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Walter Martens

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Mar 15, 1890

Walter Frederic Martens was born in Danville, Illinois

1913

Walter Martens began working as a draftsman in Danville

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1919

Walter Martens began working for architect L. F. W. Stuebe of Danville

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1921

Walter Martens moved to West Virginia and opened an architecture practice in Charleston

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1924

Walter Martens designed the Science and Liberal Arts halls of Davis & Elkins College

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1925

The Governor's Mansion was completed

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1929

Walter Martens completed the work for Homeland, a skillfully designed Colonial-revival residence in Lewisburg

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1935

Walter Martens designed the Cavalier and Belvedere Apartments in Charleston

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1937

Walter Martens completed the Riverview Terrace apartments in Charleston

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1941

Walter Martens began a partnership with his son Robert Martens

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1952

Walter Martens became a fellow of the American Institute of Architects, a distinctive honor

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Jul 08, 1969

Walter Martens died in Charleston


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