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Providence College, William M. Bailey House, Eaton Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Providence College, William M. Bailey House, Eaton Street, Providence,...

Significance: Country villa house built in Providence in the 1850s. Survey number: HABS RI-382 Building/structure dates: ca. 1850 Initial Construction National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 73000064

Captain John Bartlum House, 730 Eaton Street, Key West, Monroe County, FL

Captain John Bartlum House, 730 Eaton Street, Key West, Monroe County,...

Significance: One of two houses known to have been constructed in the Bahama Islands, dismantled and brought to Key West in 1847 and reconstructed. Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN... more

Captain John Bartlum House, 730 Eaton Street, Key West, Monroe County, FL

Captain John Bartlum House, 730 Eaton Street, Key West, Monroe County,...

Significance: One of two houses known to have been constructed in the Bahama Islands, dismantled and brought to Key West in 1847 and reconstructed. Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN... more

Captain John Bartlum House, 730 Eaton Street, Key West, Monroe County, FL

Captain John Bartlum House, 730 Eaton Street, Key West, Monroe County,...

Significance: One of two houses known to have been constructed in the Bahama Islands, dismantled and brought to Key West in 1847 and reconstructed. Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN... more

Captain John Bartlum House, 730 Eaton Street, Key West, Monroe County, FL

Captain John Bartlum House, 730 Eaton Street, Key West, Monroe County,...

Significance: One of two houses known to have been constructed in the Bahama Islands, dismantled and brought to Key West in 1847 and reconstructed. Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN... more

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