I saw my dad there when it was converted to an army hospital in the 80s or 90s, and then in the early 90s, when it had been transformed into a classy hotel. I remembered much. The open porch had been glassed in. The bare halls had been plushly carpeted, but it was still the old Greenbriar.
I id not know until recently about the bomb shelters built underground in the 50s and early 60s. They were designed to hold the U.S. Congress and other parts of t he government.
There was a diner in White Sulfur Springs that was the same in the 90s as in the 40s