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Two-story houses, New Orleans or Charleston, South Carolina

Two-story houses, New Orleans or Charleston, South Carolina

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Date

01/01/1920
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Contributors

Genthe, Arnold, 1869-1942, photographer
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Exploresuburban

Exploretwo story

Eliab Hussey House, 31 India Street, Nantucket, Nantucket County, MA

Sibyla Brinton House, 311 South Church Street, West Chester, Chester County, PA

Michaux, Danville vic., Pittsylvania County, Virginia

Hutchinson House, Hutchinson Mills, Mercer County, NJ

Brick Colony House, Bethel, Shelby County, MO

Brandt House, 205 Main Street, Belleville, Essex County, NJ

Warren J. Lockwood houses, Roselle, New Jersey. Exterior I

Cole House, Township Road 139 in Smithfield Township, Smithfield, Jefferson County, OH

House, Danville, Montgomery County, MO

Exploretwo story house

Two-story house, New Orleans or Charleston, South Carolina

Two story house, New Orleans or Charleston, South Carolina

Two story house, New Orleans or Charleston, South Carolina

Two-story house owned by M.H. Brown, Cozad, Nebraska

Houses, House & Garden. Two-story house with portico III

706-08 Salt Street (House), Saltsburg, Indiana County, PA

Houses, House & Garden. Two-story house with portico IV

Keasbey & Mattison Company, Two-Story House, Front Gable Type, Ambler, Montgomery County, PA

Two-story house, 25 Franklin Street, Charleston, South Carolina

Two-story house, New Orleans or Charleston, South Carolina

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