Mitchell, James to Sutherland
1912 February 7
Informs that people he talked with favored Roosevelt.

Sutherland to R.E. Mitchell
1912 December 2
Wants official certificate showing the vote result for the county.

Sutherland to R.E. Mitchell
1912 December 2
Has not yet received official certificate. [2 copies]

Sutherland to R.E. Mitchell
1912 December 6
Received vote information.

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Mockler, C.N. to Sutherland
1912 May 6
Informs that the State Encampment of the G.A.R. will be held in Mannington in the next few weeks. Informs that he will not support Teter for the nomination. [list follows]

[J. Moltz]
Murray, Dr. J.A. to J. Moltz
1911 September 25
Has asked Sutherland to write him regarding Georgia timber land.

[Montague Mailing Machinery Company]
Stoner, L.R. to Sutherland
1913 April 9
Wants to sell him addressing machine.

Montague, R.C. to Sutherland
1912 November 7
Offers congratulations on triumphant election.

Sutherland to R.C. Montague
1912 November 8
Appreciates invitation and kind words; much needs to be done toward solidifying party.

Montague, Rev. R.C. to Sutherland
1915 October 14
Asks for financial assistance to add on to the church building.

Sutherland to Rev. R. Cary Montague
1915 October 21
Will probably contribute at later time.

Montgomery, John to Sutherland
1913 August 13
Discusses his recent visit. Hopes he and Effie can visit him in Missouri.

Sutherland to Lee Montgomery
1913 August 27
Hopes he can visit them in Washington. Doubts if family can travel to Missouri for awhile.

Sutherland to Samuel B. Montgomery
1912 March 4
Wants to know if he plans to be candidate for Congressman-at-Large. May run himself if he chooses not to.

Montgomery, Samuel B. to Sutherland
1912 March 9
Will contact him once he reaches decision regarding his candidacy.

Sutherland to S.B. Montgomery
1912 March 12
Wants to know this week if he will be a candidate.

Montgomery, S.B. to Sutherland
1912 April 4
Informs he will carry Tucker and Mineral Counties if he is candidate. Many are against Charles F. Teter.

Montgomery, S.B. to Sutherland
1912 April 16
Thinks he should make a definite announcement regarding his intentions.

Sutherland to S.B. Montgomery
1912 April 19
Becoming more encouraged over nomination; only trouble areas are in southern states. Trying to drive wedge between their counties to break out any opposition. Thinks he will be successful.

Sutherland to S.B. Montgomery
1912 ------
Discusses canvass reports he has made in regard to his candidacy. Wants his support.

Sutherland to S.B. Montgomery
1912 November 13
Appreciates his support. Feels he could have won if had remained in the fight.

Moore, Archibald to Sutherland
1912 April 9
Will appreciate his support.

Moore, Archibald to Sutherland
1912 April 16
Has opposition for Agriculture position. Wants his support for same. Would be delighted to see him become Congressman-at-Large.

Moore, Archibald to Sutherland
1912 April 9
Thinks he will be elected and offers support. Seeks support for the Commissioner of Agriculture position.

Moore, Rev. Archibald to Sutherland
1912 April 16
Informs that others have decided to run against him in his bid for the Commissioner of Agriculture.

Sutherland to Archibald Moore
1912 April --
Feels that he is likely to have some opposition.

Sutherland to Archibald Moore
1912 -----
With pleasure, informs that he has no opposition for the position of Commissioner of Agriculture.

Moore, A.B. to Sutherland
1915 November 28
Believes better for party if Hatfield remained out of race. Number of people favor Sutherland.

Sutherland to A.B. Moore
1915 December 9
Expresses his views on Hatfield's possible candidacy.

Sutherland to C.F. Moore
1912 May 23
Informs that he wrote letter to Luke Brothers seeking their support of his candidacy. Refers to opponent C.F Teter.

Moore, Everett to Sutherland
1912 March 8
Thinks all candidates should have opposition. Offers his support.

Sutherland to Everett T. Moore
1912 March 9
Discusses probability of becoming a candidate.

Moore, J.E. to Sutherland
1912 November 7
Wants to purchase small farm in Randolph County. Would like Sutherland's assistance in the matter.

Moore & Keppel Company to Sutherland
1912 October 24
Pledges their active support.

Sutherland to Moore & Keppel Company
1912 November 15
Appreciates their support and efforts.

Moore, Keppel and Company to Sutherland
1912 November 25
Wants information of eighty acres. Encloses check. Refers to Valley Company payment.

Sutherland to J.B. Moore
1912 December 18
Wants info on small piece of timber he mentioned.

Moore, J.B. to Sutherland
1912 December 21
Informs that the timber is only worth $200. Advises that they wait a few years before cutting it.

Sutherland to J.B. Moore
1912 December 23
Informs offer he made for timber is ridiculous.

Sutherland to J.B. Moore
1915 May 25
Has client, wants price of their Middle Fork holdings.

Sutherland to J.B. Moore
1915 June 7
Client only wants to buy timber and timber rights. Requests lowest price they will take.

Sutherland to Moore, Keppel and Company
1914 August 7
Offers his timber tract for sale.

Sutherland to Moore, Keppel and Company
1914 September 2
Discusses the timber tract he wants to sell them.

Sutherland to J.B. Moore
1914 September 22
Wants fair price for Three Forks timber.

Moore, J.B. to Sutherland
1914 September 30
Informs their earlier letter concerning prices they would pay for his tract was not a joke. Will buy timber tract at price they offered.

Sutherland to Moore, Keppel and Company
1914 October 2
Wants their offer on his timber tract.

Moore, Keppel and Company to Sutherland
1914 October 7
Discusses price and terms to purchase his tract.

Moore, Keppel and Company to Sutherland
1914 October 10
Informs he would be foolish to sell timber tract at price they offered. Will hold it indefinitely before selling at that price.

Moore, Keppel and Company to Sutherland
1914 November 27
Informs he failed to name price he wants for land. Cautions not to make it too high if he wants to deal.

Sutherland's Secretary to Moore, Keppel & Co.
1914 November 28
Will forward their letter to Elkins.

Sutherland to Moore, Keppel and Company
1914 November 30
Discusses terms he will sell land.

Moore, Keppel and Company to Sutherland
1914 December 2
Informs he ask too much - makes counteroffer.

Moore, Keppel and Company to Sutherland
1914 December 7
Cannot pay more than offered.

Sutherland to Moore, Keppel and Company
1914 December 7
Accepts their offer.

Moore, Keppel and Company to Sutherland
1914 December 8
Deed received. Encloses check.

Sutherland to Moore, Keppel and Company
1914 December 10
Received check for land.

Moore, J.B. to Sutherland
1915 June 5
He does not want to sell the land unless proposition was large and included cash payment.

Moore, J.B. to Sutherland
1915 June 12
Suggest his client name price willing to pay.

Sutherland to J.B. Moore
1915 June 14
Informs it would be unusual for prospective buyer to name price. Wants to discuss matter if serious.

Moore, J.B. to Sutherland
1915 June 26
Suggest getting client to suggest price.

Sutherland to J.B. Moore
1915 June 28
Suggests submitting price for property.

Moore, J.B. to Sutherland
1915 July 7
Names price and conditions they want for property.

Sutherland to J.B. Moore
1915 July 22
At price of two thousand dollars will be glad to take matter up with client.

Moore, J.B. to Sutherland
1915 July 26
Informs they will not consider price he mentioned. Does not think his people have seen property or they would appreciate it better.

Sutherland to J.B. Moore
1915 July 31
Informs his clients are familiar with their Middle Fork property and there is a chance of them considering asking price.

Sutherland to Moore, Keppel and Company
1915 December 2
Wants to know if there was a stamp on deed mailed in December.

Sutherland to Joe B. Moore
1916 April 10
Will get pony back if he is interested in buying her. Will appreciate his support during priMarchy.

Moore, Joe B. to Sutherland
1916 May 2
Wants to buy pony.

Sutherland's Secretary to J.B. Moore
1916 May 4
Acknowledges his letter.

Sutherland to J.B. Moore
1916 May 15
Acknowledges his letter. Thanks him for assistance.

Sutherland to John C. Moore Corporation
1915 July 12
Would like to know if they have looseleaf scrapbook.

Moore, J.C. Corporation to Sutherland
1915 July 14
Discusses scrapbooks they have available.

[J.C. Moore Corporation]
Langworthy, H.P. to Sutherland
1915 August 7
Would appreciate an answer to their letter.

Moore, J.C. Corporation to Sutherland
1915 July 26
Inquires if he received their letter.

Sutherland to J.C. Moore Corporation
1915 August 9
Informs he has filed information sent and will give it consideration.

Moore & Hill to Sutherland
1913 January 20
Would like to sell or rent him a Washington home.

Sutherland to Hill & Moore
1913 January 27
Discusses type of house he is interested in renting.

Hill & Moore to Sutherland
1913 March 11
Informs they sold house he was looking through; wants to show him other properties.

Sutherland to Moore & Hill
1913 March 12
Will wait until fall to locate a house. Moore, Thomas to Sutherland
1910 November 1
Wants funds for workers.

Sutherland to Thomas Moore
1910 November 11
Informs that he was mistaken about the Republican committee having money.

[Moorefield Examiner]
McCoy, Sam A. to Sutherland
1916 January 13
Will carry his announcement for Congress in Examiner for fee.

[Moorefield Examiner]
Sutherland to S.A. McCoy
1916 January 15
Will keep his proposition in mind.

Morgan, M.E. to Sutherland
1912 November 29
Encloses a resolution adopted by Marion County Executive Committee endorsing J.G. Prichard. Asks him for support.

Sutherland to M.E. Morgan
1912 December 12
Informs he is committed to M.S. Hodges. Advises that Prichard should have conference with Mr. Hodges on the matter.

Sutherland to W.T.W. Morgan
1910 June 15
Congratulates him on excellent work at the primary.

Morgan, W.T.W. to Sutherland
1911 March 28
Assumes he has learned of his downfall; asks assistance in securing job for Clara in event he will be absent.

Sutherland to W.T.W. Morgan
1911 April 1
Will do all he can to help Mrs. Morgan obtain job. Informs she cannot be appointed postmistress under circumstances. Hopes he gets out of predicament.

Morgan, W.T.W. to Sutherland
1911 April 3
Discusses postal endorsements. Does not know when his case will come up; request he write Allen & Waugh on his behalf.

Sutherland to W.T.W. Morgan
1911 April 3
Wants to know who he would endorse if Mrs. Morgan not appointed. Will use his influence with Allen & Waugh.

Morgan, W.T.W. to Sutherland
1911 April 4
Suggest Mrs. Russell for position if Clara unable to be appointed. His case opens April 11.

Sutherland to W.T.W. Morgan
1911 April 22
Sorry not able to see him. Invites him to drop in next time he is in town.

Morrall, S.C. to Sutherland
1912 February 6
Local citizens favor Roosevelt.

Sutherland to B.W. Morris
1912 November 7
Expresses appreciation for their support.

Morris, J.E. to Sutherland
1917 February 21
Encloses Valley Company income tax return for signature.

Morris, L.V.G. to Sutherland
1912 December 12
Provides update on actions of latest Grand Lodge, Knights of Pythias convention.

Morriss, W.H. to Sutherland
1916 June 27
Informs that G.L. Goodwin appointed State Y.M.C.A. Secretary.

Sutherland to W.H. Morriss
1916 June 29
Extends good wishes to Mr. Goodwin. Will cooperate.

Morrisette, Eleanor to Sutherland
1912 September 19
Appreciates his letter; sorry her son could not remain with him.

Sutherland to R.I. Morrison
1910 August 29
Has written to Congressman Sturgiss regarding his office.

Morrison, Taylor to Sutherland
1915 October 30
Extends invitation to Mineral County School Rally in Keyser.

Sutherland to Taylor Morrison
1915 November 2
Thanks him for invitation.

Sutherland to C.W. Morton
1913 April 9
Has not received material.

Morton, C.W. to Sutherland
1913 September 20
Encloses description of Big Creek coal land. Mr. Reid suggested obtaining information from him.

Sutherland to C.W. Morton
1913 September 22
Discusses business proposition.

Morton, C.W. to Sutherland
1916 April 19
Discusses timber lands he would like him to handle.

Sutherland to C.W. Morton
1916 April 21
May consider timber proposition later. Recalls earlier proposition involving him.

Morton, C.W. to Sutherland
1916 April 22
Discusses promising buyer and last year's correspondence.

Sutherland to C.W. Morton
1916 April 24
Informs he may not be able to cooperate regarding timber after primary. Expresses disappointment in regard to past correspondence.

Moses, W.B. to Sutherland
1913 February 11
Offers their services as interior decorators.

Sutherland to W.B. Moses and Sons
1913 February 15
Will give them a call if he needs services in their line of work.

Sutherland to Judge Hunter H. Moss
1912 November 8
Offers congratulations on victory.

Moss, Hunter H. to Sutherland
1912 November 11
Offers congratulations and appreciates his good wishes.

Sutherland to Judge Hunter H. Moss
1912 November 13
Anticipates their association in Washington.

Moss, H.H. to Sutherland
1915 January 6
Sends best wishes.

Sutherland to Judge H.H. Moss
1915 August 3
Advises him regarding becoming candidate.

Moss, H.H. to Sutherland
1916 February 18
Informs he is home from hospital. Invites him for a visit. Glad he is also out of the hospital.

Sutherland to H.H. Moss
1916 February 26
Hopes to see him over at the Capitol.

[Moundsville Trades and Labor Assembly]
Nye, Jack to Sutherland
1912 November 19
Extends congratulations.

[The Mountain Echo] ------- to Sutherland
1913 February 11
Would like to print his biography and picture for fee.

Sutherland to The Mountain Echo
1913 February 15
Will be unable to pay for the biography at this time.

Sutherland to Mattie --------
1913 September 18
Discusses shopping he has done for her. Asks about her winter arrangements.

Sutherland to Mattie and Raymond -------
1914 November 6
Appreciates their notes. Effie and he have moving problems.

--------- to Sutherland
1914 November 9
Congratulates him on win.

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Sutherland to Prof. J.D. Muldoon
1915 August 11
Thanks him for Catalogue of Shepherd College.

Sutherland to J.L. Mullen
1915 October 12
Enjoyed visit with Oil and Gas Producers. Is interested in the objects of their association.

Mullen, J.L. to Sutherland
1915 October 11
Thanks him for excellent address.

Sutherland to John L. Mullen
1915 October 12
Enjoyed his visit with members of the Oil and Gas Producers' Association.

Mundey, H.E. to Sutherland
1912 May 13
Informs he promised Teter his support. Will do all he can for Sutherland if nominated.

Murrdey, H.E. to Sutherland
1916 March 8
Sends a photograph of house he may be interested in leasing for his family.

Sutherland to H.E. Mundey
1915 March 8
Wants particulars regarding house.

Murray, C.R. to Sutherland
1912 April 24
Discusses his candidacy for the State Superintendent of Free Schools. Hopes he will support him.

Murray, John A. to Sutherland
1915 September 25
Has client interested in timber land. Wants Sutherland to contact him if interested.

Musgrave, F.G. to Sutherland
1912 April 12
Will support him.

Sutherland to F.G. Musgrave
1912 April 13
Glad he talked with Senator Shinn regarding Sutherland's possible candidacy. Thinks Republicans should discuss their choice for candidates.

Musgrave, William to Sutherland
1912 January 15
If he has timber tracts, has interested buyers.

Sutherland to Musgrave & Blessing
1915 October 4
Appreciates clipping that he printed. Wants information on sentiment in Point Pleasant area.

Musgrave & Blessing to Sutherland
1915 October 9
Informs that he is not favored as United States Senatorial Candidate.

Sutherland to Musgrave & Blessing
1915 October 12
Glad to have his views on Senatorial matter.

Musser, C.S. to Sutherland
1912 April 12
Expresses favorable sentiment toward Sutherland becoming a candidate.

Sutherland to C.S. Musser
1912 April 13
Assures him that sentiment is in his favor though the northern part of the state.

Musser, C.S. to Sutherland
1912 April 15
Informs he finds that some people favor Teter, while others support him.

Sutherland to C.S. Musser
1912 April 19
Believes when people become familiar with all the facts, they will not be so strong for Teter.

Musser, C.S. to Sutherland
1912 November 7
Offers congratulations on his victory.

Sutherland to C.S. Musser
1912 November 9
Appreciates his letter. Thinks it is too bad that Musser must face such a brutal Democrat majority.

Musser, C.S. to Sutherland
1915 March 9
Has applied for state position, asks for his assistance in securing the same.

Sutherland to C.S. Musser
1915 March 11
Explains why he cannot endorse him for position.

Musser, C.S. to Sutherland
1915 April 9
Discusses political situation, will support him.

Sutherland to C.S. Musser
1915 April 10
Appreciates his letter and support.

Musser, C.S. to Sutherland
1915 June 12
Read he was a Second District Congressional candidate. Offers to publish his articles.

Musser, C.S. to Sutherland
1915 July 16
Expresses his opinion on Sutherland entering race.

Messer, C.S. to Sutherland
1915 August 4
Discusses political situation, his possible candidacy.

Musser, C.S. to Sutherland
1915 August 12
Reports his canvas findings.

Sutherland to C.S. Musser
1915 August 14
Thinks he could win over White and Hatfield. Glad for him to continue canvassing and report findings.

Mustoe, Idella to Sutherland
1913 July 30
Wants him to handle his property.

Sutherland to Idella Mustoe
1913 August 15
Will be unable to sell lot. Will be in Washington for the next few months.

[Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company]
Tamplett P.H. to Sutherland
1915 May 7
Encloses receipt.

[Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company]
Tamplett, P.H. to Sutherland
1915 May 13
Sorry he did not see him while in Washington. Encloses receipt.

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Sutherland to Sylvester Myer
1912 November 23
Wants official certificate showing vote results. [2 copies]

Sutherland to Sylvester Myers
1912 November 27
Thanks him for statement of vote.

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Sutherland to George Nagle
1912 May 23
Extends sympathy.

[Nashville, Chattanooga, & St. Louis Railway]
Bellah, L.P. to Sutherland
1916 March 9
Invites him to attend conferences of land agents who aim to settle desirable setters to Nashville area.

[Nashville, Chattanooga, & St. Louis Railway]
Bellah, L.P. to Sutherland
1916 May 29
Wants to know if contents of his recent letter interest him.

[Nashville, Chattanooga, & St. Louis Railway]
Sutherland to L.P. Bellah
1916 April 10
Unable to take part in conferences.

[National Capitol Bank]
Sutherland to H.H. McKee
1915 October 8
Pleased to receive his letter.

[National Capitol Bank]
McKee, H.H. to Sutherland
1916 January 24
Encloses check.

[National Capitol Bank]
McKee, H.H. to Sutherland
1916 May 3
Encloses draft.

[National Coal Company]
Brown, R.A. to Sutherland
1912 October 19
Replies that most of their men are Democrats; will give him support.

[National Committee for the Celebration of Peace]
Stewart, J.A. to Sutherland
1913 January 6
Peace Conterary Committee invite him to become member.

[National Committee on Prison Labor]
Whitin, E. Stagg to Sutherland
1912 August 27
Would like his opinion on employment of convicts on roads.

[National Committee on Prison Labor]
Whitin, E. Stagg to Sutherland
1912 September 30
Will be glad to quote his statement concerning employment of convicts on roads.

National Geographic Society to Sutherland
1915 December 3
Circular letter providing suggestions for holiday gifts.

[The National Magazine]
Sutherland to Joe M. Chapple
1916 June 22
Informs that information printed in magazine concerning nomination of Governor White was incorrect.

[The National Magazine]
Chapple, J.M. to Sutherland
1916 June 28
Extends his congratulations. Apologizes for incorrect captions. Wants sketch and photo.

[The National Magazine]
Sutherland to J.M. Chapple
1916 July 3
Sending photograph and data.

[The National Magazine]
Chapple, J.M. to Sutherland
1916 July 7
Thanks him for material.

[The National Magazine]
Smith, Edna to Sutherland
1916 September 11
Sends rough proof for proof-reading.

[The National Magazine]
Sutherland to Joe M. Chapple
1916 October 23
Appreciates the copy of the October issue and the complimentary article it contains. [copy of advertisement follows]

[National Press Federation]
Burton, Charles H. to Sutherland
1912 September 12
Appreciates recent letter. Encourages him to provide basic information worthy of a national news report. Discusses the political situation around the state of West Virginia.

[National Press Federation]
Burton, Charles H. to Sutherland
1912 September 17
Sends article that states that West Virginia will fall to the Democrats. Offers to deal striking blows to Democrats that he names in the newspapers. [copy of article follows]

[National Republican Congressional Committee]
Woods, F.P. to Sutherland
1916 March 27
Meeting to be held regarding electing offices.

[National Republican Congressional Committee]
Woods, F.P. to Sutherland
1916 May 13
Informs he was selected a member of the Committee on Speakers.

[National Republican Congressional Committee]
Sutherland to F.P. Woods
1916 May 16
Will be glad to serve on Committee.

Sutherland to National Voters League
1916 September 7
Seeks information they have about his voting record.

Folder Roy B. Naylor

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1909 July 7
Discusses coal land proposition.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1909 December 6
Wants him to write article regarding Good Road Laws.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1909 December 16
Discusses Webster Springs property.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1910 February 7
Owners wants to sell Braxton and Webster County properties; would like to see him get in on the deal.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1910 April 12
Discusses Trade Excursion of the Board of Trade.

Sutherland to R.B. Naylor
1910 April 12
Informs that their city merchants and citizens will provide warm welcome to his group.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1910 July 8
Hopes he can attend Executive Council meeting.

Sutherland to R.B. Naylor
1910 July 9
Schedule prevents him from attending meeting.

Sutherland to R.B. Naylor
1910 September 20
Urges him to get President of the Instate Good Roads Association to make address.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1910 October 12
Informs that he and Mr. McConaughey have worked out a Public Service Commission bill along the lines he suggested. It includes railroads, street railways, sleeping car companies, express companies, and telegraph/telephone companies.

Sutherland to R.B. Naylor
1910 October 15
Thinks the plan adopted in regard to good roads matter will work successfully again in connection with the public service commission.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1911 January 4
Informs he was appointed member of the Legislation Committee of State Board of Trade.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1911 January 5
Encloses copy of bill agreed on by Governor and the Committee, which they want him to introduce in Senate.

Sutherland to R.B. Naylor
1911 January 6
Will introduce bill in Senate.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1911 January 13
Glad he will introduce bill; wants him to offer J.W. Weir's suggestions in regard to his work.

Naylor R.B. to Sutherland
1911 January 16
Advises of his appointment to Committee of Good Roads.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1911 February 9
Wants him to look into House Bill No. 143 and see how it stands in the House and Senate.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1911 February 9
Letter of introduction regarding George Hook, Secretary of West Virginia Fair Association.

Sutherland to Roy B. Naylor
1911 February 11
Will give House Bill No. 143 careful consideration when it comes before the Senate.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1911 February 11
Asks for his counsel and cooperation regarding increasing membership of the State Board of Trade.

Sutherland to R.B. Naylor
1911 July 8
Due to a trip to Kentucky, he will not be able to attend the Deer Park meeting.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1911 July 18
Reminder regarding his engagement to speak on the topic "West Virginia's Needs".

Sutherland to R.B. Naylor
1911 July 20
Reminds him it will be impossible to speak at meeting. Discusses sites for State Board of Trade meeting.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1911 August 17
Requests donation.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1911 September 1
Requests check for specified amount to cover costs uf upcoming annual convention.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1911 September 2
Discusses his trip to Grafton.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1912 May 8
Notes he is candidate for Congressman-at-Large. Offers support.

Sutherland to R.B. Naylor
1912 May 8
Wants him to assist with his campaign in Ohio, Brooke, and Hancock counties.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1912 July 22
Discusses Board of Trade meeting and Sutherland's campaign.

Sutherland to R.B. Naylor
1912 July 31
letter too faint to read

Sutherland to R.B. Naylor
1912 August 9
Accepts invitation.

Sutherland to R.B. Naylor
1912 September 7
Asks him to save him a train berth on Grafton train.

Sutherland to R.B. Naylor
1912 November 12
Thanks him for support during campaign and primary. Governor Cromwell appointed him Chairman of Good Roads Committee.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1912 November 18
Wants him to speak at Chicago.

Sutherland to R.B. Naylor
1912 November 26
Unable to attend Land Show.

Sutherland to R.B. Naylor
1913 January 14
Discusses timber proposition.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1913 February 1
West Virginia had successful show at Chicago. Makes reference to important bills being prepared for the legislature by the State Board of Trade.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1913 July 5
Wants suggestions regarding future West Virginia Board of Trade meetings.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1913 July 10
Invites him to meeting at Hampshire Club.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1913 August 15
Informs that Bluefield was elected as next site for the meeting.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1913 August 18
Wants to know what subject his committee will report on at Bluefield.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1913 August 19
Informs that meeting will be held in Bluefield on October 14th and 15th. He is entitled to bring five delegates.

Sutherland to R.B. Naylor
1913 August 21
Hopes Bluefield meeting one of best ever.

[Roy B. Naylor]
Cornwell, John J. to Sutherland
1913 August 22
Circular letter providing an update of the actions of the West Virginia Board of Trade.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1913 August 22
Appreciates good work he has done for advancement and efficiency of the West Virginia Board of Trade.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1913 September 19
Discusses plans of Bluefield meeting; encloses bill.

Sutherland to R.B. Naylor
1913 September 20
Discusses Bluefield meeting. Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1913 October 20
Informs he was re-elected vice president from the second district.

Naylor, R.B to Sutherland
1913 October 30
Wants funds to help pay for publication. [telegram]

Sutherland to R.B. Naylor
1913 October 31
Unable to contribute.

Sutherland to R.B. Naylor
1913 November 17
Enclosed circular letter will explain itself. [copy follows dated 11-20-13]

Sutherland to R.B. Naylor
1913 November 21
Congress will be in session, unable to attend meeting.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1913 November 28
Informs that he has been appointed as a delegate to the American Road Builders' Association convention which will be held in Philadelphia.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1914 July 16
Discusses matters to be taken up at Parkersburg meeting.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1914 July 17
Discusses membership of West Virginia Board of Trade.

Sutherland's Secretary to R.B. Naylor
1914 July 18
Informs Sutherland out of office; will bring his attention to circular letter.

Sutherland to R.B. Naylor
1914 July 29
Impossible to attend meeting; confident Governor White can work out problem without him.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1914 August 12
Discusses upcoming meeting of persons on committee.

Sutherland to R.B. Naylor
1914 August 27
Will urge F.P. Walsh, Chairman of the United States Commission on Industrial Relations, to address their meeting.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1914 September 12
Wants him to take part in meeting.

Sutherland's Secretary to R.B. Naylor
1914 September 15
Informs Sutherland is out of city.

Sutherland to R.B. Naylor
1914 September 19
Will make response to the address at meeting unless public business prevents him from leaving Washington.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1914 October 2
Encloses copy of program for State Board meeting. [copy follows]

Sutherland to R.B. Naylor
1914 October 3
Discusses meeting and political matters.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1914 November 21
Informs he was appointed to Good Roads Committee. Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1915 January 20
Wants him to speak to A.P. Gardner regarding speaking at their Washington's Birthday Dinner.

Sutherland to R.B. Naylor
1915 January 26
Informs that Mr. Gardner declines speaking engagement.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1915 May 26
Glad he can attend affair.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1915 June 1
Discusses railway trip planned by State Board of Trade to San Francisco for a West Virginia Day observance.

Herring, G.G. to Sutherland
1915 June 12
On behalf of Southern Pacific Company, invites him to use their facilities for the railway trip to San Francisco. Rates and times are quoted.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1915 May 21
Invites him to speak at their meeting.

Sutherland to R.B. Naylor
1915 May 22
Accepts speaking engagement.

Sutherland to R.B. Naylor
1915 June 16
Informs he must cancel speaking address.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1915 June 23
Informs that annual meeting will be at Fairmont. As chairman of the committee on Good Roads, he must make a report at the meeting.

Naylor, R.B to Sutherland
1915 June 26
Will have suitable report for next State Board of Trade meeting.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1915 September 27
Informs he has lots of friends in Ohio County. Names committee members of the Good Roads committee.

Sutherland to R.B. Naylor
1915 October 2
Will confer with other committee members.

Naylor R.B. to Sutherland
1915 October 5
Circular letter reminding him of the meeting.

Sutherland to R.B. Naylor
1915 October 26
Expresses his disappointment of the turn of events which occurred at Board of Trade meeting. (Tone of letter suggests that Naylor was removed from his position.)

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1915 October 29
Discusses Board of Trade meeting. Wants him to "keep look-out" for him a position.

Sutherland to R.B. Naylor
1915 November 2
Appreciates his letter. Hopes he got fixed up comfortably.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1915 December 13
Congratulates him on committee appointment. His business doing well.

Sutherland to R.B. Naylor
1915 December 15
Knows he will be successful in insurance business. Uncertain of political plans.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1916 February 9
Urges him to attend West Virginia Lumber and Builders Supply Dealers' Association convention.

Sutherland to R.B. Naylor
1916 February 11
Discusses his attendance at Association meeting.

Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1916 February 15
Discusses Lumbermen meeting.

Sutherland to R.B. Naylor
1916 February 16
Will arrive in Wheeling on Friday.

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Neal, George I. to Sutherland
1910 September 15
Informs he will receive copy of wants him to offer criticism or suggestions on same prior to session.

Sutherland to G.I. Neal
1910 September 20
Will look over report but doubts it needs alteration.

Neale, S.C. to Sutherland
1916 April 13
Regrets dinner date had to be canceled.

Sutherland to Paul H. Neeflen
1914 June 17
Extends condolences.

Neill, A.D to Sutherland
1912 October 31
Will support him in coming election.

Sutherland to A.D. Neill
1912 November 15
Appreciates his support.

Neill, A.D. to Sutherland
1913 September 20
Discusses their gas well reports and statements.

Neill, A.D. to Sutherland
1913 October 10
Wants copy or original minutes of their Gas Company meeting.

Sutherland to A.D. Neill
1913 October 15
Encloses requested minutes. Wants him to go see Clark Ice and make him understand they will not permit him to exceed his authority.

Neill, A.D. to Sutherland
1913 October 20
Discusses situation in regards to their gas wells.

Sutherland to A.D. Neill
1913 October 22
Glad he went to Clarksburg and looked over matters.

Neill, A.D. to Sutherland
1913 December 17
Appreciates letter and the Year Book. Updates him on the Hacker and Thrasher wells. Informs that a written notice has been served against the Philadelphia Gas Company.

Sutherland to A.D. Neill
1913 December 17
Encloses papers to be signed. Trust he can go down and look over matter with Hart.

Sutherland to A.D. Neill
1913 December 19
Expresses his opinion on their gas wells.

Neill, A.D. to Sutherland
1914 January 20
Encloses agreements for his signature.

Sutherland to A.D. Neill
1914 January 26
Signed agreements and mailed them to W.D. Wilson.

Neill, A.D. to Sutherland
1914 January 30
Discusses Hart's management of their wells.

Sutherland to A.D. Neill
1914 February 2
Thinks Hart's management of their affairs is poor.

Sutherland to A.D. Neill
1914 February 4
Thinks they should get rid of Hart as manager.

Neill, A.D. to Sutherland
1914 February 13
Discusses latest development regarding their wells. Criticizes management skills of Mr. Ice.

Sutherland's Secretary to A.D. Neill
1914 February 21
Informs Mr. Sutherland is in Colorado investigating mine state.

Sutherland to A.D. Neill
1914 March 17
Thinks more aggressive man needed on job to replace Hart. Discusses Hart's lack of business sense.

Neill, A.D. to Sutherland
1914 October 17
Associated Gas Company meeting scheduled.

Sutherland to A.D. Neill
1914 November 10
Wants to discuss gas matter and arrange to go to Clarksburg.

Sutherland to A.D. Neill
1915 January 13
Expresses opinion regarding expenses on Hacker well.

Neill, A.D. to Sutherland
1915 January 15
Informs they plan to go head with work on Hacker well even though all stockholders have not paid. Hopes arrangement are satisfactory with him.

Sutherland to A.D. Neill
1915 February 5
Discusses manner which he believes bill should be handled. Wants status on Hacker well.

Neill, J. Fred to Sutherland
1912 November 7
Extends congratulations on victory.

Sutherland to J.F. Neill
1912 November 11
Acknowledges his letter.

Sutherland to Nestor's Studio
1914 December 12
Wants photographs.

Sutherland to C.H. Newland
1915 September 11
Encloses letter from Mr. Kistler, who offers to contribute to Y.M.C.A.

Sutherland to C.H. Newland
1916 January 13
Chandler unable to go to Elkins unless he can go to other points.

Newland, C.H. to Sutherland
1916 January 18
Informs it is impossible to arrange dates as Chandler desires. [The New River Company]
Dixon, Fred to Sutherland
1912 October 18
Informs that everything in the Kanawha District of Fayette County looks good. Expects the Republican ticket to receive a big majority on election day.

[New York Life Insurance Company]
Kingsley, Darwin D. to Sutherland
1913 April 14
Circular letter protesting economic folly in the Income Tax section of the pending Tariff bill.

Nichols, L.D. to Sutherland
1912 December 10
In market for small timber tract.

Nickerson, Mary Sue to Sutherland
1914 January 13
Thanks him for wedding gift. Mentions death of brother and illness of sister.

Nigh, S.H. to Sutherland
1912 February 20
Agrees owner of Logan County coal asking too much. Wants information on Leslie County tract.

Nigh, S.H. to Sutherland
1912 May 29
Does not think he need worry about "west end" of West Virginia. Will do all he can on his behalf.

Sutherland to S.H. Nigh
1912 June 10
Discusses his majority.

Nigh, S.H. to Sutherland
1913 January 29
Wants to know if he has Kentucky coal land in shape for disposition. Has Pittsburgh friend who has an inquiry for coal tract.

Nigh, S.H. to Sutherland
1913 February 5
Wants to know if he still has Kentucky coal land.

Sutherland to S.H. Nigh
1913 February 7
Discusses coal lands he currently is handling. Wants to know if his people want land for investment or immediate operation.

Sutherland to S.H. Nigh
1913 February 7
Wants to know how much territory his client wants to purchase.

Nigh, S.H. to Sutherland
1913 February 11
Wants data regarding Logan County tract.

Nigh, S.H. to Sutherland
1913 February 11
Requests data on Eastern Kentucky coal tract. Will look over Tennessee tract with prospective buyers.

Sutherland to S.H. Nigh
1913 February 15
Discusses Logan County and Kentucky coal property.

Nigh, S.H. to Sutherland
1913 September 20
Wants price of his Kentucky tract, acreage. [telegram]

Nigh, S.H. to Sutherland
1913 September 27
Discusses eastern Kentucky acreage available for sale; wants to know if he has anyone interested.

Nigh, S.H. to Sutherland
1913 September 27
Discusses business proposition.

Sutherland to S.H. Nigh
1913 September 29
Discusses price and how coal property can be handled.

Nigh, S.H. to Sutherland
1913 October 21
Discusses worth of eastern Kentucky coal property.

Sutherland to S.H. Nigh
1913 October 23
The value of the coal land depends upon its location. Feels that five dollars an acre is a good price.

Nigh, S.H. to Sutherland
1913 October 31
Discusses Kentucky coal land. Wants to see him in Huntington.

Sutherland to S.H. Nigh
1913 November 3
Wants more data on 44,000 acres. Thinks price too high.

Nigh, S.H. to Sutherland
1915 June 1
Wants to know if he has any Big Sandy Coal property. Has prospective buyer. Includes specific type of property buyer wants.

Nigh, S.H. to Sutherland
1915 June 2
Sends additional information obtained from the Pittsburgh party.

Sutherland to S.H. Nigh
1915 June 5
Describes coal tract available on the Upper Kentucky River. Offers "Red Bird" coal.

Nigh, S.H. to Sutherland
1915 June 8
His client not interested in upper Kentucky tract. Wants particulars regarding "Red Bird" coal.

Sutherland to S.H. Nigh
1915 June 21
Appreciates clipping from the Huntington Herald - Dispatch. Announcement in newspaper was unauthorized.

Nigh, S.H. to Sutherland
1916 July 14
Discusses type of coal property client is wanting.

Sutherland to S.H. Nigh
1916 July 26
Describes coal property for sale.

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Sutherland to C.M. Noel
1914 May 25
Offers to rent house.

Nolte, Henry A. to Sutherland
1912 November 13
Offers congratulations on election. Seeks his aid in securing position for Wheeling man.

Sutherland to Henry A. Nolte
1912 November 15
Will aid Mr. Deihl at proper time.

Nolte, Henry A. to Sutherland
1915 August 17
Wants him to appoint son to Naval Academy if possible. Discusses political situation in northern panhandle.

Sutherland to H.A. Nolte
1915 August 20
Advises sending son to regular training schools to prepare for academy. Discusses political situation; requests a canvas of votes.

Nolte, H.A. to Sutherland
1915 September 16
Informs of his latest political findings.

North, A.A to Sutherland
1912 August 30
Wants list of candidates.

North, C.A. to Sutherland
1912 October 24
Discusses business proposition.

Sutherland to C.A. North
1912 --- --
Discusses prospective buyers.

Sutherland to S.N.D. North
1913 April 3
Thanks him for invitation to join union.

[The North River Insurance Company]
Crum, F. H. to Sutherland
1913 April 18
Wants to know if he transacted any business for the company after March 1.

Sutherland to North River Insurance Co.
1913 April 24
Refers them to E.O. Fling regarding insurance business.

[The North River Insurance Company]
Sutherland to T.W. Stalnaker
1915 January 18
Discusses insurance premiums.

[North River Insurance Company]
Parsons, J.H. to Sutherland
1915 March 5
Wants reply to their correspondence regarding premium.

[North River Insurance Company]
Carr, D.J. to Sutherland
1915 April 20
Request check sent on old balance due.

[North River Insurance Company]
Parsons, J.H. to Sutherland
1915 June 10
Requests that premiums be paid.

Sutherland to North River Insurance Co.
1915 December 2
Encloses payment due.

Sutherland to G.A. Northcott
1910 October 1
Discusses meeting and reports of State Board of Trade.

Northcott, G.A. to Sutherland
1910 October 5
Certain his good road report will be satisfactory. Reference to Parkersburg road.

Northcott, G.A. to Sutherland
1911 February 9
Asks his aid in securing appropriation approval by legislature.

Sutherland to G.A. Northcott
1911 February 11
Will be glad to assist in matter.

Northcott, G.A. to Sutherland
1912 June 6
Congratulations on nomination. [telegram]

Northcott, G.A. to Sutherland
1915 September 15
Will meet his daughter at Marshall College. Informs of Sutherland's strength in Cabell County.

Sutherland to G.A. Northcott
1915 September 16
Appreciates his letter.

Northrop, C.B. to Sutherland
1915 February 10
Alfalfa Club meeting changed.

Sutherland to C.B. Northrop
1915 February 12
Expects to attend meeting.

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Nutter, W.B. to Sutherland
1910 December 21
Informs he intends to run for Senate. Discusses Inter-Mountain article he understands Sutherland wrote about him.

Sutherland to W.B. Nutter
1910 December 24
Does not remember article. Thinks they can be candidates minus hard feelings.

Nutter, W.B. to Sutherland
1912 February 24
Intends on entering race. Discusses political fight.

Sutherland to W.B. Nutter
1912 February 28
Suggests he better look over situation before entering race.

Nutter, W.B. to Sutherland
1912 February 29
Will probably wait until first of April before making formal announcement. Advises Sutherland that he has more to lose than gain if he enters political contest. Discusses the nature of Upshur County politics.

Nutter, W.B. to Sutherland
1912 March 4
Informs that someone is giving him misleading information regarding Upshur County politics.

Sutherland to W.B. Nutter
1912 March 5
Thanks him for the warning, although he does not rely on one source in Upshur County.

Sutherland to T.C. Nuzum
1912 May 24
His and friends support will be appreciated.

Nydegger, James A. to Governor Glasscock
1910 July 14
Thinks Tucker County forest should be preserved; wants names and addresses of state officials.

Nydegger, J.A. to Sutherland
1910 August 24
Seeks his aid in having bill introduced with object of purchasing Tucker County tract for public park.

Nydegger, John F. to Sutherlnad
1910 August 8
Has becoming candidate; seeks his support. [telegram]

Sutherland to J.A. Nydegger
1910 August 26
Explains why state or Congress could not purchase Tucker County property.

Nydegger, J.F. to Sutherland
1910 February 6
Hopes he will oppose Davis charter. [telegram]

Sutherland to Jack Nye
1912 November 16
letter too faint to read [questionnaire follows]

Sutherland to S.H. Nye
1913 September 21
If he has bona-fide prospects, will present property to them.

Sutherland to S.H. Nye
1913 October 27
Discusses coal property. Requests more data on same.

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O'Connor, J.D. to Sutherland
1915 July 12
Discusses business proposition.

Sutherland to J.D. O'Connor
1915 July 22
Will be happy to co-operate with his friend on coal property matter.

Julia O'Connor to Sutherland
1912 November 7
Congratulates him on his victory. [postcard]

Sutherland to Julia O'Connor
1912 November 8
Appreciates kind postal. O'Connor, R. Emmett to Sutherland
1914 June 1
Will attend college commencement if possible. Has not forgotten promise to class, will present loving cup.

Sutherland to R.E. O'Connor to Sutherland
1914 June 1
Mrs. Sutherland and he hope to attend commencement activities.

O'Conner, R. Emmett to Sutherland
1914 June 8
Regrets he is unable to attend their class exercises. Wishes them success. Sending loving cup.

Sutherland to R. Emmet O'Connor
1914 June 13
Again expresses regret that he will not be present at his graduation.

O'Connor, R.E. to Sutherland
1915 July 13
Expresses his appreciation for letter written to Dean of Law School.

Sutherland to R.E. O'Connor
1915 July 17
Pleased he has law library position. Wants sentiment of public regarding Governor Hatfield's candidacy.

[Odd Fellows]
Coberly, L.W. to Sutherland
n.d.
Request he pay past dues.

[Odd Fellows]
Sutherland to L.W. Coberly
1915 December 20
Encloses check for dues.

Sutherland to H.C. Ogden
1910 June 4
Encloses his editorial which can be reprinted in the Intelligencer.

Sutherland to H.C. Odgen
1910 September --
Sends list. Discusses political strategy.

Ogden, H.C. to Sutherland
1910 September 2
Will write editorial calling attention to Randolph County case. Questions postage.

Sutherland to H.C. Ogden
1910 September 3
Wants postage bill sent to him. Good Roads meeting planned.

H.C. Ogden to Sutherland
1910 September 3
Made mistake on estimation. Send names if other papers are to be sent.

Sutherland to H.C. Ogden
1910 September 5
Wants papers sent to all names on list.

Ogden, H.C to Sutherland
1910 September 5
Returning list of names.

Ogden, H.C. to Sutherland
1910 October 3
Glad exposure of irregularities in Randolph County doing his cause good.

Sutherland to H.C. Ogden
1910 November 23
Discusses presidency of Senate and recent conference.

Ogden, H.C. to Sutherland
1910 November 24
Thinks he should get presidency of Senate. Heard about Charleston conference and reasons why Republicans should get position.

Sutherland to H.C. Ogden
1910 November 25
Assures him that Grimes and Hearns will be placed on important committees.

Sutherland to H.C. Ogden
1911 March 6
Discusses Ogden's editorial in the Intelligencer.

Ogden, H.C. to Sutherland
1911 March 7
Personally, favors him for Senate. Discusses several issues he favors. Sutherland to H.C. Ogden
1911 October 18
Discusses State Committee meeting and his editorial published in Intelligencer. Invites he and Mrs. Ogden to Elkins.

Ogden, H.C. to Sutherland
1911 October 21
Glad he agrees with him on primary. Wants him to use his influence with Martin and Light regarding magisterial district primary.

Sutherland to H.C. Ogden
1911 October 24
Agrees that under present circumstances the negro vote in the southern end of the state will dominate and control all state nominations, because it will be voted on by solid body. If that occurs it would mean that the corporate influencing them would gain control of the Board of Public Works and tax laws would be nullified.

Sutherland to H.C. Ogden
1911 December 12
Obliged for printing interview. Thinks it would be disaster to elect Swisher as governor. Discusses need for a conference.

Ogden, H.C. to Sutherland
1911 December 14
Agrees with him on matter of state ticket. Doubts there is any danger of Swisher being elected.

Sutherland to H.C. Ogden
1911 December 22
Expresses his views on Hatfield's candidacy. Thinks Hatfield's record on liquor question will defeat him.

Ogden, H.C. to Sutherland
1911 December 26
Expresses his views on Hatfield's candidacy for governor. Wants to avoid getting involved in contest.

Sutherland to H.C. Ogden
1911 December 28
Discusses type of candidate he favors. Mentions several men who are qualified.

Ogden, H.C. to Sutherland
1911 December 30
States why he believes Hatfield will win.

Sutherland to H.C. Ogden
1912 January 6
Discusses his findings in regard to political situation. Reference to several men who he believes qualify for Governor.

Ogden, H.C. to Sutherland
1912 January 8
Discusses his views on possible political candidates.

Sutherland to H.C. Ogden
1912 January 9
Glad he has not committed to those who have already announced themselves. Prefers not to get in fight.

Sutherland to H.C. Ogden
1912 January 20
Encloses copy of a letter from Henry Brunhaus. Suggest he write an editorial regarding work of Young People's Lyceums.

Ogden, H.C. to Sutherland
1912 January 22
Glad he brought attention to matter.

Sutherland to H.C. Ogden
1912 March 4
Wants his views on regarding Sutherland's possible candidacy for Congressman-at-Large.

Ogden, H.C. to Sutherland
1912 March 5
Replies to his query concerning Sutherland's chances as candidate.

Sutherland to H.C. Ogden
1912 March 9
Feels that Teter is not strong enough to defeat the democrats. The situation demands another candidate in the race for Congressman-at-Large.

Ogden H.C. to Sutherland
1912 April 25
Explains matter regarding report of election returns.

Sutherland to H.C. Ogden
1912 May 9
Thanks him on complimentary editorial.

Ogden, H. to Sutherland
1912 May 11
Will print sketch and photo.

Sutherland to H. Ogden
1912 May 13
Received note of congratulations. Hopes he will be successful. Expects to see him at convention.

Sutherland to H.C. Ogden
1912 May 14
letter too faint to read

Sutherland to H.C. Ogden
1912 September 19
Expresses his opinion on Republican policies.

Ogden, H.C. to Sutherland
1914 December 21
Wants to know if he has any information regarding wire tapping attempt of his brother's hotel room.

Sutherland to H.C. Ogden
1914 December 23
Discusses incident involving his brother's hotel room.

Ogden, H.C. to Sutherland
1915 July 3
Wants him to reserve Elkins hotel rooms.

Sutherland to H.C. Ogden
1915 September 17
Appreciates complimentary editorial, although it was based on an erroneous assumption. Further defines political situation.

Ogden, H.C. to Sutherland
1915 September 18
Will use part of his letter in news feature. Hopes he does not have to make choice among three friends.

Sutherland to H.C. Ogden
1915 September 20
Informs Robinson will decide about his candidacy in the next few days.

Ogden, H.C. to Sutherland
1915 September 22
Is not sure that Judge Robinson will be candidate for Governor.

Sutherland to H.C. Ogden
1915 September 24
Has not seen correction in newspaper. Favors Robinson for Governor.

Ogden, H.C. to Sutherland
1915 September 27
Thinks Robinson has avoided committing himself. Discusses articles published in Wheeling newspaper.

Sutherland to H.C. Ogden
1915 October 4
Encloses article he can reprint if he wants. Will do whatever best for party regardless of personal wishes.

Ogden, H.C. to Sutherland
1916 February 21
Informs he is more interested in governor's race than senatorial. Dislikes advising any candidate.

Sutherland to H.C. Ogden
1916 February 26
Thinks Governor's fight going to be intense. Still unable to get at documents in Wheeling post offices.

Ogden, Howard N. to Sutherland
1912 May 2
Extends congratulations. Wants his endorsement for Judge of the Supreme Court.

[Ohio German Fire Insurance Company]
Marchshall and Targler to Sutherland
1915 February 24
Letter addressed to the Creditors of the Ohio German Fire Insurance Company regarding the Newman & McBain judgement. [receipt follows]

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Sutherland to William Osborne
1912 November 23
Requests official vote for Congressman-at-Large in his county.

Sutherland to Lee Ott
1911 June 5
Requests that he recommend someone for postmaster position at Weaver.

Ott, Lee to Sutherland
1911 June 12
Advises that Edwin S. Baker would be satisfactory choice.

Sutherland to Lee Ott
1911 June 14
Endorses Edwin S. Baker for the position.

Ott, Lee to Sutherland
1912 June 5
Extends hearty congratulations on magnificent victory.

Sutherland to Lee Ott
1912 June 7
Acknowledges letter.

Otto, G.W. to Sutherland
1912 January 15
Invites him to a dinner sponsored by the Republicans of Ohio County.

Sutherland to G.W. Otto
1912 January 26
Sends an application for one to the dinner.

Sutherland to The Outlook Company
1917 January 24
Advises that address be changed from Washington to Elkins.

Overton, Ed to Sutherland
1912 November 7
Congratulates him on his election win.

Sutherland to J.E. Overton
1913 November 8
Appreciates letter. Hopes postmaster problem is a temporary one.

Owen, T.C. to Sutherland
1913 January 31
Letter to A.F. McCloud will be handed to him upon his return.

Oxley, B.H. to Sutherland
1916 February 2
Provides update of democratic politics in the Kanawha Valley. Everything hinges on the governor's decision to run for Senate. There is anti-Hatfield sentiment all across the state.

Sutherland to B.H. Oxley
1916 February 7
The situation gives the appearance that Governor Hatfield will enter the Senatorial fight.


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