The Virtual Tour takes you, the visitor, on a walk around the Huntington campus of Marshall University. Along the way you'll visit the buildings and locations of the campus and be able to read about their history and view some photographs.
You'll notice several options on the right hand side of image below. These options will help you find your way through the tour as well as learn more about each location.
John Marshall Statue
The $118,000 bronze statue of John Marshall was created by sculptor William Behrends of Tryon, N.C. and unveiled on October 23rd 1998.
This eight-foot statue stands outside the John Deaver Drinko Library facing John Marshall Drive.
The six-foot base is engraved with the words "Revolutionary soldier. Definer of the Constitution. Devoted husband and father."
John Marshall served in the Revolutionary War, pioneered the West Virginia territory and served as the fourth chief justice of the Supreme Court.
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