The West Virginia State Historic Preservation Office has awarded more than $520,000 in development grants to 19 restoration and rehabilitation projects.
All of the grant recipients are listed as historic sites in the National Register of Historic Places.
Arthurdale Heritage Incorporated is one of the projects receiving a small portion of that money. It will receive $1,100 to restore and replace windows at the Arthurdale Forge.
Other grants went to Davis and Elkins College, the Randolph County Housing Authority, and Delaina Kucish of Marion County.
An outside review panel appointed by the State Historic Preservation Office developed recommendations for the Archives and History Commission. It made the final grant determinations.
Grants are funded by the appropriation of funds from the West Virginia Legislature.
For more information about the Division's programs, events and sites, visit www.wvculture.org.
A full list of Historic Preservation Development Grant Recipients for 2013 are as follows:
Boone Madison Public Library, $35,500 to assist with replacing the roof on the Boone Madison Public Library in Madison.
Martinsburg-Berkeley County Parks and Recreation, $27,500 to assist with replacing the roof on the Poor House Farm Park Building in Martinsburg.
J & Lenore Kaiser and David E. Gerlock Foundation Inc.,$19,960 to assist with restoring the exterior of the Coin Harvey House in Huntington.
Coal Heritage Highway Authority,$80,000 to replace the roof on the Patteson/Deering Building in Mount Hope.
Dr. Scott Keffer, $15,125 to assist with the foundation and roof on the Tyree Tavern in Ansted.
Town of Fayetteville, $25,000 to assist with replacing the roof and gutters on the Old Fayetteville High School in Fayetteville.
Victoria Harman, $6,870 to assist with restoring the exterior wood on the Cedars in Lewisburg.
Mike Shaw,$36,086 to assist with restoring of the barn roof and fascia on Ridgedale Farm Barn in Springfield.
Oakland Hall Preservation Society Inc.,$4,836 to assist with restoring the gutters/downspouts and chimney flashing on Oakland Hall in Moorefield.
City of Charleston, $22,500 to assist with restoring the exterior of the Spring Hill Cemetery Mausoleum in Charleston.
Delaina Kucish, $44,883 to assist with restoring the masonry walls, soffits and fascia; gables; and windows on Our Country Corner in Fairmont.
Melvin and Kim Ross, $9,000 to assist with replacing the roof on the Gem Jewelers Building in Bluefield.
Kristoffy Real Estate, LLC, $37,943 to assist with restoring the windows, bays, balconies and facade on the Vivienne Apartments in Wheeling.
Patrick and Nikki Lenz, $18,846 to assist with restoring the masonry on the Fischer-Lasch Farmhouse in Wheeling.
YWCA of Wheeling, $26,250 to assist with restoring the windows on the YWCA Building in Wheeling.
The Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Foundation Inc.,$7,960 to assist with restoring the windows on the Pearl S. Buck Birthplace in Hillsboro.
Arthurdale Heritage Inc., $1,100 to assist with restoring the windows on the Arthurdale Forge in Arthurdale.
Davis & Elkins College, $89,658 to assist with restoring the gutters and roof on the Graceland Inn in Elkins.
Randolph County Housing Authority,$11,150 to assist with restoring the porch roof, windows and gutters on the Bishop Apartments in Elkins.