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Marshall University, Northcott Hall, 400 Hal Greer Boulevard, Huntington, Cabell County, WV

Marshall University, Northcott Hall, 400 Hal Greer Boulevard, Huntington, Cabell County, WV

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Significance: Northcott Hall, consisting of 41,768 sq. ft. was constructed in 1915 and served as the Science Building until 1947 at which time a new Science Building was constructed. During the past 47 years, the building has served many functions, primarily a general classroom building. The most recent use of the building was temporary space for the College of Science while the 1947 building was being renovated and the College of Education while Jenkins Hall was being renovated.
Survey number: HABS WV-290-A
Building/structure dates: 1915 Initial Construction
Building/structure dates: 1947 Subsequent Work
Building/structure dates: 1996 Demolished



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Worne, Rus
Longest & Tessier
Northcott, Gustavus A
Northcott, Robert S
Everett, Naomi Northcott
Northcott, Elliot
Ice, William T
The Masonic Fraternity
Alfson, Mary, transmitter
Haye, Rick, photographer
Grose, K Edward, historian


West Huntington38.42286, -82.43178
Google Map of 38.4228558, -82.4317818


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