WINTER 15

Wheeling's Building Blocks
   
     
    
  INWheeling Magazine, the lifestyle and society magazine for Wheeling, West Virginia.
   Publisher IN Publishing, LLC, David Allinder 


  WINTER 15
 
  Due out November 16, 2015!!


   
   
   Cover photograph by Mark     Campbell.  



   

   


   
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IN THIS ISSUE...

 

 

A to Z: WHEELING'S BUILDING BLOCKS

Throughout the years, Wheeling’s buildings have come to include a significant array of architectural elements, creating a landscape of beauty and diversity.  INWheeling explores 26 quintessential components that typify Wheeling’s landscape.



  

BUILDING WHEELING

INWheeling takes a comprehensive look at 250 years of buildings, exploring architectural styles ranging from the Revolutionary War area Georgian style, to the pragmatic Bauhaus of the post-World War I era, to the Postmodern movement of the 1970s.  INWheeling provides an anthology of these styles, and many more, and the historic
roots of each architectural variety.





 

WHEELING'S RELIGIOUS BUILDINGS

The religious buildings of Wheeling have, over time, served as places of worship, as
ethnic centers of public life and, as the area’s population has shifted, as repurposed
worship spaces for new denominations and congregations and as centers for
community engagement.  INWheeling tours a sampling of Wheeling’s ecclesiastical
buildings, which represent an incredible range of architectural styles.








WARWOOD TOOL

Since 1854, Warwood Tool has helped to shape the industrial landscape of the country. 
From coal mining tools used during the industrial revolution, to tools used to create
the transportation infrastructure of the United States, to tools used by members of
the United States military since the Civil War, the company has established itself as a
leader in domestic industrial tool production.  INWheeling provides an overview of the
company’s history, and of how the present owners are maintaining the history of
integrity of Warwood Tool. 





















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