Serial. Printed Ephemera Collection has: v.51:no.2 (1963:Mar./Apr.). Issue for Mar./Apr. 1963 includes the poem: West Virginia, by Roy Lee Harmon, a West Virginia Centennial calendar of events, and two West Virginia-related articles: West Virginia Centennial, by T. J. Ferrell; and: Within five years after Alexander G. Bell patented telephone resident of West Virginia were 'talking over the wires: Pioneer Museum tells story."
Subject Corporate Names:
Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Companies--Employees--Periodicals.
Introducing … the West Virginia centennial souvenir dollar.
Leaflet. "Available June 17, 1963." "Distributed by the West Virginia Jaycees through the cooperation of the [sic] West Virginia's leading banks and business establishment in support of our West Virginia Centennial Observance."
Landscape protection--West Virginia., West Virginia University. State Awareness Committee. Centennial Youth Corps Project., West Virginia--Centennial celebrations, etc., Historic preservation--West Virginia.
Your business is important to West Virginia, the story of your role in the life of the state should be an important part of the West Virginia Centennial : tell it in West Virginia 100, the centennial edition of the Sunday Gazette-Mail, Sunday, June 16, 1963.
Subject Uniform Title:
Sunday Gazette-Mail (Charleston, W. Va.)
West Virginia--Centennial celebrations, etc.
West Virginia--Centennial celebrations, etc., Sunday Gazette-Mail (Charleston, W. Va.)