Staircase from razed home of Dr. Thomas J. Prichard, 1239 5th Ave

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Cabell-Wayne Historical Society Collection

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Marshall University Archives and Special Collections

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1975.06.0099, Box 03, Series IIb, Folder 05, Item 01: Staircase from razed home of Dr. Thomas J. Prichard, 1239 5th Ave.,23.7x18cm 10-6-70 newsarticle: TO BE SAVED - A Victorian-age, ornately-carved wooden staircase in the old Dr. Thomas J Prichard home at 1239 5th Ave., which is being razed, was saved from immediate doom today by wrecking constractor Kenneth "Rabbit" Jarrell, who donated it and several other peices to the Cabell-Wayne Historical Society. Included in the donation were windows with stained-glass trim, an ornate door and several transoms. The home, built in 1889, and an adjacent property at 1235 5th Ave., are being razed to make space for a parking lot for The Huntington Hospital.

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1975.06.0099.03.IIB.05.01

Staircase from razed home of Dr. Thomas J. Prichard, 1239 5th Ave

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