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Malden Historic District, Georges, Malden, Planters Drives & U.S. Route 60, Malden, Kanawha County, WV



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HB1267555
Malden Drive, Looking North From The Malden Pharmacy To The African Zion Baptist Church

HB1267556
Malden Drive, Looking North From Cypress Drive To African Zion Baptist Church

HB1267557
Malden Drive, View To North Showing African Zion Baptist Church

HB1267558
General View To North On Malden Drive

HB1267559
General View To South On Malden Drive

HB1267560
General View To North Showing 4312 Malden Drive At Right

HB1267561
View To Northwest Between 4101 And 4103 Salines Drive (malden Baptist Church In Background)

HB1267562
4001-4011 Malden Drive, Looking North

HB1267563
West Side Of Malden Drive, Looking South (4312 On Left)


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Location
Planters Drives & U.S. Route 60, Malden, WV

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS WV-210
Unprocessed field note material exists for this structure (FN-61).
National Register Number: 80004028
Significance: Malden, originally called Kanawha Salines, was the town that played the most prominent role in the development of the salt industry in the Kanawha Valley, an industry which spawned the considerable present-day industrial importance of the valley as a chemical-producing region. Malden is notable for the large number of early buildings, some dating from the 1830s, that remain, attesting to a degree of architectural formalism existing in the town earlier than in any other Kanawha Valley settlement because of the national importance of the salt works. The Malden Historic District containing the early structures was entered in the National Register of Historic Places on July 18, 1980.

Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. MALDEN DRIVE, LOOKING NORTH FROM THE MALDEN PHARMACY TO THE AFRICAN ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
2. MALDEN DRIVE, LOOKING NORTH FROM CYPRESS DRIVE TO AFRICAN ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
3. MALDEN DRIVE, VIEW TO NORTH SHOWING AFRICAN ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
4. GENERAL VIEW TO NORTH ON MALDEN DRIVE
5. GENERAL VIEW TO SOUTH ON MALDEN DRIVE
6. GENERAL VIEW TO NORTH SHOWING 4312 MALDEN DRIVE AT RIGHT
7. VIEW TO NORTHWEST BETWEEN 4101 AND 4103 SALINES DRIVE (MALDEN BAPTIST CHURCH IN BACKGROUND)
8. 4001-4011 MALDEN DRIVE, LOOKING NORTH
9. WEST SIDE OF MALDEN DRIVE, LOOKING SOUTH (4312 ON LEFT)


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