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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

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

Accokeek Farm, House, 175 Big Spring Lane, Stafford, Stafford County, VA

Accokeek Farm, House, 175 Big Spring Lane, Stafford, Stafford County, ...

2013 Leicester B. Holland Prize, Entry Significance: The Accokeek Farm House attributes its significance to its unique design and pattern of development. Comprised of two log structures linked together by a cen... more

63 Water Street (House), East Greenwich, Kent County, RI

63 Water Street (House), East Greenwich, Kent County, RI

Significance: The house is of simple design built as a primary residence in what was a low income, working class neighborhood. As such the house reflects the history of the neighborhood development. It contri... more

Sunset Headquarters, 80 Willow Road, Menlo Park, San Mateo County, CA

Sunset Headquarters, 80 Willow Road, Menlo Park, San Mateo County, CA

1st Place Winner - 2015 HALS Challenge: Documenting Modernist Landscapes Significance: The property is closely associated with the influential landscape architect Thomas Dolliver Church; Church designed the lan... more

The Old Constitution House, 15 North Main Street, Windsor, Windsor County, VT

The Old Constitution House, 15 North Main Street, Windsor, Windsor Cou...

Significance: The Vermont Constitution was framed and adopted in this building in 1777. Survey number: HABS VT-35 Building/structure dates: ca. 1768 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: 1912 Subseq... more

Holly Grove, Holly Grove Cove, Nassawadox, Northampton County, VA

Holly Grove, Holly Grove Cove, Nassawadox, Northampton County, VA

Significance: Interesting example of early 19th century rural house of the Late Georgian/Early Federal style. Survey number: HABS VA-804 Building/structure dates: 1812 Initial Construction

The Old Constitution House, 15 North Main Street, Windsor, Windsor County, VT

The Old Constitution House, 15 North Main Street, Windsor, Windsor Cou...

Significance: The Vermont Constitution was framed and adopted in this building in 1777. Survey number: HABS VT-35 Building/structure dates: ca. 1768 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: 1912 Subseq... more

Sunset Headquarters, 80 Willow Road, Menlo Park, San Mateo County, CA

Sunset Headquarters, 80 Willow Road, Menlo Park, San Mateo County, CA

1st Place Winner - 2015 HALS Challenge: Documenting Modernist Landscapes Significance: The property is closely associated with the influential landscape architect Thomas Dolliver Church; Church designed the lan... more

Holly Grove, Holly Grove Cove, Nassawadox, Northampton County, VA

Holly Grove, Holly Grove Cove, Nassawadox, Northampton County, VA

Significance: Interesting example of early 19th century rural house of the Late Georgian/Early Federal style. Survey number: HABS VA-804 Building/structure dates: 1812 Initial Construction

63 Water Street (House), East Greenwich, Kent County, RI

63 Water Street (House), East Greenwich, Kent County, RI

Significance: The house is of simple design built as a primary residence in what was a low income, working class neighborhood. As such the house reflects the history of the neighborhood development. It contri... more

Sunset Headquarters, 80 Willow Road, Menlo Park, San Mateo County, CA

Sunset Headquarters, 80 Willow Road, Menlo Park, San Mateo County, CA

1st Place Winner - 2015 HALS Challenge: Documenting Modernist Landscapes Significance: The property is closely associated with the influential landscape architect Thomas Dolliver Church; Church designed the lan... more

Holly Grove, Holly Grove Cove, Nassawadox, Northampton County, VA

Holly Grove, Holly Grove Cove, Nassawadox, Northampton County, VA

Significance: Interesting example of early 19th century rural house of the Late Georgian/Early Federal style. Survey number: HABS VA-804 Building/structure dates: 1812 Initial Construction

The Old Constitution House, 15 North Main Street, Windsor, Windsor County, VT

The Old Constitution House, 15 North Main Street, Windsor, Windsor Cou...

Significance: The Vermont Constitution was framed and adopted in this building in 1777. Survey number: HABS VT-35 Building/structure dates: ca. 1768 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: 1912 Subseq... more

63 Water Street (House), East Greenwich, Kent County, RI

63 Water Street (House), East Greenwich, Kent County, RI

Significance: The house is of simple design built as a primary residence in what was a low income, working class neighborhood. As such the house reflects the history of the neighborhood development. It contri... more

The Old Constitution House, 15 North Main Street, Windsor, Windsor County, VT

The Old Constitution House, 15 North Main Street, Windsor, Windsor Cou...

Significance: The Vermont Constitution was framed and adopted in this building in 1777. Survey number: HABS VT-35 Building/structure dates: ca. 1768 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: 1912 Subseq... more

Holly Grove, Holly Grove Cove, Nassawadox, Northampton County, VA

Holly Grove, Holly Grove Cove, Nassawadox, Northampton County, VA

Significance: Interesting example of early 19th century rural house of the Late Georgian/Early Federal style. Survey number: HABS VA-804 Building/structure dates: 1812 Initial Construction

63 Water Street (House), East Greenwich, Kent County, RI

63 Water Street (House), East Greenwich, Kent County, RI

Significance: The house is of simple design built as a primary residence in what was a low income, working class neighborhood. As such the house reflects the history of the neighborhood development. It contri... more

Holly Grove, Holly Grove Cove, Nassawadox, Northampton County, VA

Holly Grove, Holly Grove Cove, Nassawadox, Northampton County, VA

Significance: Interesting example of early 19th century rural house of the Late Georgian/Early Federal style. Survey number: HABS VA-804 Building/structure dates: 1812 Initial Construction

Holly Grove, Holly Grove Cove, Nassawadox, Northampton County, VA

Holly Grove, Holly Grove Cove, Nassawadox, Northampton County, VA

Significance: Interesting example of early 19th century rural house of the Late Georgian/Early Federal style. Survey number: HABS VA-804 Building/structure dates: 1812 Initial Construction

Stark Brothers Mercantile Company & Home Comfort Hotel, North side, West Main Street, Saint Elmo (historical), Chaffee County, CO

Stark Brothers Mercantile Company & Home Comfort Hotel, North side, We...

Significance: Probably the buildings most closely identified with St. Elmo during its final boom of c.1908-17 and during its decline after 1926. The Stark family was responsible for keeping the identity of St.... more

Stark Brothers Mercantile Company & Home Comfort Hotel, North side, West Main Street, Saint Elmo (historical), Chaffee County, CO

Stark Brothers Mercantile Company & Home Comfort Hotel, North side, We...

Significance: Probably the buildings most closely identified with St. Elmo during its final boom of c.1908-17 and during its decline after 1926. The Stark family was responsible for keeping the identity of St.... more

Stark Brothers Mercantile Company & Home Comfort Hotel, North side, West Main Street, Saint Elmo (historical), Chaffee County, CO

Stark Brothers Mercantile Company & Home Comfort Hotel, North side, We...

Significance: Probably the buildings most closely identified with St. Elmo during its final boom of c.1908-17 and during its decline after 1926. The Stark family was responsible for keeping the identity of St.... more

Stark Brothers Mercantile Company & Home Comfort Hotel, North side, West Main Street, Saint Elmo (historical), Chaffee County, CO

Stark Brothers Mercantile Company & Home Comfort Hotel, North side, We...

Significance: Probably the buildings most closely identified with St. Elmo during its final boom of c.1908-17 and during its decline after 1926. The Stark family was responsible for keeping the identity of St.... more

Stark Brothers Mercantile Company & Home Comfort Hotel, North side, West Main Street, Saint Elmo (historical), Chaffee County, CO

Stark Brothers Mercantile Company & Home Comfort Hotel, North side, We...

Significance: Probably the buildings most closely identified with St. Elmo during its final boom of c.1908-17 and during its decline after 1926. The Stark family was responsible for keeping the identity of St.... more

Stark Brothers Mercantile Company & Home Comfort Hotel, North side, West Main Street, Saint Elmo (historical), Chaffee County, CO

Stark Brothers Mercantile Company & Home Comfort Hotel, North side, We...

Significance: Probably the buildings most closely identified with St. Elmo during its final boom of c.1908-17 and during its decline after 1926. The Stark family was responsible for keeping the identity of St.... more

Stark Brothers Mercantile Company & Home Comfort Hotel, North side, West Main Street, Saint Elmo (historical), Chaffee County, CO

Stark Brothers Mercantile Company & Home Comfort Hotel, North side, We...

Significance: Probably the buildings most closely identified with St. Elmo during its final boom of c.1908-17 and during its decline after 1926. The Stark family was responsible for keeping the identity of St.... more

Stark Brothers Mercantile Company & Home Comfort Hotel, North side, West Main Street, Saint Elmo (historical), Chaffee County, CO

Stark Brothers Mercantile Company & Home Comfort Hotel, North side, We...

Significance: Probably the buildings most closely identified with St. Elmo during its final boom of c.1908-17 and during its decline after 1926. The Stark family was responsible for keeping the identity of St.... more

Stark Brothers Mercantile Company & Home Comfort Hotel, North side, West Main Street, Saint Elmo (historical), Chaffee County, CO

Stark Brothers Mercantile Company & Home Comfort Hotel, North side, We...

Significance: Probably the buildings most closely identified with St. Elmo during its final boom of c.1908-17 and during its decline after 1926. The Stark family was responsible for keeping the identity of St.... more

Jabez Gorham House, 56 Benefit Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Jabez Gorham House, 56 Benefit Street, Providence, Providence County, ...

Significance: This is a typical wooden house of the 1790s built for Jabez Gorham, the father of the founder of Gorham Silver Company. Survey number: HABS RI-146 Building/structure dates: after 1790 Initial Co... more

Jabez Gorham House, 56 Benefit Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Jabez Gorham House, 56 Benefit Street, Providence, Providence County, ...

Significance: This is a typical wooden house of the 1790s built for Jabez Gorham, the father of the founder of Gorham Silver Company. Survey number: HABS RI-146 Building/structure dates: after 1790 Initial Co... more

College Hill, Bounded roughly by Olney, Hope, Governor Streets, & Seekonk & Providence Rivers, Providence, Providence County, RI

College Hill, Bounded roughly by Olney, Hope, Governor Streets, & Seek...

Significance: College Hill is significant at the national level as a well preserved collection of historic residential, commercial, educational, and religious buildings dating from the early eighteenth century ... more

College Hill, Bounded roughly by Olney, Hope, Governor Streets, & Seekonk & Providence Rivers, Providence, Providence County, RI

College Hill, Bounded roughly by Olney, Hope, Governor Streets, & Seek...

Significance: College Hill is significant at the national level as a well preserved collection of historic residential, commercial, educational, and religious buildings dating from the early eighteenth century ... more

College Hill, Bounded roughly by Olney, Hope, Governor Streets, & Seekonk & Providence Rivers, Providence, Providence County, RI

College Hill, Bounded roughly by Olney, Hope, Governor Streets, & Seek...

Significance: College Hill is significant at the national level as a well preserved collection of historic residential, commercial, educational, and religious buildings dating from the early eighteenth century ... more

College Hill, Bounded roughly by Olney, Hope, Governor Streets, & Seekonk & Providence Rivers, Providence, Providence County, RI

College Hill, Bounded roughly by Olney, Hope, Governor Streets, & Seek...

Significance: College Hill is significant at the national level as a well preserved collection of historic residential, commercial, educational, and religious buildings dating from the early eighteenth century ... more

College Hill, Bounded roughly by Olney, Hope, Governor Streets, & Seekonk & Providence Rivers, Providence, Providence County, RI

College Hill, Bounded roughly by Olney, Hope, Governor Streets, & Seek...

Significance: College Hill is significant at the national level as a well preserved collection of historic residential, commercial, educational, and religious buildings dating from the early eighteenth century ... more

College Hill, Bounded roughly by Olney, Hope, Governor Streets, & Seekonk & Providence Rivers, Providence, Providence County, RI

College Hill, Bounded roughly by Olney, Hope, Governor Streets, & Seek...

Significance: College Hill is significant at the national level as a well preserved collection of historic residential, commercial, educational, and religious buildings dating from the early eighteenth century ... more

College Hill, Bounded roughly by Olney, Hope, Governor Streets, & Seekonk & Providence Rivers, Providence, Providence County, RI

College Hill, Bounded roughly by Olney, Hope, Governor Streets, & Seek...

Significance: College Hill is significant at the national level as a well preserved collection of historic residential, commercial, educational, and religious buildings dating from the early eighteenth century ... more

College Hill, Bounded roughly by Olney, Hope, Governor Streets, & Seekonk & Providence Rivers, Providence, Providence County, RI

College Hill, Bounded roughly by Olney, Hope, Governor Streets, & Seek...

Significance: College Hill is significant at the national level as a well preserved collection of historic residential, commercial, educational, and religious buildings dating from the early eighteenth century ... more

College Hill, Bounded roughly by Olney, Hope, Governor Streets, & Seekonk & Providence Rivers, Providence, Providence County, RI

College Hill, Bounded roughly by Olney, Hope, Governor Streets, & Seek...

Significance: College Hill is significant at the national level as a well preserved collection of historic residential, commercial, educational, and religious buildings dating from the early eighteenth century ... more

Hawkwood, Dependency No. 3, Route 15, Gordonsville, Orange County, VA

Hawkwood, Dependency No. 3, Route 15, Gordonsville, Orange County, VA

Survey number: HABS VA-36-E National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 73002036, 70000809

Hawkwood, Dependency No. 3, Route 15, Gordonsville, Orange County, VA

Hawkwood, Dependency No. 3, Route 15, Gordonsville, Orange County, VA

Survey number: HABS VA-36-E National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 73002036, 70000809

Hawkwood, Dependency No. 3, Route 15, Gordonsville, Orange County, VA

Hawkwood, Dependency No. 3, Route 15, Gordonsville, Orange County, VA

Survey number: HABS VA-36-E National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 73002036, 70000809

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The architectural remains recorded in the HABS drawings reference the gambrel-roofed dwelling built by Edward Champion Travis after 1755. The house stood through 1781 and likely until 1803. The ... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The architectural remains recorded in the HABS drawings reference the gambrel-roofed dwelling built by Edward Champion Travis after 1755. The house stood through 1781 and likely until 1803. The ... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The architectural remains recorded in the HABS drawings reference the gambrel-roofed dwelling built by Edward Champion Travis after 1755. The house stood through 1781 and likely until 1803. The ... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The architectural remains recorded in the HABS drawings reference the gambrel-roofed dwelling built by Edward Champion Travis after 1755. The house stood through 1781 and likely until 1803. The ... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The architectural remains recorded in the HABS drawings reference the gambrel-roofed dwelling built by Edward Champion Travis after 1755. The house stood through 1781 and likely until 1803. The ... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The architectural remains recorded in the HABS drawings reference the gambrel-roofed dwelling built by Edward Champion Travis after 1755. The house stood through 1781 and likely until 1803. The ... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The architectural remains recorded in the HABS drawings reference the gambrel-roofed dwelling built by Edward Champion Travis after 1755. The house stood through 1781 and likely until 1803. The ... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The architectural remains recorded in the HABS drawings reference the gambrel-roofed dwelling built by Edward Champion Travis after 1755. The house stood through 1781 and likely until 1803. The ... more

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City County, VA

Architectural Remains, Unit B, Sub-unit 62, Jamestown, James City Coun...

Significance: The architectural remains recorded in the HABS drawings reference the gambrel-roofed dwelling built by Edward Champion Travis after 1755. The house stood through 1781 and likely until 1803. The ... more

Tille Parker Tavern, 26 The Green, Woodstock, Windsor County, VT

Tille Parker Tavern, 26 The Green, Woodstock, Windsor County, VT

Significance: Built originally as a tavern to house State representatives when the legislature met in Woodstock, this structure presently houses historical exhibits and documents relating to local history. Sur... more

Tille Parker Tavern, 26 The Green, Woodstock, Windsor County, VT

Tille Parker Tavern, 26 The Green, Woodstock, Windsor County, VT

Significance: Built originally as a tavern to house State representatives when the legislature met in Woodstock, this structure presently houses historical exhibits and documents relating to local history. Sur... more

Tille Parker Tavern, 26 The Green, Woodstock, Windsor County, VT

Tille Parker Tavern, 26 The Green, Woodstock, Windsor County, VT

Significance: Built originally as a tavern to house State representatives when the legislature met in Woodstock, this structure presently houses historical exhibits and documents relating to local history. Sur... more

Tille Parker Tavern, 26 The Green, Woodstock, Windsor County, VT

Tille Parker Tavern, 26 The Green, Woodstock, Windsor County, VT

Significance: Built originally as a tavern to house State representatives when the legislature met in Woodstock, this structure presently houses historical exhibits and documents relating to local history. Sur... more

Tille Parker Tavern, 26 The Green, Woodstock, Windsor County, VT

Tille Parker Tavern, 26 The Green, Woodstock, Windsor County, VT

Significance: Built originally as a tavern to house State representatives when the legislature met in Woodstock, this structure presently houses historical exhibits and documents relating to local history. Sur... more

John Coltrane House, 1511 North Thirty-third Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

John Coltrane House, 1511 North Thirty-third Street, Philadelphia, Phi...

Significance: It has cultural significance as the long-time residence of John W. Coltrane, the groundbreaking and innovative African-American jazz musician (1926-1967). Additionally, the building is a superlati... more

John Coltrane House, 1511 North Thirty-third Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

John Coltrane House, 1511 North Thirty-third Street, Philadelphia, Phi...

Significance: It has cultural significance as the long-time residence of John W. Coltrane, the groundbreaking and innovative African-American jazz musician (1926-1967). Additionally, the building is a superlati... more

John Coltrane House, 1511 North Thirty-third Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

John Coltrane House, 1511 North Thirty-third Street, Philadelphia, Phi...

Significance: It has cultural significance as the long-time residence of John W. Coltrane, the groundbreaking and innovative African-American jazz musician (1926-1967). Additionally, the building is a superlati... more

John Coltrane House, 1511 North Thirty-third Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

John Coltrane House, 1511 North Thirty-third Street, Philadelphia, Phi...

Significance: It has cultural significance as the long-time residence of John W. Coltrane, the groundbreaking and innovative African-American jazz musician (1926-1967). Additionally, the building is a superlati... more

John Coltrane House, 1511 North Thirty-third Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

John Coltrane House, 1511 North Thirty-third Street, Philadelphia, Phi...

Significance: It has cultural significance as the long-time residence of John W. Coltrane, the groundbreaking and innovative African-American jazz musician (1926-1967). Additionally, the building is a superlati... more

John Coltrane House, 1511 North Thirty-third Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

John Coltrane House, 1511 North Thirty-third Street, Philadelphia, Phi...

Significance: It has cultural significance as the long-time residence of John W. Coltrane, the groundbreaking and innovative African-American jazz musician (1926-1967). Additionally, the building is a superlati... more

John Coltrane House, 1511 North Thirty-third Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

John Coltrane House, 1511 North Thirty-third Street, Philadelphia, Phi...

Significance: It has cultural significance as the long-time residence of John W. Coltrane, the groundbreaking and innovative African-American jazz musician (1926-1967). Additionally, the building is a superlati... more

John Coltrane House, 1511 North Thirty-third Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

John Coltrane House, 1511 North Thirty-third Street, Philadelphia, Phi...

Significance: It has cultural significance as the long-time residence of John W. Coltrane, the groundbreaking and innovative African-American jazz musician (1926-1967). Additionally, the building is a superlati... more

John Coltrane House, 1511 North Thirty-third Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

John Coltrane House, 1511 North Thirty-third Street, Philadelphia, Phi...

Significance: It has cultural significance as the long-time residence of John W. Coltrane, the groundbreaking and innovative African-American jazz musician (1926-1967). Additionally, the building is a superlati... more

John Coltrane House, 1511 North Thirty-third Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

John Coltrane House, 1511 North Thirty-third Street, Philadelphia, Phi...

Significance: It has cultural significance as the long-time residence of John W. Coltrane, the groundbreaking and innovative African-American jazz musician (1926-1967). Additionally, the building is a superlati... more

John Coltrane House, 1511 North Thirty-third Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

John Coltrane House, 1511 North Thirty-third Street, Philadelphia, Phi...

Significance: It has cultural significance as the long-time residence of John W. Coltrane, the groundbreaking and innovative African-American jazz musician (1926-1967). Additionally, the building is a superlati... more

Samuel Clarke House, Lewiston Avenue, Kenyon, Washington County, RI

Samuel Clarke House, Lewiston Avenue, Kenyon, Washington County, RI

Significance: The five-bay, one and one-half story farmhouse is part of a larger complex, with outbuildings dating from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The house itself was expanded with an ell additio... more

Samuel Clarke House, Lewiston Avenue, Kenyon, Washington County, RI

Samuel Clarke House, Lewiston Avenue, Kenyon, Washington County, RI

Significance: The five-bay, one and one-half story farmhouse is part of a larger complex, with outbuildings dating from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The house itself was expanded with an ell additio... more

Bocco House, Northwest Junction-U.S. Highways 6 & 131, Wolcott, Eagle County, CO

Bocco House, Northwest Junction-U.S. Highways 6 & 131, Wolcott, Eagle ...

Significance: Architecturally significant for its hewn notched log construction and roof. The Boccos firt owned it and it continued to be a residence for a period of 50 years until 1960 when it was finally aban... more

Bocco House, Northwest Junction-U.S. Highways 6 & 131, Wolcott, Eagle County, CO

Bocco House, Northwest Junction-U.S. Highways 6 & 131, Wolcott, Eagle ...

Significance: Architecturally significant for its hewn notched log construction and roof. The Boccos firt owned it and it continued to be a residence for a period of 50 years until 1960 when it was finally aban... more

Bocco House, Northwest Junction-U.S. Highways 6 & 131, Wolcott, Eagle County, CO

Bocco House, Northwest Junction-U.S. Highways 6 & 131, Wolcott, Eagle ...

Significance: Architecturally significant for its hewn notched log construction and roof. The Boccos firt owned it and it continued to be a residence for a period of 50 years until 1960 when it was finally aban... more

Bocco House, Northwest Junction-U.S. Highways 6 & 131, Wolcott, Eagle County, CO

Bocco House, Northwest Junction-U.S. Highways 6 & 131, Wolcott, Eagle ...

Significance: Architecturally significant for its hewn notched log construction and roof. The Boccos firt owned it and it continued to be a residence for a period of 50 years until 1960 when it was finally aban... more

Bocco House, Northwest Junction-U.S. Highways 6 & 131, Wolcott, Eagle County, CO

Bocco House, Northwest Junction-U.S. Highways 6 & 131, Wolcott, Eagle ...

Significance: Architecturally significant for its hewn notched log construction and roof. The Boccos firt owned it and it continued to be a residence for a period of 50 years until 1960 when it was finally aban... more

Bocco House, Northwest Junction-U.S. Highways 6 & 131, Wolcott, Eagle County, CO

Bocco House, Northwest Junction-U.S. Highways 6 & 131, Wolcott, Eagle ...

Significance: Architecturally significant for its hewn notched log construction and roof. The Boccos firt owned it and it continued to be a residence for a period of 50 years until 1960 when it was finally aban... more

Bocco House, Northwest Junction-U.S. Highways 6 & 131, Wolcott, Eagle County, CO

Bocco House, Northwest Junction-U.S. Highways 6 & 131, Wolcott, Eagle ...

Significance: Architecturally significant for its hewn notched log construction and roof. The Boccos firt owned it and it continued to be a residence for a period of 50 years until 1960 when it was finally aban... more

Bocco House, Northwest Junction-U.S. Highways 6 & 131, Wolcott, Eagle County, CO

Bocco House, Northwest Junction-U.S. Highways 6 & 131, Wolcott, Eagle ...

Significance: Architecturally significant for its hewn notched log construction and roof. The Boccos firt owned it and it continued to be a residence for a period of 50 years until 1960 when it was finally aban... more