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Plan of cellars

Plan of cellars

U.S. General Post Office (drawing). This record contains unverified data from caption card.

[Corking bottles in Mr. Longworth's wine cellars near Cincinnati]

[Corking bottles in Mr. Longworth's wine cellars near Cincinnati]

Illus. in: Harper's Weekly, v. 2, (1858 July 24), p. 473. Ref. copy SS Graphics - 4397 J - Industry -Brewery & Wine making Title and other information transcribed from caption card. Caption card tracings: Facto... more

Mikweh. Wine cellars, interior / American Colony, Jerusalem.

Mikweh. Wine cellars, interior / American Colony, Jerusalem.

Photograph shows Mikveh (Mikve) Israel Agricultural School. (Source: L. Ben-David, Israel's History - A Picture a Day website, June 25, 2012)

Wine cellars / Falk, photographer, Waldorf-Astoria.

Wine cellars / Falk, photographer, Waldorf-Astoria.

Wine cellar in the Waldorf Astoria, New York City, showing cases of wine. Y3127 U.S. Copyright Office. Copyright by George C. Boldt.

Cellar ceilings must be fire-retarded Keep cellars clean / / MW [monogram].

Cellar ceilings must be fire-retarded Keep cellars clean / / MW [monog...

Poster promoting use of fire retardant materials in home construction, showing a couple trapped in burning house. Date stamped on verso: Apr 16 1937. Work Projects Administration Poster Collection (Library of C... more

Roof System of Cellar

Roof System of Cellar

Interior, used as a potato house

Bunkhouse Plan with Cellar, Recanzone Ranch

Bunkhouse Plan with Cellar, Recanzone Ranch

Cellar plan, ca. 1900 (top); Upper level plan, ca. 1900 (bottom) Builder: Recanzone, Battiste

Cellar, Fort Scott Ranch

Cellar, Fort Scott Ranch

Builder: Forgnone, Angelo; Recanzone, Battiste ca. 1867

Bunkhouse with Cellar, Bull Head Ranch

Bunkhouse with Cellar, Bull Head Ranch

Builder: Ramasco, Antone ca. 1905

Cellar, Cerri (Wallace) Ranch

Cellar, Cerri (Wallace) Ranch

Builder: Ramasco, Antone For wine storage

Cellar, Kirshner Brewery

Cellar, Kirshner Brewery

Interior, where beer and wine were made

Cellar of Bunkhouse, Recanzone Ranch
Stone Cellar Foundation, Paradise Valley Town

Stone Cellar Foundation, Paradise Valley Town

Fieldwork recorded with workers from the Nevada State Historic Preservation Office, Reno

Cellar Plan, Schwartz Ranch

Cellar Plan, Schwartz Ranch

At former Blattner Ranch Builder: Blattner, Bill

Bunkhouse Plan with Cellar, Cassinelli Brothers Ranch

Bunkhouse Plan with Cellar, Cassinelli Brothers Ranch

Cellar plan, 1912 (top); Upper level plan, 1912 (bottom) Builder: Forgnone, Johnny

Cellar Plan, Buckingham Household

Cellar Plan, Buckingham Household

At Ken Buckingham's (son) home two blocks away

Cellar, Schwartz Ranch

Cellar, Schwartz Ranch

Builder: Ramasco, Antone ca. 1925

House, Bridge House and Barn

House, Bridge House and Barn

Builder: Ramasco, Antone Rear addition to house is granite cellar, ca. 1910

Cellar Plan, Buckingham Household

Cellar Plan, Buckingham Household

Used for meat storage, "Robert Haas 1899" penciled above doorway; ca. 1899

Cellar House

Cellar House

Above ground cellar which leads to a subterranean cellar, used for meat storage, built ca. 1899 People in photograph: Buckingham, Louise; Buckingham, Sandra

Cellar Plan, Schwartz Ranch

Cellar Plan, Schwartz Ranch

Builder: Ramasco, Antone ca. 1925

Cellar Plan, Cerri (Wallace) Ranch

Cellar Plan, Cerri (Wallace) Ranch

ca. 1910; For wine storage Builder: Cerri, Giovanni; Ramasco, Antone

Cellar House Interior

Cellar House Interior

Interior of above ground cellar which leads to a subterranean cellar, used for meat storage, built ca. 1899

Stone Cellar, Fort Scott Ranch

Stone Cellar, Fort Scott Ranch

For potato storage, ca. 1867 Builder: Forgnone, Angelo; Recanzone, Battiste

Cellar Plans, Fort Scott Ranch

Cellar Plans, Fort Scott Ranch

Builder: Peraldo, Guillelmo ca. 1867; top with loft, built into hillside, used for potato storage; bottom built into hillside, no loft

Cellar Plan, Paradise Valley, Nev.

Cellar Plan, Paradise Valley, Nev.

Recorded with workers from the Nevada State Historic Preservation Office, Reno

House Plan with Cellar, Kirshner Brewery

House Plan with Cellar, Kirshner Brewery

Builder: Meyers, Frank Cellar plan, ca. 1880

Cellar, Schwartz Ranch

Cellar, Schwartz Ranch

At former Blattner Ranch Builder: Blattner, Bill

Stone Cellar, Paradise Valley Town

Stone Cellar, Paradise Valley Town

Fieldwork recorded with workers from the Nevada State Historic Preservation Office, Reno People in photograph: Wood, Kimberly; Fink, Bob

Cellar, Cassinelli (Mill) Ranch
Cellar Plan, Cassinelli (Mill) Ranch
Bunkhouse Plan with Cellar, 101 Ranch

Bunkhouse Plan with Cellar, 101 Ranch

Includes cellar plan, ca. 1880 (top); Upper level plan, ca. 1880 (bottom) Builder: Sperry, L.E.

Cellar Plan, Miller-Zatica Household

Cellar Plan, Miller-Zatica Household

Located on Ernest Miller property adjacent to post office, ca. 1925

Cellar, Buckingham Household

Cellar, Buckingham Household

At Ken Buckingham's (son) home two blocks away

Bunkhouse with Cellar, Cassinelli Brothers Ranch
Limestone Outbuilding Cellar
Cellar Interior in Bunkhouse, 101 Ranch

Cellar Interior in Bunkhouse, 101 Ranch

Ground floor storage area with plastered whitewashed walls

Bunkhouse with Cellar, Cassinelli Brothers Ranch
Bunkhouse with Cellar, 101 Ranch

Bunkhouse with Cellar, 101 Ranch

Builder: Sperry, L.E. Alvin Miller residence (101 Ranch) and windmill in background, built ca. 1880

Bunkhouse Detail

Bunkhouse Detail

Builder: Ramasco, Antone ca. 1905

Ernest and Emily Miller's Storage Cellar

Ernest and Emily Miller's Storage Cellar

Located on Ernest Miller property adjacent to post office, built ca. 1925

Bunkhouse with Cellar, Recanzone Ranch

Bunkhouse with Cellar, Recanzone Ranch

Builder: Recanzone, Battiste Two-story style building favored by some Italian ranchers and stonemasons, of granite and with hipped roof, ca. 1900

Bunkhouse with Cellar, Recanzone Ranch

Bunkhouse with Cellar, Recanzone Ranch

Builder: Recanzone, Battiste Two-story style building favored by some Italian ranchers and stonemasons, of granite and with hipped roof, ca. 1900

Cellar Wall Detail

Cellar Wall Detail

Builder: Ramasco, Antone

Older of Two Adjacent Underground Cellars

Older of Two Adjacent Underground Cellars

Rafters visible behind cellar in foreground

Cellar Plan (top); Site Plan (bottom), 7HL Ranch

Cellar Plan (top); Site Plan (bottom), 7HL Ranch

Cellar under south side of house (top); Ranch plan (bottom)

Cellar Interior, Bridge House and Barn
Cellar Plans of Two Adjacent Underground Cellars, 7HL Ranch

Cellar Plans of Two Adjacent Underground Cellars, 7HL Ranch

Newer of two adjacent underground cellars (top); Older of two adjacent underground cellars (bottom)

Bunkhouse Plan with Cellar, Andorno Ranch

Bunkhouse Plan with Cellar, Andorno Ranch

Builder: Ramasco, Antone ca. 1922

Cellar, Andorno Ranch

Cellar, Andorno Ranch

Builder: Ramasco, Antone ca. 1922

Entrance to Stone Cellar

Entrance to Stone Cellar

Builder: Ramasco, Antone ca. 1922

Old building with cellar on the farm of Arnold Bailey

Old building with cellar on the farm of Arnold Bailey

"Please note that the "date" in this case refers to the date that the historic photos were copied. Bailey Mountain is now known as Montcoal Mountain."

Vintage truck carrying wine casks at the B Cellars Winery in California's Napa Valley

Vintage truck carrying wine casks at the B Cellars Winery in Californi...

Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer. Credit line: The Jon B. Lovelace Collection of California Photographs in Carol M. Highsmith's America Project, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs... more

View of Dark Star Cellars/Midnight Winery from Route 46 in the Central Valley of California

View of Dark Star Cellars/Midnight Winery from Route 46 in the Central...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Credit line: The Jon B. Lovelace Collection of California Photographs in Carol M. Highsmith's America Project, Library of Congress, Pr... more

Wine casks at Mendelbaum Cellars Winery in Gillespie County in the Texas Hill Country, between Fredericksburg and Johnson City

Wine casks at Mendelbaum Cellars Winery in Gillespie County in the Tex...

Title, date, and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Credit line: The Lyda Hill Texas Collection of Photographs in Carol M. Highsmith's America Project, Library of Congress, Prints and P... more

Casks on an old truck at Mendelbaum Cellars Winery in Gillespie County in the Texas Hill Country, between Fredericksburg and Johnson City

Casks on an old truck at Mendelbaum Cellars Winery in Gillespie County...

Title, date, and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Credit line: The Lyda Hill Texas Collection of Photographs in Carol M. Highsmith's America Project, Library of Congress, Prints and P... more

Shoshone Falls Hydroelectric Project, Stone Cellar, North Bank of Snake River, east of Cliff Substation, Tipperary Corner, Jerome County, ID

Shoshone Falls Hydroelectric Project, Stone Cellar, North Bank of Snak...

Significance: It was the second building constructed in 1921 by the Idaho Power Company as part of its 1920-21 expansion of the hydroelectric facility. This low-slung stone building, which butts up against the ... more

Shoshone Falls Hydroelectric Project, Garage & Celler, North Bank of Snake River, immediately North of the Cliff Substation, Tipperary Corner, Jerome County, ID

Shoshone Falls Hydroelectric Project, Garage & Celler, North Bank of S...

Significance: It was the first building constructed in 1927 by the Idaho Power Company during its 1926-1927 expansion of the Shoshone Falls Hydroelectric Project. This stone building originally served as a gara... more

Joyce Estate, Bulb Storage Cellar, Chippewa National Forest Road 2144, 3 miles north of County Road 335, Grand Rapids, Itasca County, MN

Joyce Estate, Bulb Storage Cellar, Chippewa National Forest Road 2144,...

Significance: This cellar was used to store bulbs for landscaping the estate. It was probably built about 1923, when the estate's Greenhouse was erected. ... This simple, utilitarian structure is dug into a hi... more

Neville-Kanode Farmstead, Cellar, East side of U.S. Highway 81, 2.5 miles south of Kansas-Nebraska state line, Munden, Republic County, KS

Neville-Kanode Farmstead, Cellar, East side of U.S. Highway 81, 2.5 mi...

Significance: The Cellar contributes to the historic character of the Neville-Kanode Farmstead. Survey number: HABS KS-76-B Building/structure dates: ca. 1885 Initial Construction

Cherry Walk, House, Dunbrooke Road (Route 620), 2.25 miles north of Richmond Highway (U.S. Route 360), Millers Tavern, Essex County, VA

Cherry Walk, House, Dunbrooke Road (Route 620), 2.25 miles north of Ri...

Significance: Built ca. 1810, the House at Cherry Walk forms the centerpiece of this well-crafted, nineteenth-century Chesapeake region farmstead. With prim farmer's house and large collection of carefully cons... more

Cherry Walk, House, Dunbrooke Road (Route 620), 2.25 miles north of Richmond Highway (U.S. Route 360), Millers Tavern, Essex County, VA

Cherry Walk, House, Dunbrooke Road (Route 620), 2.25 miles north of Ri...

Significance: Built ca. 1810, the House at Cherry Walk forms the centerpiece of this well-crafted, nineteenth-century Chesapeake region farmstead. With prim farmer's house and large collection of carefully cons... more

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