This photograph taken from the Seneca Glass Company looks northeast towards housing in Morgantown. Seneca Glass Company, founded in 1891, was a fixture in Morgantown until it’s ultimate demise in 1983. The intersection pictured is the meeting of 7th St. and Beechurst Ave.
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Cities and towns -- West Virginia -- Morgantown; Housing -- Low-income housing -- West Virginia -- Morgantown; Manufactures -- United States;
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Smolski, Chet, "Morgantown: Housing, Seneca Glass Company" (1981). Browse All. 577.
housing, low-income housing, factories, manufacturers, Seneca Glass Company