MVHS Directors Award of Achievement – J. R. Cumpston & 1229 Elm Street, Youngstown The house at 1229 Elm Street was built in 1902 and is located in the Wick Park Historic District. In 1971 the house was split into two apartments. The original back porch was enclosed and changed into a bathroom, and one […]
Community Revitalization Award – Jones Hall, Youngstown State University When Jones Hall was built it served as the College’s primary instructional and administrative space building. The building evolved over the years, most notably in 1949, when the Clarence J. Strouss Auditorium was added, and in 1978 when most of the classroom spaces were converted into […]
Community Revitalization Award – The Manchester Room Central Branch, Youngstown YMCA The Manchester Room at the YMCA has been called the most beautiful room in the building. It’s Italian Renaissance design includes a special batch elder tile in many colors, a heavy beamed ceiling and a large wood burning fireplace. It was used as a […]
Community Revitalization Award – Mahoning County Courthouse Statues, Youngstown The sheet copper sculpture crowning the Mahoning County Courthouse is one of the largest stamped copper sheet metal fabrications of this type. It was designed by Chicago artist Carl Bell and Leon Hermant in 1909. The three hollow statues from the top of the Mahoning County […]
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