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Steve Pruski Home

Description: Photograph of frame unpainted house with three windows with shutters and two trees in front. Seven people in white shirts are standing on the front porch. One man wearing a hat and overalls stands to their right. Another person stands in the shadows to his rights. A windmill is visible to the far right of the photo.
Date: unknown
Partner: Wilson County Historical Society

[Weisner Home, Harrison County]

Description: The U. R. Weisner home is located in rural Leigh, northeast of Marshall in Harrison County. Mr. Weisner was a leader and property owner who contributed to the community good. He also gathered local African-American history which has been preserved.
Date: unknown
Partner: Marshall Public Library

[House in Marshall]

Description: This house in Marshal is located on a triangular lot where S. Grove St., University Ave., and Bomar St. intersect. It faces S. Grove St. It has a one-story side-gable wing with stone trim and large windows connected to a two-story, wood-sided, gabled wing turned perpendicular to the other.
Date: unknown
Partner: Marshall Public Library

[Anderson Home, Marshall]

Description: A small sign in front announces that this residence is occupied by "The Anderson's" in Marshall. The house is a two-story brick with a two-story columned portico in front. A classic door design has a small iron balcony above.
Date: unknown
Partner: Marshall Public Library

[G.A. Rosborough Home, Marshall]

Description: The home of G.A. Rosborough, principal of Pemberton Senior High School in Marshall. Mr. Rosborough was principal there from 1944 to 1972, during the school's African-American period. He died in 1978 and his widow moved to another address. The house is located at 1802 University Ave. The location puts it within the historic African-American area of west Marshall known as the "New Town Neighborhood." The house as shown in the picture is a one-story ranch type with brick facing, large front windows covered with guards, and a roof style that could be called a modified "gambrel."
Date: unknown
Partner: Marshall Public Library
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