SAH Archipedia: West Virginia Content Added

by SAH News | Dec 14, 2021
Lustron House

New West Virginia content has been added to SAH Archipedia. West Virginia University professor Rhonda Reymond explores two of the state’s building types, Lustron Houses and Civilian Conservation Corps State Park Architecture, in two new thematic essays and 20 new entries. Photo Credit: Lustron House, Clarksburg, West Virginia. Photograph by Rhonda Reymond.



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