Community Activities Building – Eleanor WV

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The structure initially housed community activities for the resettlement community in Eleanor. This is a long U-shaped side gable building designed in a roadside colonial design. It features double chimneys and had a center light tower that no longer exists.

Source notes

Historical Interpretative Sign at City Hall, Eleanor (visited 8 September 2018).

West Virginia Historic Property Inventory Form PU-0003-0428
(, September 10, 2018.

Project originally submitted by Ernest Everett Blevins on September 10, 2018.

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WV 62 and Ash Circle
Eleanor, West Virginia

Location notes: Corner of WV 62 (also known as Roosevelt Boulevard, Charleston Road, and Old US 35). and Ash Circle west of Dogwood Street. In 2018 a Dairy Queen was north across the street. -81.926234, Y: 38.534 17N: (419347E, 4265555N)523

Coordinates: 38.5358211, -81.9273773

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