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Volume 7 History of Virginia Conferences of United Brethren December 26, 2013

Source: [Glovier 1965].

Acknowledgments: Individuals—Robert M. Anderson, Hal Atkins (Cresaptown), Rita Beeman, William R. Brown, Donnie
Cardwell, James A. Chaney, Mary-Virginia Currie (Randolph Macon College), Dr. James A. Davis (SU), Betty Ditto, Bill
Fouch (Grant Co. Press), Robert L. Frey (EUB Heritage Center), Bruce Gearhart, Martha E. Garton, Joseph E. Gerstell,
JoAnn Harman, Roger and Ann Harrison, Charles Herbaugh, Doris V. Herbaugh, Steven J. Herbaugh, Dottie Hughes, Wilbur
Johnston, Arless Kesecker, Dale E. MacAllister, Harold McClay, Jr., Tracey Mullenax, Jane Pittman (SU), Pat Turner
Ritchie, Saroj Sangha (Cheverly Community), Debbie Saylor, John W. Schildt, Wilson A. Shearer, Kenneth R. Shobe, Denny
Sites (Jerusalem Chapel), Mrs. Leila Stuckey, W. Scott Summers (Potomac Charge), Ruth Tolliver, Fred Widmyer, Patricia
Widmyer, Lovely Lane Museum (Baltimore); Virginia Conference Center Archives (Richmond), and SU Library—
Christopher Bean, Director, University Libraries; Stacy Baggett, Electronic Resources Librarian; Megan B. Bowers, Myra
Davis, Cataloging Services Assistant; Jan Edgar, Interlibrary Loan Supervisor; Kathy Evans, Library Assistant; Valerie
Gangwer, Media Services Coordinator; Sharon Gochenour, Library Assistant; David McKinney, Public Services Librarian;
Becky Rockwell, Circulation Coordinator; Lucinda A. Thomas, Research Librarian, Catherine Tisinger, University Archives;
and Megan Williams, Technical Services Librarian.
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