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KANAWHA COUNTY,[WEST] VIRGINIA. BOARD OF SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS.
ACCESSION 1973/01.0024.
Dates: 1823-1846.
Collection Type/Materials and Size: Records (photoreproductions),7 items.
Method of Acquisition and date:
Description: Contains minutes of meetings (1828-1846); abstracts of school masters' accounts for the tuition of poor children, 1839 and 1840; treasurers' reports for 1839-1840; records for Mercer Academy (1823).

KAZMITCHEFF, Alexandre.
ACCESSION 1982/06.0358.
Dates: 1921.
Collection Type/Materials and Size: [Passport] (photoreproduction), 1 item.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Mr. Mike Kolendo, 1982.
Description: Issued at Constantinople, in French. Mr. Kazmitcheff was an emigre from revolutionary Russia.

KEENAN, Henry Francis, 1850-1928.
ACCESSION 542.
Dates: 1895.
Collection Type/Materials and Size: Letter, 1 item.
Method of Acquisition and date: Transferred, 1992.
Description: Author; letter written Oct. 2, on letterhead of Reform Club, New York, to Joseph Willard, comments on Keenan's book, The Iron Game; found in presentation copy of book from the Sloan-Wyatt estate. See Accession 415 for more items related to the Willard family and the Willard Hotel in Washington, D. C.

KEITH-ALBEE MUSICAL SCORES
ACCESSION 2008/04.0765
Dates:
Collection Type/Materials and Size: Sheet Music, approximately 2,400 pieces (42 cu.ft.)
Method of Acquisition and date: Acquired, 2000-2007.
Description: Octavo and folio sized scores obtained by the University during the renovation of the Keith-Albee Theater in downtown Huntington, W.Va.

KENOVA, WEST VIRGINIA, WOMAN'S CLUB.
ACCESSION 1981/05.0331.
Dates: 1908-1971.
Collection Type/Materials and Size: Scrapbook, 1 vol.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Mrs. Anna M. Schrule, 1981.
Description: Defunct chapter of General Federation of Women's Clubs; scrapbook contains yearbooks with rosters of officers and members and history of the club.

KENTUCKY. DEPT. OF LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES.
ACCESSION 610 (PROCESSED; MS 136).
Dates: 1852-1910.
Collection Type/Materials and Size: Records, 11 microfilm reels, 35 mm.
Method of Acquisition and date: Purchased ca. 1981.
Description: Kentucky birth, marriage and death records for selected counties; counties are listed on reel boxes.

KEYSNER-WHITING MANUSCRIPT.
ACCESSION 1978/05.0231.
Dates: 1947(?)
Collection Type/Materials and Size: Typescript, 7 items.
Method of Acquistion and date: Transferred, 1978.
Description: Poetry written by Blanche Whiting Keysner and Clay Whiting.

KLEINKNECHT, Gil
ACCESSION 2012/01.0790
Dates:
Collection Type/Materials and Size: Papers, 1 cu. ft.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Mr. Klienknecht, 2011.
Description: Former Chief of Police for Huntington, W. Va.. Materials consist of policies, procedures, and manuals for the Huntington Police Department (HPD) and law enforcement activities in W. Va. Material includes historic photographs of the HPD.

KLINE, Carrie Noble.
ACCESSION 705.
Dates: 2001.
Collection Type/Materials and Size: Interviews, 12 Abstracts and 10 transcripts.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Carrie Noble Kline, 2001.
Description: Scholar-in-residence at the Marshall University Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Gender in Appalachia (CSEGA); interviews document the life experiences of twelve homosexual, bisexual or transsexual people in Appalachia.

KLINGER, Allan Connable, Papers, 1885-1961.
ACCESSION 1973/01.0018.
Dates: 1879-1957.
Collection Type/Materials and Size: Papers, 13 cubic feet.
Method of Acquisition and date:
Description: Marshall College professor of history, 1930-1950. Papers include a holograph book manuscript, 'The National Nominating Convention, 1830-1840;' personal papers, including correspondence (1937-1947) from son Willard; and genealogical notes on the Klinger family. Bulk of collection consists of teaching materials, research notes, and newspaper clippings.

KRAYBILL, David B.
ACCESSION 1977/01.0185.
Dates: 1834-1963.
Collection Type/Materials and Size: Papers, 35 items.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Mrs. Kathryn Kraybill, 1977.
Description: Papers consist primarily of papers read at various meetings of historical societies; topics relate to the Lutheran parish of Mason County, West Virginia; Saint Albans, West Virginia, history; and the Civil War.

KUJALA, August, d. 1982.
ACCESSION 1979/11.0290.
Dates: 1937-1974.
Collection Type/Materials and Size: Programs, 0.75 linear feet.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Mr. Kujala, 1979.
Description: Huntington, West Virginia musician. Programs describe musical events in Huntington, including concerts by the Huntington Symphony Orchestra, the Marshall University Community Symphony and the Huntington Federal Symphonette.

KUMLIEN, Wendell.
ACCESSION 479.
Dates: 1963-1987.
Collection Type/Materials and Size: Papers, 0.5 linear feet.
Method of Acquisition and date: Transferred, 1988.
Description: Marshall University music professor. Papers consist primarily of teaching materials and tests.

KUNST, George Henry Augustus, Papers, 1873-1955.
ACCESSIONS 1956/01.0008
Dates: 1846-1940.
Collection Type/Materials and Size: Papers, 4 linear feet.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Mrs. Florence Kunst Hoback, 1956.
Description: Legal documents from Kunst's early years as a lawyer in Grafton, West Virginia; Empress Glass Company records, including the minute book of stockholders' meetings; plats of coal fields and other properties.

KUPER FAMILY.
ACCESSION 585.
Dates: 1776-1957.
Collection Type/Materials and Size: Papers, 1 v. Photocopy of typescript.
Method of Acquisition and date: Source unknown; received 1994.
Description: Collection consists primarily of the diary (1816-1818) of Augustus Kuper, Assistant commissary general of Canada, 1813, telling of his trip to England with his wife to secure a position in the provincial government. Genealogical information about the family is appended. According to a notation, the original diary in possession of Louis Hood of Chevy Chase, Md.

 

   
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