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Morice-Babbitt House, 328 Hope Street, Bristol, Bristol County, RI

Morice-Babbitt House, 328 Hope Street, Bristol, Bristol County, RI

Significance: The five-bay, wood-frame dwelling was built for merchants Jacob Babbitt and Barnard Smith by about 1800; it is unclear whether they intended to use the building as a double house. Nonetheless, it ... More

Cabin, Factory Street, Fredericksburg, Virginia
Miss Eliza Roy's House, general exterior, Main and Pitt Street, Fredericksburg, Virginia
Old Dunbar Quarters, Falmouth, Stafford County, Virginia
Mary Washington house, Fredericksburg, Virginia
Rising Sun Tavern, exterior, Fredericksburg, Virginia
Ailworth Cottage, Accomack Court House, Accomack County, Virginia

Ailworth Cottage, Accomack Court House, Accomack County, Virginia

Title from photographer's inventory. Corresponding reference print in LOT 11841-1. Original film negative deteriorated. Digital file made from the interpositive, a transparency made for the Library of Congress ... More

Kirnan, Westmoreland County, Virginia
Broadwater House, Fairfax vic., Fairfax County, Virginia
Kirnan, Westmoreland County, Virginia

Kirnan, Westmoreland County, Virginia

Title from photographer's inventory. This house was originally known as "China Hall". Bought by the Rev. Archibald Campbell before the Revolution. He changed the name to Kirnan in honor of his ancestral home in... More

Greenway, Charles City County, Virginia

Greenway, Charles City County, Virginia

Title from photographer's inventory. Building/structure dates: prior to 1776. Known as "Marlee" when first occupied by Judge J. Tyler. President Tyler was born here. Corresponding reference print in LOT 11841-1... More

Kendall Grove, Eastville, Northampton County, Virginia
Cabin, Princess Elizabeth Street, Fredericksburg, Virginia
Kirnan, Westmoreland County, Virginia
Ailworth Cottage, Accomac Court House, Accomac County, Virginia
Ailworth Cottage, Accomac Court House, Accomac County, Virginia
Ailworth Cottage, Accomack Court House, Accomack County, Virginia

Ailworth Cottage, Accomack Court House, Accomack County, Virginia

Title from photographer's inventory. Corresponding reference print in LOT 11841-1. Original film negative deteriorated. Digital file made from the interpositive, a transparency made for the Library of Cong... More

Kirnan, Westmoreland County, Virginia
Kirnan, Westmoreland County, Virginia

Kirnan, Westmoreland County, Virginia

Title from photographer's inventory. This house was originally known as "China Hall." Bought by the Rev. Archibald Campbell before the Revolution. He changed the name to Kirnan in honor of his ancestral home in... More

Greenway, Charles City County, Virginia
St. John's Church, Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia
Broadwater House, Fairfax vic., Fairfax County, Virginia
Broadwater House, Fairfax vic., Fairfax County, Virginia

Broadwater House, Fairfax vic., Fairfax County, Virginia

Title from photographer's inventory. Corresponding reference print in LOT 11841-30. Credit line: Carnegie Survey of the Architecture of the South, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. Purchase;... More

Kirnan, Westmoreland County, Virginia

Kirnan, Westmoreland County, Virginia

Title from photographer's inventory. This house was originally known as "China Hall". Bought by the Rev. Archibald Campbell before the Revolution. He changed the name to Kirnan in honor of his ancestral home in... More

Cabin, Princess Elizabeth Street, Fredericksburg, Virginia

Cabin, Princess Elizabeth Street, Fredericksburg, Virginia

Title from photographer's inventory. Corresponding reference print in LOT 11841-89G. Credit line: Carnegie Survey of the Architecture of the South, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. Purchase... More

Broadwater House, Fairfax vic., Fairfax County, Virginia

Broadwater House, Fairfax vic., Fairfax County, Virginia

Title from photographer's inventory. Corresponding reference print in LOT 11841-30. Credit line: Carnegie Survey of the Architecture of the South, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. Purchase;... More

Kirnan, Westmoreland County, Virginia
Kirnan, Westmoreland County, Virginia

Kirnan, Westmoreland County, Virginia

Title from photographer's inventory. This house was originally known as "China Hall". Bought by the Rev. Archibald Campbell before the Revolution. He changed the name to Kirnan in honor of his ancestral home in... More

Reverend Jeremiah Jewett House, Head Tide, Lincoln County, ME

Reverend Jeremiah Jewett House, Head Tide, Lincoln County, ME

Significance: Home of Head Tide's Minister during the first half of the 19th century. Typical example of a house type commonly constructed in Maine during the mid 18th to early 19th centuries. Integral part of ... More

Kendall Grove, Eastville, Northampton County, Virginia

Kendall Grove, Eastville, Northampton County, Virginia

Title from photographer's inventory. Building/structure dates: 1783. Related names: Mrs. W.F. Costin. House built on Severn Eyre Parker. House is unique for the long brick corridor connecting house with quarter... More

Ebenezer Knight Dexter House, 300 Angell Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Ebenezer Knight Dexter House, 300 Angell Street, Providence, Providenc...

Significance: This is a moderately large frame house with brick ends, built about 1800. Survey number: HABS RI-178 Building/structure dates: 1805 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: ca. 1820 Subse... More

St. John's Church, Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia

St. John's Church, Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia

Title from photographer's inventory. Building/structure dates: 1741. This church was the scene of Patrick Henry's great speech. Henrico Parish was founded in 1611, only four years after settlement of Jamestown.... More

Robert S. Burroughs House, 6 Cooke Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Robert S. Burroughs House, 6 Cooke Street, Providence, Providence Coun...

Significance: This is a typical example of a medium-sized frame house in Providence built between 1814 and 1817. Survey number: HABS RI-212 Building/structure dates: 1817 Initial Construction

John Smith House, 4 Gold Street, Wickford, Washington County, RI

John Smith House, 4 Gold Street, Wickford, Washington County, RI

Survey number: HABS RI-63 Building/structure dates: 1798 Initial Construction

Cyrus Cooke House, West Wrentham Road, Cumberland Hill, Providence County, RI

Cyrus Cooke House, West Wrentham Road, Cumberland Hill, Providence Cou...

Significance: The early nineteenth-century dwelling was constructed of wood and covered by a gable roof. Architectural detailing includes a doorway that is typical of the period with its top lights, sidelights ... More

Oakland Plantation, Setting Pen, Route 494, Bermuda, Natchitoches Parish, LA

Oakland Plantation, Setting Pen, Route 494, Bermuda, Natchitoches Pari...

Suggested address, Rt. 494, is not verifiable in documentation. 1988 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-90 Survey number: HABS LA-1192-C ... More

Slater Mill, House "K", 20 School Street, Slatersville, Providence County, RI

Slater Mill, House "K", 20 School Street, Slatersville, Providence Cou...

Significance: The mill village of Slatersville was the earliest in Rhode Island, and it was established by William Almy, Obadiah Brown, with John and Samuel Slater. The Slater brothers joined Almy and Brown's f... More

260 Rennie Street (House), Graniteville, Aiken County, SC

260 Rennie Street (House), Graniteville, Aiken County, SC

Significance: Part of the "new town" section of Graniteville, located on the hill east of the mill complex and featuring a grid-plan street pattern with alleys running through the middle of the blocks. Survey ... More

Captain Elijah Cobb House, Lower Road, Brewster, Barnstable County, MA

Captain Elijah Cobb House, Lower Road, Brewster, Barnstable County, MA

Significance: A fine example of late 18th century mansion in the Georgian tradition. It was the home of Captain Elijah Cobb (1768-1848), a colorful skipper who left his memoirs. Survey number: HABS MA-732 Bu... More

Stephen Harris House, 135 Benefit Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Stephen Harris House, 135 Benefit Street, Providence, Providence Count...

Significance: This is an early, large frame house, preserved with few changes. Survey number: HABS RI-151 Building/structure dates: ca. 1765 Initial Construction

Thomas Stafford Taylor House, 1305 Kingstown Road (State Route 138), Kingston, Washington County, RI

Thomas Stafford Taylor House, 1305 Kingstown Road (State Route 138), K...

Significance: Similar to the Asa Potter House, this five-bay, two-story frame dwelling is representative of Kingston's grand houses that are covered by balustraded, hip roofs with monitors. The Taylor House was... More

Dr. William J. King House, 48 College Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Dr. William J. King House, 48 College Street, Providence, Providence C...

Significance: This is a large wood house built in the 1840's, representative of the Greek Revival influence on houses in the College Hill area. Survey number: HABS RI-200 Building/structure dates: 1847 Initia... More

Tavern at Hanover Courthouse, State Route 1002, Hanover, Hanover County, VA

Tavern at Hanover Courthouse, State Route 1002, Hanover, Hanover Count...

Significance: Hanover Tavern is one of the oldest taverns in the United States. Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N2113 Survey number: HABS VA-521 Building/structure dates: 1791 Init... More

Shubael Blanding House, 20 Cooke Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Shubael Blanding House, 20 Cooke Street, Providence, Providence County...

Significance: This is a typical example of a small frame house built 1823-1826. Survey number: HABS RI-211 Building/structure dates: 1826 Initial Construction

Stephen O. Metcalf House, 132 Bowen Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Stephen O. Metcalf House, 132 Bowen Street, Providence, Providence Cou...

Significance: This large house, built about 1894, is an example of the Colonial Revival, and was originally the home of a member of a prominent Providence family. Survey number: HABS RI-216 Building/structure... More

Exchange Coffee House, 1-5 Market Square, Providence, Providence County, RI

Exchange Coffee House, 1-5 Market Square, Providence, Providence Count...

Survey number: HABS RI-98 Building/structure dates: 1750 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: ca. 1850 Demolished

John Whipple House, 54 College Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

John Whipple House, 54 College Street, Providence, Providence County, ...

Significance: This is an example of a large frame house, enlarged and altered several times, but characteristic of the 1850s in its general exterior appearance and detail. Survey number: HABS RI-208 Building/... More

Thomas Cooper House (Doorway), 75 Main Street, Wickford, Washington County, RI

Thomas Cooper House (Doorway), 75 Main Street, Wickford, Washington Co...

Survey number: HABS RI-66 Building/structure dates: 1755 Initial Construction

Samuel Gorton, Jr. House, 777 Love Lane, East Greenwich, Kent County, RI

Samuel Gorton, Jr. House, 777 Love Lane, East Greenwich, Kent County, ...

Significance: At the core of this late seventeenth-century, stone-ender house is a pilastered, stone chimney. The house was expanded several times giving it a somewhat rambling feel today. Of note inside are th... More

Tucker Cottage, 612 North Third Street, Richmond, Independent City, VA

Tucker Cottage, 612 North Third Street, Richmond, Independent City, VA

Significance: The 820-square foot Tucker Cottage is the oldest house in Jackson Ward. Its gambrel roof is the last of its type to survive from 18th- and early turn-of-the-19th-century Richmond. In addition to i... More

Benjamin Arnold House, Entrance "A" Road to Lincoln Woods Reservation, Saylesville, Kent County, RI

Benjamin Arnold House, Entrance "A" Road to Lincoln Woods Reservation,...

Significance: The five-bay, two-story frame house is no longer extant. Survey number: HABS RI-86 Building/structure dates: 1743 Initial Construction

George Bailey House, 79 Main Street, Wickford, Washington County, RI

George Bailey House, 79 Main Street, Wickford, Washington County, RI

Survey number: HABS RI-68 Building/structure dates: 1809 Initial Construction

Croade Tavern, Great Road (moved from 13-15 Dexter Street, Pawtucket), Saylesville, Kent County, RI

Croade Tavern, Great Road (moved from 13-15 Dexter Street, Pawtucket),...

Survey number: HABS RI-88 Building/structure dates: ca. 1700 Initial Construction

Waterford Mill, Catoctin Creek at end of Main Street, Waterford, Loudoun County, VA

Waterford Mill, Catoctin Creek at end of Main Street, Waterford, Loudo...

Significance: The Waterford Mill is the most significant remaining historic structure in Waterford. Waterford, established primarily as a mill town, was founded by Amos Janney who traveled from Bucks County, P... More

Deacon Edward Taylor House, 9 Thomas Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Deacon Edward Taylor House, 9 Thomas Street, Providence, Providence Co...

Significance: This is a medium-sized frame house built in the 1780s. Survey number: HABS RI-243 Building/structure dates: after 1780 Initial Construction

Unidentified houses, Buckingham, Buckingham County, Virginia
Captain Richard Barney House, 115 Main Street, Wickford, Washington County, RI

Captain Richard Barney House, 115 Main Street, Wickford, Washington Co...

Survey number: HABS RI-67 Building/structure dates: 1804 Initial Construction

Betsy Williams Cottage, Roger Williams Park, Providence, Providence County, RI

Betsy Williams Cottage, Roger Williams Park, Providence, Providence Co...

Significance: Built by Nathaniel Williams, the house was willed to the City of Providence by Williams's granddaughter Betsy in 1871. It is located in Roger Williams Park and is part of the National Historic Dis... More

Mawney Jastram House, 61 Benefit Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Mawney Jastram House, 61 Benefit Street, Providence, Providence County...

Significance: This is a large wooden house built before 1819 with interesting original exterior detail. Survey number: HABS RI-147 Building/structure dates: 18q1 Initial Construction

77 Taylor Street (House), Graniteville, Aiken County, SC

77 Taylor Street (House), Graniteville, Aiken County, SC

Significance: This dwelling was built c. 1848 as a boarding house for unmarried mill workers. Survey number: HAER SC-28 Building/structure dates: ca. 1848 Initial Construction

Unidentified houses, Buckingham, Buckingham County, Virginia

Unidentified houses, Buckingham, Buckingham County, Virginia

Title from photographer's inventory. Corresponding reference print in LOT 11841-15. Credit line: Carnegie Survey of the Architecture of the South, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. Purchase;... More

John Tripp House, 981 Manton Avenue, Manton, Providence County, RI

John Tripp House, 981 Manton Avenue, Manton, Providence County, RI

Significance: The three-bay Tripp House was constructed around 1700 and burned in 1970. Survey number: HABS RI-79 Building/structure dates: 1700 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: 1970 Subsequent Work

Samuel Guild House, 53 Transit Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Samuel Guild House, 53 Transit Street, Providence, Providence County, ...

Significance: This is an example of a small, simple, frame house of the mid-nineteenth century, with an unusually steep roof, which has given it its name of "Lightning Splitter" house. Daniel Pearce built a on... More

Benjamin & John Reynolds House, 88 Benefit Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Benjamin & John Reynolds House, 88 Benefit Street, Providence, Provide...

Significance: This is a characteristic frame house of the late eighteenth century. Survey number: HABS RI-149 Building/structure dates: 1783- 1794 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: ca. 1875 S... More

Pitt's Head Tavern, Bridge Street (moved from Clarke Street & 5 Charles Street), Newport, Newport County, RI

Pitt's Head Tavern, Bridge Street (moved from Clarke Street & 5 Charle...

Significance: The original house dates to around 1725, and it was expanded in the mid eighteenth century into the five-bay, gambrel roofed frame building that was home to Ebenezer Flagg. The chimney and stairca... More

221-225 South Lee Street (Houses), Alexandria, Independent City, VA

221-225 South Lee Street (Houses), Alexandria, Independent City, VA

Survey number: HABS VA-475 Building/structure dates: 17t2 Initial Construction National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 66000928

Captain John Jenks House, Great Road, Saylesville, Kent County, RI

Captain John Jenks House, Great Road, Saylesville, Kent County, RI

Survey number: HABS RI-92 Building/structure dates: 17q4 Initial Construction

Sadler House, 5262 Eastern Valley Road, McCalla, Jefferson County, AL

Sadler House, 5262 Eastern Valley Road, McCalla, Jefferson County, AL

2014 Leicester B. Holland Prize, Entry Significance: The Sadler House, built ca. 1827, is a product of vernacular architecture. The home reflects the practical living of 19th century Alabamians. The house meets... More

Eastville Inn, Eastville, Northampton County, Virginia
Poplar Grove, Mathews County, Virginia

Poplar Grove, Mathews County, Virginia

Title from photographer's inventory. Corresponding reference print in LOT 11841-58. Credit line: Carnegie Survey of the Architecture of the South, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. Purchase;... More

Poplar Grove, Mathews County, Virginia
Hamstead, Albemarle County, Virginia

Hamstead, Albemarle County, Virginia

Title from photographer's inventory. Corresponding Carnegie Survey of the Architecture of the South neg. no. is VA-1206. Library has no record of having this neg. Credit line: Carnegie Survey of the Architectur... More

Ebert-Reich House, Winston-Salem, Forsyth County, North Carolina

Ebert-Reich House, Winston-Salem, Forsyth County, North Carolina

Title from photographer's inventory. Corresponding reference print in LOT 11839-34-E. Credit line: Carnegie Survey of the Architecture of the South, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. Purchas... More

Marmion, Comorn vic., King George County, Virginia

Marmion, Comorn vic., King George County, Virginia

Title from photographer's inventory. Building/structure dates: ca. 1674. Related names: Mr. Carter Grymes. Built by John Fitzhugh. One hundred years later it came into the possession of Maj. Geo. Lewis, grandso... More

Yancey's Mill, Albemarle County, Virginia
Rose Hill, Gloucester County, Virginia
Boyd's Tavern, Short Pump vic., Albemarle County, Virginia

Boyd's Tavern, Short Pump vic., Albemarle County, Virginia

Title from photographer's inventory. Corresponding reference print in LOT 11841-2D. Credit line: Carnegie Survey of the Architecture of the South, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. Purchase;... More

Hamstead, Albemarle County, Virginia
Boyd's Tavern, Short Pump vic., Albemarle County, Virginia
Riggory, Albemarle County, Virginia

Riggory, Albemarle County, Virginia

Title from photographer's inventory. Corresponding reference print in LOT 11841-2C24. Credit line: Carnegie Survey of the Architecture of the South, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. Purchas... More

Ionia, Trevilians vic., Louisa County, Virginia
Marmion, Comorn vic., King George County, Virginia
Welbourne, Lynchburg vic., Bedford County, Virginia
Poplar Grove, Mathews County, Virginia

Poplar Grove, Mathews County, Virginia

Title from photographer's inventory. Corresponding reference print in LOT 11841-58. Credit line: Carnegie Survey of the Architecture of the South, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. Purchase;... More

Poplar Grove, Mathews County, Virginia
Ebert-Reich House, Winston-Salem, Forsyth County, North Carolina
Crow's Tavern, Alleghany County, Virginia
Mangohick Village house, Mangohick Village, King William County, Virginia
Bett's Place, Mecklenburg County, Virginia
Ionia, Trevilians vic., Louisa County, Virginia
Riggory, Albemarle County, Virginia
Crow's Tavern, Alleghany County, Virginia

Crow's Tavern, Alleghany County, Virginia

Title from photographer's inventory. Corresponding reference print in LOT 11841-3. Credit line: Carnegie Survey of the Architecture of the South, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. Purchase; ... More

Ionia, Trevilians vic., Louisa County, Virginia
Bett's Place, Mecklenburg County, Virginia

Bett's Place, Mecklenburg County, Virginia

Title from photographer's inventory. Old farm house, at Junction of Routes 1 and 58. Corresponding reference print in LOT 11841-59. Credit line: Carnegie Survey of the Architecture of the South, Library of Cong... More

Rose Hill, Gloucester County, Virginia

Rose Hill, Gloucester County, Virginia

Title from photographer's inventory. Corresponding reference print in LOT 11841-37. Credit line: Carnegie Survey of the Architecture of the South, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. Purchase;... More

Ionia, Trevilians vic., Louisa County, Virginia

Ionia, Trevilians vic., Louisa County, Virginia

Title from photographer's inventory. Building/structure dates: 1770. Related names: Miss Alice Hanger. Built by Major James Watson. It is still in the family 1 1/2 story house. Home of Clark family. Correspondi... More

Yancey's Mill, Albemarle County, Virginia

Yancey's Mill, Albemarle County, Virginia

Title from photographer's inventory. Now Green Teapot Inn. Corresponding reference print in LOT 11841-2D. Credit line: Carnegie Survey of the Architecture of the South, Library of Congress, Prints and Photograp... More

Mrs. Richard Duffy House, New Bern, Craven County, North Carolina
Burt House, 143 George St., St. Augustine, St. Johns County, Florida
Old House, Winston-Salem, Forsyth County, North Carolina
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