Davis Barracks, 2015

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Title

Davis Barracks, 2015

Subject

United States Military Academy -- Buildings

Description

The first completely new barracks at West Point in about a half-century, considerable work needed to be done on the site to make room for footprint. Over 160,000 pieces of granite were used. It is named for Air Force General Benjamin O. Davis, Jr., USMA Class of 1932, the first African American graduate of the Academy in the 20th century and the fourth in its history.

Creator

STV/AECOM, Architects

Source

JoAnne Castagna, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Publisher

United States Military Academy

Date

2015

Rights

Public Domain (see USMA Library Terms of Use)

Format

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Type

Photograph

Identifier

USMA_DavisBarracks_2015

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Original Format

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Citation

STV/AECOM, Architects, “Davis Barracks, 2015,” U.S. Military Academy Library Exhibits, accessed September 27, 2022, https://usmalibrary.omeka.net/items/show/197.

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