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The Archives of Appalachia supports original research,
educational engagement, and artistic creativity. It collects and preserves
records of enduring value that document Appalachia's history and cultural
heritage and makes those records accessible for use by scholars, educators, students,
and the general public.
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Follow the signs to Hotel Windsor....
Constructed in 1909 by Henry Wilson Pardue, the Hotel Windsor (also known as the Windsor Hotel) was originally, and unsurprisingly, the Hotel Pardue. Sometime between 1913 and 1915, William F. Green obtained the building and renamed the hotel “Windsor.” After Mr. Green passed away, his widow, Reba Green (later Reba Offinger), managed the business until the early 1920s. Read more...
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ARCHIVES OF APPALACHIA
Sherrod Library, Room 422
PO Box 70295
344 J L Seehorn Rd.
Johnson City, TN 37614
423-439-4338 | Campus Map
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