"West Virginia's Capitol Buildings", Kyle McCormick, former director of the Department of Archives and History, printed by Mathews Printing and Lithographing Company.
"...digest of the Capitol's History", W. S. Johnson, former state treasurer, (handout) courtesy of the Jarrett Printing Company.
"West Virginia's Magnificent State Capitol", Boyd Stutler, from the West Virginia Review, volume IX (July 1932).
"...reasoning for Capitol Building Commission's choice of construction sites", Kyle McCormick, from the archives search room, Cultural Center.
"New Capitol Section", Charleston Daily Mail, June 19, 1932.
"Four State Departments Enter New Quarters", Charleston Daily Mail, January 15,1928.
Various other articles from Charleston newspapers the Gazette and the Daily Mail, years 1921-1932.
Letters, communications and memorandums of the Capitol Building Commission, from the archives search room, Cultural Center, 1930-1932.
Letter and descriptive papers regarding the Capitol to Walter E. Clark, former editor of the Daily Mail, from Cass Gilbert; April 8,1932 and May of 1932; courtesy of George Singleton, clerk of the Supreme Court of Appeals, state of West Virginia, and Bob Mellace of Charleston.
Public Addresses and Papers of Governors Cornwell, Morgan, Gore and Conley, from the archives search room, Cultural Center.
West Virginia Governors, 1863-1980, by John G. Morgan, second edition, published by Charleston Newspapers, 1980.
Charleston and the Kanawha Valley, by Otis K. Rice, sponsored by the West Virginia Historical Society, first edition, Windsor Publications, Inc., 1981.
Nomination form, the National Register of Historic Places, West Virginia Capitol Complex, prepared by James E. Harding, Research Analyst for the West Virginia Antiquities Commission, April 11,1974.
The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography, Volume XXVI, James T. White & Company, 1937, pp. 20-21 .
Front cover - David E. Fattaleh, Division of Tourism.
Back cover - Steve Shaluta, Jr., Division of Tourism.
Inside front cover - Rick Lee, Division of Culture and History.
Title page- Mike Keller, Division of Culture and History.
Early Capitols, First Governor's Mansion, Capitol Annex and pasteboard Capitol, Courtesy of the State Archives, Division of Culture and History.
Construction documentation, 1924-1925 Leonard Gates, courtesy of the State Archives, Division of Culture and History.
Construction documentation, 1926-1932 Bollinger Studios, courtesy of the State Archives, Division of Culture and History.
Recent exterior work - Mike Keller, Division of Culture and History.
Recent interior work Rick Lee, Division of Culture and History; David E. Fattaleh, Division of Tourism.
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