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Tire Company, South side of State Route 53 between Frances Street/State Route 124, Braselton, Jackson County, GA

Tire Company, South side of State Route 53 between Frances Street/Stat...

Significance: The Tire Company is a contributing historic resource in the Braselton National Register of Historic Places District and represents the automobile-oriented commercial significance of the district. ... more

Captain Thomas Paine House, East Shore Road, Jamestown, Newport County, RI

Captain Thomas Paine House, East Shore Road, Jamestown, Newport County...

Significance: Pictured in a 1882 drawing by Edwin Whitefield, and restored in 1950-52 under the direction of architect John Hutchins Cady, the Captain Thomas Paine House is a two-story, three-bay, wood frame, s... more

Morice-Babbitt House, 328 Hope Street, Bristol, Bristol County, RI

Morice-Babbitt House, 328 Hope Street, Bristol, Bristol County, RI

Significance: The five-bay, wood-frame dwelling was built for merchants Jacob Babbitt and Barnard Smith by about 1800; it is unclear whether they intended to use the building as a double house. Nonetheless, it ... more

Elder John Bliss House, 2 Wilbur Avenue, Newport, Newport County, RI

Elder John Bliss House, 2 Wilbur Avenue, Newport, Newport County, RI

Significance: The Elder Bliss House is one of two stone-enders remaining in Newport today. Survey number: HABS RI-104 Building/structure dates: 1715 Initial Construction

Robert Purkis House, 37 Charles Field Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Robert Purkis House, 37 Charles Field Street, Providence, Providence C...

Significance: This is a typical example of a medium-sized wood house, with very few alterations, built about 1823. Survey number: HABS RI-202 Building/structure dates: ca. 1823 Initial Construction Building/... more

Deacon Edward Taylor House, 9 Thomas Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Deacon Edward Taylor House, 9 Thomas Street, Providence, Providence Co...

Significance: This is a medium-sized frame house built in the 1780s. Survey number: HABS RI-243 Building/structure dates: after 1780 Initial Construction

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

Christopher Arnold House, 7 Arnold Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Christopher Arnold House, 7 Arnold Street, Providence, Providence Coun...

Significance: This is a typical example of the small frame houses with a center chimney type plan built in Providence at the end of the eighteenth century. The Greek Revival porch and mantels were added later. ... more

Captain Elijah Cobb House, Lower Road, Brewster, Barnstable County, MA

Captain Elijah Cobb House, Lower Road, Brewster, Barnstable County, MA

Significance: A fine example of late 18th century mansion in the Georgian tradition. It was the home of Captain Elijah Cobb (1768-1848), a colorful skipper who left his memoirs. Survey number: HABS MA-732 Bu... more

Samuel Gorton, Jr. House, 777 Love Lane, East Greenwich, Kent County, RI

Samuel Gorton, Jr. House, 777 Love Lane, East Greenwich, Kent County, ...

Significance: At the core of this late seventeenth-century, stone-ender house is a pilastered, stone chimney. The house was expanded several times giving it a somewhat rambling feel today. Of note inside are th... more

5703 Sixteenth Avenue (House), 5703 Sixteenth Avenue, Valley, Chambers County, AL

5703 Sixteenth Avenue (House), 5703 Sixteenth Avenue, Valley, Chambers...

Significance: As originally built ca. 1880, this "double-pen" textile mill workers' house provided three rooms for each dwelling. The interior walls and ceilings were finished with horizontally laid double-bea... more

Rapide Croche Lock & Dam, Garage, Approximately 65 feet of lockkeeper's residence, Wrightstown, Brown County, WI

Rapide Croche Lock & Dam, Garage, Approximately 65 feet of lockkeeper'...

Significance: The garage served as part of the lockkeeper's residence complex. Survey number: HAER WI-91-C Building/structure dates: 1979 Initial Construction National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number... more

Kaukauna Lock & Dam, Storage Building at Lock 3, Approximately 30 feet West of Dry Dock, Kaukauna, Outagamie County, WI

Kaukauna Lock & Dam, Storage Building at Lock 3, Approximately 30 feet...

Significance: This frame storage/garage serves as part of the Fox River Project Office located at Kaukauna Lock 3. The storage facility is an important part of the Kaukauna Locks and Dam Complex. Survey number... more

Norfolk City Hall & Courthouse, 421 East City Hall Avenue, Norfolk, Norfolk, VA

Norfolk City Hall & Courthouse, 421 East City Hall Avenue, Norfolk, No...

Significance: Norfolk became an independent city by Act of Assembly in 1845. Almost immediately thereafter, the City Council and citizens began planning the construction of a new City Hall building and courtho... more

Betsy Williams Cottage, Roger Williams Park, Providence, Providence County, RI

Betsy Williams Cottage, Roger Williams Park, Providence, Providence Co...

Significance: Built by Nathaniel Williams, the house was willed to the City of Providence by Williams's granddaughter Betsy in 1871. It is located in Roger Williams Park and is part of the National Historic Dis... more

Menasha Lock & Dam, Lockkeeper's Residence, Approximately 75 feet east of upper gate, Menasha, Winnebago County, WI

Menasha Lock & Dam, Lockkeeper's Residence, Approximately 75 feet east...

Significance: The lockkeeper's residence served as a residence for the lockkeeper and family, functioning as part of the operation of the Menasha Lock and Dam Complex. Survey number: HAER WI-90-A Building/str... more

Pond-Copeland House, 407 East Columbia Street, Falls Church, Falls Church, VA

Pond-Copeland House, 407 East Columbia Street, Falls Church, Falls Chu...

Significance: Interesting example of late 19th century, vernacular residence. Originally owned by Benjamin Pond. Survey number: HABS VA-737 Building/structure dates: 18q4 Initial Construction

221-225 South Lee Street (Houses), Alexandria, Independent City, VA

221-225 South Lee Street (Houses), Alexandria, Independent City, VA

Survey number: HABS VA-475 Building/structure dates: 17t2 Initial Construction National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 66000928

Appleton Locks & Dams, Lock Shelter at Lock 2, North of Lock 2, near Upper Gate, Appleton, Outagamie County, WI

Appleton Locks & Dams, Lock Shelter at Lock 2, North of Lock 2, near U...

Significance: The lock shelter provides shelter for the lockkeeper while on active duty. Further, the lock shelter provides office space and first aid facilities for office personnel. As such, the lock shelte... more

Abner Hall House, 116 Hope Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Abner Hall House, 116 Hope Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Significance: This is a typical example of a small frame house in Providence built between 1825 and 1828. Survey number: HABS RI-198 Building/structure dates: 1828 Initial Construction

St. Elizabeths Hospital, Tool House, 2700 Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, Southeast, Holly Street Southeast, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

St. Elizabeths Hospital, Tool House, 2700 Martin Luther King Jr. Avenu...

For an overview of the Shops and Support Structures, see HABS DC-349-CC Significance: The Tool House is significant for its association with the development of campus-wide infrastructure to support the west cam... more

Gold Placers Incorporated, Worker Quarters, Near Coal Creek & Yukon River, Eagle, Southeast Fairbanks Census Area, AK

Gold Placers Incorporated, Worker Quarters, Near Coal Creek & Yukon Ri...

Significance: Gold mining is an important theme in the history of the upper Yukon River region in Alaska and Canada. One of several mining camps in the area, the Coal Creek Mining Camp contains many important c... more

John Whipple House, 54 College Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

John Whipple House, 54 College Street, Providence, Providence County, ...

Significance: This is an example of a large frame house, enlarged and altered several times, but characteristic of the 1850s in its general exterior appearance and detail. Survey number: HABS RI-208 Building/... more

Kaukauna Lock & Dam, Lock Shelter at Lock 5, On Northern Embankment, near Upper Gate, Kaukauna, Outagamie County, WI

Kaukauna Lock & Dam, Lock Shelter at Lock 5, On Northern Embankment, n...

Significance: The lock shelter provides shelter for the lockkeeper while on active duty. In addition, the lock shelter provides office space and first aid facilities for office personnel. As such the lock shelt... more

Pig Alley Block Study, 406-408 Hurt Street (Double House), Petersburg, Petersburg, VA

Pig Alley Block Study, 406-408 Hurt Street (Double House), Petersburg,...

Significance: This building, probably constructed c. 1835, is a double worker's tenement in a village complex of workers houses. The complex was built for workers in the many flour and cotton mills which were ... more

Samuel Staples House, 52 Benefit Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Samuel Staples House, 52 Benefit Street, Providence, Providence County...

Significance: This is a typical small frame house of the 1790s. Survey number: HABS RI-145 Building/structure dates: after 1790 Initial Construction

Menasha Lock & Dam, Garage, Approximately 30 feet northeast of lockkeeper's residence, Menasha, Winnebago County, WI

Menasha Lock & Dam, Garage, Approximately 30 feet northeast of lockkee...

Significance: The garage associated with the lockkeeper's residence is used by the lockkeeper and family, and functions as part of the operation of the Menasha Lock and Dam Complex. Survey number: HAER WI-90-C... more

Edward S. Underwood House, 28 John Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Edward S. Underwood House, 28 John Street, Providence, Providence Coun...

Significance: This is an example of a smaller, two-story, frame house of the 1820s. Survey number: HABS RI-244 Building/structure dates: 1827 Initial Construction

Langdale Kindergarten, 6101 Twentieth Avenue, Valley, Chambers County, AL

Langdale Kindergarten, 6101 Twentieth Avenue, Valley, Chambers County,...

Significance: Langdale Kindergarten was constructed as a community resource for the employees of the Langdale Cotton Mill ca. 1915. It was initially used as a kindergarten/library, but was renovated in 1984 to ... more

John Smith House, 4 Gold Street, Wickford, Washington County, RI

John Smith House, 4 Gold Street, Wickford, Washington County, RI

Survey number: HABS RI-63 Building/structure dates: 1798 Initial Construction

Captain John Jenks House, Great Road, Saylesville, Kent County, RI

Captain John Jenks House, Great Road, Saylesville, Kent County, RI

Survey number: HABS RI-92 Building/structure dates: 17q4 Initial Construction

Ebenezer Knight Dexter House, 300 Angell Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Ebenezer Knight Dexter House, 300 Angell Street, Providence, Providenc...

Significance: This is a moderately large frame house with brick ends, built about 1800. Survey number: HABS RI-178 Building/structure dates: 1805 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: ca. 1820 Subse... more

Franklin Smith House, 9 Hidden Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Franklin Smith House, 9 Hidden Street, Providence, Providence County, ...

Significance: This is a very small frame house, built before 1829. Survey number: HABS RI-220 Building/structure dates: ca. 1820 Initial Construction

Mark Anthony DeWolf House, Poppasquash Neck, Bristol, Bristol County, RI

Mark Anthony DeWolf House, Poppasquash Neck, Bristol, Bristol County, ...

Significance: The house was designed by Russell Warren in 1840 and burned in 1919. The HABS photograph is a photocopy of a historic view, and it shows the house with porticoes on the front and rear. Warren's ov... more

Epenetus Olney House, 370 Woonasquatucket Avenue, Centerdale, Providence County, RI

Epenetus Olney House, 370 Woonasquatucket Avenue, Centerdale, Providen...

Significance: Although now demolished, the Epenetus Olney House was an example of a wood building with a Rhode Island stone end wall. Survey number: HABS RI-89 Building/structure dates: 1702 Initial Construc... more

Exchange Coffee House, 1-5 Market Square, Providence, Providence County, RI

Exchange Coffee House, 1-5 Market Square, Providence, Providence Count...

Survey number: HABS RI-98 Building/structure dates: 1750 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: ca. 1850 Demolished

William Greenman House, 24 Thayer Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

William Greenman House, 24 Thayer Street, Providence, Providence Count...

Significance: This is a typical, small frame house of the 1820s. Survey number: HABS RI-179 Building/structure dates: 1826 Initial Construction

DePere Lock & Dam, Lock Shelter, Near Upper Gate, De Pere, Brown County, WI

DePere Lock & Dam, Lock Shelter, Near Upper Gate, De Pere, Brown Count...

Significance: The lock shelter provides shelter for the lockkeeper while on active duty. Further, the lock shelter provides office space and first aid facilities for office personnel. As such the lock shelter... more

Pitt's Head Tavern, Bridge Street (moved from Clarke Street & 5 Charles Street), Newport, Newport County, RI

Pitt's Head Tavern, Bridge Street (moved from Clarke Street & 5 Charle...

Significance: The original house dates to around 1725, and it was expanded in the mid eighteenth century into the five-bay, gambrel roofed frame building that was home to Ebenezer Flagg. The chimney and stairca... more

Slater Mill, House "K", 20 School Street, Slatersville, Providence County, RI

Slater Mill, House "K", 20 School Street, Slatersville, Providence Cou...

Significance: The mill village of Slatersville was the earliest in Rhode Island, and it was established by William Almy, Obadiah Brown, with John and Samuel Slater. The Slater brothers joined Almy and Brown's f... more

Green Hill Plantation, Slave Quarters, State Route 728, Long Island, Campbell County, VA

Green Hill Plantation, Slave Quarters, State Route 728, Long Island, C...

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

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

Green Hill Plantation, Frame Barn, State Route 728, Long Island, Campb...

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

Peter W. Snow House, 104 Benevolent Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Peter W. Snow House, 104 Benevolent Street, Providence, Providence Cou...

Significance: This is a two-and-a-half-story, five-bay, frame house, probably built in 1830, with characteristic Greek Revival features. Survey number: HABS RI-188 Building/structure dates: ca. 1830 Initial C... more

Samuel Guild House, 53 Transit Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Samuel Guild House, 53 Transit Street, Providence, Providence County, ...

Significance: This is an example of a small, simple, frame house of the mid-nineteenth century, with an unusually steep roof, which has given it its name of "Lightning Splitter" house. Daniel Pearce built a on... more

Robert S. Burroughs House, 6 Cooke Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Robert S. Burroughs House, 6 Cooke Street, Providence, Providence Coun...

Significance: This is a typical example of a medium-sized frame house in Providence built between 1814 and 1817. Survey number: HABS RI-212 Building/structure dates: 1817 Initial Construction

260 Rennie Street (House), Graniteville, Aiken County, SC

260 Rennie Street (House), Graniteville, Aiken County, SC

Significance: Part of the "new town" section of Graniteville, located on the hill east of the mill complex and featuring a grid-plan street pattern with alleys running through the middle of the blocks. Survey ... more

Appleton Locks & Dams, Lock Shelter at Lock 3, North of Lock 3, midway between Upper & Lower Gates, Appleton, Outagamie County, WI

Appleton Locks & Dams, Lock Shelter at Lock 3, North of Lock 3, midway...

Significance: The lock shelter provides shelter for the lockkeeper while on active duty. Further, the lock shelter provides office space and first aid facilities for office personnel. As such, the lock shelte... more

St. Elizabeths Hospital, General StoreCanteen, 2700 Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, Southeast 574-576 Redwood Drive, Southeast, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

St. Elizabeths Hospital, General StoreCanteen, 2700 Martin Luther King...

For an overview of the Food Service Buildings, see HABS DC-349-CB Significance: The General Store/Canteen is significant as a context structure that contributes to the broader historic character of the St. Eliz... more

Rapide Croche Lock & Dam, Lock Shelter, On northern embankment near lower gate, Wrightstown, Brown County, WI

Rapide Croche Lock & Dam, Lock Shelter, On northern embankment near lo...

Significance: The lock shelter provides shelter for the lockkeeper while on active duty. Further, the lock shelter provides office space and first aid facilities for office personnel. As such the lock shelter f... more

Stephen Harris House, 135 Benefit Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Stephen Harris House, 135 Benefit Street, Providence, Providence Count...

Significance: This is an early, large frame house, preserved with few changes. Survey number: HABS RI-151 Building/structure dates: ca. 1765 Initial Construction

77 Taylor Street (House), Graniteville, Aiken County, SC

77 Taylor Street (House), Graniteville, Aiken County, SC

Significance: This dwelling was built c. 1848 as a boarding house for unmarried mill workers. Survey number: HAER SC-28 Building/structure dates: ca. 1848 Initial Construction

Governor Caleb Carr House, Conanicut Island, Jamestown, Newport County, RI

Governor Caleb Carr House, Conanicut Island, Jamestown, Newport County...

Significance: The house was evidently built in two phases, one of stone (ashlar) masonry and the other in wood. The house had a gable roof. Unfortunately, the house has been demolished. Survey number: HABS RI-... more

John Church-Levi Pearce House, 25-27 John Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

John Church-Levi Pearce House, 25-27 John Street, Providence, Providen...

Significance: This is one of the few examples of a two-family, double house in Providence. Survey number: HABS RI-240 Building/structure dates: 1820 Initial Construction

Cedars Lock & Dam, Lock Shelter, Approximately 35 feet Southwest of Upper Gate, Little Chute, Outagamie County, WI

Cedars Lock & Dam, Lock Shelter, Approximately 35 feet Southwest of Up...

Significance: The lock shelter provides shelter for the lockkeeper while on active duty. Further, the lock shelter provides office space and first aid facilities for office personnel. As such the lock shelter... more

Saint James' House, 1300 Charles Street, Fredericksburg, Fredericksburg, VA

Saint James' House, 1300 Charles Street, Fredericksburg, Fredericksbur...

2015 Leicester B. Holland Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The St. James' House was built on the outskirts of Fredericksburg, Virginia around 1768-69. Early records associated the construction of the buil... more

Archibald Blair House, Nicholson Street, Williamsburg, Williamsburg, VA

Archibald Blair House, Nicholson Street, Williamsburg, Williamsburg, V...

Survey number: HABS VA-196 Building/structure dates: 17t1 Initial Construction

Cyrus Cooke House, West Wrentham Road, Cumberland Hill, Providence County, RI

Cyrus Cooke House, West Wrentham Road, Cumberland Hill, Providence Cou...

Significance: The early nineteenth-century dwelling was constructed of wood and covered by a gable roof. Architectural detailing includes a doorway that is typical of the period with its top lights, sidelights ... more

Daniel Windsor House, Austin Avenue, Greenville, Providence County, RI

Daniel Windsor House, Austin Avenue, Greenville, Providence County, RI

Significance: The Daniel Windsor House is but one example of the Windsor family farmhouses along Austin Avenue; most trace their antecedents to the eighteenth century as this five-bay, center hall plan house do... more

John Tripp House, 981 Manton Avenue, Manton, Providence County, RI

John Tripp House, 981 Manton Avenue, Manton, Providence County, RI

Significance: The three-bay Tripp House was constructed around 1700 and burned in 1970. Survey number: HABS RI-79 Building/structure dates: 1700 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: 1970 Subsequent Work

Thomas Stafford Taylor House, 1305 Kingstown Road (State Route 138), Kingston, Washington County, RI

Thomas Stafford Taylor House, 1305 Kingstown Road (State Route 138), K...

Significance: Similar to the Asa Potter House, this five-bay, two-story frame dwelling is representative of Kingston's grand houses that are covered by balustraded, hip roofs with monitors. The Taylor House was... more

Reverend Francis Smith House, 35 Benefit Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Reverend Francis Smith House, 35 Benefit Street, Providence, Providenc...

Significance: This is a medium sized, two-story frame house, probably built in the mid-nineteenth century with interesting detail. John Hutchins Cady considers this house similar to the early Newport resort ar... more

Crouse Homestead, Barn, 9720 Walker Road, Belgrade, Gallatin County, MT

Crouse Homestead, Barn, 9720 Walker Road, Belgrade, Gallatin County, M...

2014 Charles E. Peterson Prize Significance: The Crouse Homestead is significant not only for its connection to a pioneering family of Montana's agricultural industry, but also as an example of a transitional p... more

Charles Augustus Magwood House, 61-63 Smith Street, Charleston, Charleston County, SC

Charles Augustus Magwood House, 61-63 Smith Street, Charleston, Charle...

2015 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: Constructed around 1825, the Charles Augustus Magwood house is an example of the typical Charleston single house, a vernacular residential type that dev... more

Alpha Rho Chi Fraternity House, 1108 South First Street, Champaign, Champaign County, IL

Alpha Rho Chi Fraternity House, 1108 South First Street, Champaign, Ch...

2015 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Alpha Rho Chi was the first architectural fraternity in the United States. The Alpha Rho Chi Fraternity House has contributed to the broad pattern of higher e... more

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Significance: "Effingham" was the home of Colonel William Alexander (1744-1848) and a descendant of Philip Alexander, second son of the emigrant. This is the same family for whom the city of Alexandria was nam... more

Bellmawr Park Mutual Housing Corporation, 45, 47, 49 & 51 Victory Drive, 45, 47, 49 & 51 Victory Drive, Bellmawr, Camden County, NJ

Bellmawr Park Mutual Housing Corporation, 45, 47, 49 & 51 Victory Driv...

Significance: Bellmawr Park was constructed in 1941 and consisted of 500 units, as part of a joint federal program with the Congress of Industrial Organizations for workers at local shipyards who could not affo... more

House of the Seven Gables, 54 Turner Street, Salem, Essex County, MA

House of the Seven Gables, 54 Turner Street, Salem, Essex County, MA

Photographs 1-4 are part of of the Pictorial Archives of Early American Architecture (PAEAA), also found in the Prints & Photographs Division of the Library of Congress. Significance: The house was lived in by ... more

Gooch Homestead, Barn, 10401 Gooch Hill Road, Gallatin Gateway, Gallatin County, MT

Gooch Homestead, Barn, 10401 Gooch Hill Road, Gallatin Gateway, Gallat...

2014 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: Edward Gooch was a prominent settler of the area. The ridge upon which his homestead resides carries his name to this day: Gooch Hill. This property ove... more

J. Arthur Roy House, 1204 Johnston Street, Lafayette, Lafayette Parish, LA

J. Arthur Roy House, 1204 Johnston Street, Lafayette, Lafayette Parish...

2015 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: The J. Arthur Roy House was constructed in 1901 at the same time as first buildings for Southwestern Louisiana Industrial Institute (later renamed University ... more

First Presbyterian Church, 450 Main Street, Skagway, Skagway, AK

First Presbyterian Church, 450 Main Street, Skagway, Skagway, AK

Significance: Arriving in Skagway in the summer of 1899 as part of the Klondike gold rush, the Rev. J.J. Walter, superintendent of missions in Alaska for the Methodist church, undertook the fundraising to build... more

Astoria Marine Construction Company, 92134 Front Road, Astoria, Clatsop County, OR

Astoria Marine Construction Company, 92134 Front Road, Astoria, Clatso...

Significance: According to the National Register nomination, the Astoria Marine Construction Company (AMCCO) is significant for its association with the period of American history dominated by the expansion of ... more

Skagway City Hall, 350 Fifth Avenue, Skagway, Skagway, AK

Skagway City Hall, 350 Fifth Avenue, Skagway, Skagway, AK

Significance: The construction of Skagway's first City Hall began in autumn 1897. A one-story (with attic) single-room structure, approximately 26' square, City Hall was built with horizontally laid hewn logs,... more

Ernest M. Wood Office and Studio, 126 North Eighth Street, Quincy, Adams County, IL

Ernest M. Wood Office and Studio, 126 North Eighth Street, Quincy, Ada...

2016 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: The building was designed by local Quincy architect Ernest M. Wood for his office and studio. Since the building was designed by the intended user, Wood was ... more

Deepwood House, 4697 West Finger Road, Fayetteville, Washington County, AR

Deepwood House, 4697 West Finger Road, Fayetteville, Washington County...

2016 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: Deepwood House is a significant example of modern academic residential design as practiced in the Ozark region during the post-World War II period. Deep... more

National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers - Battle Mountain Sanitarium, Engineer's Quarters, 500 North Fifth Street, Hot Springs, Fall River County, SD

National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers - Battle Mountain Sanita...

See HABS No. SD-24-S for photographs. See overview historical context HABS No. SD-24 for additional information on the Battle Mountain Sanitarium and the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers. Significa... more

Governor's Mansion, 231 North Liberty Street, Opelousas, St. Landry Parish, LA

Governor's Mansion, 231 North Liberty Street, Opelousas, St. Landry Pa...

Significance: The house served as the residence of the governor of Louisiana from May 1862 to January 1863, while Opelousas served as the temporary state capital of Louisiana when Louisiana was part of the Conf... more

Oishi Nursery, 242 South 47th Street, Richmond, Contra Costa County, CA

Oishi Nursery, 242 South 47th Street, Richmond, Contra Costa County, C...

Significance: The Oishi Nursery began around 1909 when the Seizo Oishi family purchased land on the east side of South 47th Street, near its intersection with Florida Avenue, and began growing cut flowers in gr... more

Idaho National Engineering Laboratory, Arco Naval Proving Ground, Scoville, Butte County, ID

Idaho National Engineering Laboratory, Arco Naval Proving Ground, Scov...

Significance: The Arco Naval Proving Ground (NPG) was one of five specialized ordnance facilities established in the United States during World War II to support ordnance testing and research and experiments re... more

Arctic Brotherhood Hall, 245 Broadway, Skagway, Skagway, AK

Arctic Brotherhood Hall, 245 Broadway, Skagway, Skagway, AK

For photographs, see HABS AK-15-5, AK-15-67, and AK-15 -79 (CT). Significance: `The Arctic Brotherhood was a fraternal organization founded by a group of gold seekers on board a steamer bound for Skagway in Feb... more

Jackson Street Cottages, 193-199 Jackson Street, Charleston, Charleston County, SC

Jackson Street Cottages, 193-199 Jackson Street, Charleston, Charlesto...

2017 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: The Jackson Street cottages were built during the 1890s as affordable housing to accommodate low-income, working class families during a period of urban expan... more

Bellmawr Park Mutual Housing Corporation, 1 & 3 Hickory Place, 1 & 3 Hickory Place, Bellmawr, Camden County, NJ

Bellmawr Park Mutual Housing Corporation, 1 & 3 Hickory Place, 1 & 3 H...

Significance: Bellmawr Park was constructed in 1941 and consisted of 500 units, as part of a joint federal program with the Congress of Industrial Organizations for workers at local shipyards who could not affo... more

Sloop Yacht Kathleen, San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA

Sloop Yacht Kathleen, San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA

Significance: The Kathleen is a shoal-draft centerboard sloop of the kind that dominated yachting on San Francisco Bay from the 1850s until about 1910. Built on North Beach in 1904–1905 by the Italian immigrant... more

National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers - Battle Mountain Sanitarium, Treasurer's Quarters, 500 North Fifth Street, Hot Springs, Fall River County, SD

National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers - Battle Mountain Sanita...

See HABS No. SD-24-S, East Campus Residential for photographs. See overview historical context HABS No. SD-24 for additional information on the Battle Mountain Sanitarium and the National Home for Disabled Volu... more

The Red Dragon, 100 Lake Avenue, Cordova, Valdez-Cordova Census Area, AK

The Red Dragon, 100 Lake Avenue, Cordova, Valdez-Cordova Census Area, ...

Significance: Construction of what would become the Copper River & Northwestern Railway, built to provide access to the recently discovered copper lodes at Kennecott, 196 miles inland, was begun in 1906. Visit... more

Pig Alley Block Study, 412 Hurt Street (Store), Petersburg, Petersburg, VA

Pig Alley Block Study, 412 Hurt Street (Store), Petersburg, Petersburg...

Significance: This building, constructed c. 1834-1835, is part of a village complex of workers' houses of which this was probably the store. The complex was built for workers in the many flour and cotton mil... more

Bellmawr Park Mutual Housing Corporation, 38 & 40 Victory Drive, 38 & 40 Victory Drive, Bellmawr, Camden County, NJ

Bellmawr Park Mutual Housing Corporation, 38 & 40 Victory Drive, 38 & ...

Significance: Bellmawr Park was constructed in 1941 and consisted of 500 units, as part of a joint federal program with the Congress of Industrial Organizations for workers at local shipyards who could not affo... more

National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers - Battle Mountain Sanitarium, Governor's Quarters, 500 North Fifth Street, Hot Springs, Fall River County, SD

National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers - Battle Mountain Sanita...

The name of the overall site and some individual buildings were edited after the initial photographic survey was transmitted. Previously the site was incompletely called Battle Mountain Sanitarium, and this str... more

National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers - Battle Mountain Sanitarium, Conservatory, 500 North Fifth Street, Hot Springs, Fall River County, SD

National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers - Battle Mountain Sanita...

The name of the overall site and some individual buildings were edited after the initial photographic survey was transmitted. Previously the site was incompletely called Battle Mountain Sanitarium, and this bui... more

Bellmawr Park Mutual Housing Corporation, 6 & 8 Hickory Place, 6 & 8 Hickory Place, Bellmawr, Camden County, NJ

Bellmawr Park Mutual Housing Corporation, 6 & 8 Hickory Place, 6 & 8 H...

Significance: Bellmawr Park was constructed in 1941 and consisted of 500 units, as part of a joint federal program with the Congress of Industrial Organizations for workers at local shipyards who could not affo... more

Fort St. Michael Armory, Eastern end of the old St. Michael airstrip, south of Airport Street, approximately half-way between St. Michael and the old village of Tachik, Saint Michael, Nome Census Area, AK

Fort St. Michael Armory, Eastern end of the old St. Michael airstrip, ...

Significance: The Fort St. Michael Armory was one of two remaining buildings of the fort at St. Michael, which was constructed in 1898-1899. The armory was located east of the main complex of the fort, although... more

The Red Dragon, 100 Lake Avenue, Cordova, Valdez-Cordova Census Area, AK

The Red Dragon, 100 Lake Avenue, Cordova, Valdez-Cordova Census Area, ...

Significance: Construction of what would become the Copper River & Northwestern Railway, built to provide access to the recently discovered copper lodes at Kennecott, 196 miles inland, was begun in 1906. Visit... more

Deepwood House, 4697 West Finger Road, Fayetteville, Washington County, AR

Deepwood House, 4697 West Finger Road, Fayetteville, Washington County...

2016 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: Deepwood House is a significant example of modern academic residential design as practiced in the Ozark region during the post-World War II period. Deep... more

National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers - Battle Mountain Sanitarium, Conservatory, 500 North Fifth Street, Hot Springs, Fall River County, SD

National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers - Battle Mountain Sanita...

The name of the overall site and some individual buildings were edited after the initial photographic survey was transmitted. Previously the site was incompletely called Battle Mountain Sanitarium, and this bui... more

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