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Oatlands, Leesburg vic., Loudoun County, Virginia

Oatlands, Leesburg vic., Loudoun County, Virginia

Title from photographer's inventory. Corresponding reference print in LOT 11841-54D. Credit line: Carnegie Survey of the Architecture of the South, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. Purchase... more

Melrose, Yanceyville, Caswell County, North Carolina

Melrose, Yanceyville, Caswell County, North Carolina

Title from photographer's inventory. Related name: Mrs. John Williams. Original owner James Williamson, brother of Hugh W., Signer. Oldest part of house Pre-Rev. New part ca. 1800. Portico added 1830. Correspon... more

Thomas L. Halsey House, 140 Prospect Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Thomas L. Halsey House, 140 Prospect Street, Providence, Providence Co...

Significance: This is an example of a large, early-nineteenth century brick house. Survey number: HABS RI-233 Building/structure dates: ca. 1801 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: ca. 1825 Subsequent Work

Design drawing for stained glass blue Palladian windows with large cross, small Chiro, Alpha and Omega

Design drawing for stained glass blue Palladian windows with large cro...

Annotations on drawing: SD 40. Sticker: Small Early Blue. Title devised by Library staff. Purchase, Donald Samick, 2003 (DLC/PP-2003:109). Forms part of: Lamb Design Collection.

Design drawing for stained glass blue Palladian windows with large cross, small Chiro, Alpha and Omega

Design drawing for stained glass blue Palladian windows with large cro...

Annotations on drawing: SD 40. Sticker: Small Early Blue. Title devised by Library staff. Purchase, Donald Samick, 2003 (DLC/PP-2003:109). Forms part of: Lamb Design Collection.

Design drawing for stained glass blue Palladian windows with large cross, small Chiro, Alpha and Omega

Design drawing for stained glass blue Palladian windows with large cro...

Annotations on drawing: SD 40. Sticker: Small Early Blue. Title devised by Library staff. Purchase, Donald Samick, 2003 (DLC/PP-2003:109). Forms part of: Lamb Design Collection.

Captain Parker Borden House, 736 Hope Street, Bristol, Bristol County, RI

Captain Parker Borden House, 736 Hope Street, Bristol, Bristol County,...

Significance: The five-bay dwelling constructed for Parker Borden exhibits some of the most refined woodwork of the late eighteenth century, particularly the mantels and delicately carved detail on the staircas... more

Captain Parker Borden House, 736 Hope Street, Bristol, Bristol County, RI

Captain Parker Borden House, 736 Hope Street, Bristol, Bristol County,...

Significance: The five-bay dwelling constructed for Parker Borden exhibits some of the most refined woodwork of the late eighteenth century, particularly the mantels and delicately carved detail on the staircas... more

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

The location was changed from Gordonsville vicinity to Zion Crossroads vicinity because the historic site is located in Louisa County, not Orange County. Significance: Designed by A.J. Davis, who is widely rega... more

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

The location was changed from Gordonsville vicinity to Zion Crossroads vicinity because the historic site is located in Louisa County, not Orange County. Significance: Designed by A.J. Davis, who is widely rega... more

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

The location was changed from Gordonsville vicinity to Zion Crossroads vicinity because the historic site is located in Louisa County, not Orange County. Significance: Designed by A.J. Davis, who is widely rega... more

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

The location was changed from Gordonsville vicinity to Zion Crossroads vicinity because the historic site is located in Louisa County, not Orange County. Significance: Designed by A.J. Davis, who is widely rega... more

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

The location was changed from Gordonsville vicinity to Zion Crossroads vicinity because the historic site is located in Louisa County, not Orange County. Significance: Designed by A.J. Davis, who is widely rega... more

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

The location was changed from Gordonsville vicinity to Zion Crossroads vicinity because the historic site is located in Louisa County, not Orange County. Significance: Designed by A.J. Davis, who is widely rega... more

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

The location was changed from Gordonsville vicinity to Zion Crossroads vicinity because the historic site is located in Louisa County, not Orange County. Significance: Designed by A.J. Davis, who is widely rega... more

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

The location was changed from Gordonsville vicinity to Zion Crossroads vicinity because the historic site is located in Louisa County, not Orange County. Significance: Designed by A.J. Davis, who is widely rega... more

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

The location was changed from Gordonsville vicinity to Zion Crossroads vicinity because the historic site is located in Louisa County, not Orange County. Significance: Designed by A.J. Davis, who is widely rega... more

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

The location was changed from Gordonsville vicinity to Zion Crossroads vicinity because the historic site is located in Louisa County, not Orange County. Significance: Designed by A.J. Davis, who is widely rega... more

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

The location was changed from Gordonsville vicinity to Zion Crossroads vicinity because the historic site is located in Louisa County, not Orange County. Significance: Designed by A.J. Davis, who is widely rega... more

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

The location was changed from Gordonsville vicinity to Zion Crossroads vicinity because the historic site is located in Louisa County, not Orange County. Significance: Designed by A.J. Davis, who is widely rega... more

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

The location was changed from Gordonsville vicinity to Zion Crossroads vicinity because the historic site is located in Louisa County, not Orange County. Significance: Designed by A.J. Davis, who is widely rega... more

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

The location was changed from Gordonsville vicinity to Zion Crossroads vicinity because the historic site is located in Louisa County, not Orange County. Significance: Designed by A.J. Davis, who is widely rega... more

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

The location was changed from Gordonsville vicinity to Zion Crossroads vicinity because the historic site is located in Louisa County, not Orange County. Significance: Designed by A.J. Davis, who is widely rega... more

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

The location was changed from Gordonsville vicinity to Zion Crossroads vicinity because the historic site is located in Louisa County, not Orange County. Significance: Designed by A.J. Davis, who is widely rega... more

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

The location was changed from Gordonsville vicinity to Zion Crossroads vicinity because the historic site is located in Louisa County, not Orange County. Significance: Designed by A.J. Davis, who is widely rega... more

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

The location was changed from Gordonsville vicinity to Zion Crossroads vicinity because the historic site is located in Louisa County, not Orange County. Significance: Designed by A.J. Davis, who is widely rega... more

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

The location was changed from Gordonsville vicinity to Zion Crossroads vicinity because the historic site is located in Louisa County, not Orange County. Significance: Designed by A.J. Davis, who is widely rega... more

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

Hawkwood, Route 15, Zion Crossroads, Louisa County, VA

The location was changed from Gordonsville vicinity to Zion Crossroads vicinity because the historic site is located in Louisa County, not Orange County. Significance: Designed by A.J. Davis, who is widely rega... 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

Pineville Chapel, State Road S-8-204, Pineville, Berkeley County, SC

Pineville Chapel, State Road S-8-204, Pineville, Berkeley County, SC

2012 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: As a contributing resource to the Pineville Historic District listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Pineville Chapel is one of two early n... more

Pineville Chapel, State Road S-8-204, Pineville, Berkeley County, SC

Pineville Chapel, State Road S-8-204, Pineville, Berkeley County, SC

2012 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: As a contributing resource to the Pineville Historic District listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Pineville Chapel is one of two early n... more

Pineville Chapel, State Road S-8-204, Pineville, Berkeley County, SC

Pineville Chapel, State Road S-8-204, Pineville, Berkeley County, SC

2012 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: As a contributing resource to the Pineville Historic District listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Pineville Chapel is one of two early n... more

Pineville Chapel, State Road S-8-204, Pineville, Berkeley County, SC

Pineville Chapel, State Road S-8-204, Pineville, Berkeley County, SC

2012 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: As a contributing resource to the Pineville Historic District listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Pineville Chapel is one of two early n... more

Pineville Chapel, State Road S-8-204, Pineville, Berkeley County, SC

Pineville Chapel, State Road S-8-204, Pineville, Berkeley County, SC

2012 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: As a contributing resource to the Pineville Historic District listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Pineville Chapel is one of two early n... more

Pineville Chapel, State Road S-8-204, Pineville, Berkeley County, SC

Pineville Chapel, State Road S-8-204, Pineville, Berkeley County, SC

2012 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: As a contributing resource to the Pineville Historic District listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Pineville Chapel is one of two early n... more

Pineville Chapel, State Road S-8-204, Pineville, Berkeley County, SC

Pineville Chapel, State Road S-8-204, Pineville, Berkeley County, SC

2012 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: As a contributing resource to the Pineville Historic District listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Pineville Chapel is one of two early n... more

Pineville Chapel, State Road S-8-204, Pineville, Berkeley County, SC

Pineville Chapel, State Road S-8-204, Pineville, Berkeley County, SC

2012 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: As a contributing resource to the Pineville Historic District listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Pineville Chapel is one of two early n... more

Pineville Chapel, State Road S-8-204, Pineville, Berkeley County, SC

Pineville Chapel, State Road S-8-204, Pineville, Berkeley County, SC

2012 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: As a contributing resource to the Pineville Historic District listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Pineville Chapel is one of two early n... more

Pineville Chapel, State Road S-8-204, Pineville, Berkeley County, SC

Pineville Chapel, State Road S-8-204, Pineville, Berkeley County, SC

2012 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: As a contributing resource to the Pineville Historic District listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Pineville Chapel is one of two early n... more

Pineville Chapel, State Road S-8-204, Pineville, Berkeley County, SC

Pineville Chapel, State Road S-8-204, Pineville, Berkeley County, SC

2012 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: As a contributing resource to the Pineville Historic District listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Pineville Chapel is one of two early n... more

Pineville Chapel, State Road S-8-204, Pineville, Berkeley County, SC

Pineville Chapel, State Road S-8-204, Pineville, Berkeley County, SC

2012 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: As a contributing resource to the Pineville Historic District listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Pineville Chapel is one of two early n... more

Pineville Chapel, State Road S-8-204, Pineville, Berkeley County, SC

Pineville Chapel, State Road S-8-204, Pineville, Berkeley County, SC

2012 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: As a contributing resource to the Pineville Historic District listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Pineville Chapel is one of two early n... more

Pineville Chapel, State Road S-8-204, Pineville, Berkeley County, SC

Pineville Chapel, State Road S-8-204, Pineville, Berkeley County, SC

2012 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: As a contributing resource to the Pineville Historic District listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Pineville Chapel is one of two early n... more

Pineville Chapel, State Road S-8-204, Pineville, Berkeley County, SC

Pineville Chapel, State Road S-8-204, Pineville, Berkeley County, SC

2012 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: As a contributing resource to the Pineville Historic District listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Pineville Chapel is one of two early n... more

Clardy-Lee House, State Highway 26, Center Point, Howard County, AR

Clardy-Lee House, State Highway 26, Center Point, Howard County, AR

1983 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Clardy-Lee House is a large two-story frame mansion with Palladian ambitions. It has been a landmark in the Center Point community (Howard co... more

Clardy-Lee House, State Highway 26, Center Point, Howard County, AR

Clardy-Lee House, State Highway 26, Center Point, Howard County, AR

1983 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Clardy-Lee House is a large two-story frame mansion with Palladian ambitions. It has been a landmark in the Center Point community (Howard co... more

Clardy-Lee House, State Highway 26, Center Point, Howard County, AR

Clardy-Lee House, State Highway 26, Center Point, Howard County, AR

1983 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Clardy-Lee House is a large two-story frame mansion with Palladian ambitions. It has been a landmark in the Center Point community (Howard co... more

Clardy-Lee House, State Highway 26, Center Point, Howard County, AR

Clardy-Lee House, State Highway 26, Center Point, Howard County, AR

1983 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Clardy-Lee House is a large two-story frame mansion with Palladian ambitions. It has been a landmark in the Center Point community (Howard co... more

Clardy-Lee House, State Highway 26, Center Point, Howard County, AR

Clardy-Lee House, State Highway 26, Center Point, Howard County, AR

1983 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Clardy-Lee House is a large two-story frame mansion with Palladian ambitions. It has been a landmark in the Center Point community (Howard co... more

Clardy-Lee House, State Highway 26, Center Point, Howard County, AR

Clardy-Lee House, State Highway 26, Center Point, Howard County, AR

1983 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Clardy-Lee House is a large two-story frame mansion with Palladian ambitions. It has been a landmark in the Center Point community (Howard co... more

Clardy-Lee House, State Highway 26, Center Point, Howard County, AR

Clardy-Lee House, State Highway 26, Center Point, Howard County, AR

1983 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Clardy-Lee House is a large two-story frame mansion with Palladian ambitions. It has been a landmark in the Center Point community (Howard co... more

Clardy-Lee House, State Highway 26, Center Point, Howard County, AR

Clardy-Lee House, State Highway 26, Center Point, Howard County, AR

1983 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Clardy-Lee House is a large two-story frame mansion with Palladian ambitions. It has been a landmark in the Center Point community (Howard co... more

Clardy-Lee House, State Highway 26, Center Point, Howard County, AR

Clardy-Lee House, State Highway 26, Center Point, Howard County, AR

1983 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Clardy-Lee House is a large two-story frame mansion with Palladian ambitions. It has been a landmark in the Center Point community (Howard co... more

Clardy-Lee House, State Highway 26, Center Point, Howard County, AR

Clardy-Lee House, State Highway 26, Center Point, Howard County, AR

1983 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Clardy-Lee House is a large two-story frame mansion with Palladian ambitions. It has been a landmark in the Center Point community (Howard co... more

Bowman's Folly, Folly Creek, Accomac, Accomack County, VA

Bowman's Folly, Folly Creek, Accomac, Accomack County, VA

Significance: One of the finest mansions on the Shore and once home of Brigadier General John Cropper, famous Revolutionary War officer; personal friend of George Washington and General Lafayette. Survey numbe... more

Bowman's Folly, Folly Creek, Accomac, Accomack County, VA

Bowman's Folly, Folly Creek, Accomac, Accomack County, VA

Significance: One of the finest mansions on the Shore and once home of Brigadier General John Cropper, famous Revolutionary War officer; personal friend of George Washington and General Lafayette. Survey numbe... more

Bowman's Folly, Folly Creek, Accomac, Accomack County, VA

Bowman's Folly, Folly Creek, Accomac, Accomack County, VA

Significance: One of the finest mansions on the Shore and once home of Brigadier General John Cropper, famous Revolutionary War officer; personal friend of George Washington and General Lafayette. Survey numbe... more

Bowman's Folly, Folly Creek, Accomac, Accomack County, VA

Bowman's Folly, Folly Creek, Accomac, Accomack County, VA

Significance: One of the finest mansions on the Shore and once home of Brigadier General John Cropper, famous Revolutionary War officer; personal friend of George Washington and General Lafayette. Survey numbe... more

Bowman's Folly, Folly Creek, Accomac, Accomack County, VA

Bowman's Folly, Folly Creek, Accomac, Accomack County, VA

Significance: One of the finest mansions on the Shore and once home of Brigadier General John Cropper, famous Revolutionary War officer; personal friend of George Washington and General Lafayette. Survey numbe... more

Bowman's Folly, Folly Creek, Accomac, Accomack County, VA

Bowman's Folly, Folly Creek, Accomac, Accomack County, VA

Significance: One of the finest mansions on the Shore and once home of Brigadier General John Cropper, famous Revolutionary War officer; personal friend of George Washington and General Lafayette. Survey numbe... more

Bowman's Folly, Folly Creek, Accomac, Accomack County, VA

Bowman's Folly, Folly Creek, Accomac, Accomack County, VA

Significance: One of the finest mansions on the Shore and once home of Brigadier General John Cropper, famous Revolutionary War officer; personal friend of George Washington and General Lafayette. Survey numbe... more

Bowman's Folly, Folly Creek, Accomac, Accomack County, VA

Bowman's Folly, Folly Creek, Accomac, Accomack County, VA

Significance: One of the finest mansions on the Shore and once home of Brigadier General John Cropper, famous Revolutionary War officer; personal friend of George Washington and General Lafayette. Survey numbe... 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

Starkweather-Stearns House, 60 Summit Avenue (moved from 57 Summit Avenue), Pawtucket, Providence County, RI

Starkweather-Stearns House, 60 Summit Avenue (moved from 57 Summit Ave...

Significance: The house was constructed around 1800 and has been moved twice. It is a large, frame building with a balustraded monitor roof. The robustness of the quoining and rustication lend it an older feel,... more

Starkweather-Stearns House, 60 Summit Avenue (moved from 57 Summit Avenue), Pawtucket, Providence County, RI

Starkweather-Stearns House, 60 Summit Avenue (moved from 57 Summit Ave...

Significance: The house was constructed around 1800 and has been moved twice. It is a large, frame building with a balustraded monitor roof. The robustness of the quoining and rustication lend it an older feel,... more

Octagon House, 1799 (1741) New York Avenue, Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Octagon House, 1799 (1741) New York Avenue, Northwest, Washington, Dis...

Location of the signing of the Treaty of Ghent. 2004 Charles E. Peterson Prize, First Place Significance: Excellent and innovative example of Federal style domestic architecture. Served as Executive Mansion fo... more

Octagon House, 1799 (1741) New York Avenue, Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Octagon House, 1799 (1741) New York Avenue, Northwest, Washington, Dis...

Location of the signing of the Treaty of Ghent. 2004 Charles E. Peterson Prize, First Place Significance: Excellent and innovative example of Federal style domestic architecture. Served as Executive Mansion fo... more

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