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Tucson's first "own your own" apartment homesCirca 1957National Register of Historic PlacesUS Dept. of the Interior
Built 1856Destroyed twice by fireand rebuilt in 1896
Paul De Martini built Clayton Vineyards Winery in 1885 on land formerly owned by Joel Clayton, the area's first vintner. An Austrian stone mason directed construction, using stone quarried on Mount Diablo and hauled here by wagon teams. This was t…
Costa Mesa Historical SiteCosta Mesa MesaCleaners1926(c)
has been placed on theNational Register ofHistoric Placesby the United StatesDepartment of InteriorOctober 16, 2002
Der kernbau mit gemauertem, als weinkeller genutzten erdgeschoss und ehemals h?lzernen obergeschossen aus dem 12./13. Jh. ist das ?lteste haus in der reihe der r?ckw?rtigen bauten am Rennweg. Im 14. Jh. wird die gassenseitige l?cke zwischen tatzfu…
Oldest church in Philadelphia. Founded, 1677, by Swedish settlers. This edifice of Swedish architectural design, was erected 1698-1703. The earlier place of worship was a blockhouse.
Circa 1889Italianate Commercial Style This is one of the finest examples of late 19th Century commercial buildings on Bloomfield Avenue. The building served as the location of the successful hardware and plumbing business of I. Seymour Crane, a…
The Meeme Poll House, the official voting place in the Town of Meeme for 83 years, was erected by Joseph Schwartz and Edmund Kolb in 1900. German immigrants and their descendants exercised their democratic right to vote in this simple wood…
The second brick building erected in Ybor City.The Cherokee Club was a popular rendezvous forthe elite in the 1890's. Later became known as El Pasaje Restaurant. Its fame spread throughoutthe Americas.Jose Marti slept here on his first trip, Nov.2…
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