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Well House, 1009 Monroe Street, Herndon, Fairfax County, VA

Well House, 1009 Monroe Street, Herndon, Fairfax County, VA

This documentation was completed for a class at the University of Virginia & subsequently donated to the HABS collection. Significance: Although no firm construction date can be applied, the Well House was buil... more

Tudor Grove, Garden Shed, Old Lynchburg Road (Route 631), Charlottesville, Charlottesville, VA

Tudor Grove, Garden Shed, Old Lynchburg Road (Route 631), Charlottesvi...

This documentation was completed for a class at the University of Virginia & subsequently donated to the HABS collection. Significance: Tudor Grove plantation is located approximately two miles south of Charlot... more

Craigs Store, 2732 Craigs Store Road (Route 635), Batesville, Albemarle County, VA

Craigs Store, 2732 Craigs Store Road (Route 635), Batesville, Albemarl...

Between Batesville & Afton, although address listed as Afton, VA 22920. This documentation was completed for a class at the University of Virginia & subsequently donated to the HABS collection. Significance: Cr... more

Seawall, Foot of Hamilton Street, Beaufort, Beaufort County, SC

Seawall, Foot of Hamilton Street, Beaufort, Beaufort County, SC

Significance: Extant sea walls illustrate tabby's utility for large scale public works projects, and a transition in fabrication after the Civil War which involved the substitution of Portland cement for oyster... more

Beverley's Mill, State Route 55, Haymarket, Prince William County, VA

Beverley's Mill, State Route 55, Haymarket, Prince William County, VA

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N2115 Survey number: HABS VA-828

Arnest, Dauphin & Diamond Drives & 33rd Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Arnest, Dauphin & Diamond Drives & 33rd Street, Philadelphia, Philadel...

Significance: Apparently erected around 1810 as a Philadelphia businessman's rural retreat, Arnest is one of the later and more modest villas purchased by the City of Philadelphia during the mid-19th century fo... more

Page's Store, Intersection of Route 692 & Route 635, Batesville, Albemarle County, VA

Page's Store, Intersection of Route 692 & Route 635, Batesville, Albem...

This documentation was completed for a class at the University of Virginia & subsequently donated to the HABS collection. Significance: Page's Country Store is an L-shaped, wood frame structure originally used ... more

Oakland Plantation, Turkey Coop, Route 494, Bermuda, Natchitoches Parish, LA

Oakland Plantation, Turkey Coop, Route 494, Bermuda, Natchitoches Pari...

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N794 Survey number: HABS LA-1192-S National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 79001073

Tacony, Mary Disston School, North side of 4500 block of Longshore Avenue between Glenloch & Ditman Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Tacony, Mary Disston School, North side of 4500 block of Longshore Ave...

Significance: Now housing St. Josephat's Ukrainian Catholic School, the Mary Disston School was the third public school building constructed in Tacony. It was named for the wife of Henry Disston, who was the f... more

Meriwether House, Smokehouse/Dairy, Keswick, Albemarle County, VA

Meriwether House, Smokehouse/Dairy, Keswick, Albemarle County, VA

This documentation was completed for a class at the University of Virginia & subsequently donated to the HABS collection. Significance: The structure is maintained and utilized by the Barnes family as a worksho... more

Oakland Plantation, Privy, Route 494, Bermuda, Natchitoches Parish, LA

Oakland Plantation, Privy, Route 494, Bermuda, Natchitoches Parish, LA

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N793 Survey number: HABS LA-1192-R National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 79001073

Longmire Administration Building, Longmire, Pierce County, WA

Longmire Administration Building, Longmire, Pierce County, WA

Survey number: HABS WA-221 National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 87001338

Stafford Plantation, Saint Marys, Camden County, GA
Arlington National Cemetery, Ord-Weitzel Gate, Arlington, Arlington County, VA

Arlington National Cemetery, Ord-Weitzel Gate, Arlington, Arlington Co...

Significance: After the August 1814 fire, architect James Hoban was responsible for restoring the President's Mansion and nearby Executive Department office buildings. He used masons from Scotland to do the st... more

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place, McLean, Fairfax County, VA

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place...

Significance: The garden apartment complex known as The Commons of McLean was constructed in five phases between 1965 and 1973 by the Westgate Corporation, in the rapidly developing area of Tysons Corner, Virgi... more

Finns Point National Cemetery, Lodge, Ft. Mott Road, Salem, Salem County, NJ

Finns Point National Cemetery, Lodge, Ft. Mott Road, Salem, Salem Coun...

Significance: The lodge at Finn's Point is the most intact example of the two-story, stripped-down Second Empire style design for the superintendent lodges approved by the Office of the Quartermaster General in... more

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Significance: Fort Hill was the home of the nineteenth-century statesman John C. Calhoun and his son-in-law Thomas Green Clemson, the founder of Clemson University. The house began in 1803 as a small, two-story... more

Tacony, St. Leo the Great Catholic Church, Located at northern end of block bounded by Tulip & Keystone Streets, & Magee & Unruh Avenues, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Tacony, St. Leo the Great Catholic Church, Located at northern end of ...

Significance: As the first "standard" Roman Catholic parish in Tacony, St. Leo the Great remains an important and viable community landmark, both physically and institutionally. The parish buildings include an... more

Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2021 Diamond Street, north side between North Woodstock & North Lambert Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2021 Diamond Stre...

Significance: The Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church remains an important landmark to both North Philadelphia's past and present. Designed by the prominent firm of Hazelhurst and Huckel, the b... more

Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2021 Diamond Street, north side between North Woodstock & North Lambert Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2021 Diamond Stre...

Significance: The Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church remains an important landmark to both North Philadelphia's past and present. Designed by the prominent firm of Hazelhurst and Huckel, the b... more

Tacony, St. Leo the Great Catholic Church, Located at northern end of block bounded by Tulip & Keystone Streets, & Magee & Unruh Avenues, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Tacony, St. Leo the Great Catholic Church, Located at northern end of ...

Significance: As the first "standard" Roman Catholic parish in Tacony, St. Leo the Great remains an important and viable community landmark, both physically and institutionally. The parish buildings include an... more

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Significance: Fort Hill was the home of the nineteenth-century statesman John C. Calhoun and his son-in-law Thomas Green Clemson, the founder of Clemson University. The house began in 1803 as a small, two-story... more

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place, McLean, Fairfax County, VA

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place...

Significance: The garden apartment complex known as The Commons of McLean was constructed in five phases between 1965 and 1973 by the Westgate Corporation, in the rapidly developing area of Tysons Corner, Virgi... more

Finns Point National Cemetery, Lodge, Ft. Mott Road, Salem, Salem County, NJ

Finns Point National Cemetery, Lodge, Ft. Mott Road, Salem, Salem Coun...

Significance: The lodge at Finn's Point is the most intact example of the two-story, stripped-down Second Empire style design for the superintendent lodges approved by the Office of the Quartermaster General in... more

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Significance: Fort Hill was the home of the nineteenth-century statesman John C. Calhoun and his son-in-law Thomas Green Clemson, the founder of Clemson University. The house began in 1803 as a small, two-story... more

Finns Point National Cemetery, Lodge, Ft. Mott Road, Salem, Salem County, NJ

Finns Point National Cemetery, Lodge, Ft. Mott Road, Salem, Salem Coun...

Significance: The lodge at Finn's Point is the most intact example of the two-story, stripped-down Second Empire style design for the superintendent lodges approved by the Office of the Quartermaster General in... more

Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2021 Diamond Street, north side between North Woodstock & North Lambert Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2021 Diamond Stre...

Significance: The Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church remains an important landmark to both North Philadelphia's past and present. Designed by the prominent firm of Hazelhurst and Huckel, the b... more

Tacony, St. Leo the Great Catholic Church, Located at northern end of block bounded by Tulip & Keystone Streets, & Magee & Unruh Avenues, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Tacony, St. Leo the Great Catholic Church, Located at northern end of ...

Significance: As the first "standard" Roman Catholic parish in Tacony, St. Leo the Great remains an important and viable community landmark, both physically and institutionally. The parish buildings include an... more

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place, McLean, Fairfax County, VA

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place...

Significance: The garden apartment complex known as The Commons of McLean was constructed in five phases between 1965 and 1973 by the Westgate Corporation, in the rapidly developing area of Tysons Corner, Virgi... more

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place, McLean, Fairfax County, VA

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place...

Significance: The garden apartment complex known as The Commons of McLean was constructed in five phases between 1965 and 1973 by the Westgate Corporation, in the rapidly developing area of Tysons Corner, Virgi... more

Tacony, St. Leo the Great Catholic Church, Located at northern end of block bounded by Tulip & Keystone Streets, & Magee & Unruh Avenues, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Tacony, St. Leo the Great Catholic Church, Located at northern end of ...

Significance: As the first "standard" Roman Catholic parish in Tacony, St. Leo the Great remains an important and viable community landmark, both physically and institutionally. The parish buildings include an... more

Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2021 Diamond Street, north side between North Woodstock & North Lambert Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2021 Diamond Stre...

Significance: The Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church remains an important landmark to both North Philadelphia's past and present. Designed by the prominent firm of Hazelhurst and Huckel, the b... more

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Significance: Fort Hill was the home of the nineteenth-century statesman John C. Calhoun and his son-in-law Thomas Green Clemson, the founder of Clemson University. The house began in 1803 as a small, two-story... more

Finns Point National Cemetery, Lodge, Ft. Mott Road, Salem, Salem County, NJ

Finns Point National Cemetery, Lodge, Ft. Mott Road, Salem, Salem Coun...

Significance: The lodge at Finn's Point is the most intact example of the two-story, stripped-down Second Empire style design for the superintendent lodges approved by the Office of the Quartermaster General in... more

Finns Point National Cemetery, Lodge, Ft. Mott Road, Salem, Salem County, NJ

Finns Point National Cemetery, Lodge, Ft. Mott Road, Salem, Salem Coun...

Significance: The lodge at Finn's Point is the most intact example of the two-story, stripped-down Second Empire style design for the superintendent lodges approved by the Office of the Quartermaster General in... more

Tacony, St. Leo the Great Catholic Church, Located at northern end of block bounded by Tulip & Keystone Streets, & Magee & Unruh Avenues, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Tacony, St. Leo the Great Catholic Church, Located at northern end of ...

Significance: As the first "standard" Roman Catholic parish in Tacony, St. Leo the Great remains an important and viable community landmark, both physically and institutionally. The parish buildings include an... more

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Significance: Fort Hill was the home of the nineteenth-century statesman John C. Calhoun and his son-in-law Thomas Green Clemson, the founder of Clemson University. The house began in 1803 as a small, two-story... more

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place, McLean, Fairfax County, VA

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place...

Significance: The garden apartment complex known as The Commons of McLean was constructed in five phases between 1965 and 1973 by the Westgate Corporation, in the rapidly developing area of Tysons Corner, Virgi... more

Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2021 Diamond Street, north side between North Woodstock & North Lambert Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2021 Diamond Stre...

Significance: The Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church remains an important landmark to both North Philadelphia's past and present. Designed by the prominent firm of Hazelhurst and Huckel, the b... more

Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2021 Diamond Street, north side between North Woodstock & North Lambert Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2021 Diamond Stre...

Significance: The Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church remains an important landmark to both North Philadelphia's past and present. Designed by the prominent firm of Hazelhurst and Huckel, the b... more

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place, McLean, Fairfax County, VA

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place...

Significance: The garden apartment complex known as The Commons of McLean was constructed in five phases between 1965 and 1973 by the Westgate Corporation, in the rapidly developing area of Tysons Corner, Virgi... more

Finns Point National Cemetery, Lodge, Ft. Mott Road, Salem, Salem County, NJ

Finns Point National Cemetery, Lodge, Ft. Mott Road, Salem, Salem Coun...

Significance: The lodge at Finn's Point is the most intact example of the two-story, stripped-down Second Empire style design for the superintendent lodges approved by the Office of the Quartermaster General in... more

Tacony, St. Leo the Great Catholic Church, Located at northern end of block bounded by Tulip & Keystone Streets, & Magee & Unruh Avenues, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Tacony, St. Leo the Great Catholic Church, Located at northern end of ...

Significance: As the first "standard" Roman Catholic parish in Tacony, St. Leo the Great remains an important and viable community landmark, both physically and institutionally. The parish buildings include an... more

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Significance: Fort Hill was the home of the nineteenth-century statesman John C. Calhoun and his son-in-law Thomas Green Clemson, the founder of Clemson University. The house began in 1803 as a small, two-story... more

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place, McLean, Fairfax County, VA

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place...

Significance: The garden apartment complex known as The Commons of McLean was constructed in five phases between 1965 and 1973 by the Westgate Corporation, in the rapidly developing area of Tysons Corner, Virgi... more

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Significance: Fort Hill was the home of the nineteenth-century statesman John C. Calhoun and his son-in-law Thomas Green Clemson, the founder of Clemson University. The house began in 1803 as a small, two-story... more

Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2021 Diamond Street, north side between North Woodstock & North Lambert Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2021 Diamond Stre...

Significance: The Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church remains an important landmark to both North Philadelphia's past and present. Designed by the prominent firm of Hazelhurst and Huckel, the b... more

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place, McLean, Fairfax County, VA

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place...

Significance: The garden apartment complex known as The Commons of McLean was constructed in five phases between 1965 and 1973 by the Westgate Corporation, in the rapidly developing area of Tysons Corner, Virgi... more

Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2021 Diamond Street, north side between North Woodstock & North Lambert Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2021 Diamond Stre...

Significance: The Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church remains an important landmark to both North Philadelphia's past and present. Designed by the prominent firm of Hazelhurst and Huckel, the b... more

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Significance: Fort Hill was the home of the nineteenth-century statesman John C. Calhoun and his son-in-law Thomas Green Clemson, the founder of Clemson University. The house began in 1803 as a small, two-story... more

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place, McLean, Fairfax County, VA

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place...

Significance: The garden apartment complex known as The Commons of McLean was constructed in five phases between 1965 and 1973 by the Westgate Corporation, in the rapidly developing area of Tysons Corner, Virgi... more

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Significance: Fort Hill was the home of the nineteenth-century statesman John C. Calhoun and his son-in-law Thomas Green Clemson, the founder of Clemson University. The house began in 1803 as a small, two-story... more

Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2021 Diamond Street, north side between North Woodstock & North Lambert Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2021 Diamond Stre...

Significance: The Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church remains an important landmark to both North Philadelphia's past and present. Designed by the prominent firm of Hazelhurst and Huckel, the b... more

Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2021 Diamond Street, north side between North Woodstock & North Lambert Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2021 Diamond Stre...

Significance: The Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church remains an important landmark to both North Philadelphia's past and present. Designed by the prominent firm of Hazelhurst and Huckel, the b... more

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place, McLean, Fairfax County, VA

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place...

Significance: The garden apartment complex known as The Commons of McLean was constructed in five phases between 1965 and 1973 by the Westgate Corporation, in the rapidly developing area of Tysons Corner, Virgi... more

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Significance: Fort Hill was the home of the nineteenth-century statesman John C. Calhoun and his son-in-law Thomas Green Clemson, the founder of Clemson University. The house began in 1803 as a small, two-story... more

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Significance: Fort Hill was the home of the nineteenth-century statesman John C. Calhoun and his son-in-law Thomas Green Clemson, the founder of Clemson University. The house began in 1803 as a small, two-story... more

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place, McLean, Fairfax County, VA

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place...

Significance: The garden apartment complex known as The Commons of McLean was constructed in five phases between 1965 and 1973 by the Westgate Corporation, in the rapidly developing area of Tysons Corner, Virgi... more

Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2021 Diamond Street, north side between North Woodstock & North Lambert Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2021 Diamond Stre...

Significance: The Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church remains an important landmark to both North Philadelphia's past and present. Designed by the prominent firm of Hazelhurst and Huckel, the b... more

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place, McLean, Fairfax County, VA

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place...

Significance: The garden apartment complex known as The Commons of McLean was constructed in five phases between 1965 and 1973 by the Westgate Corporation, in the rapidly developing area of Tysons Corner, Virgi... more

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Significance: Fort Hill was the home of the nineteenth-century statesman John C. Calhoun and his son-in-law Thomas Green Clemson, the founder of Clemson University. The house began in 1803 as a small, two-story... more

Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2021 Diamond Street, north side between North Woodstock & North Lambert Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2021 Diamond Stre...

Significance: The Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church remains an important landmark to both North Philadelphia's past and present. Designed by the prominent firm of Hazelhurst and Huckel, the b... more

Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2021 Diamond Street, north side between North Woodstock & North Lambert Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2021 Diamond Stre...

Significance: The Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church remains an important landmark to both North Philadelphia's past and present. Designed by the prominent firm of Hazelhurst and Huckel, the b... more

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place, McLean, Fairfax County, VA

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place...

Significance: The garden apartment complex known as The Commons of McLean was constructed in five phases between 1965 and 1973 by the Westgate Corporation, in the rapidly developing area of Tysons Corner, Virgi... more

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Significance: Fort Hill was the home of the nineteenth-century statesman John C. Calhoun and his son-in-law Thomas Green Clemson, the founder of Clemson University. The house began in 1803 as a small, two-story... more

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place, McLean, Fairfax County, VA

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place...

Significance: The garden apartment complex known as The Commons of McLean was constructed in five phases between 1965 and 1973 by the Westgate Corporation, in the rapidly developing area of Tysons Corner, Virgi... more

Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2021 Diamond Street, north side between North Woodstock & North Lambert Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2021 Diamond Stre...

Significance: The Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church remains an important landmark to both North Philadelphia's past and present. Designed by the prominent firm of Hazelhurst and Huckel, the b... more

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Significance: Fort Hill was the home of the nineteenth-century statesman John C. Calhoun and his son-in-law Thomas Green Clemson, the founder of Clemson University. The house began in 1803 as a small, two-story... more

Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2021 Diamond Street, north side between North Woodstock & North Lambert Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2021 Diamond Stre...

Significance: The Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church remains an important landmark to both North Philadelphia's past and present. Designed by the prominent firm of Hazelhurst and Huckel, the b... more

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place, McLean, Fairfax County, VA

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place...

Significance: The garden apartment complex known as The Commons of McLean was constructed in five phases between 1965 and 1973 by the Westgate Corporation, in the rapidly developing area of Tysons Corner, Virgi... more

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Significance: Fort Hill was the home of the nineteenth-century statesman John C. Calhoun and his son-in-law Thomas Green Clemson, the founder of Clemson University. The house began in 1803 as a small, two-story... more

Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2021 Diamond Street, north side between North Woodstock & North Lambert Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2021 Diamond Stre...

Significance: The Jones Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal Church remains an important landmark to both North Philadelphia's past and present. Designed by the prominent firm of Hazelhurst and Huckel, the b... more

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place, McLean, Fairfax County, VA

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place...

Significance: The garden apartment complex known as The Commons of McLean was constructed in five phases between 1965 and 1973 by the Westgate Corporation, in the rapidly developing area of Tysons Corner, Virgi... more

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Significance: Fort Hill was the home of the nineteenth-century statesman John C. Calhoun and his son-in-law Thomas Green Clemson, the founder of Clemson University. The house began in 1803 as a small, two-story... more

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Significance: Fort Hill was the home of the nineteenth-century statesman John C. Calhoun and his son-in-law Thomas Green Clemson, the founder of Clemson University. The house began in 1803 as a small, two-story... more

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place, McLean, Fairfax County, VA

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place...

Significance: The garden apartment complex known as The Commons of McLean was constructed in five phases between 1965 and 1973 by the Westgate Corporation, in the rapidly developing area of Tysons Corner, Virgi... more

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place, McLean, Fairfax County, VA

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place...

Significance: The garden apartment complex known as The Commons of McLean was constructed in five phases between 1965 and 1973 by the Westgate Corporation, in the rapidly developing area of Tysons Corner, Virgi... more

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Significance: Fort Hill was the home of the nineteenth-century statesman John C. Calhoun and his son-in-law Thomas Green Clemson, the founder of Clemson University. The house began in 1803 as a small, two-story... more

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place, McLean, Fairfax County, VA

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place...

Significance: The garden apartment complex known as The Commons of McLean was constructed in five phases between 1965 and 1973 by the Westgate Corporation, in the rapidly developing area of Tysons Corner, Virgi... more

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Significance: Fort Hill was the home of the nineteenth-century statesman John C. Calhoun and his son-in-law Thomas Green Clemson, the founder of Clemson University. The house began in 1803 as a small, two-story... more

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Significance: Fort Hill was the home of the nineteenth-century statesman John C. Calhoun and his son-in-law Thomas Green Clemson, the founder of Clemson University. The house began in 1803 as a small, two-story... more

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place, McLean, Fairfax County, VA

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place...

Significance: The garden apartment complex known as The Commons of McLean was constructed in five phases between 1965 and 1973 by the Westgate Corporation, in the rapidly developing area of Tysons Corner, Virgi... more

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place, McLean, Fairfax County, VA

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place...

Significance: The garden apartment complex known as The Commons of McLean was constructed in five phases between 1965 and 1973 by the Westgate Corporation, in the rapidly developing area of Tysons Corner, Virgi... more

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Significance: Fort Hill was the home of the nineteenth-century statesman John C. Calhoun and his son-in-law Thomas Green Clemson, the founder of Clemson University. The house began in 1803 as a small, two-story... more

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Significance: Fort Hill was the home of the nineteenth-century statesman John C. Calhoun and his son-in-law Thomas Green Clemson, the founder of Clemson University. The house began in 1803 as a small, two-story... more

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place, McLean, Fairfax County, VA

The Commons of McLean, 1601-35 Anderson Road & 7500-36 Ambergate Place...

Significance: The garden apartment complex known as The Commons of McLean was constructed in five phases between 1965 and 1973 by the Westgate Corporation, in the rapidly developing area of Tysons Corner, Virgi... more

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Significance: Fort Hill was the home of the nineteenth-century statesman John C. Calhoun and his son-in-law Thomas Green Clemson, the founder of Clemson University. The house began in 1803 as a small, two-story... more

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Significance: Fort Hill was the home of the nineteenth-century statesman John C. Calhoun and his son-in-law Thomas Green Clemson, the founder of Clemson University. The house began in 1803 as a small, two-story... more

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Significance: Fort Hill was the home of the nineteenth-century statesman John C. Calhoun and his son-in-law Thomas Green Clemson, the founder of Clemson University. The house began in 1803 as a small, two-story... more

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Significance: Fort Hill was the home of the nineteenth-century statesman John C. Calhoun and his son-in-law Thomas Green Clemson, the founder of Clemson University. The house began in 1803 as a small, two-story... more

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Fort Hill, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Significance: Fort Hill was the home of the nineteenth-century statesman John C. Calhoun and his son-in-law Thomas Green Clemson, the founder of Clemson University. The house began in 1803 as a small, two-story... more

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