St. Albans Historical Society


Home of 11 National Register sites

And a Historical District

>"History of St. Albans" Video       The St. Albans Historical Society has a video titled "The History of St. Albans". 
   Approximately 40 minutes long, it contains over 200 vintage photos, new video scenes of historic properties, plus narration, interviews and music by Joe Dobbs. The cost is $20 DVD, plus shipping & handling
.  Available at McGees Office Supply on Kanawha Terrace in St. Albans or call Neil Richardson (304-727-5972)

> Morgan's Kitchen is available for School Tours (and others) and is Open Memorial Day thru Labor Day on Sundays from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.. Contact one of the listed officers to have your group included. (Located on MacCorkle Ave near the Walnut St. Exxon)

 > To obtain a copy of St. Albans'  "Historic Walking Tour" brochure for self-guided tours. Contact:  The St. Albans Historical Society.

> The St. Albans Historical Society meets five (5) times per year at the Wm. P. Burdette Memorial Building 404,  4th Ave (adjacent to the Depot) on the 2nd Sunday of February, April, June, September and November at 2:00 p.m.. EVERYONE WELCOME !!

Morgan's Kitchen Fall Festival is the 2nd Saturday in October (10am to 4pm)

The Annual Christmas Tour of Historic Homes is the 1st Saturday in December (6-9pm)

> Some books available from the Historical Society:

  • "Tornado Remembered" - $5.00
  • "A Historical Sketch of St. Albans WV - 1938" - $5.00
  • "The Growing, Booming Years of St. Albans, WV, 1885-1910" - $5.00
  • "St. Albans History and Architectural Survey" - $5.00
  • "Bicentennial of the Burning of Fort Tackett, 1790-1990" - $5.00
  • "The Last Dollar" - $5.00
  • "A Tribute to Jennie Hughes" - $5.00
  • "History of St. Albans" DVD - $20
  • "Historical Survey of St. Albans" - $5.00
  • "Coalsmouth Journal - 1982" - $5.00
  • "Cemeteries of St. Albans" - $25.00

Books are available at "The Curiosity Shop" on Main St.  and the DVD at McGees Office Supply, Kanawha Terrace, in St. Albans

                                                  National Register Houses:
        Weimer/Dolin House       Mohler House
        Weimer/Dolin House, ca. 1917            Mohler House in 1911


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