John W. Dunn biography

John W. Dunn



Who is John W. Dunn?

John W. Dunn was an architect and master builder in West Virginia.

Dunn worked often in conjunction with master wood-worker Conrad Burgess. Burgess did mantels and other interior wood-work for Morlunda and Mountain Home, for example.

A number of his works are listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.

Works include:

Alexander W. Arbuckle I House, 2 mi. N of Lewisburg on Arbuckle Lane Lewisburg, WV, NRHP-listed

David S. Creigh House, SW of Lewisburg off the Davis-Stuart Rd. Lewisburg, WV, NRHP-listed

Greenbrier County Courthouse and Lewis Spring, Corner of Court and Randolph Sts. Lewisburg, WV, NRHP-listed

John Wesley Methodist Church, E. Foster St. Lewisburg, WV, NRHP-listed

Morlunda, NW of Lewisburg on SR 40 Lewisburg, WV, NRHP-listed

Mountain Home, SW of White Sulphur Springs on U.S. 60 White Sulphur Springs, WV, NRHP-listed

Tuckwiller Tavern, 2 mi. NW of Lewisburg on U.S. 60 Lewisburg, WV, NRHP-listed

Tuscawilla, S of Lewisburg off U.S. 219 Lewisburg, WV, NRHP-listed


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