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Veterans Administration Medical Center, Spring Valley Drive, Huntington, Cabell County, WV

Veterans Administration Medical Center, Spring Valley Drive, Huntington, Cabell County, WV

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Significance: The Veterans Administration Medical Center is significant as an example of the expansion policy of the Veterans Administration in the 1930's; as the first Veterans Hospital in West Virginia; for its association with a prominent West Virginia physician and politician, Henry D. Hatfield; as an example of a significant architectural style of the period, Georgian Colonial Revival, and as an example of the influence of Federal standardized design for projects of the period.
Survey number: HABS WV-245



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs


West Huntington38.37238, -82.51808
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