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Indian Rocks Dining Hall

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Built  1928
NRHP Reference #  02001688
Area  5 ha
Architectural style  Other, Adirondack
Opened  1928
Added to NRHP  8 January 2003
Indian Rocks Dining Hall
Location  WV 7, 1 mile east of Reedsville, near Reedsville, West Virginia

Indian Rocks Dining Hall is a historic building located near Reedsville, Preston County, West Virginia. The dining hall was built in 1928, and 1 1/2-stories, with a hip porch on three sides. The front facade is of brown fieldstone with a large fireplace at the center front of the building. It is in the rustic Adirondack style. Also on the property are a contributing tourist cabin (c. 1928), ice / spring house (1928), and ice pond (c. 1928). The property was developed in the late-1920s, by John Henry Hunt, Sr, who was a pioneer in African American entrepreneurship and worked for the advancement of African Americans in West Virginia.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2003.


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