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West Virginia University - buildings - Martin Hall.

Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

John M. Null, Collector, Photograph Albums of Student Life at West Virginia University

Collection Number: A&M 5164
Scope and Contents Two albums of images of the West Virginia University campus, students, and the surrounding area in the late 1890s. One album contains cyanotypes, the other contains photographs. These albums belonged to WVU student Leonard S. Hall. His name can be found recorded in one of them. Album 1, from the late 1890s, contains 65 cyanotypes of various locations in and around West Virginia University's campus. Subjects include Martin Hall, Woodburn Hall, Agricultural Experiment Station...
Dates: ca. 1895-1900

Mrs. Louise Morris, Collector, Papers

Collection Number: A&M 1808
Scope and Contents Materials Collected by Mrs. Louise Morris, genealogist and authority on local history. The collection includes a notebook kept by J. H. Wherry, a student at Jefferson College, Pa., in 1859; a genealogy of the DeVaul, Haun, [F]ast families of Marion and Monongalia counties, 1817-1957; an essay on "Immigration" by George Whitham, 1896, favoring immigration restriction because of the increased number coming from " the Latin races of southeastern Europe;" land surveys from dead books, 1827-1933,...
Dates: 1859-1964

Robert J. Bennett, Architect, Papers

Collection Number: A&M 5035
Scope and Contents Drawings by architect Robert J. Bennett, A.I.A., of various building projects at West Virginia University. Included are drawings for Knapp Hall (1965), the renovation of the historical buildings of Woodburn Circle in the later 1970s (including Martin, Woodburn, and Chitwood), and drawings for Evansdale Library (1978), among many others. Beginning in the late 1950s and up into the 1980s, architect Robert Bennett, A.I.A. was involved in much design and renovation work at WVU.Large...
Dates: 1955-1986

West Virginia University, Buildings, Martin, Science, Woodburn, and Library, Architect Records

Collection Number: A&M 2289

Twenty one xerox pages of typescript notes and items located regarding the architects employed by WVU. For planning and supervising the construction of Martin, Woodburn, and Science halls, and the old Library (administration) building.

Dates: 1873-1910

West Virginia University, Martin Hall, Blueprints for Facade Renovation and Roof Replacement

Collection Number: A&M 5186

Blueprints for Facade Renovation and Roof Replacement of a West Virginia University campus building. The blueprints do not identify the building; however, it is likely Martin Hall. The blueprints were created by Burt Hill Kosar Rittelmann Associates of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. These blueprints were not used for actual construction purposes.

Dates: 1993