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Howes-Jorgenson House, State Route 6A, Dennis, Barnstable County, MA

Howes-Jorgenson House, State Route 6A, Dennis, Barnstable County, MA

Significance: This Cape Cod "double house" of unusually large dimensions (40 feet across the front), is a good example of those built during the mid-18th century on the Cape. It contained a good mantel and the... more

Camp Curry, Fourplex Bungalow (Cabin 1A-D), Curry Village, Mariposa County, CA

Camp Curry, Fourplex Bungalow (Cabin 1A-D), Curry Village, Mariposa Co...

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N77 Survey number: HALS CA-65-GG

Shaker West Family Privy, North side of Village Road, North of Route 68 & State Route 33 intersection, Shakertown, Mercer County, KY

Shaker West Family Privy, North side of Village Road, North of Route 6...

Survey number: HABS KY-115 National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 71000353

Lombard Coke Ovens, Stone Foundation, Missouri River near Toston Dam Reservoir, Toston, Broadwater County, MT

Lombard Coke Ovens, Stone Foundation, Missouri River near Toston Dam R...

Survey number: HAER MT-54-C Building/structure dates: 1907 Initial Construction

Hicks Hotel and Store, Rush Road, Yellville, Marion County, AR

Hicks Hotel and Store, Rush Road, Yellville, Marion County, AR

2016 HALS Challenge Entry: Documenting National Register Listed Landscapes Significance: The Hicks Hotel and Store site is a ten-acre property within the Rush Historic District, a former zinc mining community t... more

Camp Curry, Duplex Bungalow, Wood Shake Sided (Cabin 72A-B), Curry Village, Mariposa County, CA

Camp Curry, Duplex Bungalow, Wood Shake Sided (Cabin 72A-B), Curry Vil...

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N75 Survey number: HALS CA-65-EE

Mumma Farm, Smokehouse, Smoketown Road, Sharpsburg, Washington County, MD

Mumma Farm, Smokehouse, Smoketown Road, Sharpsburg, Washington County,...

Significance: The Smokehouse is a small, square, vernacular outbuilding, constructed at an unknown date in the late eighteenth or early nineteenth century. The walls were built of horizontal log construction, r... more

Camp Curry, Rufus Green Bungalow (Cabin 90), Curry Village, Mariposa County, CA

Camp Curry, Rufus Green Bungalow (Cabin 90), Curry Village, Mariposa C...

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N62 Survey number: HALS CA-65-I

Green Hill Plantation, Frame Dependency, State Route 728, Long Island, Campbell County, VA

Green Hill Plantation, Frame Dependency, State Route 728, Long Island,...

Significance: "Green Hill" plantation was built by Samuel Pannill who first bought 600 acres from William and Moses Fuqua in 1797, and added to and developed the plantation 'til his death in 1864. Survey numbe... more

Reel Farm, House, Landing Road, Sharpsburg, Washington County, MD

Reel Farm, House, Landing Road, Sharpsburg, Washington County, MD

Survey number: HABS MD-962 National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 66000038

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

Ellis Island, Hospital, New York Harbor, New York, New York County, NY

Ellis Island, Hospital, New York Harbor, New York, New York County, NY

Significance: The Main Hospital on Island 2 was built for the Department of Commerce and Labor's Immigration Bureau in consultation with the U.S. Marine Hospital and Public Health Service surgeons assigned to m... more

Rigg-Buckley House, 12410 Braddock Road, Centreville, Fairfax County, VA

Rigg-Buckley House, 12410 Braddock Road, Centreville, Fairfax County, ...

Significance: The Rrigg-Buckley House is thought to have been constructed by John Rigg about 1823. Originally a one-story log house, it was expanded with a wood frame second floor at an unknown date in the ear... more

Elgin Fire Barn No. 5, 533 Saint Charles Street, Elgin, Kane County, IL

Elgin Fire Barn No. 5, 533 Saint Charles Street, Elgin, Kane County, I...

2016 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Built in 1903 after designs by local architect Smith Hoag, Elgin Fire Barn No. 5 was one of a series of public firehouses built in Elgin, Illinois in the late... more

Rigg-Buckley House, 12410 Braddock Road, Centreville, Fairfax County, VA

Rigg-Buckley House, 12410 Braddock Road, Centreville, Fairfax County, ...

Significance: The Rrigg-Buckley House is thought to have been constructed by John Rigg about 1823. Originally a one-story log house, it was expanded with a wood frame second floor at an unknown date in the ear... more

Elgin Fire Barn No. 5, 533 Saint Charles Street, Elgin, Kane County, IL

Elgin Fire Barn No. 5, 533 Saint Charles Street, Elgin, Kane County, I...

2016 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Built in 1903 after designs by local architect Smith Hoag, Elgin Fire Barn No. 5 was one of a series of public firehouses built in Elgin, Illinois in the late... more

Rigg-Buckley House, 12410 Braddock Road, Centreville, Fairfax County, VA

Rigg-Buckley House, 12410 Braddock Road, Centreville, Fairfax County, ...

Significance: The Rrigg-Buckley House is thought to have been constructed by John Rigg about 1823. Originally a one-story log house, it was expanded with a wood frame second floor at an unknown date in the ear... more

Elgin Fire Barn No. 5, 533 Saint Charles Street, Elgin, Kane County, IL

Elgin Fire Barn No. 5, 533 Saint Charles Street, Elgin, Kane County, I...

2016 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Built in 1903 after designs by local architect Smith Hoag, Elgin Fire Barn No. 5 was one of a series of public firehouses built in Elgin, Illinois in the late... more

Rigg-Buckley House, 12410 Braddock Road, Centreville, Fairfax County, VA

Rigg-Buckley House, 12410 Braddock Road, Centreville, Fairfax County, ...

Significance: The Rrigg-Buckley House is thought to have been constructed by John Rigg about 1823. Originally a one-story log house, it was expanded with a wood frame second floor at an unknown date in the ear... more

Elgin Fire Barn No. 5, 533 Saint Charles Street, Elgin, Kane County, IL

Elgin Fire Barn No. 5, 533 Saint Charles Street, Elgin, Kane County, I...

2016 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Built in 1903 after designs by local architect Smith Hoag, Elgin Fire Barn No. 5 was one of a series of public firehouses built in Elgin, Illinois in the late... more

Elgin Fire Barn No. 5, 533 Saint Charles Street, Elgin, Kane County, IL

Elgin Fire Barn No. 5, 533 Saint Charles Street, Elgin, Kane County, I...

2016 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Built in 1903 after designs by local architect Smith Hoag, Elgin Fire Barn No. 5 was one of a series of public firehouses built in Elgin, Illinois in the late... more

Elgin Fire Barn No. 5, 533 Saint Charles Street, Elgin, Kane County, IL

Elgin Fire Barn No. 5, 533 Saint Charles Street, Elgin, Kane County, I...

2016 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Built in 1903 after designs by local architect Smith Hoag, Elgin Fire Barn No. 5 was one of a series of public firehouses built in Elgin, Illinois in the late... more

Elgin Fire Barn No. 5, 533 Saint Charles Street, Elgin, Kane County, IL

Elgin Fire Barn No. 5, 533 Saint Charles Street, Elgin, Kane County, I...

2016 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Built in 1903 after designs by local architect Smith Hoag, Elgin Fire Barn No. 5 was one of a series of public firehouses built in Elgin, Illinois in the late... more

Elgin Fire Barn No. 5, 533 Saint Charles Street, Elgin, Kane County, IL

Elgin Fire Barn No. 5, 533 Saint Charles Street, Elgin, Kane County, I...

2016 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Built in 1903 after designs by local architect Smith Hoag, Elgin Fire Barn No. 5 was one of a series of public firehouses built in Elgin, Illinois in the late... more

Elgin Fire Barn No. 5, 533 Saint Charles Street, Elgin, Kane County, IL

Elgin Fire Barn No. 5, 533 Saint Charles Street, Elgin, Kane County, I...

2016 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Built in 1903 after designs by local architect Smith Hoag, Elgin Fire Barn No. 5 was one of a series of public firehouses built in Elgin, Illinois in the late... more

Elgin Fire Barn No. 5, 533 Saint Charles Street, Elgin, Kane County, IL

Elgin Fire Barn No. 5, 533 Saint Charles Street, Elgin, Kane County, I...

2016 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Built in 1903 after designs by local architect Smith Hoag, Elgin Fire Barn No. 5 was one of a series of public firehouses built in Elgin, Illinois in the late... more

Elgin Fire Barn No. 5, 533 Saint Charles Street, Elgin, Kane County, IL

Elgin Fire Barn No. 5, 533 Saint Charles Street, Elgin, Kane County, I...

2016 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Built in 1903 after designs by local architect Smith Hoag, Elgin Fire Barn No. 5 was one of a series of public firehouses built in Elgin, Illinois in the late... more

Elgin Fire Barn No. 5, 533 Saint Charles Street, Elgin, Kane County, IL

Elgin Fire Barn No. 5, 533 Saint Charles Street, Elgin, Kane County, I...

2016 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Built in 1903 after designs by local architect Smith Hoag, Elgin Fire Barn No. 5 was one of a series of public firehouses built in Elgin, Illinois in the late... more

Elgin Fire Barn No. 5, 533 Saint Charles Street, Elgin, Kane County, IL

Elgin Fire Barn No. 5, 533 Saint Charles Street, Elgin, Kane County, I...

2016 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Built in 1903 after designs by local architect Smith Hoag, Elgin Fire Barn No. 5 was one of a series of public firehouses built in Elgin, Illinois in the late... more

Elgin Fire Barn No. 5, 533 Saint Charles Street, Elgin, Kane County, IL

Elgin Fire Barn No. 5, 533 Saint Charles Street, Elgin, Kane County, I...

2016 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Built in 1903 after designs by local architect Smith Hoag, Elgin Fire Barn No. 5 was one of a series of public firehouses built in Elgin, Illinois in the late... more

Elgin Fire Barn No. 5, 533 Saint Charles Street, Elgin, Kane County, IL

Elgin Fire Barn No. 5, 533 Saint Charles Street, Elgin, Kane County, I...

2016 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Built in 1903 after designs by local architect Smith Hoag, Elgin Fire Barn No. 5 was one of a series of public firehouses built in Elgin, Illinois in the late... more

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Significance: The James City Historic District is historically and architecturally significant as an example of a community that remains a time-capsule of late 18th to early 20th century domestic, commercial, a... more

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Significance: The James City Historic District is historically and architecturally significant as an example of a community that remains a time-capsule of late 18th to early 20th century domestic, commercial, a... more

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Significance: The James City Historic District is historically and architecturally significant as an example of a community that remains a time-capsule of late 18th to early 20th century domestic, commercial, a... more

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Significance: The James City Historic District is historically and architecturally significant as an example of a community that remains a time-capsule of late 18th to early 20th century domestic, commercial, a... more

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Significance: The James City Historic District is historically and architecturally significant as an example of a community that remains a time-capsule of late 18th to early 20th century domestic, commercial, a... more

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Significance: The James City Historic District is historically and architecturally significant as an example of a community that remains a time-capsule of late 18th to early 20th century domestic, commercial, a... more

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Significance: The James City Historic District is historically and architecturally significant as an example of a community that remains a time-capsule of late 18th to early 20th century domestic, commercial, a... more

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Significance: The James City Historic District is historically and architecturally significant as an example of a community that remains a time-capsule of late 18th to early 20th century domestic, commercial, a... more

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Significance: The James City Historic District is historically and architecturally significant as an example of a community that remains a time-capsule of late 18th to early 20th century domestic, commercial, a... more

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Significance: The James City Historic District is historically and architecturally significant as an example of a community that remains a time-capsule of late 18th to early 20th century domestic, commercial, a... more

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Significance: The James City Historic District is historically and architecturally significant as an example of a community that remains a time-capsule of late 18th to early 20th century domestic, commercial, a... more

Pennsylvania Railroad Improvements, Swing Bridge, Penn. R.R. over Brandywine River, Wilmington, New Castle County, DE

Pennsylvania Railroad Improvements, Swing Bridge, Penn. R.R. over Bran...

Survey number: HAER DE-12-B Building/structure dates: 1903-1905 Initial Construction

Pennsylvania Railroad Improvements, Swing Bridge, Penn. R.R. over Brandywine River, Wilmington, New Castle County, DE

Pennsylvania Railroad Improvements, Swing Bridge, Penn. R.R. over Bran...

Survey number: HAER DE-12-B Building/structure dates: 1903-1905 Initial Construction

Pennsylvania Railroad Improvements, Swing Bridge, Penn. R.R. over Brandywine River, Wilmington, New Castle County, DE

Pennsylvania Railroad Improvements, Swing Bridge, Penn. R.R. over Bran...

Survey number: HAER DE-12-B Building/structure dates: 1903-1905 Initial Construction

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson Coun...

Significance: From 1881 to 1955, Anthony Hall served as the main building for Harpers Ferry's Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionaries of the Freewill Baptist Church. In addit... more

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson Coun...

Significance: From 1881 to 1955, Anthony Hall served as the main building for Harpers Ferry's Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionaries of the Freewill Baptist Church. In addit... more

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson Coun...

Significance: From 1881 to 1955, Anthony Hall served as the main building for Harpers Ferry's Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionaries of the Freewill Baptist Church. In addit... more

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson Coun...

Significance: From 1881 to 1955, Anthony Hall served as the main building for Harpers Ferry's Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionaries of the Freewill Baptist Church. In addit... more

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson Coun...

Significance: From 1881 to 1955, Anthony Hall served as the main building for Harpers Ferry's Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionaries of the Freewill Baptist Church. In addit... more

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson Coun...

Significance: From 1881 to 1955, Anthony Hall served as the main building for Harpers Ferry's Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionaries of the Freewill Baptist Church. In addit... more

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson Coun...

Significance: From 1881 to 1955, Anthony Hall served as the main building for Harpers Ferry's Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionaries of the Freewill Baptist Church. In addit... more

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson Coun...

Significance: From 1881 to 1955, Anthony Hall served as the main building for Harpers Ferry's Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionaries of the Freewill Baptist Church. In addit... more

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson Coun...

Significance: From 1881 to 1955, Anthony Hall served as the main building for Harpers Ferry's Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionaries of the Freewill Baptist Church. In addit... more

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson Coun...

Significance: From 1881 to 1955, Anthony Hall served as the main building for Harpers Ferry's Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionaries of the Freewill Baptist Church. In addit... more

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson Coun...

Significance: From 1881 to 1955, Anthony Hall served as the main building for Harpers Ferry's Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionaries of the Freewill Baptist Church. In addit... more

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson Coun...

Significance: From 1881 to 1955, Anthony Hall served as the main building for Harpers Ferry's Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionaries of the Freewill Baptist Church. In addit... more

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson Coun...

Significance: From 1881 to 1955, Anthony Hall served as the main building for Harpers Ferry's Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionaries of the Freewill Baptist Church. In addit... more

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson Coun...

Significance: From 1881 to 1955, Anthony Hall served as the main building for Harpers Ferry's Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionaries of the Freewill Baptist Church. In addit... more

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson Coun...

Significance: From 1881 to 1955, Anthony Hall served as the main building for Harpers Ferry's Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionaries of the Freewill Baptist Church. In addit... more

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson Coun...

Significance: From 1881 to 1955, Anthony Hall served as the main building for Harpers Ferry's Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionaries of the Freewill Baptist Church. In addit... more

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson Coun...

Significance: From 1881 to 1955, Anthony Hall served as the main building for Harpers Ferry's Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionaries of the Freewill Baptist Church. In addit... more

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson Coun...

Significance: From 1881 to 1955, Anthony Hall served as the main building for Harpers Ferry's Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionaries of the Freewill Baptist Church. In addit... more

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson Coun...

Significance: From 1881 to 1955, Anthony Hall served as the main building for Harpers Ferry's Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionaries of the Freewill Baptist Church. In addit... more

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson Coun...

Significance: From 1881 to 1955, Anthony Hall served as the main building for Harpers Ferry's Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionaries of the Freewill Baptist Church. In addit... more

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Storer College, Anthony Hall, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson Coun...

Significance: From 1881 to 1955, Anthony Hall served as the main building for Harpers Ferry's Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionaries of the Freewill Baptist Church. In addit... 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

Wildacre, Ocean Drive, Newport, Newport County, RI

Wildacre, Ocean Drive, Newport, Newport County, RI

Significance: Designed for Frederic Law Olmsted's brother Albert, Wildacre was Irving Gill's first commission on the East Coast. The house, with its extensive use of glass and pocket windows, invited the outsid... more

Wildacre, Ocean Drive, Newport, Newport County, RI

Wildacre, Ocean Drive, Newport, Newport County, RI

Significance: Designed for Frederic Law Olmsted's brother Albert, Wildacre was Irving Gill's first commission on the East Coast. The house, with its extensive use of glass and pocket windows, invited the outsid... more

Wildacre, Ocean Drive, Newport, Newport County, RI

Wildacre, Ocean Drive, Newport, Newport County, RI

Significance: Designed for Frederic Law Olmsted's brother Albert, Wildacre was Irving Gill's first commission on the East Coast. The house, with its extensive use of glass and pocket windows, invited the outsid... more

Wildacre, Ocean Drive, Newport, Newport County, RI

Wildacre, Ocean Drive, Newport, Newport County, RI

Significance: Designed for Frederic Law Olmsted's brother Albert, Wildacre was Irving Gill's first commission on the East Coast. The house, with its extensive use of glass and pocket windows, invited the outsid... more

Wildacre, Ocean Drive, Newport, Newport County, RI

Wildacre, Ocean Drive, Newport, Newport County, RI

Significance: Designed for Frederic Law Olmsted's brother Albert, Wildacre was Irving Gill's first commission on the East Coast. The house, with its extensive use of glass and pocket windows, invited the outsid... more

Wildacre, Ocean Drive, Newport, Newport County, RI

Wildacre, Ocean Drive, Newport, Newport County, RI

Significance: Designed for Frederic Law Olmsted's brother Albert, Wildacre was Irving Gill's first commission on the East Coast. The house, with its extensive use of glass and pocket windows, invited the outsid... more

Wildacre, Ocean Drive, Newport, Newport County, RI

Wildacre, Ocean Drive, Newport, Newport County, RI

Significance: Designed for Frederic Law Olmsted's brother Albert, Wildacre was Irving Gill's first commission on the East Coast. The house, with its extensive use of glass and pocket windows, invited the outsid... more

Bay City Traction & Electric Company, Power Station, 301 Washington Street, Bay City, Bay County, MI

Bay City Traction & Electric Company, Power Station, 301 Washington St...

Significance: the Bay City Traction and Electric Power Company Power Station was constructed as a steam generating plant providing power for interurban electric traction transportation in Bay City. This buildin... more

Bay City Traction & Electric Company, Power Station, 301 Washington Street, Bay City, Bay County, MI

Bay City Traction & Electric Company, Power Station, 301 Washington St...

Significance: the Bay City Traction and Electric Power Company Power Station was constructed as a steam generating plant providing power for interurban electric traction transportation in Bay City. This buildin... more

Bay City Traction & Electric Company, Power Station, 301 Washington Street, Bay City, Bay County, MI

Bay City Traction & Electric Company, Power Station, 301 Washington St...

Significance: the Bay City Traction and Electric Power Company Power Station was constructed as a steam generating plant providing power for interurban electric traction transportation in Bay City. This buildin... more

Bay City Traction & Electric Company, Power Station, 301 Washington Street, Bay City, Bay County, MI

Bay City Traction & Electric Company, Power Station, 301 Washington St...

Significance: the Bay City Traction and Electric Power Company Power Station was constructed as a steam generating plant providing power for interurban electric traction transportation in Bay City. This buildin... more

Bay City Traction & Electric Company, Power Station, 301 Washington Street, Bay City, Bay County, MI

Bay City Traction & Electric Company, Power Station, 301 Washington St...

Significance: the Bay City Traction and Electric Power Company Power Station was constructed as a steam generating plant providing power for interurban electric traction transportation in Bay City. This buildin... more

Bay City Traction & Electric Company, Power Station, 301 Washington Street, Bay City, Bay County, MI

Bay City Traction & Electric Company, Power Station, 301 Washington St...

Significance: the Bay City Traction and Electric Power Company Power Station was constructed as a steam generating plant providing power for interurban electric traction transportation in Bay City. This buildin... more

Bay City Traction & Electric Company, Power Station, 301 Washington Street, Bay City, Bay County, MI

Bay City Traction & Electric Company, Power Station, 301 Washington St...

Significance: the Bay City Traction and Electric Power Company Power Station was constructed as a steam generating plant providing power for interurban electric traction transportation in Bay City. This buildin... more

Bay City Traction & Electric Company, Power Station, 301 Washington Street, Bay City, Bay County, MI

Bay City Traction & Electric Company, Power Station, 301 Washington St...

Significance: the Bay City Traction and Electric Power Company Power Station was constructed as a steam generating plant providing power for interurban electric traction transportation in Bay City. This buildin... more

Bay City Traction & Electric Company, Power Station, 301 Washington Street, Bay City, Bay County, MI

Bay City Traction & Electric Company, Power Station, 301 Washington St...

Significance: the Bay City Traction and Electric Power Company Power Station was constructed as a steam generating plant providing power for interurban electric traction transportation in Bay City. This buildin... more

Bay City Traction & Electric Company, Power Station, 301 Washington Street, Bay City, Bay County, MI

Bay City Traction & Electric Company, Power Station, 301 Washington St...

Significance: the Bay City Traction and Electric Power Company Power Station was constructed as a steam generating plant providing power for interurban electric traction transportation in Bay City. This buildin... more

Bay City Traction & Electric Company, Power Station, 301 Washington Street, Bay City, Bay County, MI

Bay City Traction & Electric Company, Power Station, 301 Washington St...

Significance: the Bay City Traction and Electric Power Company Power Station was constructed as a steam generating plant providing power for interurban electric traction transportation in Bay City. This buildin... more

Bay City Traction & Electric Company, Power Station, 301 Washington Street, Bay City, Bay County, MI

Bay City Traction & Electric Company, Power Station, 301 Washington St...

Significance: the Bay City Traction and Electric Power Company Power Station was constructed as a steam generating plant providing power for interurban electric traction transportation in Bay City. This buildin... more

Bay City Traction & Electric Company, Power Station, 301 Washington Street, Bay City, Bay County, MI

Bay City Traction & Electric Company, Power Station, 301 Washington St...

Significance: the Bay City Traction and Electric Power Company Power Station was constructed as a steam generating plant providing power for interurban electric traction transportation in Bay City. This buildin... more

Bay City Traction & Electric Company, Power Station, 301 Washington Street, Bay City, Bay County, MI

Bay City Traction & Electric Company, Power Station, 301 Washington St...

Significance: the Bay City Traction and Electric Power Company Power Station was constructed as a steam generating plant providing power for interurban electric traction transportation in Bay City. This buildin... more

Bay City Traction & Electric Company, Power Station, 301 Washington Street, Bay City, Bay County, MI

Bay City Traction & Electric Company, Power Station, 301 Washington St...

Significance: the Bay City Traction and Electric Power Company Power Station was constructed as a steam generating plant providing power for interurban electric traction transportation in Bay City. This buildin... more

Bay City Traction & Electric Company, Power Station, 301 Washington Street, Bay City, Bay County, MI

Bay City Traction & Electric Company, Power Station, 301 Washington St...

Significance: the Bay City Traction and Electric Power Company Power Station was constructed as a steam generating plant providing power for interurban electric traction transportation in Bay City. This buildin... more

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