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Preserve Chattanooga: Meet The Master Architect

Chattanooga’s Municipal Building.
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Chattanooga’s Municipal Building.

Let’s talk about the legacy of architecture here in Chattanooga.

This conversation is the latest in our series of conversations on historic preservation in this city, in collaboration with Preserve Chattanooga - the historic preservation nonprofit formerly known as Cornerstones.

Todd Morgan is executive director of Preserve Chattanooga - and Rachel Shannon is a board member.

R.H. Hunt, “Chattanooga’s Master Architect.”
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R.H. Hunt, “Chattanooga’s Master Architect.”

Stay tuned for the rest of our conversations with Preserve Chattanooga in the coming weeks here on “Scenic Roots.”

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