Albert B. White
|Albert Blakslee White|
|11th Governor of West Virginia|
March 4, 1901 – March 4, 1905
|Preceded by||George W. Atkinson|
|Succeeded by||William M. O. Dawson|
September 22, 1856|
|Died||July 3, 1941
Parkersburg, West Virginia
|Spouse(s)||Agnes Ward White|
White was educated in the public schools of Columbus, Ohio. In 1878, he graduated from Marietta College. In 1879, he married Agnes Ward. White began his career in journalism as a managing editor in Lafayette, Indiana and relocated to Parkersburg, West Virginia (Wood County) in 1881. He continued to work as a politically powerful editor in Parkerburg until 1889.
White died in Parkersburg in 1941.
- "West Virginia's First Ladies," West Virginia Division of Culture and History, June 2007.
- Biography of Albert B. White
- Inaugural Address of Albert B. White
- Biographical Publishing Company (1903). Men of West Virginia .... Biographical publishing company.
George W. Atkinson
|Governor of West Virginia
William M. O. Dawson
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