George H. Cox House
The George H. Cox House is a historic house located at 701 E. Grove St. in Bloomington, Illinois. It is considered a particularly fine example of the residential work of architect George H. Miller.
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Matthew T. Scott House
The Matthew T. Scott House is a historic house located in Chenoa, Illinois. Chenoa's founder Matthew T. Scott and his wife Julia Green once lived in the house. It was built in two parts, The first sec...
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David Davis Mansion
The David Davis Mansion, also known as Clover Lawn, is a Victorian home in Bloomington, Illinois that was the residence of David Davis, Supreme Court justice (1862-1877) and Senator from Illinois. The...
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Robert Greenlee House
The Robert Greenlee House is a historic house located at 806 N. Evans St. in Bloomington, Illinois. Contractor Robert Greenlee built the house circa 1884 for himself and his family. The house has a Qu...
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Ruben M. Benjamin House
The Ruben M. Benjamin House is a house located in the United States city of Bloomington, Illinois. It is a two-story, rectangular building, styled in the Classical Revival architectural motif. It was ...
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Duncan Manor
Duncan Manor is a historic house located in in rural McLean County, Illinois, near Towanda. The house was built circa 1866 for William R. Duncan, a livestock breeder well-respected for his short-horne...
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George H. Miller House
The George H. Miller House is a historic house located at 405 W. Market St. in Bloomington, Illinois. Prominent local architect George H. Miller built the house in 1890 for himself and his family. Mil...
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Franklin Square (Bloomington, Illinois)
Franklin Square, or Franklin Park is located in Bloomington, Illinois, McLean County. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Franklin Square contains the homes of former Vice President Ad...
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Scott–Vrooman House
The Scott–Vrooman House is a historic home located at 701 East Taylor Street in Bloomington, Illinois. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1983.
The house was built in 1869...
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Hubbard House (Illinois)
The Hubbard House is one of Hudson, Illinois', United States Registered Historic Places, the other one, located along the same street, is the Gildersleeve House. The Hubbard House is significant as th...
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John Patton Log Cabin
The John Patton Log Cabin is a log home located in Lexington Park District Park in Lexington, Illinois. The home was built in 1829 by John Patton, an early settler of McLean County. Patton, who was or...
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Gildersleeve House
The Gildersleeve House was a house located at 108 Broadway in Hudson, Illinois. Settler James T. Gildersleeve built the Greek Revival house for his family in 1836. Gildersleeve founded the village of ...
John M. Hamilton House
The John M. Hamilton House is a historic house located at 502 South Clayton Street in Bloomington, Illinois. John Marshall Hamilton, who served as governor of Illinois from 1883 to 1885, lived in the ...
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