|WEST VIRGINIA: A HISTORICAL RESOURCE GUIDE|
|PART FOUR: DID YOU SEE MY GIRLS ON RADIO?|
The Media: Radio and TelevisionAlderman, Virginia, comp. Fifty Years of Broadcasting At WWVA, Wheeling, W. Va.: Bringing Country To The Country Home of World Famous Jamboree USA. Wheeling: WWVA Radio, 1976.
Balow, Jim. "From Right Here in the Mountains," Goldenseal 14 (Fall 1988): 67-70.
Becker, Martha J. Broadcasting in West Virginia: A History. South Charleston: West Virginia Broadcasters, nd.
Brawley, Harry. Twenty Years in an Oasis in the. "Vast Wasteland."; Charleston: Education Foundation, 1981.
Bright, Harry G. "Radio...A Lively Art," West Virginia Illustrated 4 (July 1973): 47-48.
Buckingham, Nancy. "Mountain Stage," Wonderful West Virginia 50 (December 1986): 30-32.
Buell, Stephen D. "The History and Development of WSAZ-TV," Thesis, Ohio State University, 1962.
Eurich, Johanna. "Bringing Back Memories," Goldenseal 8 (Winter 1982): 5-8.
Fotos, Michael A. "West Virginia Public Radio," Wonderful West Virginia 50 (October 1986): 8-9.
Pritchard, Arthur C. Pritchard. "The Heck Radio Society," Goldenseal 7 (January-March 1981): 55-58.
Pritchard, Arthur C. "Russell Fluharty Remembers the Radio Line," Goldenseal 7 (January-March 1981): 59-64.
The Media: NewspapersBond, Donovan H. "How the Wheeling Intelligencer Became a Republican Organ," West Virginia History 11 (April 1950): 160-184.
Bond, Donovan H. "The Wheeling Intelligencer and Its Editors, 1852-1861," Thesis, West Virginia University, 1948.
Curry, Roy W. "The Newspaper Press and the Civil War in West Virginia," West Virginia History 6 (April 1945): 225-264.
Donelly, Shirley. "Journalism in Fayette County, West Virginia," West Virginia History 15 (January 1954): 153-161.
Gray, Myra G. "A. W. Campbell - Party Builder," West Virginia History 7 (April 1946): 221-237. (Archibald W. Campbell, editor of the Wheeling Intelligencer and prominent Republican.)
Historical Records Survey. A Checklist of West Virginia Imprints 1791-1830. Chicago: The WPA Historical Records Survey Project, 1940.
Kiplinger, John L. "The Influence of the Press in the Making of West Virginia," West Virginia History 6 (January 1945): 127-176.
Lowe, Richard G. "Republican Newspapers in Antebellum Virginia," West Virginia History 28 (July 1967): 282-284.
Morris, Robert L. "The Wheeling Daily Intelligencer and the Civil War," Thesis, West Virginia University, 1964.
Rice, Otis K. "West Virginia Printers and Their Work 1790-1830," West Virginia History 14 (July 1953): 297-338.
West Virginia Library Commission. Reference Library. Charleston Newspaper Index. (Paper format and online for Charleston Gazette and Daily Mail.)
The Second World WarJones, James G. "West Virginia In World War II," Thesis, Ph.D., West Virginia University, 1952.
Barbour, Russ. West Virginians in War. Produced and Directed by Russ Barbour and Richard Fauss. Huntington: WPBY-TV, 1994. (Video cassette)
Young American Patriots: The Youth of West Virginia in World War II. Richmond: National Publishing Co., 1946.
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