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    • Meditation hut

    • Buildings; stone buildings; stonework; forests
    • Meditation hut was a student-led project, and completed in 2001. It is located in the WWC forest.
    • Log structure 79

    • Log buildings--Appalachian Region--Photographs
    • In addition to storage buildings, log construction allowed the farmer to construct outbuildings for animal housing, such as the henhouse or pigstye. Seventy-ninth hyperlinked image in the essay "Historical Survey of Log Structures in Southern...
    • Log structure 80

    • Log buildings--Appalachian Region--Photographs
    • Gistmills were among the first public buildings in a settlement. Eightieth hyperlinked image in the essay "Historical Survey of Log Structures in Southern Appalachia."
    • Log structure 19

    • Log buildings--Appalachian Region--Photographs
    • Solid stone foundations are rarely seen farther south on buildings other than homes. Nineteenth hyperlinked image in the essay "Historical Survey of Log Structures in Southern Appalachia."
    • Log structure 3

    • Log buildings--Appalachian Region--Photographs
    • Log construction began in the Scandinavian regions before the Bronze Age. The first structures were simple rectangular buildings made of horizontally-laid round logs with corner notching. Third hyperlinked image in the essay "Historical Survey...
    • Log structure 31

    • Log buildings--Appalachian Region--Photographs
    • Most log buildings in Appalachia have gables of clapboard. Thirty-first hyperlinked image in the essay "Historical Survey of Log Structures in Southern Appalachia."
    • Log structure 33

    • Log buildings--Appalachian Region--Photographs
    • The earliest buildings and smaller outbuildings incorporated the Scandinavian technique of logged gables. Thirty-third hyperlinked image in the essay "Historical Survey of Log Structures in Southern Appalachia."
    • Log structure 35

    • Log buildings--Appalachian Region--Photographs
    • As buildings were improved the roofs were lightly framed and covered with shakes - long, rough shingles split out of a section of a log. Thirty-fifth hyperlinked image in the essay "Historical Survey of Log Structures in Southern Appalachia."
    • Log structure 36

    • Log buildings--Appalachian Region--Photographs
    • Shakes covered the walls of many log buildings to protect them from the elements. Thirty-sixth hyperlinked image in the essay "Historical Survey of Log Structures in Southern Appalachia."
    • Grounds Employees 1947-48

    • Bethany College, Bethany, West Virginia; Buildings; Educational facilities; Employees; Historic buildings; Land; Tractors;
    • Grounds Workers J. Pascoe, E. Owens, E. Andrews, and J. Long working behind Old Main.
    • Old Main

    • Bethany College, Bethany, West Virginia; Buildings; Education; Educational facilities; Historic buildings; Universities & colleges;
    • Students walking out of the front of Old Main
    • Old Main, Lithograph

    • Bethany College, Bethany, West Virginia; Buildings; Education; Educational facilities; Historic buildings; Universities & colleges;
    • This is a lithograph of Bethany College's Old Main. The lithograph is marked in the left corner Walter Wilson Arch. Cin. O. It is marked in the right corner Middleton, Strobridge & Co., Lith. Cin. O. This lithograph was made in Cincinnati Ohio.
    • Two outhouses in the woods

    • Buildings
    • Two outhouses stand together at the edge of the woods with a path in the grass leading between the buildings. The larger building in the back has holes cut out of the boards beside and above the door. Palmer's title for the photo is "Roy Dehart's...
    • Citizens Bank. Grayson

    • Buildings; Banks; Kentucky-Grayson
    • Image of a street corner where Citizen's Bank once stood. It eventually became First National Bank of Grayson, Kentucky. Both of the buildings depicted in the image are no longer standing. They were replaced by the Carter County Justice Center. ...

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