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Historic American Buildings Survey


Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

American Electric Power, Survey of Cooper-Gatts House and Granary in Marshall County

Collection Number: A&M 3933

Historic American Buildings Survey/Historic American Engineering Record documentation for the Cooper-Gatts House and Granary located in Marshall County, West Virginia. Constructed ca. 1855-1900, the house was named for previous owners John Cooper and Theodore Gatts. Documentation includes information on the history and significance of the buildings, black and white images, and architectural drawings.

Dates: 2012-2013

Emory L. Kemp Papers regarding Industrial History

Collection Number: A&M 4230
Scope and Contents This collection includes materials from Dr. Emory L. Kemp’s career of researching, documenting, and preserving historic structures. Kemp was a practicing civil engineer from 1952-1959, then taught civil engineering, historic preservation, and the history of technology from 1962-2003 at West Virginia University. He served as an expert consultant for the preservation of many historic engineering structures, including bridges, waterways, and mills. He also published regularly and remained...
Dates: 1735-2021

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