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[Drawing of part of Lanier Heights, Washington, D.C., showing residential lots].

[Drawing of part of Lanier Heights, Washington, D.C., showing resident...

Scale not given. Manuscript; pen-and-ink and pencil. Oriented with north toward the upper right. Covers the 2 squares bounded by Lanier Place, Quarry Road, Columbia Road, and Adams Mill Road N.W. From the Breck... more

Lanier Heights.

Lanier Heights.

Scale ca. 1:1,625. Manuscript; pen-and-ink and pencil. Cadastral map. From the Breckinridge family papers. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Vault DCP AACR2: 651/1; 650/2; 650/3

Lanier Heights : recorded, Surveyor's Office, book G.S., page 174.

Lanier Heights : recorded, Surveyor's Office, book G.S., page 174.

Scale ca. 1:1,175. Photocopy; blueprint. Cadastral map. "Verified from the map of Highway Extension Plans, made under the Act of March 2, 1893, and recorded in the Office of the Surveyor, D. of C. M. C. Hazen, ... more

Sidney Lanier

Sidney Lanier

Bust. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card.

Burk-Waggoner Pool, panographed from opposite King 8 well and Waggoner farm house on southwest corner of block 84, showing all blocks northwest & northeast featuring blocks 84-83-85-86-87-88-73-74-75, Lanier tract etc.

Burk-Waggoner Pool, panographed from opposite King 8 well and Waggoner...

J237601 U.S. Copyright Office Copyright deposit; Almeron Newman Photographic Co.; September 25, 1919. On front: "Copyright Sept. 1919, all rights reserved, The Almeron Newman Photographic Company, 115 N. Gold A... more

Lafayette Lanier School, 6001 Twentieth Avenue, Valley, Chambers County, AL

Lafayette Lanier School, 6001 Twentieth Avenue, Valley, Chambers Count...

Significance: Designed by Atlanta architect R. Kennon Perry, the Colonial-Revival school was built in 1935 by West Point Manufacturing Company to serve the children in the mill village. It was named after Lafay... more

Lanier House, 1002 Main Street, Tarboro, Edgecombe County, NC

Lanier House, 1002 Main Street, Tarboro, Edgecombe County, NC

Survey number: HABS NC-26 Building/structure dates: ca. 1840 Initial Construction

Timmerman House, East side of Withers Road, south of U.S. Highway 84, Stockton, Lanier County, GA

Timmerman House, East side of Withers Road, south of U.S. Highway 84, ...

Significance: This is probably the oldest structure in Stockton and certainly the largest historic domestic building in the community. It is significant in local history as one of the first residences in Stockt... more

Timmerman House, East side of Withers Road, south of U.S. Highway 84, Stockton, Lanier County, GA

Timmerman House, East side of Withers Road, south of U.S. Highway 84, ...

Significance: This is probably the oldest structure in Stockton and certainly the largest historic domestic building in the community. It is significant in local history as one of the first residences in Stockt... more

Timmerman House, East side of Withers Road, south of U.S. Highway 84, Stockton, Lanier County, GA

Timmerman House, East side of Withers Road, south of U.S. Highway 84, ...

Significance: This is probably the oldest structure in Stockton and certainly the largest historic domestic building in the community. It is significant in local history as one of the first residences in Stockt... more

Timmerman House, East side of Withers Road, south of U.S. Highway 84, Stockton, Lanier County, GA

Timmerman House, East side of Withers Road, south of U.S. Highway 84, ...

Significance: This is probably the oldest structure in Stockton and certainly the largest historic domestic building in the community. It is significant in local history as one of the first residences in Stockt... more

Timmerman House, East side of Withers Road, south of U.S. Highway 84, Stockton, Lanier County, GA

Timmerman House, East side of Withers Road, south of U.S. Highway 84, ...

Significance: This is probably the oldest structure in Stockton and certainly the largest historic domestic building in the community. It is significant in local history as one of the first residences in Stockt... more

Troup Store, South side of U.S. Highway 84, east of Roe Street, Stockton, Lanier County, GA

Troup Store, South side of U.S. Highway 84, east of Roe Street, Stockt...

Significance: This is one of two stores remaining in Stockton and the only historic brick structure in town. It is significant as a representative example of small-scale commercial architecture. Survey number:... more

Troup Store, South side of U.S. Highway 84, east of Roe Street, Stockton, Lanier County, GA

Troup Store, South side of U.S. Highway 84, east of Roe Street, Stockt...

Significance: This is one of two stores remaining in Stockton and the only historic brick structure in town. It is significant as a representative example of small-scale commercial architecture. Survey number:... more

Troup Store, South side of U.S. Highway 84, east of Roe Street, Stockton, Lanier County, GA

Troup Store, South side of U.S. Highway 84, east of Roe Street, Stockt...

Significance: This is one of two stores remaining in Stockton and the only historic brick structure in town. It is significant as a representative example of small-scale commercial architecture. Survey number:... more

Troup Store, South side of U.S. Highway 84, east of Roe Street, Stockton, Lanier County, GA

Troup Store, South side of U.S. Highway 84, east of Roe Street, Stockt...

Significance: This is one of two stores remaining in Stockton and the only historic brick structure in town. It is significant as a representative example of small-scale commercial architecture. Survey number:... more

Troup Store, South side of U.S. Highway 84, east of Roe Street, Stockton, Lanier County, GA

Troup Store, South side of U.S. Highway 84, east of Roe Street, Stockt...

Significance: This is one of two stores remaining in Stockton and the only historic brick structure in town. It is significant as a representative example of small-scale commercial architecture. Survey number:... more

Troup Store, South side of U.S. Highway 84, east of Roe Street, Stockton, Lanier County, GA

Troup Store, South side of U.S. Highway 84, east of Roe Street, Stockt...

Significance: This is one of two stores remaining in Stockton and the only historic brick structure in town. It is significant as a representative example of small-scale commercial architecture. Survey number:... more

Troup Store, South side of U.S. Highway 84, east of Roe Street, Stockton, Lanier County, GA

Troup Store, South side of U.S. Highway 84, east of Roe Street, Stockt...

Significance: This is one of two stores remaining in Stockton and the only historic brick structure in town. It is significant as a representative example of small-scale commercial architecture. Survey number:... more

Dorch Store, North side of Branch Road, east of Roe Street, Stockton, Lanier County, GA

Dorch Store, North side of Branch Road, east of Roe Street, Stockton, ...

Significance: This is one of two historic stores remaining in Stockton and the only historic frame store in town. It is also the only store which faces the railroad tracks and not U.S. 84. It is significant as ... more

Dorch Store, North side of Branch Road, east of Roe Street, Stockton, Lanier County, GA

Dorch Store, North side of Branch Road, east of Roe Street, Stockton, ...

Significance: This is one of two historic stores remaining in Stockton and the only historic frame store in town. It is also the only store which faces the railroad tracks and not U.S. 84. It is significant as ... more

Dorch Store, North side of Branch Road, east of Roe Street, Stockton, Lanier County, GA

Dorch Store, North side of Branch Road, east of Roe Street, Stockton, ...

Significance: This is one of two historic stores remaining in Stockton and the only historic frame store in town. It is also the only store which faces the railroad tracks and not U.S. 84. It is significant as ... more

Dorch Store, North side of Branch Road, east of Roe Street, Stockton, Lanier County, GA

Dorch Store, North side of Branch Road, east of Roe Street, Stockton, ...

Significance: This is one of two historic stores remaining in Stockton and the only historic frame store in town. It is also the only store which faces the railroad tracks and not U.S. 84. It is significant as ... more

Moore House, West side of Roe Street, south of U.S. Highway 84, Stockton, Lanier County, GA

Moore House, West side of Roe Street, south of U.S. Highway 84, Stockt...

Significance: This is one of only approximately twenty historic buildings remaining in Stockton. It is significant for architecture as a representative example of a bungalow. Survey number: HABS GA-2336 Build... more

Moore House, West side of Roe Street, south of U.S. Highway 84, Stockton, Lanier County, GA

Moore House, West side of Roe Street, south of U.S. Highway 84, Stockt...

Significance: This is one of only approximately twenty historic buildings remaining in Stockton. It is significant for architecture as a representative example of a bungalow. Survey number: HABS GA-2336 Build... more

Moore House, West side of Roe Street, south of U.S. Highway 84, Stockton, Lanier County, GA

Moore House, West side of Roe Street, south of U.S. Highway 84, Stockt...

Significance: This is one of only approximately twenty historic buildings remaining in Stockton. It is significant for architecture as a representative example of a bungalow. Survey number: HABS GA-2336 Build... more

Moore House, West side of Roe Street, south of U.S. Highway 84, Stockton, Lanier County, GA

Moore House, West side of Roe Street, south of U.S. Highway 84, Stockt...

Significance: This is one of only approximately twenty historic buildings remaining in Stockton. It is significant for architecture as a representative example of a bungalow. Survey number: HABS GA-2336 Build... more

Clanton House, South side of U.S. Highway 84, 0.2 mile east of Post Office Drive, Stockton, Lanier County, GA

Clanton House, South side of U.S. Highway 84, 0.2 mile east of Post Of...

Significance: This is one of approximately twenty historic structures remaining in Stockton. It is significant in local history as one of the early residences in the community. Survey number: HABS GA-2333

Clanton House, South side of U.S. Highway 84, 0.2 mile east of Post Office Drive, Stockton, Lanier County, GA

Clanton House, South side of U.S. Highway 84, 0.2 mile east of Post Of...

Significance: This is one of approximately twenty historic structures remaining in Stockton. It is significant in local history as one of the early residences in the community. Survey number: HABS GA-2333

Clanton House, South side of U.S. Highway 84, 0.2 mile east of Post Office Drive, Stockton, Lanier County, GA

Clanton House, South side of U.S. Highway 84, 0.2 mile east of Post Of...

Significance: This is one of approximately twenty historic structures remaining in Stockton. It is significant in local history as one of the early residences in the community. Survey number: HABS GA-2333

Clanton House, South side of U.S. Highway 84, 0.2 mile east of Post Office Drive, Stockton, Lanier County, GA

Clanton House, South side of U.S. Highway 84, 0.2 mile east of Post Of...

Significance: This is one of approximately twenty historic structures remaining in Stockton. It is significant in local history as one of the early residences in the community. Survey number: HABS GA-2333

Clanton House, South side of U.S. Highway 84, 0.2 mile east of Post Office Drive, Stockton, Lanier County, GA

Clanton House, South side of U.S. Highway 84, 0.2 mile east of Post Of...

Significance: This is one of approximately twenty historic structures remaining in Stockton. It is significant in local history as one of the early residences in the community. Survey number: HABS GA-2333

Clanton House, South side of U.S. Highway 84, 0.2 mile east of Post Office Drive, Stockton, Lanier County, GA

Clanton House, South side of U.S. Highway 84, 0.2 mile east of Post Of...

Significance: This is one of approximately twenty historic structures remaining in Stockton. It is significant in local history as one of the early residences in the community. Survey number: HABS GA-2333

Clanton House, South side of U.S. Highway 84, 0.2 mile east of Post Office Drive, Stockton, Lanier County, GA

Clanton House, South side of U.S. Highway 84, 0.2 mile east of Post Of...

Significance: This is one of approximately twenty historic structures remaining in Stockton. It is significant in local history as one of the early residences in the community. Survey number: HABS GA-2333

Clanton House, South side of U.S. Highway 84, 0.2 mile east of Post Office Drive, Stockton, Lanier County, GA

Clanton House, South side of U.S. Highway 84, 0.2 mile east of Post Of...

Significance: This is one of approximately twenty historic structures remaining in Stockton. It is significant in local history as one of the early residences in the community. Survey number: HABS GA-2333

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson County, IN

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson Co...

Significance: Designed by locally prominent Madison architect Francis Costigan (1810-1865) and built in 1843-44. The fine proportions and elegant presence of this classical brick structure are emphasized by the... more

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson County, IN

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson Co...

Significance: Designed by locally prominent Madison architect Francis Costigan (1810-1865) and built in 1843-44. The fine proportions and elegant presence of this classical brick structure are emphasized by the... more

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson County, IN

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson Co...

Significance: Designed by locally prominent Madison architect Francis Costigan (1810-1865) and built in 1843-44. The fine proportions and elegant presence of this classical brick structure are emphasized by the... more

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson County, IN

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson Co...

Significance: Designed by locally prominent Madison architect Francis Costigan (1810-1865) and built in 1843-44. The fine proportions and elegant presence of this classical brick structure are emphasized by the... more

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson County, IN

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson Co...

Significance: Designed by locally prominent Madison architect Francis Costigan (1810-1865) and built in 1843-44. The fine proportions and elegant presence of this classical brick structure are emphasized by the... more

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson County, IN

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson Co...

Significance: Designed by locally prominent Madison architect Francis Costigan (1810-1865) and built in 1843-44. The fine proportions and elegant presence of this classical brick structure are emphasized by the... more

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson County, IN

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson Co...

Significance: Designed by locally prominent Madison architect Francis Costigan (1810-1865) and built in 1843-44. The fine proportions and elegant presence of this classical brick structure are emphasized by the... more

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson County, IN

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson Co...

Significance: Designed by locally prominent Madison architect Francis Costigan (1810-1865) and built in 1843-44. The fine proportions and elegant presence of this classical brick structure are emphasized by the... more

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson County, IN

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson Co...

Significance: Designed by locally prominent Madison architect Francis Costigan (1810-1865) and built in 1843-44. The fine proportions and elegant presence of this classical brick structure are emphasized by the... more

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson County, IN

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson Co...

Significance: Designed by locally prominent Madison architect Francis Costigan (1810-1865) and built in 1843-44. The fine proportions and elegant presence of this classical brick structure are emphasized by the... more

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson County, IN

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson Co...

Significance: Designed by locally prominent Madison architect Francis Costigan (1810-1865) and built in 1843-44. The fine proportions and elegant presence of this classical brick structure are emphasized by the... more

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson County, IN

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson Co...

Significance: Designed by locally prominent Madison architect Francis Costigan (1810-1865) and built in 1843-44. The fine proportions and elegant presence of this classical brick structure are emphasized by the... more

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson County, IN

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson Co...

Significance: Designed by locally prominent Madison architect Francis Costigan (1810-1865) and built in 1843-44. The fine proportions and elegant presence of this classical brick structure are emphasized by the... more

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson County, IN

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson Co...

Significance: Designed by locally prominent Madison architect Francis Costigan (1810-1865) and built in 1843-44. The fine proportions and elegant presence of this classical brick structure are emphasized by the... more

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson County, IN

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson Co...

Significance: Designed by locally prominent Madison architect Francis Costigan (1810-1865) and built in 1843-44. The fine proportions and elegant presence of this classical brick structure are emphasized by the... more

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson County, IN

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson Co...

Significance: Designed by locally prominent Madison architect Francis Costigan (1810-1865) and built in 1843-44. The fine proportions and elegant presence of this classical brick structure are emphasized by the... more

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson County, IN

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson Co...

Significance: Designed by locally prominent Madison architect Francis Costigan (1810-1865) and built in 1843-44. The fine proportions and elegant presence of this classical brick structure are emphasized by the... more

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson County, IN

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson Co...

Significance: Designed by locally prominent Madison architect Francis Costigan (1810-1865) and built in 1843-44. The fine proportions and elegant presence of this classical brick structure are emphasized by the... more

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson County, IN

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson Co...

Significance: Designed by locally prominent Madison architect Francis Costigan (1810-1865) and built in 1843-44. The fine proportions and elegant presence of this classical brick structure are emphasized by the... more

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson County, IN

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson Co...

Significance: Designed by locally prominent Madison architect Francis Costigan (1810-1865) and built in 1843-44. The fine proportions and elegant presence of this classical brick structure are emphasized by the... more

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson County, IN

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson Co...

Significance: Designed by locally prominent Madison architect Francis Costigan (1810-1865) and built in 1843-44. The fine proportions and elegant presence of this classical brick structure are emphasized by the... more

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson County, IN

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson Co...

Significance: Designed by locally prominent Madison architect Francis Costigan (1810-1865) and built in 1843-44. The fine proportions and elegant presence of this classical brick structure are emphasized by the... more

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson County, IN

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson Co...

Significance: Designed by locally prominent Madison architect Francis Costigan (1810-1865) and built in 1843-44. The fine proportions and elegant presence of this classical brick structure are emphasized by the... more

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson County, IN

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson Co...

Significance: Designed by locally prominent Madison architect Francis Costigan (1810-1865) and built in 1843-44. The fine proportions and elegant presence of this classical brick structure are emphasized by the... more

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson County, IN

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson Co...

Significance: Designed by locally prominent Madison architect Francis Costigan (1810-1865) and built in 1843-44. The fine proportions and elegant presence of this classical brick structure are emphasized by the... more

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson County, IN

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson Co...

Significance: Designed by locally prominent Madison architect Francis Costigan (1810-1865) and built in 1843-44. The fine proportions and elegant presence of this classical brick structure are emphasized by the... more

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson County, IN

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson Co...

Significance: Designed by locally prominent Madison architect Francis Costigan (1810-1865) and built in 1843-44. The fine proportions and elegant presence of this classical brick structure are emphasized by the... more

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson County, IN

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson Co...

Significance: Designed by locally prominent Madison architect Francis Costigan (1810-1865) and built in 1843-44. The fine proportions and elegant presence of this classical brick structure are emphasized by the... more

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson County, IN

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson Co...

Significance: Designed by locally prominent Madison architect Francis Costigan (1810-1865) and built in 1843-44. The fine proportions and elegant presence of this classical brick structure are emphasized by the... more

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson County, IN

James E. D. Lanier House, 511 West First Street, Madison, Jefferson Co...

Significance: Designed by locally prominent Madison architect Francis Costigan (1810-1865) and built in 1843-44. The fine proportions and elegant presence of this classical brick structure are emphasized by the... more

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