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Grafton, West Virginia
Culture, History, Historic House, Military
A Wooden two-story structure that was built in 1854 by Granville Jarvis and occupied by the family for several years. 95% is orginal, so it takes you back in time. We have over 5000 items on display.
Arthurdale, West Virginia
Art, Culture, History, Historic House, Library
Arthurdale is the nation's first New Deal Homestead Community. It provided a chance for coal miners and others suffering from the effects of the Great Depression. First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt was an active force behind the project, was active in its progress and visited often. She handed out high school graduation diplomas from 1935 to 1944 and often invited graduates to dine at the White House.
Phillippi, West Virginia
General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
Museum reorganizing to celebrate the 150th celebration of the First Land Battle of the Civil War in 2011. Included in admission donation is admission to the Philippi Mummies.
Elizabeth, West Virginia
History, Historic House
The Beauchamp-Newman Museum, long known as the “Old Red Brick” is the oldest brick building in Elizabeth. It was built around 1835-40, by Alfred Beauchamp, grandson of the first settler in the community. It is believed that the bricks were made from local clay deposits on his land, probably by slaves.
Hinton, West Virginia
History, Historic House
Known as Hinton's oldest standing residential structure, the house was built before 1875 by Mr. Edgar Campbell and his wife, Elizabeth. The Campbells operated a general store, one of the first merchants in Hinton, out of the basement portion of the home. Little has changed since the home was constructed over a century ago. The entrance of the general store remains essentially the same today as it did in 1875.
Lewisburg, West Virginia
Historic House
Martinsburg, West Virginia
Historic House
Williamstown, West Virginia
History, Historic House, Specialized
Mineral Wells, West Virginia
Children's, General, History, Historic House, Library, Park
The New Era School was built in 1884 and served students in grades 1 through 8 until 1956. The facility then served as a community building for the Missouri Run area. It was later turned over to the Wood County Association of Retired School Employees. In 1991, the Living Heritage Museum Project, a newly formed volunteer organization, acquired the building for restoration.
South Charleston, West Virginia
Culture, History, Historic House, Library
The Museum is currently headquartered in the historic LaBelle Theater at 311 D Street in South Charleston, WV.
Buckhannon, West Virginia
Cemetery, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
Located at 81 West Main Street, the History Center is open between early June and the end of September, 2008, Sunday afternoons, 1-4pm. Each summer we have many returning visitors and some who are visiting for the very first time. We still have too many people who tell us that they want to make a visit but put it off until the exhibit closes. Make a note on your calendar to visit the exhibit this summer.
Ravenswood, West Virginia
History, Historic House
Scarbro, West Virginia
Art, Cemetery, Children's, Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Specialized
The 1890 whipple company store was the center of coal camp life in the turn of the century through the 50's The 18,000 sq ft building and its unique structure is captivating as well as wonderous to see. We strive to celebrate the cultural heritage of the west virginia coal miner and the familes that lived, wored and died here.
Wheeling, West Virginia
General, History, Historic House, Library, Specialized, University
The Alumni Association has acted as historians for the College, working to preserve the history of the buildings occupied by the college and the relationship of those edifices to the community. The Alumni’s museum, established in 1985, has preserved and maintained a large collection of B&O memorabilia and one-thousand pieces of Hazel Atlas Glass.
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