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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 ...


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

Guides to Manuscript Collections

`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.