GA Entries and WV Photos Added to SAH Archipedia

by SAH News | Sep 28, 2015
New Content: Fifty-one entries from the state of Georgia have been added to SAH Archipedia. This born-digital material, written by Robert M. Craig, comprises the first half of a list featuring 100 of Georgia’s most representative buildings. This new Georgia content joins a selection of ten entries, from the forthcoming Buildings of Savannah volume already published on SAH Archipedia

Edward H. Inman House (credit: Robert M. Craig)

Photographs: New photographs, totaling 220, have been added to the West Virginia entries in SAH Archipedia. These photographs come from the Carol M. Highsmith Archive at the Library of Congress. Highsmith, a distinguished American photographer who has taken photographs of buildings throughout the United States, has been donating her collection to the Library of Congress since 1992. 
Robbins Memorial Chapel, Davis and Elkins College

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