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0855: Carlos Bozzoli Architectural Guides Drafts, Marshall University Special Collections Jan 2019

0855: Carlos Bozzoli Architectural Guides Drafts, Marshall University Special Collections

Guides to Manuscript Collections

This collection consists of various editions of architectural guides to buildings and homes in Cabell County, WV, with special attention paid to the Marshall University Campus. These guides offer walking or driving tours of the areas, and are divided by sections in Huntington and by city/area (Barboursville, Milton, Guyandotte & Greenbottom). The guides are intended to acquaint visitors to the area with its architectural history and to inspire those who live in the area to more fully appreciate their surroundings. These are all rough, uncompleted drafts of the guides, and edits and corrections can be found on many pages. Digital ...


0845: Winslow Terry Collection, 1984-1985, Marshall University Special Collections Jan 2018

0845: Winslow Terry Collection, 1984-1985, Marshall University Special Collections

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Collection consists of two items: 1) One East Huntington Bridge Blueprint Binder (281 pages) Description: One light tan binder (19 x 12 in.) containing 281 pages of blueprints for the East Huntington Bridge located over the Ohio River and connecting WV 106 to OH 775. A reprint of the "West Virginia Department of Highways Plans for Construction" (State Project No. X306-106-0.00 07). The first page is inscribed: "W.Va. Dept. of Highways Project Engineer Stan Meadows gave these prints to Winslow Terry on Nov. 14, 1985"; 2) 1 each Photograph Album containing 163 photographs (5 x 3½ in.), a ...


0838: Huntington Urban Renewal Authority Records, 1962-2003, Marshall University Special Collections Jan 2017

0838: Huntington Urban Renewal Authority Records, 1962-2003, Marshall University Special Collections

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Documents produced by the Huntington (West Virginia) Urban Renewal Authority (HURA). Bulk of the documents are related to the development of the downtown area of Huntington known as 'The Superblock'. Also included are by-laws for the HURA, Land Use and Marketability Studies. The largest single document is The Urban Renewal Plan, Downtown Project No.1, Urban Renewal Project No. W. VA. R-18, dated October 1, 1968 with amendments through May 23, 1977.


0496: Karen N. Cartwright Nance Collection, 1775-1989, Marshall University Special Collections Jan 1989

0496: Karen N. Cartwright Nance Collection, 1775-1989, Marshall University Special Collections

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`Early Huntington [West Virginia] housing (pre-1871 to 1874): Pilot survey, 1988,' study done for local preservation society; contains appendices, maps, illustrations, and bibliography. "20th Street: A Middle Class Act," describes domestic architecture razed for construction of Marshall University football stadium in 1989.


0395: W.Va. Dept. Of Culture And History. Historic Preservation Unit, 1983, Marshall University Special Collections Jan 1984

0395: W.Va. Dept. Of Culture And History. Historic Preservation Unit, 1983, Marshall University Special Collections

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Photoreproduction of survey sheets completed by Wallace Stowers and Mike Zegeer of Marshall University. Survey of downtown Huntington, West Virginia, identifying architecturally significant structures in a 48-block area; includes photographs, floor plans and maps.