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West Virginia, Martinsburg Historic Properties Historical Markers
By Devry Becker Jones (CC0), April 15, 2019
224 - 226 West King Street Marker
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Built as a YMCA in 1908. Constructed in the eclectic mission style. Used as the Martinsburg City Hall from 1932-1988. — — Map (db m132408) HM
This structure was constructed of native limestone by Revolutionary War General Adam Stephen, founder of Martinsburg. Restored by the City of Martinsburg and the Adam Stephen Memorial Association, Inc. — — Map (db m132404) HM
This theater was designed by Reginald Geare, architect for the well-known Knickerbocker Theater of Washington, D.C. — — Map (db m143931) HM
Built in 1853 by Benjamin Reed Boyd, a merchant, Confederate soldier and the father of Belle Boyd. Belle Boyd was a famous Confederate spy, author and actress. — — Map (db m149428) HM
One of the earliest brick buildings constructed in Martinsburg. Home of Rear Admiral Charles Boarman, who served in the War of 1812 and the Civil War. — — Map (db m132397) HM
One of Martinsburg's Gothic Revival masterpieces and once its central marketplace. The structure has been used commercially with the Masons and Odd Fellows halls overhead. — — Map (db m132400) HM
Site of the original Trinity Episcopal Church, founded as part of the Church of England. — — Map (db m134028) HM
This High Victorian Gothic structure served as the Berkeley County jail for one hundred years. — — Map (db m134016) HM
Constructed using the Richardson-Romanesque Style of architecture, this building served as a Post Office and United States Courthouse. — — Map (db m1977) HM
This High Victorian Gothic structure which served as the Martinsburg High School, now houses the Berkeley County Board of Education office. — — Map (db m132394) HM
This structure was originally constructed as a dwelling and was later used as a house of worship from 1812-1842 by the Methodist Episcopal Church. — — Map (db m134000) HM
Constructed of native limestone, this house is considered among the earliest built in Martinsburg. — — Map (db m132407) HM
The woolen mills were located in the buildings on the south side of the street and the cassimere mills on the north. Outstanding examples of industrial architecture. — — Map (db m134032) HM
The first Catholic Church of Martinsburg was located on this site from 1825 to 1843. — — Map (db m134023) HM
This Romanesque Revival Church was begin in 1845 and dedicated in 1860. George Whitson, local architect, designed the Greek portico with the Gothic spire in 1888.
Most Reverend Bernard Schmitt, D.D.
Designated . . . — — Map (db m132395) HM
The present building was completed in 1917 under the leadership of Fred R. Ramer. He was the first principal in Berkeley County to have a school named after him. Ramer school served the black community until 1964. — — Map (db m1211) HM
This structure was originally constructed as three apartments by Philip Showers to house railroad workers. — — Map (db m132405) HM
Dec. 6, 2023