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Selection from the Archives and History Library's program, "Wayne County: Slavery and the Civil War," with Robert Thompson, June 3, 2014
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on the tobacco market in Cabell County, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on Donzil Cutlip of Webster Springs, survivor of a mine accident at Bergoo, Webster County, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on church steeples in Logan County, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on the Hager Supply Company of Hamlin, Lincoln County, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on library volunteer Hazel Casto of Ripley, Jackson County, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on clock repairman Frank Hardin of Culloden, Cabell County, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on quilter Jean Nichols of Gregory, Braxton County, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on amateur fiddler Norman Adams of Gassaway, Braxton County, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on hair stylist Desaree Rush of Charleston, Kanawha County, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on coal artist James Stewart of Madison, Boone County, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on Rhoda, the show winning goat from Looneyville, Roane County, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on Civil War buff Noble Wyatt of Poca, Putnam County, 1984
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on Ethel Barker and her canaries of Glenville, Gilmer County, 1984
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on artist Larry Orndorff of Nettie, Nicholas County, 1984
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on Max O'Hara, a working dog from Ovapa, Clay County, 1984
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on doll collector Anna Gregory of Charleston, Kanawha County, 1984
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on a wood splitter made by Ralph Alvis of Spencer, Roane County, 1984
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on a former school teacher from Buffalo, Putnam County, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on the Cake House in Kenova, Wayne County, 1984
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on look alikes in Dixie, Fayette County, 1984
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on Col. Charles Lewis and Patricia Burton of Pt. Pleasant, Mason County, 1984
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on the dolls of Ruth Stevenson of Summersville, Nicholas County, 1984
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on quilter Cathy Osendot of Kermit, Mingo County, 1984
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on the wheat art of Jane Rutledge of Beckley, Raleigh County, 1984
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on the sock dolls of Erma Wolfe of Kenna, Jackson County, 1984
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on the wood carvings of Brady Landers of Nitro, 1984
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"Travelin' West Virginia" photo essay on Halloween at Edison Elementary School in South Charleston, 1983
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Selection from the Archives and History Library's program, "Loyalty They Always Had: The 7th WV Cavalry in the Civil War," with Steve Cunningham, May 15, 2014
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on Joe Huff of Logan, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on crafter Susan Kelleher of Arnoldsburg, Calhoun County, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on the toy car collection of Derick Foster of Madison, Boone County, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on couponer Helen Jarvis of Frametown, Braxton County, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on the soap collection of Bonnie Akers of Huntington, Cabell County, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on Betty Lovejoy and her quilts, Hamlin, Lincoln County, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on Mike McGraw and his model airplanes at Twin Falls State Park, Wyoming County, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on Phil Gessel of St. Albans, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on the salt and pepper collection of Mary Yonkins of Palestine, Wirt County, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on a gristmill in Wolf Creek, Braxton County, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on the miniature furniture of Ross Marsico of Smithers, Fayette County, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on the beer can collection of Hanes Smith of Beckley, Raleigh County, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on toymaker Dick McClure of Webster Springs, Webster County, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on Junior Merrill and his Percheron draft horses of Chloe, Calhoun County, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on potter V. C. Dibble of Kentuck, Jackson County, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on Bessie Raines of Sumerco, Lincoln County, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on meeting Charles Kuralt of CBS's "On the Road" in Elkins, Randolph County, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on flat picker Robert Shafer of Walton, Roane County, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on Irene Alexander of Hurricane, Putnam County, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on Gene Bird of Eleanor, Putnam County, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on the beekeeper Seth Toney of Blooming Rose, Boone County, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on the R. L. Howard and Son General Store in Waverly, Wood County, 1983
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Selection from the Archives and History Library's program, "Civil War Ceredo, A Northern Experiment," with Dr. Kenneth Bailey, May 6, 2014
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on fifth grader Christopher Scraggs of South Charleston, 1985
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Interview with two Matewan officials, circa 1972
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on the Hansford House in Kanawha County, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on a drama class in Poca, Putnam County, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on Yeager's strawberry field in Huntington, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on students at Ona Elementary in Cabell County who placed first in a Red Cross first aid competition, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on Emery Cline of Kopperston, Wyoming County, and his Joseph A. Holmes Safety Association award, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on a wood stacking competition at Ravenswood Elementary in Jackson County, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on a whittlers club in Wayne County, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on Michael Roberts of Spencer, Roane County, and the craft of wood burning, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on Gloria Burton's doll collection in Danville, Boone County, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on an old well in Fayette County, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on a former tournament archer in Huntington, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on Lisa Stanley and her swine in Gold town, Jackson County, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on an aspiring playwright at Hayes Junior High School in St. Albans, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on magician Troy Kennison of Kanawha County, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on a nursing home in Ripley visited by 4-H students with pets, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on Winnie Murray and the Little Kanawha Hotel in Elizabeth, Wirt County, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on bass fisherman John Smittle of Parkersburg, 1984
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on Ruby Lambert of Branchland, Lincoln County, and Wee Win toys, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on the Crowders of Sanderson, Kanawha County, 1985
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Selection from the Archives and History Library's program, "Monsters and Mayhem in the Mountain State," with Mike Knost, April 17, 2014
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on Stubby Gober of St. Albans and his miniature carousel, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on wood carving minister H. L. Haze of Point Pleasant, Mason County, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on a gospel songwriter in Wayne County, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on bread dough artists Joyce Green and Sandy King of Clay County, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on retired coal miner Cyrus Peyton of Chapmanville, Logan County, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on home health care nurse Barbara Shannon of Ripley, Jackson County, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on a senior citizens' fitness group in Montgomery, 1983
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Selection from the Archives and History Library's program, "The Life and Times of Collis P. Huntington," with James Casto, April 1, 2014
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"Travelin' West Virginia" photo essay on the Mud River Covered Bridge in Cabell County, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" photo essay on the Cabell County farmers market, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on elevator operator Zet Coleman of Logan, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on Donzal Pugh of Webster Springs, the crocheting dentist, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on carpenters Bobby Lewis and his father Bill of Mink Shoals, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on railroad spike artist Lonny Means of Heaters, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on goat cheese maker Sarah Reed of Cabell County, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on Andy Averson of Whitesville and his crop of figs, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on a miniature house made of match sticks in Fayette County, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on a miniature horse ranch in Putnam County, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on professional pianists Jerry and Mildred Snyder of Spencer, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on Lucky, the singing dog of Jackson County, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on roller skater Bob Webb of Mingo County, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on John Sayre of Leon, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on twin cows in Sias, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on Roy Douglas of Peytona and his turtle doves, 1983
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"Travelin' West Virginia" segment on the dinosaur collection of Allen Bias of Milton, 1983
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WCHS-TV news reporter Bob Aaron on a public forum regarding a proposed pulp mill in Mason County, 1994
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Excerpt from WCHS-TV news reporter Bob Aaron piece "Chemical Commandos," on the DuPont's Regional Response Team, 1994
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Excerpt from WCHS-TV news reporter Bob Aaron piece "Chemical Commandos," on fire fighters and hazmat teams, 1994
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WCHS-TV news reporter Bob Aaron on the EPA clean-up at Fike Chemical, 1994
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WCHS-TV news reporter Bob Aaron on fireworks, 1994
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Selection from the Archives and History Library's program, "A Woman’s Touch: 18th-Century Eastern Woodland Indian Women as Architects of Social Conscience and Gender Balance," with Dianne Anestis, March 20, 2014
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"Units of Work through the Child Activity Program" at South Charleston Central School, 1937 (no audio)
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Selection from the Archives and History Library's program, "Victory Loan Tour of 1945," with Dr. James Spencer, March 13, 2014
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Selection from the Archives and History Library's program, "From the Burning of Chambersburg to the Battle of Moorefield," with Rick Wolfe, March 4, 2014
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WCHS-TV news reporter Bob Aaron on the winter weather, warmer temperatures and threat of flooding, 1994
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WCHS-TV news reporter Bob Aaron on the cold winter weather, 1994
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Selection from the Archives and History Library's program, "West Virginia Covered Bridges," with Terry Lively, February 20, 2014
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WCHS-TV news reporter Bob Aaron from Madison on miner efforts to get panel rights, 1994
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WCHS-TV news reporter Bob Aaron on road conditions during the snowstorm, 1994
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WCHS-TV news reporter Bob Aaron on winter conditions on the Ohio River at the Racine Locks and Dam in Mason County, 1994
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WCHS-TV news reporter Bob Aaron on the snowstorm in north-central West Virginia, 1994
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WCHS-TV news reporter Bob Aaron on people without power after snowstorm, 1994
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Selection from the Archives and History Library's program, "West Virginia Courthouses," with Patti Hamilton, Mike Gioulis, and Melissa Smith, February 4, 2014
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"Travelin' West Virginia" interview with 1985 Jefferson Award recipient Ruth Hypes of Lincoln County, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" interview with 1985 Jefferson Award recipient Renitha Spurlock of Institute, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" interview with 1985 Jefferson Award recipient Patricia Fleming of Roane County, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" interview with 1985 Jefferson Award recipient Larry Paxton of Kanawha County, 1985
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"Travelin' West Virginia" interview with 1985 Jefferson Award recipient Bud Anderson of Charleston, 1985
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Peter Jesus (Norman Jordan) interview with Dr. William J. L. Wallace, November 15, 1988
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Selection from the Archives and History Library's program, "Parkersburg: Guardian of the Union," with Michael Workman, January 23, 2014
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Selection from the Archives and History Library's program, "The 'Other' West Virginia: Positive Images of the State from the 30s and 40s," with Betty Rivard, January 7, 2014
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