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BOX 11

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Ucker, Clement S. to Sutherland
1918 January 14
Sends copy of article entitled "After the War." Feels article has substantial value to the fundamental welfare of the country's social and economic fabric. [article follows]

Sutherland to Clement S. Ucker
1918 January 17
Acknowledges letter and article.

Sutherland to A.H. Underwood
1912 November 22
Expresses thanks for copy of tabulated vote in Tyler county.

[Union Carmel Presbyterian Churches]
Building Committee to Sutherland
1917 August 25
Describes a recent fire which destroyed their church building. Requests a donation to help rebuild a new building.

[Union Trust Company]
Hillyer, Edward L. to Sutherland
1913 February 6
Describes the banking facilities the company has to offer.

Sutherland to Union Trust Company
1913 February 7
As a stockholder and director of the Davis Trust Company, informs that it would be unprofitable to move his accounts.

[United Commercial Travelers of America]
Bluefield Council to Governor Glasscock
---- --- --
Bluefield Council recommends and justifies resolution providing for the separation of white and colored passengers on steam and electric railroad trains in West Virginia.

[United Commercial Travelers of America]
Huntington Council to Governor Glasscock
1911 February 10
Huntington Council recommends and justifies a resolution providing for the separation of white and colored passengers on steam and electric railroad trains in West Virginia.

[United Commercial Travelers]
Wheeling Council to Governor Glasscock
---- --- --
Wheeling Council recommends and justifies a resolution providing for the separation of white and colored passengers on steam and electric railroad trains in West Virginia.

[United States Post Office]
Millen, W.R. to Sutherland
1912 August 12
Requests donation to the Taft Club in the local area.

[United States Public Service Reserve]
Hall, W.E. to Sutherland
1917 September 7
Sends applications for the Service Reserve. Explains procedures of the agency.

[United States Public Service Reserve]
Sutherland to W. Hall
1917 September 8
Appreciates information and applications. Promises full cooperation.

[United States Shipping Board]
Metivier, Paul R. to Sutherland
1917 December 10
Sends information regarding their recruiting service. [application, circular, and booklet follows.

[University Club of Washington]
Parker, Myron M. to Sutherland
1915 March 1
Informs that the Club has waived the entrance fee and he is invited to join the Club.

[University Club of Washington]
Sutherland to Myron M. Parker
1915 March 2
Appreciates the offer to join a club of such highstanding. Decemberlines membership opportunity.

[University of Chicago Press]
Sutherland to Chicago Press
1911 April 18
Sends payment and requests copy of the book, Primary Elections.

Folder V

Sutherland to Harry Valette
1913 February 15
Recalls their past friendship.

Sutherland to W.H. Valette
1913 March 28
Hopes they can meet to discuss old times.

Valette, W.H. to Sutherland
1913 April 26
Lengthy discussion of his life since they last saw one another.

Sutherland to W.H. Valette
1913 May 1
Hopes to see him and his family.

Valette, W.H. to Sutherland
1913 July 22
Plans to visit he and his family in Washington during their vacation.

Sutherland to W.H. Valette
1913 July 26
Hopes to see him but uncertain of the schedule.

Valette, W.H. to Sutherland
1913 August 9
Encloses itinerary. Hopes to see him in Washington. [itinerary follows]

Sutherland to W.H. Valette
1913 August 15
Plans to see him and his wife in Washington.

Valette, W.H. to Sutherland
1913 September 23
Expresses pleasure he and his wife had during their Washington visit. Invites him to Chicago. Requests assistance locating person to service their hotel.

Sutherland to W.H. Valette
1913 September 25
Expecting family. Thinks he knows someone fitted for position discussed in earlier letter.

Valette, W.H. to Sutherland
1913 October 18
Informs Mr. Drake would interview party before decision could be made.

Sutherland to W.H. Valette
1913 October 20
Advises him to have Mr. Drake call him upon his arrival in Washington.

Valette, W.H. to Sutherland
1914 January 28
Wonders if he has received his photograph and letter. Informs Mr. Drake has found hotel representative.

Sutherland to W.H. Valette
1914 January 30
Sorry he missed his friend. Schedule busy and the secretary is away - correspondance behind.

Vallette, W.H. to Sutherland
1914 October 26
Expresses an interest in visiting with his family in the near future. Enjoyed the trip to Washington.

Sutherland's Secretary to W.H. Valette
1914 October 28
Informs that Mr. Sutherland is in West Virginia campaigning. Will forward letter to him.

Sutherland to W.H. Valette
1914 November 6
Informs of his probable re-election. Wants to keep in touch.

Sutherland to W.H. Vallette
1915 January 7
Thanks him for New Year Greeting and Good Wishes.

Vallette, W.H. to Sutherland
1915 April 7
Sending copy of Chicago newspaper carrying election information. Hopes he visits soon.

Sutherland to W.H. Vallette
1915 April 10
Thinks results of election forerunner of next year's election. Invites him to visit family in Washington.

Vallette, W.H. to Sutherland
1915 April 19
Discusses the meeting he had with Dr. Frank E. David regarding his operating services, procedures, fees, and credibility.

Sutherland to W.H. Vallette
1915 April 27
Obliged for the information concerning treatments by Dr. David. Will likely have treatment in Baltimore.

Valette, W.H. to Sutherland
1915 April 29
Discusses various medical treatments available. Hopes whatever course he decides to pursue will result in permanent cure.

Vance, H.E. to Sutherland
1918 January 30
Expresses his views on matter dealing with the manner in which the War Department handled military men.

Sutherland to H.E. Vance
1918 February 1
Glad to receive his views on matter regarding Senator Chamberlain's criticism of the War Department.

Sutherland to Miles Vance
1914 November 6
Thanks him for list of names. Will keep him in mind if farms are for rent.

Sutherland to Frank A. Vanderlip
1917 August 11
Informs his schedule makes it impossible to speak on behalf of the Woman's Suffrage.

Vanderlip, F.A. to Sutherland
1917 August 15
Regrets he is unable to accept invition.

Van Deusen, Albert H. to Sutherland
1917 December 15
Encourages him to favorable consider the Volunterr Officers' Retirement Bill.

Sutherland to Captain A.H. Van Deusen
1917 December 18
Assures he will give bill careful consideration.

Sutherland to J.S. Vandervort
1913 March 28
Discuss the note of he and Robb signed.

Sutherland to J.S. Vandervort
1913 March 29
Encloses check for interest on the note.

Sutherland to J.S. Vandervort
1913 April 4
Apologizes that his associates have failed to cover their part of the note.

Sutherland to J.S. Vandervort
1913 July 19
Hopes their bank can arrange to carry the note.

Sutherland to J.S. Vandervort
1913 November 15
Encloses renewal note. Hopes he and Mr. Roane succeed in selling the Yates property.

Van Scoten, J.D. to Sutherland
1915 August 30
Invites him to attend conference of the Interstate Y.M.C.A. Employed Officers and Committeemen in Septemberember. [schedule follows]

Sutherland to J.D. Van Scoten
1915 September 2
Interested in work of the Association; will try to attend the conference.

Van Scoten, J.D. to Sutherland
1915 September 14
Will meet with him to discuss Young Men's Christian Association plans for the year. Disappointed that Elkins was not represented at the conference.

Sutherland to J.D. Van Scoten
1915 October 4
Regrets Mr. Newland did not attend conference. Will be glad to meet with him in Washington.

Vanscoy, John I. to Sutherland
1913 September 17
Signs note. Sending farm bulletins.

Sutherland to John I. Vanscoy
1913 September 19
Sends the signed note. Also sends a copy of the Year Book of the Department of Agriculture.

Vanscoy, J.I. to Sutherland
1914 May 23
Sending note for endorsement.

Sutherland to J.L. Vanscoy
1914 May 25
Encloses note. Requests data on political sentiment in his area.

Vanscoy, John to Sutherland
1917 September 20
Encloses note for endorsement.

Vanscoy, John to Sutherland
1915 January 20
Encloses note for endorsement.

Vanscoy, John to Sutherland
1916 January 20
Encloses note for endorsement. Family ill.

Varga, Mike to Sutherland
1917 August 4
Requests his aid in arranging exchange of communication between Hungarians living in the United States and relatives in homeland.

Sutherland to Mike Varga
1917 August 8
Will give matter careful attention.

Sutherland to J.G. Vaughan
1914 November 12
Appreciates invitation. Uncertain if able to attend affair.

Vaughan, V.C. to Sutherland
1917 September 10
Request he support passage of amendment regarding the ratio of rank amoung Army medical officers.

Sutherland to V.C. Vaughan
1917 September 11
Will give amendment close attention.

Vest, M.J. to Sutherland
1913 December 15
Wants to discuss private matter with him.

Sutherland to M.J. Vest
1913 December 17
Suggests he discuss the matter in writing.

Viehman, W.C. to Sutherland
1918 January 7
Circular letter regarding bill soon to be introduced to Congress regarding appointment of podiatrists in the United States Army.

Sutherland to W.C. Viehman
1918 January 8
Assures him that consideration will be given to matter.

Sutherland to Z.T. Vinson
1916 January 17
Invites him to meet for breakfast at the Metropolitan Club on Wednesday morning. [telegram]

Vinson, Z.T. to Sutherland
1916 September 18
Encloses bank notice regarding his note. Advises him to send check in order to have note renewed.

Vinson, Z.T. to Sutherland
1917 January 18
Discusses handling of his note. Asks if he has discussed with anyone the idea of having the Legislature pass a law allowing appeal from the decision from the Circuit Court on a contested election to the Supreme Court of West Virginia.

Vinson, Z.T. to Sutherland
1917 January 19
Informed he endorsed renewal note and sent it to the bank. Wants to meet him in Washington.

Sutherland to Z.T. Vinson
1917 January 20
Will try to have bill introduced in House about appeals to the Supreme Court. Thinks bank notes due.

Sutherland to Z.T. Vinson
1917 January 23
Enclosing renewal note. Hopes to see him soon.

[Z.T. Vinson]
Lee, Arthur to Sutherland
1917 July 24
Request he write a letter commending Mr. Vinson for non-resident membership in Metropolitan Club.

[Z.T. Vinson]
Sutherland to Metropolitian Club
1917 July 27
Commends Z.T. Vinson for non-resident membership.

[Z.T. Vinson]
Heidekoper, R.S. to Sutherland
1917 July 28
Acknowledges receipt of his letter regarding Mr. Vinson.

Viquesney, B.F. to Sutherland
1917 August 30
Requests his aid in securing pay for his services.

[B.F. Viquesney]
Sutherland to Dept. of Agriculture (D.F. Houston)
1917 September 1
Encloses Mr Viquesney's letter. Request they give attention to the matter. [B.F. Viquesney]
Murray, Nat. C. to Sutherland
1917 September 12
Explains why the United States Department of Agriculture is unable to compensate for service rendered by Mr. Viquesney and other volunteers.

Sutherland to B.F. Viquesney
1917 September 13
Encloses letter from Bureau of Crop Estimates in reply to his letter.

Viquesney, J.A. to Sutherland
1913 October 22
Requests immediate assistance. [telegram]

Viquesney, J.A. to Sutherland
1913 October 22
Invites him to attend opening meeting of West Virginia Fish and Game Protective Assocation. Program enclosed. [program follows]

Sutherland to J.A. Viquesney
1913 October 23
Due to the expenses of moving to Washington, he will be unable to pay his subscription to the Associaton at the present time.

Viquesney, J.A. to Sutherland
1913 October 24
Encloses note for his signature.

Sutherland to J.A. Viquesney
1913 October 25
Encloses signed note. Will attend meeting if schedule allows.

Viquesney, J.A. to Sutherland
1915 --- --
Urges him to support a bill that would provide for a bounty on predatory animals, a resident hunter's license, and other ideas that would better protect the forests from fire.

Sutherland to J.A. Viquesney
1915 February 3
Acknowledges his circular letter regarding bill before the Legislature. Thinks they are more suited to act on hunting license matter.

Viquesney, J.A. to Sutherland
1915 February 11
Informs he did not expect him to take a hand in West Virginia Legislature in regards to license matter.

Voitle, C.W. to Sutherland
1915 July 24
Invites him to address meeting.

Sutherland to C.W. Voitle
1915 July 31
Regrets he missed meeting. Glad he was named Managing Editor of Washington Daily News.

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Wade, L.M. to Sutherland
1916 January 11
Understands he will redeem Burnsville lot. Interested in purchasing same.

Sutherland to L.M. Wade
1916 January 12
Was under impression all his taxes were paid. Wants to redeem property. Suggest he look at same and make offer.

Wade, L.M. to Sutherland
1916 January 14
Reports Sutherland's lot was sold for municipal taxes. Advises to redeem same. Will look over property soon. Gives Braxton County policial situation as he finds it.

Sutherland to L.M. Wade
1916 January 18
Informs he forwarded check for taxes to County Clerk. Finds his political views interesting.

Wadsworth, James to Sutherland
1917 December 11
Points out numerous facts regarding Federal suffrage amendment. Presents the negatives of the amendment.

Sutherland to J.W. Wadsworth
1917 December 15
Will give consideration to arguements from the Anti-National Suffrage standpoint.

Wagenhorst, E. to Sutherland
1916 June 21
Congratulates him on his win.

Sutherland to E.C. Wagenhorst
1916 July 3
Appreciates his letters of congratulations; expects to win in the fall.

Wagner, E.E. to Sutherland
1912 April 1
Request he make address at annual meeting of West Virginia State Auto Association.

Sutherland to Earle E. Wagner
1912 April 3
Accepts speaking engagement at Clarksburg.

Wagner, George to Sutherland
1917 December 22
Requests he secure copy of military discharge for one he lost.

Sutherland to George Wagner
1917 December 28
Will comply with his request.

[George Wagner]
Sutherland to S.F. Hoffman
1917 December 28
Encloses blank application for military discharge to replace original lost by George Wagner.

Wakeman, Wilbur F. to Sutherland
1914 December 22
Expreses thanks for expresseion regarding Protection. [American Protective Tariff League]

Wakeman, W.F. to Sutherland
1917 August 23
Suggests Congress should print in one indexed publication all tax laws from
1913 forward. If he approves, encourages Sutherland to aid in passage of Joint Resolution of authorization.

Sutherland to W.F. Wakeman
1917 August 25
Acknowledges his circular letter and informs that he favors Joint Resolution for such publications.

Wakeman, W.F. to Sutherland
1917 August 30
Discusses the printing of a compilation of tax laws passed by Congress. Glad he favors the Joint Resolution.

Sutherland to W.F. Wakeman
1917 August 31
Assures Joint Resolution will be given his attention.

Wakeman, W.F. to Sutherland
1917 September 4
Understands Senator Townsend has introduced a resolution in keeping with their idea regarding the printing of public document on tax laws.

Sutherland to W.F. Wakeman
1917 September 5
Assures him that the Townsend resolution will receive his closest attention.

Wakeman, W.F. to Sutherland
1917 September 8
Discusses why tax laws should be printed in one public document as opposed to other forms suggested by other parties.

Sutherland to W.F. Wakeman
1917 September 10
Acknowledgs his letter regarding tax law publication.

Wakeman, W.F. to Sutherland
1917 November 27
Requests an appointment to see him in Washington.

Sutherland to W.F. Wakeman
1917 November 28
Will arrange to meet with him.

Wakeman, W.F. to Sutherland
1917 December 4
Regrets not seeing him. Will meet him at a later date.

Sutherland to W.F. Wakeman
1917 December 5
Regrets not seeing him during his visit to Washington.

[Adda Walden]
Irwin, William to Sutherland
1917 May 11
Asks that he write a letter of recommendation for Mrs. Walden.

[Adda Walden]
Sutherland to William W. Irwin
1917 May 14
Informs he will be glad to assist Mrs. Walden in securing a job.

Sutherland to Mrs. Adda Walden
1917 May 14
Will assist in any way to secure a position.

Sutherland to Waldorf Austria Hotel
1916 October 4
Informs he has not received refund check. [Waldorf Austria Hotel]

1916 October 6
Encloses check to cover refund on train berth.

Sutherland to Alfred Walker
1912 May 24
Appreciates the support for his candidacy.

Walker, S.W. to Sutherland
1918 January 10
Wants to be informed on his confirmation. [telegram]

Sutherland to District Attorney S.W. Walker
1918 January 10
Appointment confirmed. Extends congratulations. [telegram]

Wall, H. to Sutherland
1917 November 23
Encloses circular letter regarding Thanksgiving dinner planned by the Rocky Mountain Club. Requests his presence. [advertisements follow]

Sutherland to H. Wall
1917 November 28
Prior obligations prevent him from attending the Thanksgiving dinner. Extends best wishes to soldiers and sailors.

Wall, H. to Sutherland
1917 December 13
Hopes he will be their honored guest at dinner for soldiers enroute to Berlin.

Sutherland to A.H. Hall
1917 December 15
Obligations to family and public prevents him from attending Club dinner for soldiers.

Wall, H. to Sutherland
1917 December 18
Acknowledges his letter regarding Christmas dinner.

Sutherland to H. Wall
1917 December 21
Wishes his organization success. Explains why he cannot attend dinner for soldiers.

Wall, Herbert to Sutherland
1918 January 17
Informs that the Rocky Mountain Club will honor Colonel William B. Thompson at a dinner in Januaryuary.

Sutherland to Herbert Wall
1918 January 18
Regrets he is unable to attend dinner.

---- to Sutherland
n.d.
Questions the basis for longevity pay for officers and men of the temporary forces of the Army. Lengthy letter questioning Senate Bill #3154.

Wallman, H. to Sutherland
1912 November 13
Extends his congratulations.

Sutherland to H.W. Wallman
1912 November 15
Appreciates his congratulations.

Sutherland to George Walls
1912 May 16
Appreciates his support. Outlook good.

[Chairman Walsh]
Sutherland to L.K. Brown
1913 September 19
Asks if Walsh will return in time to keep speaking engagement at the State Board of Trade Meeting.

[Walsh Bill]
Ball, Max to Sutherland
1917 December 28
Discusses the Walsh Bill (S.B. #2812) and why he should oppose it.

[Walsh Bill]
Porter, Robert G. to Sutherland
1917 December 29
Urges him to support amendment of Walsh Bill.

[Walsh Bill]
Ball, Max to Sutherland
1917 December 31
Discusses the Walsh Bill and how it would favor Standard Oil if passed.

Walton, A.J. to Sutherland
1917 October 9
Requests information concerning Farm Loan program.

Sutherland to A.J. Walton
1917 October 11
Refers him to J.B. Finley for information on the Farm Loan program.

Walton, F.D. to Sutherland
1918 January 5
Wants data regarding Priority Order #2.

Sutherland to F.D. Walton
1918 January 7
Informs that all priority orders issued by Judge Lovett to the Railroads has been suspended by him.

Walton, William W. to Sutherland
1912 October 12
Informs if he will send check that he in turn will campaign for Republican party.

Sutherland to W.W. Walton
1912 October 16
Recommends he contact his county committee.

Sutherland to W.W. Walton
1912 November 16
Ackowledges his support.

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Sutherland to Ed Wamsley
1917 November 8
Informs that he will take personal interest in Kenneth's case and aid him in future.

Wamsley, Jared to Sutherland
1911 February 6
Informs he signed petition asking if Randolph County be given a judge independent of all other counties. Asks if he could work in the Senate making Randolph and Tucker counties a judicial circuit.

Wamsley, J.L. to Sutherland
1911 February 8
Discusses editorial printed in The Bar that severely criticizes the Republicans in the Senate.

Sutherland to J.L. Wamsley
1911 February 11
Values his judgement and opinion. Will give the Judicial Circuit matter careful attention.

Sutherland to J.L. Wamsley
1912 January 16
Encloses fee bills in regards to suit filed against county court of Randolph County.

Wamsley, W.D. to Sutherland
1917 February 19
No rush regarding matters he wants to discuss. Thinks Sutherland will not have any difficulty in the contest.

Wamsley, W.D. to Sutherland
1917 October 24
Informs he gave Sutherland's name as a reference on application.

Sutherland to W.D. Wamsley
1917 October 26
Informs he will endorse him.

Wamsley, W.D. to Sutherland
1918 January 14
Informs that Robert is "somewhere over in France" and Kenneth is in officers training camp. Hopes he can aid him in securing position.

Sutherland to W.D. Wamsley
1918 January 17
Glad Robert is all right and that Kenneth is doing nicely. Will keep him in mind regarding a position.

Wanamaker, John to Sutherland
1915 March 14
Informs his daughter wants to open a charge account with their store. Seeks his approval.

Sutherland to John Wanamaker
1913 March 21
Approves of daughter opening limited account. Request he be advised of charges.

Sutherland to John Wanamaker
1915 August 6
Wants itemized bill for purchases charged.

Sutherland to John Wanamaker
1916 April 29
Encloses check for the bill.

[Miss Ward]
Bennett, to Mrs. M.C. Allahen
1916 February 17
Asks if she would be willing to give Miss Ward a letter of introduction to Mrs. Stephen Elkins.

Ward, H.N. to Sutherland
1917 July 9
Feels confident he meets requirements for Civil Service job, but thinks a word from him would help.

[H.N. Ward]
Sutherland to Civil Service Commission
1917 July 10
Wants information on status of H.N. Ward's application.

Sutherland to H.N. Ward
1917 July 10
Will contact him upon receipt of inquiry to Civil Service Commission. [H.N. Ward]
McIllhenny, J.A. to Sutherland
1917 July 16
Replies to his letter concerning H.N. Ward.

Sutherland to H.N. Ward
1917 July 18
Advises him to fill out and return necessary Civil Service form.

Ward, J.B. to Sutherland
1915 May 4
Offers land tract for sale.

Sutherland to J.B. Ward
1915 May 10
Informs he is not interested in his land.

Ward, U.S.G. to Sutherland
1918 January 17
Wants to know if there is a fixed price or restriction of any kind made by the Governor on sugar.

Sutherland to U.S.G. Ward
1918 January 21
Informs that no fixed price has been placed on sugar.

Sutherland to Wirt C. Ward
1913 March 21
Discusses value of the Baldwin-Chandlee Supply Company stock.

Warden, A.R. to Sutherland
1917 December 3
Wants to know if his nephew has any chance to be appointed to the Naval Academy.

Sutherland to A.R. Warden
1917 December 6
Informs that his nephew is too old to take Annapolis exam.

Warder, Hugh to Sutherland
1912 May 11
Offers assistance in race for Congressman-at-Large. Encloses list of active Republicans in the County.

Sutherland to Hugh Warder
1912 May 14
Appreciates the lists and his support.

Sutherland to Harry Wardman
1915 August 30
Informs that the Elkins Lumber and Manufacturing Company has building works his company could use.

Warffuel, R.R. to Sutherland
1918 January 9
Wants information regarding government work.

Sutherland to R.R. Warffuel
1918 January 11
Advises secret service positions are filled. If requested, will have Civil Service forms sent by mail.

Sutherland to H.R. Warfield
1914 September 1
Informs he has been trying to locate him. Wants meeting.

Warfield's Secretary to Sutherland
1914 September 4
Informs Mr. H.R. Warfield out of town and upon his return will promptly reply to letter.

Warfield, H.R. to Sutherland
1914 October 6
Regrets he was unable to see him last month. Extends invitation to visit in Washington.

Sutherland to H.R. Warfield
1914 October 7
Wants him to arrange a meeting in the near future.

Warfield, S.D. to Sutherland
1913 March 20
Informs that Sutherland has been named as a member of the Executive Committee of the Southern Settlement and Development Organization.

Sutherland to S.D. Warfield
1913 March 22
Would give him great pleasure to serve on committee.

Warfield, S. Davies to Sutherland
1915 March 4
Informs of meeting of the Advisory Committee of the Southern Settlement and Development Organization in Baltimore.

[Warfield, S. Davies]
Manss, W.H. to Sutherland
1915 March 6
Urges him to attend meeting in Baltimore.

Sutherland to S.D. Warfield
1915 March 8
Informs he just returned home after two years in Washington. Regrets inability to attend meeting, but will be happy to help organization.

Warfield, S.D. to Sutherland
1915 March 10
Regrets he was unable to attend meeting. [telegram]

Sutherland to S.D. Warfield
1915 March 11
Encloses signed proxy. Regrets not able to attend.

[J.L. Waring]
. Sutherland to Z.T. Vinson
1917 May 22
Informs he has taken matter up with Mr. Waring and will be glad to aid his son.

Sutherland to J.L. Waring
1917 May 22
Requests he supply complete facts on matter concerning his son, John. Will be glad to serve any friend or relative of Colonel Vinson. [2 copies of application for rehearing before Army Retiring Board follow - same date]

[J. Waring]
Baker, G.L. to Secretary of War
1917 May 29
Informs that he will be representing John B.H. Waring in his claim for a re-hearing.

[J. Waring]
McCaine, H.P. to Sutherland
1917 June 1
Informs that the Secretary of War has personally reviewed the case. He agrees with the previous reports that Dr. Waring's disabilities did not result from his Army service. This decision is final.

[J. Waring]
Baker, G.L. to Secretary of War
1917 June 1
Informs that he will be representing John B.H. Waring in his claim for a re-hearing.

[J. Waring]
Baker, Newton D. to Sutherland
1917 June 8
Informs that Dr. Waring's case has been reviewed.

[J. Waring]
Baker, G.L. to Sutherland
1917 June 20
Encloses copy of a letter addressed to Chairman of the Committee on Military Affairs of the Senate. Hopes information may aid in securing an investigation before Committee. [copy follows]

[J. Waring]
Sutherland to G.L. Baker
1917 June 21
Will be glad to do anything relative to Dr. Waring case. [copy of Dr. Waring's application for rehearing follows]

[J. Waring]
Baker, G.L. to Committee on Military Affairs
1917 July 23
Letter objecting to the confirmation of Captain Edwards and others on the list.

[J. Waring]
Baker, Gibbs L. to Sutherland
1917 July 23
Requests an objection to the confirmation of Captain Edwards and other officers. Requests investigation by subcommittee on Military Affairs. [1 copy of Meeting of committee on Military Affairs with motion made by Sutherland]
[1 copy questions taken from the records in the case of Captain Waring]

[J.B.H. Waring]
Sutherland to Secretary of War, Baker
1917 July 31
Discusses the case of Captain Waring. Requests certain nominations be held up until investigation be conducted. [2 copies of letter and information regarding Waring's case follow]

[J.B.H. Waring]
Baker, Secretary of War to Sutherland
1917 August 2
He will contact him after reviewing Waring's case.

[J.B.H. Waring]
Baker, G. to Chairman of Committee of Military Affairs, Sidney Taliaferro
1917 August 15
Informs nomination of other officers has been postponed. Suggest they be heard before his Committee on Military Affairs.

[J.B.H. Waring]
Taliaferro, S.F. to Sutherland
1917 August 15
Encloses copy of his letter addressed to Chairman of Military Affairs regarding Case of Captain Waring.

[Washington and Southern Bank]
Tait, J. Selwin to Sutherland
1913 February 12
Offers facilities of the Washington and Southern Bank.

Sutherland to Washington and Southern Bank
1913 February 15
Informs he will continue banking at Davis Trust Company.

[Washington and Southern Bank]
Tait, J. Selwin to Sutherland
1913 February 17
However small account he kept, it would be acceptable.

[Washington Birthday Ball]
Sutherland to Greenbrier Hotel
1915 February 3
Acknowledges invitation but must decline due to duties. [invitation follows]

[Washington Birthday Ball]
Slocum, J.H. to Sutherland
1915 February 4
Regrets he is unable to attend Washington Birthday Ball at the Greenbrier Hotel.

[Booker T. Washington]
Graves, William C. to Sutherland
1917 August 30
Requests he inform him on his opinion of the book Booker T.Washington: Builder of a Civilization.

[Booker T. Washington]
Sutherland to William C. Graves
1917 September 3
Informs he has not received copy of book. Will read it with interest once received.

[Washintgon Loan and Trust Company]
Allen to Sutherland
1913 March 10
Inivites him to use their banking facility.

[Washington Loan and Trust Company]
Sutherland to Harry G. Meem
1913 March 12
Informs that it would not be profitable to use his banking facility.

Sutherland to Washington Post
1915 August 6
Questions why he has not received his paper.

Sutherland to Washington Post
1915 November 29
Wants advertisement placed in the newspaper.

Sutherland to Washington Society.
1913 November 28
Wants his mailing address changed.

Sutherland to D.D. Washington
1913 March 21
Acknowledges invitiation. Regets that his schedule prevents him from attending the banquet.

Waterman, L.E. Company to Sutherland
1914 December 17
Wants to know what repair he wants of his fountain pen.

Sutherland to L.E. Waterman Company
1914 December 18
Encloses check for pen repair.

Waters, E.H. to Sutherland
1917 July 26
Thanks him for looking after his constituency. Wants him to support H.B. #5410. [copy of bill follows]

Sutherland to E.H. Waters
1917 July 30
Will give H.B. #5410 careful consideration.

Watkins, C.H. Jr. to Sutherland
1917 August 2
Urges him to support Purple Cross H.B. #5410. Discusses its merits.

Sutherland to C.H. Watkins, Jr.
1917 August 3
Favors H.B. #5410.

Watkins, C.H. Jr. to Sutherland
1917 August 4
Understands H.B. #5410 is the same as the Wolcott Purple Cross Bill before the Senate. Urges him to hasten its passage.

Sutherland to C.H. Watkins, Jr.
1917 August 8
Informs him of status of Wolcott Bill.

Watkins, C.H. Jr. to Sutherland
1917 August 20
Pleased to learn he is favorable to passage of Wolcott Purple Cross Bill.

Sutherland to C.H. Watkins, Jr.
1917 August 23
Favors speedy passage of Purple Cross Bill.

Sutherland to E.H. Waters
1917 July 30
Will be glad to favor H.B. #5410.

Sutherland to C.W. Watson
1911 April 22
Wants data in regard to the purchase of lands in the Appalachian Mountain system by the Governor.

Sutherland to C.W. Watson
1911 April --
Replies to his inquiry regarding land.

Sutherland to C.W. Watson
1911 April 22
Requests his aid in having item covering claim of Mrs. Buckey to be inserted in the next bill.

Watson, C.W. to Sutherland
1911 April 24
Will advise him as soon as he can regarding purchase of lands in the Appalachian Mountain system by Governor.

Watson, C.W. to Sutherland
1911 April 24
He will do everything possible to have item covering Mrs. Buckey's claim in next Omnibus Claims Bill.

Watson, C.W. to Sutherland
1911 April 26
Encloses circular letter of the Forest Service regarding disposal of land.

Sutherland to C.W. Watson
1911 May 6
Thanks him for information in regards to purchase of lands under Weeks law. Hopes he gets favorable action upon bill concerning construction of building.

Watson, C.W. to Sutherland
1911 May 9
Informs it is unlikely legislation will be made at the next session regarding public building at Elkins.

Watson, C.W. to Sutherland
1917 September 11
Requests he talk with J.S. Averback of New York. [telegram]

Sutherland to C.W. Watson
1917 September 11
Informs he will be glad to see J.S. Averback.

Watson, H.W. to Sutherland
1912 May 7
Wishes him success in the general election. Offers to provide list of active Republicans in his area.

Sutherland to H.W. Watson
1912 May 8
Asks for his support. Requests list of active Republicans in his section.

Watson, H.W. to Sutherland
1912 November 7
Extends congratulations on his win.

Sutherland to H.W. Watson
1912 November 12
Appreciates congratulatory notes from his family.

Sutherland to H.W. Watson
1915 January 7
Appreciates remembrance.

Watson, H.W. to Sutherland
1915 April 27
Thanks him for his aid in settling mother's pension claim. Discusses political sentiment in their area.

Sutherland to H.W. Watson
1915 April 29
Request he inform him on sentiment of public in his area.

Sutherland to H.W. Watson
1915 August 6
Request he look into matter concerning charges of misconduct against R.F. Bowers. Wants information on sentiment of people in regards to Senatorial candidates.

Watson, H.W. to Sutherland
1915 September 9
In regards to Bower's case, his wife and her family thought he was too intimate with one of the clerks. Investigation did not support this but a violation of the P.L. & R. law regarding carrying passengers and packages was violated. Thinks Sutherland is easily the favorite of candidates.

Sutherland to H.W. Watson
1915 September 10
Assumes post office matter has blown over. Appreciates his views/ observations on poltical situations.

Watson, H.W. to Sutherland
1916 February 15
Informs that political situation in his area same. Wants to know his intentions.

Sutherland to H.W. Watson
1916 February 16
Wants to see him at train station.

Watson, H.W. to Sutherland
1912 May 7
Hopes he is successful securing Congressman-at-Large nomination.

Watson, J. to Sutherland
1912 November 9
Requests a reply to his letter concerning their Grant County timber lands.

Sutherland to J.C. Watson
1912 November 11
Has contacted party regarding his land. Will keep him advised.

Sutherland to R.B. Watson
1912 May 18
Thanks him for support. Would like a complete list of names.

Sutherland to Roy Waugh
1911 December 12
Requests his aid in having Preston Harmon appointed Field Agent of the Humane Society. Discusses political situation.

Waugh, H.R. to Sutherland
1911 December 15
Expresses his views on political situation. Will do what he can to help Harmon secure position.

Sutherland to Roy Waugh
1911 December 23
Expresses his views in regard to Swisher and Hatfield's nomination. Wants to meet to discuss matters.

Waugh, H.R. to Sutherland
1911 December 23
Wants to discuss political matters with him. Reference made to Hatfield's announcement.

Sutherland to Roy Waugh
1911 December 28
Does not feel that Hatfield can win the general election if he secures the Republican nomination. Discusses Hatfield's strengths and weaknesses.

Sutherland to Roy Waugh
1912 May 10
Requests his support for Congressman-at-Large.

Waugh, H.R. to Sutherland
1912 November 7
Congratulates him on election win.

Sutherland to H.R. Waugh
1912 November 8
Expresses thanks for support.

Sutherland to H. Roy Waugh
1915 July 22
Discusses loan and note on their Greenbrier County land.

Sutherland to H. Roy Waugh
1915 November 9
Explains why he has delayed taking care of note held by the People's Bank.

Waugh, H. Roy to Sutherland
1915 December 15
Informs that the People's Bank has agreed to note renewal arrangement providing the Baldwin- Chandlee certificates of stock is collateral.

Sutherland to H. Roy Waugh
1915 December 18
Informs he mailed note and check; will send Baldwin stock later in the week.

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Sutherland to Senator John W. Weeks
1917 September 18
Will be absent from Committee meeting; wants to be voted in favor of his Social Welfare Bill and any amendments.

Wees, Boyd to Sutherland
1912 February 2
Wants copy of daily proceedings of legislature. Asks if he is going to "fix" Elkins old charter or pass city code.

Sutherland to Boyd Wees
1911 February 4
Informs that his supply of Senate journals have been exhausted. Informs new charter bill will be passed.

Wees, Mrs. Boyd to Mrs. Sutherland
1914 December 21
Requests a visit with him when he is in Elkins regarding private matters.

Sutherland to Mrs. Boyd Wees
1914 December 22
Will be glad to talk matters over with her.

Wees, Kirk to Sutherland
1914 June 8
Wants to use his pony.

Sutherland to Kirk Wees
1914 June 10
Will be glad for him to use their pony, however Mrs. Sutherland and the children enjoy the pony whenever they are in town.

Weeks, K.B. to Sutherland
1915 February 4
Informs that he used his name as a reference to Dr. M.H. Reaser of Beechwood Schools.

Wees, L.S. to Sutherland
1914 July 29
Encloses check for balance due on lot. Requests release deed be given to county club for record.

Weir, D.M. to Sutherland
1917 September 24
Asks he support the Webb-Pomerence Bill for the promotion of foreign trade.

Sutherland to D.M. Weir
1917 September 26
Thanks him for his views on the Webb-Pomerence Bill.

Weir, J.W. to Sutherland
1913 April 5
Informs that he plans to publish and edit newspaper at Elkins on the first day of May. Invites him to subscribe to the Randolph Review.

Sutherland to J.W. Weir
1913 April 8
Wants to subscribe to paper; offers congratulations.

Sutherland to J.W. Weir
1915 February 6
Appreciates his complimentary remarks in recent publication. Hope his legislative duties are pleasant.

[C.K. Welch]
Richards, H. Campbell to Sutherland
1917 December 5
Request he aid C.K. Welch obtain employment. [C.K. Welch]
Addleman, R.M. to Suthelrand
1917 December 5
Provides letter of recommendation for C.K. Welch.

[C.K. Welch]
McKee, David A. to Sutherland
1917 December 5
Recommends C.K. Welch for employment. [C.K. Welch]
Schuck, C.J. to Sutherland
1917 December 5
Endorses application of C.K. Welch. [C.K. Welch]
Hersey, Dr. R.J. to Sutherland
1917 December 5
Endorses Mr. Welch for government job.

Welch, Charles K. to Sutherland
1917 December 5
Discusses his qualifications for a government position.

[C.K. Welch]
Kinghorn, J.L. to Sutherland
1917 December 5
Recommends for Mr. Welch for government position.

[C.K. Welch]
Sutherland to R.M. Addleman
1917 December 7
Assures he will do everything in his power to aid Mr. Welch in securing a position.

[C.K. Welch]
Sutherland to C.J. Shuck
1917 December 7
Assures that he will aid Mr. Welch in securing a government job.

[C.K. Welch]
Sutherland to D.A. McKee
1917 December 7
Will aid Mr. Welch in securing job.

[C.K. Welch]
Sutherland to Dr. R.J. Hersey
1917 December 7
Will help Mr. Welch obtain job.

[C.K. Welch]
Sutherland to H.C. Richards
1917 December 7
Informs that Civil Service Commission is sending data to Mr. Welch.

Sutherland to C.K. Welch
1917 December 7
Informs all government jobs are under Civil Service. Data being sent regarding positions.

[C.K. Welch]
Sutherland to J.L. Kinghorn
1917 December 8
Action has been taken in regard to Mr. Welch.

[C.K. Welch]
Jones, J.H. Major to Sutherland
1917 December 14
Endorses Mr. Welch.

Sutherland to C.K. Welch
1917 December 15
Encloses letter from Major Jones. Offers further assistance if needed.

Wells, B.J. to Sutherland
1917 December 17
Encloses resolution regarding increased of pension passed by Kuykendall Post #36, Department of West Virginia, G.A.R.

Sutherland to B.F. Wells
1917 December 18
Will give resolution careful attention.

Sutherland to S.G. Wells
1912 November 6
Expresses appreciation for his support and work.

Wells, S.G. to Sutherland
1915 August 18
Wants to know good fishing location in Randolph County. Informs his name has been mentioned as candidate for three offices.

Sutherland to S.G. Wells
1915 August 20
Gives him directions to good fishing site. Has not decided about the political race.

Wells, S.G. to Sutherland
1915 August 24
Plan to take his advice on fishing site. Hopes to see him on way to camp.

Sutherland to S.G. Wells
1915 August 27
Will arrange with W.H. Boggs for permission to camp on his property. Advises that he should contact him as well. Will see him at Elkins.

Wells, S.G. to Sutherland
1917 October 6
Wants to know if he will be in Washington on Monday. [telegram]

Sutherland to S.G. Wells
1917 October 6
Will be in Washington on Monday. [telegram]

Wells, W.E. to Sutherland
1912 March 29
Expresses his views on type of candidate West Virginia needs elected. Will support candidates who are correct in regards to tariff and practice safe, conservative Republican principles.

Sutherland to W.E. Wells
1912 May 14
Will appreciate his support and assures he favors protection of American Industries and especially those in West Virginia.

Sutherland to Ella J. Welsh
1913 September 16
Happy to hear from her after so many years. Discusses his immediate family and siblings that she knew. Underwent recent eye surgery which is the reason for the delay in answering.

Welton, Arch to Sutherland
1912 November 12
Extends his congratulations and invitation to his home.

Sutherland to A.J. Welton
1912 November 14
Promises to work hard to justify his confidence and support.

Sutherland to A.J. Welton
1915 January 7
Appreciates good wishes.

Sutherland to A.J. Welton
1915 September 4
Recent editorial one of the most complimentary he has ever received.

Welton, A.J. to Sutherland
1915 September 8
Informs he wrote article solely as he felt.

Welton, A.J. to Sutherland
1915 September 11
Appreciates his views on political situation. Discusses the effect of White's announcement.

Welton, Arch to Sutherland
1916 February 14
Wants to know if he has made decision regarding political race. Appreciates many courtesies.

Sutherland to Arch Welton
1916 February 17
Advises of his intentions to become a Senatorial candidate. Analyzes other political races.

Sutherland to C.B. Welton
1912 December 2
Requests official certificate showing the vote for Congressman-at-Large in Hardy County.

Sutherland to C.B. Welton
1912 December 5
Informs that he received the certificate earlier.

Welton, C.B. to Sutherland
1918 January 3
Wants information regarding procedure to obtain government contract for sale of wood.

Sutherland to C.B. Welton
1918 January 5
Informs that the Quartermaster General of the Army will send information regarding wood purchase.

Gathals, G.W. to C.B. Welton
1918 January 5
Replies to his inquiry made to Senator Sutherland regarding the purchase of wood for the Army.

Werkman, W.M. to Sutherland
1912 August 5
Requests donation for the Republican Marchching Club.

Sutherland to William M. Werkman
1912 August 14
Encloses $10.00 for Republican Marchching Club.

Sutherland to W.W. Wertz
1912 December 14
Acknowledges recent note. Pleased that he supports Hodges' candidcacy for Clerk of the Senate.

Werwinski, Ignatius R. to Sutherland
1917 September 20
Urges the Senate members at the end of the war to recognize Poland as an independent nation. Provides related historical information.

Sutherland to I.K. Werwinski
1917 September 22
Assures the matter concerning Poland will be given careful attention.

Sutherland to H.B. Wessel
1912 October 7
Informs his record in State Senate and personally is plain with reference to the rights of the individual. Returns completed form.

West Virginia Bankers Associaton to Sutherland
1916 May --
Invitation to convention.

[West Virginia Bankers Associaton]
Sutherland's Secretary to R.E. Talbot
1916 May 22
Replies concerning convention on Sutherland's behalf.

[West Virginia Board of Trade]
Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1912 August 6
Request he make response on behalf of Board of Trade.

[West Virginia Board of Trade]
Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1912 October 19
Hopes he will attend meeting of Board of Trade.

[West Virginia Board of Trade]
Naylor, R.B. to Sutherland
1912 October 21
Informs Executive Council meeting set.

Sutherland to West Virginia Central Gas Company
1913 October 25
Informs that he did not use the amount of gas that he was charged for. Explains that the tenants are fully responsible for payment of bill when they were in house.

[West Virginia Child Labor Committee]
Riggs, R.A. to Sutherland ---- --- -- Requests a donation for the committee. Defines nature of work the committee undertakes. Informs of upcoming meeting in Huntington.

WV Direct Primary Assocation to Sutherland
1911 February 1
Requests his support of direct primary bill up before Senate.

WV Direct Primary Assocation to Sutherland
1911 February 13
Urges passing of direct primary bill.

[West Virginia Industrial School for Boys]
Flesher, H. to Sutherland
1918 January 3
Requests extension of appointments of H.B. Shaffer and George Jewel.

Sutherland to WV Industrial School
1918 January 3
Acknowledges receipt of telegram concerning appointments of Shaffer and Jewel. [telegram]

[West Virginia Industrial School for Boys]
Sutherland to Col. G.E. Humphrey
1918 January 3
Hopes he can comply with request made by West Virginia Industrial School for Boys.

[West Virginia Industrial School for Boys]
Sutherland to H.E. Flesher
1918 January 8
Informs of action he has taken in regard to probational appointments of Jewel and Shaffer. [West Virginia Industrial School for Boys]
Humphrey, G.E. to Sutherland
1918 January 16
Informs that Shaffer and Jewell will be allowed to report at a later date. [West Virginia Industrial School for Boys]
Humphrey, G.E. to Sutherland
1918 January 16
Informs that extension has been granted. [West Virginia Industrial School for Boys]
Sutherland to H.E. Flesher
1918 January 18
Encloses copy of letter from Col. Humphrey.

[West Virginia Industrial School for Boys]
Flesher, H.E. to Sutherland
1918 January 29
Thanks him for assisting in matter concerning Jewel and Shaffer.

Sutherland to WV Pulp and Paper Company
1912 May 23
Seeks support of lumber businessmen.

Sutherland to WV Pulp and Paper Company
1913 March 14
Wants to know if his company is interested in large pulpwood tract.

[West Virginia Society]
Baker, Henry A. to Sutherland
1914 November 4
Offers congratulations. Sends bill for initial fees.

[West Virginia Society]
Sutherland to Henry S. Baker
1916 June 19
Regets that he will miss the State's birthday celebration. Appreciates the invitation.

Sutherland to West Virginia Telephone Company
1917 August 4
Discusses bill he received.

WV Tri-Products Company to Sutherland
1913 February 18
Appreciates his views on matter of cut over lands. Hopes to see him in Washington.

[WV Tri-Products Company]
Swisher, Howard to Charles S. Robb
1914 May 2
Requests he meet with O.C. Zellnar the next time he visits Pittsburgh.

[WV Tri-Products Company]
Swisher, Howard to Sutherland
n.d.
Discusses in length the organization of a royalty company - wants him to join them.

[WV Underwriters Association]
Sutherland to Stamping Secratary
1913 April 11
Informs that he is no longer in the insurance business. E.O. Fling handles all of his former clients.

[WV Fire Underwriters' Association]
Keugoth, A.G. to Sutherland
1913 April 15
Appreciates notice that E.O. Fling handles his agency and records.

[West Virginia University]
Sanderson, E.D. to Sutherland
1912 August 2
Requests a synopsis of his recent address at the Country Life Conference for publication.

[West Virginia Wesleyan College]
Rowlands, Edward to Sutherland
1913 April 10
Informs that his note given on the Gymnasium will be due soon.

West, Orlandus to Sutherland
1917 August 26
Requests data on attitude of the Governor in regards to any action that nay affect prices of oil and oil products.

Sutherland to Orlandus West
1917 August 27
Will try to get information he requested, however President may announce intentions without prior notice.

Sutherland to Rev. S.P. West
1911 February 13
Will give close attentin to matter of which he wrote.

Westcott, H.H. to Mrs. Sutherland
1913 May 8
Wants to show her available Washington homes.

Sutherland to H.H. Westcott
1913 May 13
Acknowledges his letter about Washington real estate. Westcott, Horace H. to Sutherland
1914 November 10
Informs that he has houses for rent. Sutherland to Horace H. Westcott
1914 November 12
His family has not decided on living arrangements. [Western Marchyland Railroad Company]
Sutherland to President C.R. Gray
1915 June 14
On behalf of Elkins' Civic League, requests his approval of establishing rest rooms at stations which would be maintained by the Club.

[Western Marchyland Railroad Company]
Sutherland to C.R. Gray
1915 June 17
On behalf of the ladies of the Elkins' Civic League, thanks him for his cooperation on proposed project.

[Western Marchyland Railroad Company]
Gray, C.R. to Sutherland
1915 July 24
States arrangement he is willing to agree on in regards to railroad station rest room.

[Western Marchyland Railroad Company]
Sutherland to C.R. Gray
1915 August 2
Informs Civic League will contact him soon regarding project. Thanks him for cooperation.

[Western Marchyland Railroad Company]
---- ---- ---- to Sutherland
1915 August 28
Extends invitation to attend picnic. Sutherland to T.A. Westmyer
1910 October 1
Wants him to review his report on the Good Road movement; wants to be advised on any other facts on matter if known.

Sutherland to G.P. Wetzell
1913 April 4
Wants payment credited in next month's insurance fee.

Sutherland to G.P. Wetzell
1915 January 26
Informs he wants to make payments on time.

Weyman, W. to Sutherland
1917 August 16
Requests he support Senate Bill #2717.

Sutherland to Wesley Weyman
1917 August 28
Will give careful consideration to the matter.

Weymouth, C.L. to Sutherland
1917 August 4
Writes concerning starting a weekly or semi-weekly newspaper at soldier's camp. Seeks a letter of recommendation.

Sutherland to C.L. Weymouth
1917 August 7
Advises against publishing a paper in Ohio.

Weymouth, C.L. to Sutherland
1917 August 11
Discusses type of paper he wants published.

Sutherland to C.W. Weymouth
1917 August 13
Encloses letter of recommendation. [letter follows]

Weymouth, Dr. J.H. to Sutherland
1911 February 11
Wants position as proofreader - seeks his aid in securing same.

Sutherland to Dr. J.H. Weymouth
1911 February 11
Regrets it was impossible to secure a place for him.

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Sutherland to Mrs. Louis Wheeler
1914 January 12
Discusses her son's patent. Will attend to matter if he will send him drawings.

Wheeler, N.S to Sutherland
n.d.
Has real estate for rental.

Sutherland to Nettie Wheeler
1913 March 21
Informs he has already made housing arrangments.

[Wheeling Intelligencer Publishing Company]
Meyer, H.H. to Sutherland
1915 March 31
Wants his photograph for publication.

[Wheeling Intelligencer Publishing Company]
Sutherland to H.H. Meyers
1915 April 8
Sending requested photograph.

[Wheeling Intelligencer Publishing Company]
Keyser, William R. to Sutherland
1915 June 3
Wants copy of his address that he is scheduled to make at Stone Presbyterian Church.

[Wheeling Intelligencer Publishing Company]
Sutherland to W.R. Keyser
1915 June 5
Will send a summary or copy of address.

Sutherland to Wheeling News
1915 October 21
Informs he has not forgotten account and will remit for same in near future.

[Wheeling News Bureau]
Arkle, Edward A. to Sutherland
1916 January 7
Wants him to subscribe to their clipping service.

[Wheeling News Bureau]
Sutherland to E.A. Arkle
1916 January 8
Informs he has a clipping service.

[Wheeling News Bureau]
Arkle, E.A. to Sutherland
1916 January 10
Informs he was unaware of any rival in West Virginia clipping field.

[Wheeling News Bureau]
Sutherland to E.A. Arkle
1916 January 14
Informs that Mr. Stump of Wheeling performs clipping service.

Sutherland to Wheeling News Lithograph Co.
1915 March 26
Informs he has not forgotten account.

[Wheeling News Litography Company]
Reed, J.R. to Sutherland
1917 May 19
Wants information that will assist his company in securing the appointment as one of the firm's licensed companies for stamping of checks, drafts, etc.

[Wheeling News Litography Company]
Sutherland to J.R. Reed
1917 May 21
Referring his letter to Mr. McAdoo who has control of appointments.

[Wheeling News Litography Company]
Sutherland to W.G. McAdoo
1917 May 21
Encloses letter of Mr. Reed. Wants to be advised as to prospects of his firm receiving appointment.

[Wheeling News Litography Company]
Gates, D.A. to Sutherland
1917 May 24
Informs that there will be no imprinting done, as there is no provision for it in the new revenue bill.

[Wheeling News Litography Company]
Sutherland to John Reed
1917 May 26
Encloses letter received from David Gates relative to imprinting stamp service.

[Wheeling News Litography Company]
Reed, J.R. to Sutherland
1917 May 28
Appreciates his service in recent matter.

[Wheeling News Litography Company]
Sutherland to J.R. Reed
1917 May 30
Hopes he is successful in securing imprinting work.

[Wheeling News Litography Company]
Reed, John R. to Sutherland
1917 October 5
Encloses copy of letter written to Secretary of Treasury regarding imprinting. Wants a copy if it would advance the company's interest. Requests he write to the Secretary regarding same. [letter follows]

[Wheeling News Litography Company]
Sutherland to John R. Reed
1917 October 9
Informs he has written to Commissioner of Internal Revenue endorsing his firms application to be licensed as one of the firms to imprint stamp. [letter to Commissioner of Internal Revenue follows]

[Wheeling News Litography Company]
Sutherland to John R. Reed
1917 October 13
Sends letter from Daniel C. Roper.

[Wheeling News Litography Company]
Roper, D.C. to Sutherland
1917 October 11
Informs that no imprinting is necessary due to recent Act that failed to provide tax on ordinary checks.

Sutherland to George P. Whetsell
1914 February 5
Encloses check. Did not receive statement on dues.

Whetsell, George P. to Sutherland
1914 March 30
Discusses latest lodge activities. Request dues.

Whetsell, George P. to Sutherland
1914 August 18
Requests money be paid to cover dues.

Sutherland to G.P. Whetsell
1914 August 20
Wants to keep dues paid in advance. Encloses check to cover fee he paid for him.

Whetsell, G.P. to Sutherland
1914 August 24
Discusses mistake made by insurance department.

Sutherland to G.P. Whetsell
1914 August 26
Will make any correction necessary on insurance dues.

Sutherland to G.P. Whetsell
1915 February 3
Encloses payment for his K.P. insurance dues.

Whetsell, George P. to Sutherland
1916 January 25
Reminds him of insurance dues.

Sutherland to George P. Whetsell
1916 January 26
Sends payment. Informs that they will receive a copy of the Congressional Directory.

Whetsell, George P. to Sutherland
1916 January 31
Enclosing receipt cards for insurance premium and dues of K. of P. Lodge.

Whitaker, O.S. to Sutherland
n.d.
Expresses thanks for table he and Natalie received.

Sutherland to Governor A.B. White
1914 October 13
Sends greetings to him and others of the State Board of Trade. Unable to attend meeting.

[A.B. White]
Sutherland to W.E. Gans
1918 January 1
Letter of introduction to direct to former Governor A.B. White.

[Governor White]
Sutherland's Secretary to Sutherland
1917 January 2
Informs Governor White changed travel plans; wants to know if matter can wait. Sergeant at Arms says they have nothing regarding President's address. Everything at the office is fine. [telegram]

White, A.B. to Sutherland
1918 January 2
Informs he sold ice plant. Must depart on later date. [telegram]

[A.B. White]
Sutherland to W.C. Hefner (Secretary)
1918 January 2
Wants to be informed when President's address will be made and if Governor White is in Washington. [telegram]

Sutherland to G.E. White
1915 January 30
Requests copy of his primary bill and one of Parrish's Act. Watching his State Senate participation with interest.

White, G.E. to Sutherland
1915 February 2
Sending copies of requested bill and act.

Sutherland to G.E. White
1915 February 4
Informs he is satisfied with the two Bills and will abide by the results.

Sutherland to George E. White
1915 February 9
Expresses his views on White's primary Bill; advises amendment of same.

White, I.C. to Sutherland
1911 September 11
Advises him on matter of clay. Will look over ground as soon as he sends report.

White, I.C. to Sutherland
1911 September 18
Will analyze sample of clay once received. Will look over his region once weather improves.

Sutherland to I.C. White
1913 May 13
Asks if son Richard can obtain summer job with Geological Survey. Requests he write to some of Cosmos Club members regarding his membership. [list of members follow]

White, I.C. to Sutherland
1913 December --
Informs he wrote several club members; never any doubt that Sutherland would not be admitted. Hopes to see him at the meeting.

White, I.C. to Sutherland
1913 May 15
Informs that United States Geological Survey employs only students who can remain until the close of field season - Novemberember. State Geological Survey does not have surplus funds for salaries of extra employees. Will write to David White regarding his membership confirmation.

Sutherland to I.C. White
1913 May 16
Understands rule regarding hiring students. Appreciates his efforts with Dr. White regarding membership matter.

White, I.C. to Sutherland
1913 December 14
Has followed through on his suggestions of recent letter. Does not expect any trouble.

Sutherland to Dr. I.C. White
1915 February 5
Informs Mining Bill passed. Asks if he knows of any oil and gas in, or near, Piedmont, Ohio.

White, I.C. to Sutherland
1915 February 9
Informs there is oil and gas in Piedmont region. Advises investing in leases only. Glad Mining Bill passed House, hopes it does same in Senate.

Sutherland to Dr. I.C. White
1915 February 10
Informs that it looks like they will be kept in session indefinitely. The Ship Purchase Bill is causing many difficulties.

White, I.C. to Sutherland
1915 March 1
Encloses letter from Judge Dayton. Informs state Legislature must increase ample funds to continue field work. Asks that he write some members on the matter.

Sutherland to Dr. I.C. White
1915 March 2
Concerned at reports coming from Legislature. Writing to chairman of House and Senate Committees on Finance urging appropriation for Geological Survey.

Sutherland to I.C. White
1915 March 5
Sends letter from Chairman of House Committee on Taxation and Finances.

White, I.C. to Sutherland
1915 March 10
Appreciates his continued interest in Geological Survey Work.

White, I.C. to Sutherland
1915 April 9
Informs Legislature has practically put the Survey out of business. Discusses clay in the Elkins area. Office does not have record of a test on the Elkins' brick.

Sutherland to Dr. I.C. White
1915 May 14
Requests brief report as to the quality and quantities of coal underlying his tract.

Sutherland to Dr. I.C. White
1915 May 19
Informs he still hopes appropriation will be made to continue important work of the Geological Survey.

Sutherland to Dr. I.C. White
1915 May 25
Informs that the test on the Elkins' brick was reported in one of his volumes. Wants results on same. Wants to know if they can have test made of clay in Laurel Mountain area.

White, I.C. to Sutherland
1915 May 26
Informs he finally succeeded in getting Senate to restore Geological Survey appropriations. Discusses bitter fight in getting same. Will contact him after conferring with Professor Grimsley and Commissioner Williams regarding brick at Elkins.

Sutherland to Dr. I.C. White
1915 June 4
Thanks him for letter regarding Elkins' brick. Asks about appropriation restoration to the Survey.

Sutherland to J.B. White
1913 January 15
Advises him to bring land note and bond so they can settle up in full.

White, John H. to Sutherland
1914 December 8
Request he attend parade and meeting of the K. of P.

Sutherland to John H. White
1914 December 10
Unable to attend affair.

White, J.P. to Sutherland
1914 July 27
Acknowledges receipt on report of the Subcommittee on Mines and Mining in the Colorado investigation.

White Joseph F. to Sutherland
1918 January 27
Appreciates his efforts in investigating situation at Camp Shelby. Recent actions taken at camp ridiculous.

Sutherland to Joseph F. White
1918 January 30
Assures that he will do all possible to see that their soldiers receive proper care.

White, R.A. to Sutherland
1917 November 7
Encloses clipping from Hinton newspaper relative to high prices imposed by retailers on consumers. Expresses his views on the matter. [clipping follows]

Sutherland to R.A. White
1917 November 9
Agrees with views on high cost imposed by retailers on consumers as he has large family to support.

Sutherland to W.S. White
1915 June 23
Hopes he renews his YMCA membership. Discusses White's protested check.

Whiten, E.H. to Sutherland
1918 January 10
Encloses pamphlet "Dollars In City Dumps" for his review and opinion. [pamphlet follows]

Sutherland to E.H. Whiten
1918 January 12
Acknowledges his letter and enclosure.

Whiteside, W.E. to Sutherland
1917 August 28
Expresses his views on pending revenue bill.

Sutherland to W.E. Whiteside
1917 August 31
Assures his interests are those of West Virginia people.

Sutherland to Dr. C.H. Whiting
1915 April 19
Will consider proposition concerning medical operation.

Whiting, Dr. C.H. to Sutherland
1915 April 20
Promises to have his piles treated very quickly. Cites examples of others who have been pleased with his medical work.

Sutherland to Dr. C.H. Whiting
1915 April 21
Discusses medical treatment he is considering. Will make arrangements for the treatments in the near future.

Sutherland to Dr. C.H. Whiting
1915 June 19
Informs he believes his treatment is a failure. The hemorrhoids are not as large, but they persistently exist. Expects them to cause more trouble as time passes.

Sutherland to Dr. C.H. Whiting
1915 July
19 Informs his health problem has improved and he is satisfied with his treatment. Apologizes for his hasty comments previously made.

Whiting, James A. to Sutherland
1918 January 26 Requests his aid in securing a government position.

Sutherland to J.A. Whiting
1918 January 30 Discusses position that is open with the Emergency Fleet Corporation.

Whitman, Robert F. to Sutherland
1914 November
19 Informs their company is not offering Southern West Virginia property to anyone except operator as times are too bad to pay any commission on sale.

Sutherland to R.F. Whitman
1914 November 23 Wants chance to handle Southern West Virginia property.

Whitman, R.F. to Sutherland
1914 December 4 Informs they cannot put their property in the hands of anybody. Agrees to compensate him if he assists in the sale of the property.

Sutherland to J.H. Whyte
1913 February 17 Decemberlines investing in his company.

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Williams, A.D. to Sutherland
1912 December
19 Glad he is investing in their orchard proposition.

Williams, A.D. to Sutherland
1913 June 6 Offers business proposition.

Sutherland to A. Dennis Williams
1913 June 9 Discusses property proposition they are considering. Asks about fruit production in Pocahontas County.

Williams, A.D. to Sutherland
1913 July 3 Informs land proposition not possible by option - only by contracts. Discusses situation of orchard proposition.

Sutherland to A.D. Williams
1913 July
19 Informs he will consider purchasing stock in orchard proposition.

Williams, A. Dennis to Sutherland
1914 May 7
Has orchard stock for sale. Money will be used to expand the fruit orchard.

Sutherland to A.D. Williams
1914 May 9
Unable to invest in orchard business at the present. Feels that the orchards will be successful.

Sutherland to A.D. Williams
1914 August 21
Suggest their Good Roads Committee meet prior to annual meeting to formulate ideas to be presented for legislation.

Williams, A.D. to Sutherland
1914 August 24
Agrees they should meet prior to State Board of Trade. Explains that meeting should focus on committee report.

Sutherland to A.D. Williams
1914 August 26
Expresses his views on their proposed meeting. Feels that Parkersburg is the best meeting place. Correspondence is not necessary for the report, but the recommendations are vital.

Williams, A.D. to Sutherland
1914 September 16
Enclosing copies of his recommendations from his reports.

Sutherland to A.D. Williams
1914 September 17
Informs he failed to enclose copies.

Sutherland to A.D. Williams
1914 September 22
Expresses his views on their recommendations. Discusses best strategy to turn recommendations into legislation and law. Wants information on state political sentiment. [recommendations follow]

Sutherland to A.D. Williams
1914 October 2
Encloses letters written by Elmer Hough and Charles P. Light. Offers suggestions on writing the report. [Report for Committee on Roads follow]

Williams, A.D. to Sutherland
1914 October 3
Discusses his findings on political situation.

Williams, A.D. to Sutherland
1914 October 3
Encloses copy of recommendations taken from his annual report which can be used as a guide to the State Board of Trade. Wants his views on the matter.

Sutherland to A.D. Williams
1914 October 6
Expresses his views on report of Good Roads and political situation. Wants to cooperate on his road program.

Williams, A.D. to Sutherland
1914 October 8
Will see him in Wheeling at which time they can discuss a number of things. Thanks him for recent letter.

Williams, A.D. to Sutherland
1914 October 15
Regrets he missed Board of Trade meeting. Requests copies of "Good Roads" be sent Stark White for distribution to farmers. White informed him of bond election fight in Western area.

Sutherland to A.D. Williams
1914 October 16
Informs it was a great disappointment to miss State Board of Trade meeting. Will send Mr. White bulletins.

Williams, A.D. to Sutherland
1914 November 17
Offers him opportunity to purchase shares in stock of their Barley Foods Company.

Sutherland to A.D. Williams
1914 November 23
Decemberlines purchase of stock.

Williams, A.D. to Sutherland
1915 June 16
Uncertain which report he is requesting information from volume 3.

Sutherland to A.D. Williams
1915 June 26
Wants information and statistics to show progress of State Road Department. Has been reappointed Chairman of the Good Roads Committee.

Williams, A.D. to Sutherland
1915 June 29
Informs he is currently preparing Department of Highway annual report and will be able to furnish contents for his report.

Williams, A.D. to Sutherland
1915 July 6
Requests information on road routes in Randolph County.

Sutherland to A.D. Williams
1915 July 7
Furnishes data on roads that tourists may want to use in Randolph County. Roads listed include: 1) Fairmont and Beverly Turnpike and 2) Staunton and Parkersburg Turnpike.

Williams, A.D. to Sutherland
1915 July 9
Thanks him for road information.

Sutherland to A.D. Williams
1915 August 28
Wants data regarding type of tests available for bricks. Needs more information on rattler test.

Williams, A.D. to Sutherland
1915 August 30
Sending brick specifications which will give him desire tests.

Williams, A.D. to Sutherland
1915 October 11
Asks if he sent shales to Bureau of Standards at Pittsburgh for testing.

Williams, A.D. to Sutherland
1915 December 10
Informs that Mr. Shackelford will probably handle the highway commissioner's bill. Encourages him to do all he can to pass Federal Aid Bill.

Williams, A.D. to Sutherland
1916 July 10
Asks that he be present at Marchtinsburg parade.

Sutherland to A.D. Williamson
1916 July 13
Will make effort to attend event if schedule permits.

[A.D. Williamson]
State Road Bureau to Sutherland
1916 July 14
Informs that meeting at Marchtinsburg will be held on the eighteenth of July.

Williams, A.D. to Sutherland
1916 July 16
Informs that meeting depends his attendance. [telegram]

Sutherland's Secretary to A.D. Williams
1916 July 17
Informs that Sutherland has gone to Parkersburg to attend funeral of Congressman Moss. Will be unable to attend Marchtinsburg meeting.

Williams, A.D. to Sutherland
1918 January 11
Wants to know how the Governor plans to operate coal mines.

Sutherland to A.D. Williams
1918 January 14
Informs that he does not think Governor will undertake coal mining operations. Hopes he helps repair road near Montrose.

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Wiesenfeld, Moses to Sutherland
1916 January 31
Needs lock number in order to send proper case key.

Sutherland to Moses Wiesenfeld
1916 February 2
Sends requested numbers regarding keys. Wants two keys.

Wigal, L.S. to Sutherland
1913 April 2
Asks he assist lodge member (Hamilton) build an Elkins lodge.

Sutherland to L.S. Wigal
1913 April 4
Informs he will not be in Elkins on a continual basis, but wishes Hamilton success on errand.

Wigal, L.S. to Sutherland
1913 April 7
Requests names of parties who would make desirable lodge members.

Wigal, L.S. to Sutherland
1916 February 12
Reminds him to pay dues to be reinstated.

Sutherland to L.S. Wigal
1916 February 17
Requests amount of the assessment. Wishes to receive reminders of payment due.

Wigal, L.S. to Sutherland
1916 April 11
Informs of the cost of assessments for next three or six months.

Sutherland to L.S. Wigal
1916 April 12
Encloses check.

Wigal, L.S. to Sutherland
1916 April 13
Acknowledges receipt of check. [receipt follows]

Sutherland's Secretary to L.S. Wigal
1916 September 18
Informs that Sutherland is absent. Accepts receipt.

Wildermuth, R.L. to Sutherland
1916 April 24
Informs he is trying to locate desirable tract of coal for him. Describes two tracts that are for sale.

Sutherland to Judge Wildermuth
1916 July 28
Discusses tract of splint coal he would like his company to consider.

Sutherland to Judge R.L. Wildermuth
1916 August 17
Encloses detailed description of tract of coal. Appreciates his support in campaign for Senate.

Wildermuth, R.L. to Sutherland
1917 February 8
Informs their company interests in the South prevent an investment in the splint coal tract.

Sutherland to R.L. Wildermuth
1917 February 10
Sorry his company unable to invest in coal tract. Does not think his political opponent will accomplish anything by his contest proceedings.

Wiley, L.B. to Sutherland
1917 October 18
Wants tax placed on dogs to prevent them from bothering people who raise sheep. Would like to see dogs cease to exist.

Sutherland to L.B. Wiley
1917 October 22
Acknowledges letter regarding dog tax.

Wilfong, William to Sutherland
1914 May 6
Wants to purchase fruit and black berries that are growing on his property.

Sutherland to William Wilfong
1914 May 11
Informs he has property for sale, therefore, suggests he contact purchaser concerning fruit crop.

Sutherland to William Willfong
1914 May 29
Offers to rent farm surface or sell same minus timber.

Wilfong, William to Sutherland
1914 October 8
Wants rock from Sutherland's property to build chimney.

Sutherland to William Wilfong
1914 October 10
Instructs him to take rock from any old building or quarry. Hopes he and friends support him in election.

Wilfong, William to Sutherland
1914 October 16
Informs there is no loose rock on Sutherland's property. Will use rock from quarry. Will support him in election. Asks amount he would accept for eighty two acres of limber tract.

Sutherland's Secretary to W. Wilfong
1914 October 19
Informs that Mr. Sutherland is campainging in West Virginia. Will forward his letter to Elkins.

Sutherland to William Wilfong
1914 November 6
Informs that he has no obligations to him using stone from Sutherland's property. Wants to be informed of any depredations on property.

Wilhelm, H.E. to Sutherland
1917 October 1
Asks his aid in situation involving transportation of road materials.

Sutherland to H.E. Wilhelm
1917 October 3
Will do all he can to correct situation involving transportation of road materials.

Sutherland to Walter Wilhide
1913 March 28
Wants estimate of roofing improvement.

Sutherland to A.J. Wilkinson
1914 November 12
Glad to receive the views of the Grand Lodge I.O.O.F. regarding the war.

Wilkinson, W.S. to Sutherland
1917 August 11
Wants law passed prohibiting landlords from increasing tenants' rent during wartime.

Sutherland to W.S. Wilkinson
1917 August 16
Will give matter his attention.

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Williams Brothers to Sutherland
1917 June 28
Presents rough sketch of submarine destroyer. Requests he show same to proper authorities for their consideration.

[Williams Brothers]
Sutherland to Naval Consulting Board
1917 June 29
Encloses sketch made by William Brothers. Requests their idea of same.

Williams Brothers to Sutherland
1917 June 29
Informs he has taken matter regarding sketch up with proper authorities, will contact them upon receipt of their report.

Williams Brothers to Sutherland
1917 July 19
Requests reply on matter concerning sketches.

[Williams Brothers]
Sutherland to Naval Consulting Board
1917 July 20
Request they advise him on sketches he submitted on behalf of the Williams Brothers.

Sutherland to Williams Brothers
1917 July 20
Acknowledges letter from the
19th. Has not heard anything from the Naval Consulting Board.

[Williams Brothers]
Daniels, Josephus to Sutherland
1917 August 2
Acknowledges letter relative to Williams Brothers. The idea is not practical and is based on incorrect data.

Sutherland to William Brothers
1917 August 7
Encloses letter from Secretary of Navy about sketches.

[William Brothers]
Sutherland to Josephus Daniels
1914 August 7
Thanks him for reply concerning sketches.

[William Brothers]
Daniel, Josephus to Sutherland
1917 August 8
Returning sketches of submarine sketches.

Sutherland to William Brothers
1917 August 14
Returning sketches.

Sutherland to H.E. Williams
1912 December 24
Endorses Charles Herning for a clerk position in Department of Agriculture.

Williams, J.E. to Sutherland
1914 May 4
Discusses gas and oil venture. Needs investors.

Sutherland to J.E. Williams
1914 May 4
Wishes him well with his gas and oil venture. Does not have the funds available to participate at the present. Appreciates his political support.

Williams, Thomas to Sutherland
1917 September 1
Sends resolution on behalf ot the Follansbee Lodge opposing the current form of conscription. Feels that aliens who are not citizens are excluded.

Sutherland to Thomas Williams
1917 September 6
Acknowledge's resolution of the lodge. Will give careful attention to the matter.

Williams, Walter to Sutherland
1915 April 17
Request he write letter on "Missouri - An Appreciation" for University of Missouri dinner publication.

Sutherland to Walter Williams
1915 April 21
Delighted to hear from him. Will send requested letter.

Sutherland to Walter Williams
1915 April 26
Writes requested letter, praising state of Missouri, to be read at University of Missouri dinner program.

Williams, Walter to Sutherland
1915 April 29
Regrets he unable to attend Made - in - Missouri program. Appreciates kind letter.

Williams, William R. to Sutherland
1917 November 16
Informs he represents a lumber company with wood suitable for ship building. Would like to be put in touch with ship builders.

Sutherland to W.R. Williams
1917 November 17
Sends name of agency to contact on matter.

Williamson, E.L. to Sutherland
1917 August 24
Wants to know if amendment to National Defense Act has been, or is to be, brought up before the Senate.

Sutherland to E.L. Williamson
1917 September 1
Informs that amendment has not as yet been taken up for consideration.

Williamson, E.L. to Sutherland
1917 December 29
Wants to know status of National Defense Act.

Sutherland to Major E.L. Williamson
1918 January 2
Informs no action in regard to amending the National Defense Act.

Sutherland to Ohio Governor Frank Willis
1915 February 11
Requests copy of geological map of Ohio. Friends are considering boring for oil and gas in northeast Ohio.

Willison, Frank A. to Sutherland
1913 April 21
Requests he consider their firm to act as their co-accountants.

Sutherland to F.A. Willison
1913 April 24
Explains he has no connection with Gulland-Clark Company and therefore does not need his services. Willison, F.A. to Sutherland
1913 May 26
Informs that his accounting firm would like to be of service in the Baldwin - Chandlee Company.

Sutherland to F.A. Willison
1913 May 28
Will speak a good word for his company if an independent audit of Baldwin - Chandlee is ever needed.

Willison, F.A. to Sutherland
1913 May 28
Appreciates his favor.

Willison, Frank to Sutherland
1917 November 26 Wants data regarding President Wilson's list of non-essentials for manufacturers.

Sutherland to F.A. Willison
1917 November 30
Informs President Wilson has not taken any action on non-essential list.

Sutherland to T. Blair Willison
1916 April 12
Acknowledges his letter and will present his statement to the Interestate Commerce Committee.

[T. Blair Willison]
Sutherland to Interestate Commerce Committee
1916 August 12
Reqeusts he use enclosed letter in arguements to be presented before his committee. [copy of letter follows from Willison-Earle Company to Sutherland]

Willison, T. Blair to Sutherland
1917 December 29
Supports the taxing of Canned Food and Dried Fruit Brokers. Seeks support when matter is brought before Senate.

Sutherland to T. Blair Willison
1917 December 31
Acknowledges his letter and will give consideration to his request.

Wills, Harry to Sutherland
1914 February 25
Reminds him to pay lodge dues.

Sutherland to Harry Wills
1914 May 11
Wants reminded of payment for lodge dues.

Sutherland to H.U. Wills
1914 March 17
Encloses dues.

Wills, Harry U. to Sutherland
1914 September 3
Sends notice regarding lodge dues.

Wills, Harry to Sutherland
1915 February 27
Sends notice reminding him of lodge dues.

Sutherland to H.U. Wills
1915 March 1
Encloses check covering dues.

Sutherland to H.U. Wills
1915 June 4
Encloses check for lodge insurance..

Sutherland to John N. Willys
1917 October 27
Accepts appointment to Publicity Committee.

Willys, J.N. to Sutherland
1917 October 30
Appreciates his acceptance as member of Publicity Committee. Asks he give matter proper publicity.

Sutherland to J.N. Willys
1917 October 31
Will give matter proper coverage.

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Wilson, Huidekoper, and Lesh
1915 January 2
Announces their partnership and establisment of a new law firm.

Sutherland to Wilson, Huidekoper, and Lesh
1915 January 6
Acknowledges announcement of his partnership for the practice of law.

Wilson, A.A. to Sutherland
1918 January 4
Thanks him for endeavoring to submit their belated estimate on Panama Canal contract.

Sutherland to A.A. Wilson
1918 January 8
Informs that it was a pleasure to be of service to his company. Regrets that their bid was not considered.

Sutherland to C.R. Wilson
1916 November 21
Appreciates his efforts during recent election.

Wilson, Clarence R. to Sutherland
1917 August 27
Seeks aid securing employment.

Sutherland to C.R. Wilson
1917 August 31
Informs he is not aware of any vacancies at this time. Advises him to register with the Civil Service Commission.

Wilson, George W. to Sutherland
1917 April 6
Discusses his qualifications for the commission officer position. Requests his aid in bringing his application to notice of proper officials.

Sutherland to G.W. Wilson
1917 April 7
Encloses proper application form. Will be happy to recommend his appointment.

Wilson, H.H. to Sutherland
1917 November 20
Encloses copies of telegrams to Baltimore and Ohio Railroad regarding furnishing rail cars as promised. Asks his help in securing same.

[H. H. Wilson]
Ritchie County Court to A.W. Thompson
1917 November 19
Informs that rail cars have not been placed at Parkersburg - need action if relief is to be effective. [telegram]

[H. H. Wilson]
Thompson, A.W. to Ritchie County Court
1917 November 19
Informs every effort is being made to furnish cars. [telegram]

[H. H. Wilson]
Fordyce, I.L. to J.M. Scott
1917 November 19
Urges him to furnish rail cars as agreed with his company and War Board. [night letter]

[H. H. Wilson]
Garrison, Lewis to R.S. Levett
1917 November 20
Urges that rail cars be supplied. [telegram]

Sutherland to H.H. Wilson
1917 November 21
Informs that he will take rail car matter up with Railroad Committee.

Wilson, Henry H. to Sutherland
1917 November 30
Informs rail cars received. Appreciates assistance.

Sutherland to H.H. Wilson
1917 December 3
Encloses clipping regarding his assistance in getting rail cars for movement of material needed to complete area road work. [clipping follows]

[Henry H. Wilson]
Shumate, Golder to H.H. Wilson
1917 December 10
Replies to his inquiry concerning the shipment of hay via Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.

Wilson, I.E. to Sutherland
1917 July 14
Asks his support on matter regarding firemen's working conditions.

Wilson, I.E. to Sutherland
1917 July 17
Acknowledges letter; will give matter attention.

Wilson, I.E. to Sutherland
1918 January 1
Asks his support when bill involving two - platoon system is brought before Senate.

Sutherland to I.E. Wilson
1918 January 2
Will give consideration to his request.

Sutherland to James Wilson
1913 January 4
Requests bulletins be mailed to he and Ruth Clark.

Wilson, Rufus to Sutherland
1917 December 11
Encloses preamble and resolution adopted by National Council of American Cotton Manufacturers. Urges him to give it his consideration. [copy of resolution follows]

Sutherland to Rufus R. Wilson
1917 December 12
Acknowledges resolution which he will give close consideration.

Wilson, T.A. to Sutherland
1918 January 31
Opposes any legislation which would change Railroad Company Employers Liability Law to Workmen's Compensation Act. Seeks his support in matter.

Sutherland to T.A. Wilson
1918 February 4
Will give close consideration to matter relating to Employers Liability Law.

Wilson, W.A. to Sutherland
1917 December 29
Asks he intercede for their company on matter of bids for Panama Canal contracts. [telegram]

Sutherland to W.G. Wilson
1913 May 5
Discusses manner he would like to handle finances.

Wilson, W.G. to Sutherland
1913 September 3
Informs J.C. Canfield did not pay note; asks him to take care of payment.

Sutherland to W.G. Wilson
1913 September 5
Will take note matter up with Canfield.

Sutherland to W.G. Wilson
1913 September 12
Does not want to take care of Canfield's note payment. Request he be allowed to renew same.

Sutherland to W.G. Wilson
1914 October 3
Will take care of matter immediately after campaign. Major and Mrs. Fout and Mrs. Wilson expected for lunch.

Wilson, W.G. to Sutherland
1914 December 10
Requests if deed he (Sutherland) executed was recorded.

Wilson, W.G. to Sutherland
1914 December 12
Found deed executed by him. Sent it to County Clerk's office to be recorded.

Sutherland to W.G. Wilson
1915 April 16
Informs that he has written to National and State Department of Roads asking what assistance they can expect in case they decide to submit a road bond to the people.

Sutherland to W.G. Wilson
1915 April 22
Encloses responses he received regading assistance they could expect in regards to road bond.

Sutherland to W.G. Wilson
1915 December 13
Wants him to handle financial matter in Elkins.

Wilson, W. to Sutherland
1917 February 6
Encloses note for his signature.

Wilson, W.P. to Sutherland
1916 February 9
Requests he address the body of West Virginia Lumber and Builder's Supply Association.

Sutherland to W.P. Wilson
1916 February 11
Agrees to be present at meeting.

Wilson, W.P. to Sutherland
1916 February 14
Wants to know the exact day he will attend meeting.

Sutherland to W.P. Wilson
1916 February 16
Plans to be in Wheeling on Friday and Saturday.

Sutherland to W.P. Wilson
1916 February 16
Informs him of travel plans. [telegram]

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Wilt, Oscar C. to Sutherland
1913 April 27
Announces his promotion.

Sutherland to Oscar Wilt
1913 May 16
Offers congratulations on being selected for bank position.

Wilt, Oscar to Sutherland
1913 May 19
Acknowledges his letter.

Wilt, O.C. to Sutherland
1913 June 14
Advises him on bank note.

Wilt, Oscar to Sutherland
1913 June 25
Explains situation in regards to his bank notes.

Wilt, O.C. to Sutherland
1913 June 26
Replies to his letter concerning bank notes. Regrets not meeting him while in Elkins.

Sutherland to O.C. Wilt
1913 June 28
Encloses joint note of his wife and himself. Discusses organization and capital stock of Middlefork Coal and Land Company.

Wilt, O.C. to Sutherland
1913 June 30
Discusses the encloses note which needs to be signed.

Sutherland to O.C. Wilt
1913 July 19
Informs he has not neglected or forgotten the matter of the new note. Delay in company organization has occured.

Wilt, O.C. to Sutherland
1913 July 21
Asks if he will explain the circumstance regarding note to trust company. Also asks them to hold note until he is ready to make the exchange.

Wilt, O.C. to Sutherland
1913 October 11
Returning all papers regarding note and check; requests renewal for correct amount.

Wilt, O.C. to Sutherland
1913 October 15
Received renewal note.

Wilton, Fredrick to Sutherland
1915 October 9
Wants data on land advertised in Coal Trade Journal.

Sutherland to F.M. Wilton
1915 October 12
Describes The T.B. Davis mine for sale.

Wilton, F.M. to Sutherland
1915 October --
Informs that the financial requirements are in excess of what he is able to raise in regards to coal property.

Windom, William to Sutherland
1916 August 12
Offers Buick car for sale.

Sutherland to Col. Blanton Winship
1917 September 14
Wants copy of "Opinions of the Judge Advocate General."

Winston and Company to Sutherland
1917 December 13
Requests help in securing rail care for hay shipment.

[Winston and Company]
Bailey, P.D. to Sutherland
1917 December 14
Discusses situation regarding shipment of hay by rail car. Requests his aid in matter.

[Winston and Company]
Sutherland to P.D. Bailey
1917 December 15
Will assist in matter concerning shipment of hay.

[Winston and Company]
Sutherland to Judge R.S. Lovett
1917 December 15
Encloses letters relating to shipment of hay. Urges action in matter.

[Winston and Company]
Kirtley, G.W. to Sutherland
1917 December 18
Explains it is not the railroad embargoes which are interfering with shipments of hay, but the lack of equipment. Referring matter to Railway Assocation.

[Winston and Company]
Sutherland to P.D. Bailey
1918 January 3
Regrets to give him such unafavorable report in regards to shipment of hay. [copy of report follows]

Sutherland to Winston and Company
1918 January 3
Encloses report from committee on Car Service; regrets report unfavorable.

Withrow, Pat B. to Sutherland
1917 September 22
Wants him to secure Senator Kenyon's attendance for an event. [telegram]

Sutherlands Secretary to Pat. B. Withrow
1917 September 22
Informs Sutherland out of office. Will refer letter to him upon his return.

Sutherland to Pat Withrow
1917 September 27
Informs Senator Kenyon unable to accept invitation. [telegram]

Witten, Bane to Sutherland
1917 September 7
Wants his help in obtaining position as Income Tax Inspector.

Sutherland to Bane Witten
1917 September 10
Will be glad to assist in the job search.

[Bane Witten]
Sutherland to Civil Service Commission
1917 September 10
Wants status of Mr. Witten's application.

[Bane Witten]
Shott, H.I. to Sutherland
1917 September 15
Letter recommending Bane Witten.

[Bane Witten]
McIlhenny, J.A. to Sutherland
1917 September 20
Appointment of Mr. Witten appears to be good.

Sutherland to Bane Witten
1917 September 21
Encloses letter relative to his job application.

[Bane Witten]
Sutherland to H.I. Shott
1917 September 22
Acknowledges his letter on behalf of Bane Witten.

Witten, Bane to Sutherland
1917 September 26
Expresses appreciation for his assitance.

Sutherland to Bane Witten
1917 September 28
Acknowledges his letter.

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[Wolf Creek Lumber Company]
Sutherland to Senator D. Fletcher
1917 September 8
Request he call up Senate Bill #2663 and have it passed. [copy of bill follows]

[Wolfe Creek Lumber Budget Bill]
Cooper, Edward to Sutherland
1917 September 17
Advises him to call up Senate Bill #2663 and have it passed. [copy of bill follows]

[Wolfe Creek Lumber Budget Bill]
Sutherland to Edward Cooper
1917 September 18
Informs he has arranged with Senator Shephard to call up the bill; expects it to be passed during the next week.

[Wolfe Creek Lumber Company]
Sutherland to Morris Sheppard
1917 September 18
Informs that the Bridge Bill passed the house with an amendment. Requests he call up bill and have it passed as amended.

[Woman's Benefit Association of the Maccabees]
Wanderly, F. to Sutherland
1917 August 8
Request he come to New York to speak on behalf of the suffrage movement.

[Woman's Benefit Association of the Maccabees]
Sutherland to Bina M. West
1917 September 22
Appreciates the invitation, but official business prevents his attendance.

Wood, Henry A. to Sutherland
1917 December 15
Discusses his opposition to women's suffrage.

Sutherland to Henry Wood
1917 December 17
Will give consideration to his recent letter.

Woodhouse, A.S. to Sutherland
1917 August 11
Wants him to use his influence to encourage government to pay newspapers for government advertisements.

Sutherland to A.S. Woodhouse
1917 August 14
Agrees that newspapers should be paid for advertisements supporting the sale of the Liberty Loan Bonds. Will give matter careful attention.

Woods, F.P. to Sutherland
n.d.
Encloses information.

Sutherland to F.P. Woods
1917 September 14
Appreciates list of Congress memebers.

Sutherland to Homer B. Woods
1913 February 15
Informs of locations that West Point examinations will be conducted.

Woods, J. H. to Sutherland
1917 August 31
Requests information regarding coal statute.

Sutherland to J.H. Woods
1917 September 5
Sends requested information on food law which includes "so - called" fuel control law. Informs that he opposed the law because of the Pomerene Amendment.

Sutherland to J.H. Woods
1917 September 7
Encloses speech by Horace M. Towner which relates to the war powers under the constitution.

Woods, J.H. to Sutherland
1917 September 8
Informs that they are in agreement regarding Food Conservation Bill. Discusses Pomerene Amdenment and Mr. Towner's speech.

Sutherland to J.H. Woods
1917 September 13
Advises against publishing any of their opinions. Informs record will disclose that his observation refernce to the passage of the Pomerene Amendment was accurate.

Sutherland to W.W. Woods
1915 June 15
Wants to borrow money from their bank along with C.S. Robb and C.W. Swisher.

Woodside, James to Sutherland
1913 September 9
Informs he has parties interested in timber land; asks if he has anything to offer.

Sutherland to James Woodside
1913 September 25
Unable to offer hemlock and spruce tracts, but has hardwood tracts available.

Woodward, Lucia to Sutherland
1917 October 3
Requests interview with his office as stenographer.

Sutherland to Lucia Woodward
1917 October 6
Informs he does not have any vacancies in his office for stenographer.

Work, George to Sutherland
1913 January 16
Internal Revenue Service report needs corrections.

Work, George to Sutherland
1916 July 3
Encloses receipt for payment of income tax. Hopes wife is better.

Sutherland to George Work
1916 July 10
Ackowledges receipt. He and wife benefitted from the vacation.

Workman, A.J. to Sutherland
1914 October 2
Requests he sign enclosed note. Will finish voters registration on the fifth.

Worthington, F.E. to Sutherland
1917 August 5
Expresses his views article regarding constitutional rights. [article attached]

Sutherland to F.E. Worthington
1917 August 7
Replies to his recent letter concerning Constitution.

Wright, C.C. to Sutherland
1917 November 30
Seeks aid in securing position with the Department of Justice.

Sutherland to C.C. Wright
1917 December 4
Explains employment situation in Washington. Advises him to contact the Civil Service office.

Wright, Mabel to Sutherland
1917 November 28
Wants information on position with federal government.

Sutherland to Mabel Wright
1917 November 30
Will be glad to see her in Washington. Advises her to take the Civil Service examination.

[Mabel Wright]
Highland, V.L. to Sutherland
1917 November 30
Recommends Mabel Wright for position.

[Mabel Wright]
Sutherland to V.L. Highland
1917 December 3
Assures that he will aid Miss Wright in securing a job.

Wright, Mabel to Sutherland
1918 January 4
Wants to know how soon he can obtain a Washington job for her. [telegram]

Sutherland to Mabel Wright
1918 January 4
Informs it might require three to four weeks to secure a temporary position. [telegram]

Wright, Mabel to Sutherland
1918 January 5
Informs she left West Virginia State Road Committee job. Wants work in Washington.

Sutherland to M.E. Wright
1918 January 8
Explains situation in regards to employment.

[Mabel Wright]
Goodykoontz, Wells to Sutherland
1918 January 9
Recommends Mable Wright for a stenographer position.

[Mabel Wright]
Sutherland to Wells Goodykoontz
1918 January 12
Acknowledges his letter concerning Miss Wright.

Wright, Oscar to Sutherland
1918 February 2
Requests meeting with him regarding his position as superintendent of Grafton National Cemetery.

Sutherland to Oscar Wright
1918 February 4
Request he write concerning matter. Does not plan to be in Grafton in the near future. Discusses coal underlying their Howell land and a possible sell.

Wyatt, Elam to Sutherland
1915 May 2
Wants him to visit next Sunday.

Sutherland to Elam Wyatt
1915 May 10
Will see him soon.

Wyatt, Elam to Sutherland
1915 July 4
Offers farm for sale. Will support his candidacy.

Sutherland to Elam Wyatt
1915 July 7
Informs he is unable to purchase farm. Undediced on political race.

Wyckoff, John C. to Sutherland
1915 November 12
Requests full information on iron ore proposition in Virginia.

Reeves, F.E. to Sutherland
1915 October 5
Wants particulars on coal land he advertised.

Reeves, F.E. to Sutherland
1915 October 8
Informs he does not want to place coal property in hands of broker.

Gathers, Walter to Sutherland
1912 July 20
Inquires about a cow he has for sale.

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[Yale Battalion Christian Association]
Campbell, C.S. to Sutherland
1916 June 26
Wants donation for Yale University Christian Association mobilization camp.

[Yale Battalion Christian Association]
Sutherland to C.S. Campbell
1916 June 30
Regrest he is unable to donate to cause.

[Yale Battalion Christian Association]
Campbell, C.S. to Sutherland
1916 July 3
Thanks him for letter.

Sutherland to S.W. Yantis
1915 May 31
Extends best wishes and congratulations to Westmoreland College and Dr. John Harvey Scott. [telegram]

Yates, John B. to Sutherland
1917 July 21
Expresses opposition to aliens being exempt from draft.

Sutherland to J.B. Yates
1917 July 27
Informs he voted in favor of drafting aliens in military service. Sends copy of resolution.

Yeager, C.A. to Sutherland
1913 March 14
Wants option of his Greenbrier and Monroe County timber tracts.

Sutherland to C.A. Yeager
1913 March 17
Unable to give him an option on the property since they named a price to another party. Offers to compensate him of he would show property.

Yeager, C.A. to Sutherland
1913 March 19
Informs that he has party looking over tract. Thinks price should be six dollars and fifty cents per acre.

Sutherland to C.A. Yeager
1913 March 20
Thinks property should be worth seven dollars and fifty cents per acre.

Sutherland to C.A. Yeager
1913 April 9
Wants report regarding Hart's Run property.

Sutherland to C.A. Yeager
1913 April 24
Informs that blueprint of Greenbrier property being sent. Wants to be posted as they have a propsition to exchange property for an apartment house in Washington.

Sutherland to C.A. Yeager
1913 June 17
Wants status of property matter.

Yeager, C.A. to Sutherland
1913 June 19
Thinks C&O people are fairly interested in property. Will report on matter in next few days.

Yeager, C.A. to Sutherland
1913 November 10
Party still interested in tract. Price quoted at seven dollars per acre.

Sutherland to C.A. Yeager
1913 November 13
Wants names of prospective buyers. Advises showing the Greenbrier tract.

Yeager, C.A. to Sutherland
1913 November 15
Requests blueprint at once. C&O people are interested in tract. [two copies of letter]

Yeager, C.A. to Sutherland
1913 December 30
Informs he still has party interested in tract.

Sutherland to C.A. Yeager
1914 January 5
Wants status on property sale. [two copies of letter]

Yeager, C.A. to Sutherland
1914 January 19
Discusses the proposition made by the railroad company. Discusses other parties interested in another tract.

Sutherland to C.A. Yeager
1914 January 20
Acknowledges letter regarding sale of Greenbrier property.

Yeager to Sutherland
1915 December 30
Informs railroad people still considering his Hart's Run timber. [two copies of letter]

Yeager, C.A. to Sutherland
1916 February 22
Wants to know if he can meet party regarding timber tract. [two copies of letter]

Sutherland to C.A. Yeager
1916 February 25
Does not want to give a four month option on the timber. Whoever has the money first will be the ones who can purchase the land.

Yeager, C.A. to Sutherland
1916 February 28
Informs potential buyer wants option on timber. States what he thinks is good price.

Sutherland to C.A. Yeager
1916 March 1
Discusses at length his property and price wanted for property.

Yeager, C.A. to Sutherland
1916 March 7
Wants to know amount of commission he would receive for selling Hart's Run timber. Still wants option arrangment.

Sutherland to C.A. Yeager
1916 March 9
Explains how they will handle commission and other details in relation to timber tract.

Yeager, C.A. to Sutherland
1917 January 4
Wants best price on Hart's Run Land. [telegram]

Sutherland to C.A. Yeager
1917 January 5
States price and terms wanted for land. [telegram]

Sutherland to C.A. Yeager
1917 January 9
Wants to know if he has serious party regarding land.

Yeager, C.A. to Sutherland
1917 January 15
Informs that deep snow prevented party's return to look over tract.

Sutherland to C.A. Yeager
1917 January 18
Hopes he can sell tract. Asks if he knows Mr. Peters of Ronceverte.

Yeager, C.A. to Sutherland
1917 January 30
Informs party does not want property. Offers to show it to another party with only a few days notice.

Sutherland's Secretary to C.A. Yeager
1917 January 31
Acknowledges his letter in Sutherland's absence.

Sutherland to C.A. Yeager
1917 February 8
Regrets that party turned down land. Hopes an interested buyer can be located soon. buyer.

Sutherland to Yew Pine Independent
1913 March 29
Wants paper sent to him in Washington.

Sutherland to H. Yokum
1914 April 21
Informs that he would be willing to join them in selling the coal under the Howell Land for twenty-five dollars an acre.

Yokum, Snoden to Sutherland
1917 December 5
Informs that he has been called for military duty. Asks if questionnaire will be given to those that have not reported.

Sutherland to Snoden Yokum
1917 December 6
Informs that questionaires will be sent to men who do not report for duty.

York, A.B. to Sutherland
1917 October 19
Asks his aid in restoring his Civil Service standing in order to avoid draft.

Sutherland to A.B. York
1917 October 22
Regrets to inform him that he can not be reinstated unless he has disability which occurred in military service.

Yost, Ellis to Sutherland
1915 December 22
Wants to confer with him on polticial matters.

Sutherland to E.C. Young
1915 January 23
Acknowledges letter and statement of the Elkins Lumber and Manufacturing Company. Expresses pleasure at the profits the company made.

Sutherland to E.C. Young
1915 August 11
Acknowledges letter. Congratulates him on the company's improvement.

Young, Houston to Sutherland
1917 July 9
Encloses requested copies of vagrancy law.

Sutherland to H.G. Young
1917 July 10
Thanks him for material.

Sutherland to H.G. Young
1917 August 30
Request copies of Legislative Manuel.

Young, H.G. to Sutherland
1917 August 31
Sending manuals; blue books will be mailed later.

Sutherland to H.G. Young
1917 September 3
Acknowledges receipt of manuals.

Sutherland to H.G. Young
1917 September 10
Acknowledges receipt of
1917 Acts of Legislature.

Young, H.G. to Sutherland
1917 October 29
Asks him to find out if Senator Harding is a member of Elk Lodge. Would like to secure Senator Harding for an address in the future.

Sutherland to H.G. Young
1917 October 30
Informs Senator Harding is an Elks member, but he has engagement already scheduled for the date mentioned.

Young, H.G. to Sutheland
1917 December 5
Advises that men who have not reported to camp by Decemberember fifteenth will be sent a questionaire.

Sutherland to H.G. Young
1917 December 7
Replies to his letter concerning John Hart, Jr. and Brace Kuchenshue.

[Young Men's Christian Associations]
Goodwin, George L. to Sutherland
1916 September 12
Informs of a meeting of the Interestate Committee on Friday.

[Young Men's Christian Associations]
Sutherland's Secretary to George Goodwin
1916 September 13
Informs that Sutherland is in West Virginia.

Sutherland to William Y. Young
1914 May 15
Returns material intended for E.O. Fling and Company.

Young, William Y. to Sutherland
1916 February 22
Wants to know if he can meet party regarding timber tract.

Sutherland to William Y. Young
1916 February 26
Advises him where he can be reached.

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Zickfoose, Lloyd to Sutherland
1915 April 7
Asks if he is interested in exchange of property.

Sutherland to Lloyd Zickfoose
1915 April 10
Wants to know the proposition in regards to property exchange.

Zickfoose, Lloyd to Sutherland
1915 April 15
Offers to exchange properties.

Sutherland to L. Zickfoose
1915 April 22
Wants more details regarding his property and adjacent land.

Zickfoose, Lloyd to Sutherland
1915 April 30
Gives specifics regarding his land.

Sutherland to Lloyd Zickfoose
1915 May 10
Exchange can not be made until options are secured. Inquires further about the property.

[Charles Zigler]
Gribble, W.B. to Sutherland
1917 September 15
Requests duplicate of Civil War discharge record for Charles Zigler be sent to Zigler's widow.

[Charles Zigler]
Sutherland to W.B. Gribble
1917 September 17
Informs that proper application has been sent to Mr. A.W. Zibler to quest duplicate of his father's discharge record.


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