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Hill House

    Built as a full English basement-style home and private residence in 1820, Hill House was home to three generations of the family.  In the 1960's, the home’s last occupant, Miss Evelyn Hill, donated property, including the house and its contents to the Portsmouth Historical Association. Read More

    Edith Farnsworth House

      The Edith Farnsworth House is located in Plano, Illinois just outside of Chicago. This Mies van der Rohe designed masterpiece is a pilgrimage site for architects and designers world-wide and is considered one of the most important Modern assets in the United States. The National Trust for Historic Preservation and select Chicago leaders came together in 2003 to purchase… Read More

      Galloway House and Historic Village

        Impressive house mansion from an old pioneer era farmhouse, turned remodeled Italianate residence. It has been a Museum since 1954 and includes a Historic Village to tour. Read More

        Herr House

          The 1719 Herr House is the oldest building in Lancaster County and the oldest Mennonite meetinghouse in the Americas. It was the home of the Christian Herr family, some of the first Mennonite immigrants to Lancaster County, PA. Read More

          Hunter House Victorian Museum

            The Hunter House Victorian Museum serves as a rich example of Victorian decorative arts and architecture. Guests are invited to meet the Hunters as they tour two floors of the home, which feature the Hunter family’s collection of furniture, books, decorative objects, and more. Read More

            Bigelow House

              In 1854, Daniel Richardson Bigelow and Ann Elizabeth White, both newcomers to Washington Territory, married and began their life together in the a two-room cabin Daniel built on his 640 acre parcel of land just east of Budd Inlet, across from downtown Olympia. Soon afterwards (sources vary on the actual year) they built their neat two-story Carpenter Gothic home… Read More

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