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Topic: outbuildings

1729
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2014
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[Houses and outbuildings]

[Houses and outbuildings]

Drawing shows the facades of two rowhouses, and the outbuildings behind the one on the left. The location is probably Washington, DC.

[Mrs. William F. (Elizabeth Underhill) Coles house, outbuilding, Bellevue Avenue and Dixon Street, Newport, Rhode Island] / Rockwood & Co., Phot. N.Y. ; R.M. Hunt, architect.

[Mrs. William F. (Elizabeth Underhill) Coles house, outbuilding, Belle...

Photograph shows view of outbuilding designed by Richard Morris Hunt.

[Side view of a house and outbuildings in Washington]

[Side view of a house and outbuildings in Washington]

Sketch shows a house and outbuildings from the side.

Uncle Sam's neglected farm / J. Keppler.

Uncle Sam's neglected farm / J. Keppler.

Print shows Puck's "Independent Party" figure, holding a hoe labeled "Civil Service Reform" and talking to Uncle Sam who is sitting on a fence while two figures argue on the right, one is labeled "Democrat, Bou... more

A Home in Dixie

A Home in Dixie

Photograph shows two African American girls in a field in front of a wood cabins and outbuildings.

Dr. Jett's farm - outbuildings, Gordon - Green Terrace, Falmouth

Dr. Jett's farm - outbuildings, Gordon - Green Terrace, Falmouth

Photograph shows wooden buildings and fenced yards at Dr. Jett's farm in Falmouth, Virginia.

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