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The Robert Lee McKenzie House (also known as the Belle Booth House) is a historic site in Panama City, Florida, at 17 East 3rd Court. It was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places on August 21, 1986. Robert Lee McKenzie was the first mayor of Panama City and a civic leader for fifty years. The house is a two-story clapboard frame dwelling built in the Dutch Colonial style typical of turn-of-the-20th-century houses in Northern Michigan. It was built in 1909 by Belle Booth who marr...
 
Submarines of the Confederate States Navy, Shipwrecks of the Carolina coast, Ships on the National Register of Historic Places in South Carolina, Shipwrecks on the National Register of Historic Places, Shipwrecks of the American Civil War, Maritime incidents in 1864, Archaeological sites in South Carolina, Ships built in Alabama, North Charleston, South Carolina, 1863 ships, American Civil War museums in South Carolina, Museum ships in South Carolina, National Register of Historic Places in Char...The H. L. Hunley was a submarine of the Confederate States of America that played a small part in the American Civil War. The Hunley demonstrated the advantages and the dangers of undersea warfare. She was the first combat submarine to sink a warship, although the Hunley was not completely submerged and, following her successful attack, was lost along with her crew before she could return to base. The Confederacy lost 21 crewmen in three sinkings of the Hunley during her short career. She was na...
 
 

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Airports in Mississippi, Buildings and structures in Forrest County, Mississippi, Transportation in Forrest County, Mississippi, Hattiesburg metropolitan area, 1943 establishments in Mississippi, Airports established in 1943, Airfields of the United States Army Air Forces in Mississippi, USAAF Third Air Force Group Training Stations, USAAF Third Air Force Replacement Training Stations, USAAF Third Air Force Tactical Airfields, Hidden categories:, Wikipedia articles incorporating text from the Ai...
 
 
 
  
 The Judge John L. Buckley House is a house in Enterprise, Mississippi listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The house is built in the bungalow style. Many of the bungalows built in Clarke County in the 1920s were one-story, undistinguished standardized housing. The Buckley House is more notable than these because of its detailing, which incorporated Colonial design elements. It is also somewhat larger, being one and a half stories tall, and it has a low-pitched roof with broad gabl...
 James L. Coker III House is a historic home located at Hartsville, Darlington County, South Carolina. It was built in 1931, and is a two-story, three bay, brick Colonial Revival style residence. It has two-story, lateral gable wings flanked by one-story end gable wings, and a one-story sunroom. It features an engaged portico with four slender Tuscan order columns. It was the home of James Lide Coker, III (1904-1961), prominent Hartsville manufacturer and president of Sonoco Products Company. Als...
 J.L. Coker Company Building is a historic commercial building located at Hartsville, Darlington County, South Carolina. It was designed by Charles Coker Wilson and built in 1909-1910. It is a one-story, 11 bay, brick building with a brick warehouse addition. The building covers an area of approximately one acre. The façade consists of an arcade whose segmental arches enclose the display bays and entrances. It was built for the company founded by Major James Lide Coker.It is currently the home o...
 
 
 
 
 
The W. L. Halsey Warehouse is a historic warehouse in Huntsville, Alabama. The two-story brick structure was built in 1904 by the W. L. Halsey grocery company. The façade is divided into six bays by locally-produced cast iron columns. Originally, the street level presented a fully glass storefront, but all bays but the doorway have been covered with wood panels. Windows on the second floor are one-over-one sashes topped with decorative brick arches; ten similar windows on the side of the buildi...

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The E. L. Newman Lustron House is a historic residence in Sheffield, Alabama. The house was purchased in 1949 by E. L. Newman. It is one of five extant Lustron houses in The Shoals, and is one of the companys two-bedroom Westchester models. The house has a metal frame with a side gable roof, and is covered in tan porcelain enamel panels. The façade has two aluminum frame windows, each made of one large pane flanked by four vertical panes, with one in a bay that projects slightly. The interior c...
 Kenneth L. Howard House, also known as the Womens Club of Dunn, is a historic home located near Dunn, Harnett County, North Carolina. It was built in 1908-1909, and is a 2 1- 2-story, three bay, Colonial Revival style frame mansion. It has a high hipped roof crowned by a mock widows walk and features a two-story free Ionic order portico and one-story wraparound porch. The house is a copy of the North Carolina Building at the Jamestown Exposition of 1907. In 1953 it was acquired as the headquarte...
 
 
 
Robert L. Blalock House is a historic home located at Kinston, Lenoir County, North Carolina. It consists of the original two-story, three bay, double-pile, side-hall-plan Greek Revival style main block dated to the 1850s, and a large, two-story rear ell. It has a one-story gable-roofed wing and a small shed-roofed room north of the rear ell and a complex arrangement of one- and two-story additions and enclosed porches to the south. The house was renovated in the 1920s in the Classical Revival s...
L. Richardson Memorial Hospital, Former, also known as Americas Health Care of Greensboro Nursing Facility, is a historic hospital building located at Greensboro, Guilford County, North Carolina. The original section was built in 1927, and is a three-story, seven bay, Mission Revival style stuccoed brick building with a two-bay wide, three-story, brick wing constructed in 1930. A long two- and three-story addition was added in 1945-1946. It was Greensboros first modern hospital for African-Ameri...
 
Houses on the National Register of Historic Places in North Carolina, Cemeteries on the National Register of Historic Places in North Carolina, Italianate architecture in North Carolina, Houses completed in 1875, Houses in Alamance County, North Carolina, Museums in Alamance County, North Carolina, National Register of Historic Places in Alamance County, North Carolina, Alamance County, North Carolina Registered Historic Place stubs, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, All stub articles... 
 
Houses on the National Register of Historic Places in North Carolina, Houses completed in 1905, Queen Anne architecture in North Carolina, Colonial Revival architecture in North Carolina, African-American history of North Carolina, Historically black universities and colleges in the United States, National Register of Historic Places in Raleigh, North Carolina, Houses in Raleigh, North Carolina, Burned buildings and structures in the United States, Hidden categories:, All articles with dead exte... The Rev. M.L. Latta House was a historic home located in the Oberlin neighborhood of Raleigh, North Carolina. It was the last remaining building from Latta University, a trade school for African Americans that operated from 1892 until 1920. The house was named after Morgan London Latta, a freedman and former slave who graduated from Shaw University after the Civil War. It was built about 1905, and was a substantial, two-story Queen Anne style residence with a Tuscan order wraparound porch. He fo...
 
 The Henry L. Kamphoefner House was the first Modernist house built in Raleigh, North Carolina. During the mid-20th century, faculty members from the School of Design located at North Carolina State College (now known as North Carolina State University) designed and built several modernist houses in Raleigh for themselves, other faculty, and a few clients. Henry L. Kamphoefner, originally the head of Oklahoma State Universitys architecture program, became the first dean of the colleges School of ...
 Robert L. Doughton House is a historic home located at Laurel Springs, Alleghany County, North Carolina It was built in 1899, and is a two-story frame farmhouse in a vernacular Queen Anne style influenced frame cottage. It features a steeply pitched hip roof, with a two-story, one-bay gable roof projection. It was the home of Robert L. Doughton (1863-1954), one of North Carolinas foremost politicians of the first of the 20th century. In the 1990s Rufus Doughtons house was restored, and it is now...

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The James L. Fleming House, also known as the Fleming-Winstead House, is a historic home located at 302 S. Greene St. in Greenville, Pitt County, North Carolina. It was built in 1901-1902, and is a 2 1- 2-story, frame Queen Anne style dwelling, with design credited to Barber & Klutz who published architectural pattern books. It has a central hall, double pile plan and a one-story rear ell and two-story rear addition. It features a three-stage polygonal tower, slate covered hipped roof, and two-s...
 C.L. and Bessie G. McGhee House is a historic home located at 103 West Mason Street in Franklinton, Franklin County, North Carolina. It was built in 1911, and is a 1 1- 2-story, three bay, blended Colonial Revival Bungalow style frame dwelling. The house has a steeply pitched hipped roof and stands on a full brick foundation. It features a one-story hip-roof wraparound porch and the interior has original wallpaper by M. H. Birge Company of Buffalo, New York. Also on the property is a contributin...
 
 
The Richard L. Kitchens Post No. 41 is a historic American Legion hall at 409 Porter Street in Helena, Arkansas. Built in 1922 to a design by a local Legionnaire, this Rustic log structure is supposedly the first American Legion hall to be referred to as a hut, and is the oldest Legion building in the city. Its main block is built of donated materials, including the cypress logs forming its walls, and built by volunteer labor supervised by a local contractor and Legionnaire. A frame addition was...
Buildings and structures in Clarksville, Tennessee, Railroad museums in Tennessee, Museums in Montgomery County, Tennessee, Railway stations in Tennessee, Transportation in Clarksville, Tennessee, Stations along Louisville and Nashville Railroad lines, Southern United States railway station stubs, Tennessee building and structure stubs, Tennessee transportation stubs, Southern United States museum stubs, Hidden categories:, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links...
 
 The L.A. Black Rice Milling Association Inc. Office is a historic office building at 508 South Monroe Street in DeWitt, Arkansas. It is a single-story brick structure with a low-pitch shed roof. Built in 1942, the building has minimal styling, with a recessed porch on its eastern facade sheltering the entries to two storefronts. It is notable as the only surviving element associated with the business activities of Lester Asher Black (1880-1945), a leading businessman in DeWitt. Black was the pre...
 
 

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Historic district contributing properties in Virginia, Houses on the National Register of Historic Places in Virginia, National Historic Sites in Virginia, Museums in Richmond, Virginia, Historic house museums in Virginia, Houses completed in 1909, Biographical museums in Virginia, Gothic Revival architecture in Virginia, Womens museums in the United States, Houses in Richmond, Virginia, African-American history of Virginia, National Register of Historic Places in Richmond, Virginia, Virginia mu...The Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site is a United States National Historic Landmark and a National Historic Site located at 110½ E. Leigh Street on Quality Row in the Jackson Ward neighborhood of Richmond, Virginia. The site was designated a U.S. National Historic Landmark in 1975. The National Historic Site was established in 1978 to tell the story of the life and work of Maggie L. Walker, the first woman to serve as president of a bank in the United States. The historic site protects th...
 
 
 
 The Edith L. Moore Nature Sanctuary is a 17.5-acre nature sanctuary along Rummel Creek, located in Houston, Texas, in the United States. Named after Edith Moore, who lived on the land for 43 years, the sanctuary includes a restored log cabin for hosting educational programs and also houses administrative offices for the Houston Audubon Society. Moore donated land to the Houston Audubon Society in 1978, to be used as a nature preserve for birds. According to the Houston Audubon Society, the sanct...
The L. Haas Store is a historic commercial building located at 219 E. Main St. in Carmi, Illinois. The store was built in 1896 for merchant Louis Haas, a Jewish immigrant from Germany. Though the store was named for and run by Haas, he did not actually own the building, which was the property of local businessman John Storms. The store was designed in the Italian Renaissance Revival style. The first floor of the store has a cast iron storefront manufactured by the J. B. Mesker Company; the compa...
 
 
The L.B. Robb Drugstore was a historic pharmacy in the Columbia-Tusculum neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio, United States. Erected in 1860, it was a four-story building, constructed of brick on a stone foundation and topped with a slate roof. The building was a simple rectangle in its floor plan, although not without embellishments: the roof, which rose to gables on the sides, was crowned by a large central chimney, while the gables were ornamented with machicolations, and the walls were anchored...
 

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  The L.D. Reagin House is a historic home in Sarasota, Florida. It is located at 1213 North Palm Avenue. On October 25, 1984, it was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.  

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