Queen Anne Style architecture
The Queen Anne style in Britain refers to either the English Baroque architectural style approximately of the reign of Queen Anne (reigned 1702–1714), or a revived form that was popular in the last qu...
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New Bust In Capitol Building Honors Dick Cheney For Ending Terrorism
A bust of Dick Cheney was unveiled at the U.S. Capitol on Thursday, a customary honor for former vice presidents that had the ancillary benefit of celebrating the ex-veep's achievement of ending radic...
Queen Anne Style architecture (United States)
In the United States, the Queen Anne style of architecture, furniture and decorative arts was popular from 1880 to 1910. In American usage "Queen Anne" is loosely used of a wide range of picturesque b...
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Shingle Style architecture
The Shingle style is an American architectural style made popular by the rise of the New England school of architecture, which eschewed the highly ornamented patterns of the Eastlake style in Queen An...
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Betts-Longworth Historic District
The Betts-Longworth Historic District is located just northwest of downtown Cincinnati, Ohio. The district consists of a ten-block sub-neighborhood of the historic West End of Cincinnati that contains...
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E. Sybbill Banks House
The E. Sybbill Banks House is a historic house at 27 Appleton Street in Waltham, Massachusetts. The 2-1/2 story wood frame house was built in 1892 for E. Sybbill Banks, the spinster daughter of Natha...
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New Bust In Capitol Building Honors Dick Cheney For Ending Terrorism
A bust of Dick Cheney was unveiled at the U.S. Capitol on Thursday, a customary honor for former vice presidents that had the ancillary benefit of celebrating the ex-veep's achievement of ending radic...
Odd Fellows Hall (New York City)
The Odd Fellows Hall at 165-171 Grand Street between Centre and Baxter Streets, on the borders of the Nolita and Little Italy neighborhoods of Manhattan, New York City, was built in 1847-48 and design...
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Lady Meredith House
Lady Meredith House is located at 1110 Pine Avenue West at the corner of Peel Street, in what is today known as the Golden Square Mile, Montreal, Quebec. It is currently owned by McGill University. Th...
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Freud Museum
0°10′40″W / 51.54833°N 0.17778°W / 51.54833; -0.17778The Freud Museum in London is a museum dedicated to Sigmund Freud, who lived there with his family during the last year of...
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House at 328 North Peterboro Street
House at 328 North Peterboro Street is a historic home located at Canastota in Madison County, New York. It was built about 1870 and is a large, two story frame residence designed with an eclectic re...
Swan House, Chelsea Embankment
Swan House is a Grade II* listed house at 17 Chelsea Embankment on the north bank of the River Thames in Chelsea, central London, England. Built in 1876 by the architect Richard Norman Shaw, architect...
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4 Cheyne Walk
4 Cheyne Walk is a Grade II* listed house on Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, London, built in 1718 and architecturally in the Queen Anne style. There is a blue plaque noting that the novelist George Eliot lived...
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15 Cheyne Walk
15 Cheyne Walk is a Grade II* listed house on Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, London, built in 1718. It was originally known as Carlton House. It is considered to be a replica of 4 Cheyne Walk.Notable former re...
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West Main Street Historic District (Marlborough, Massachusetts)
The West Main Street Historic District of Marlborough, Massachusetts encompasses a residential area west of the city center. It extends along West Main Street from Mechanic Street to Gibbon Street, a...
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72 Cadogan Square
72 Cadogan Square is a Grade II* listed house in Cadogan Square, London SW1.The house was built in 1878, and the architect was Richard Norman Shaw.
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Ansley Park
Ansley Park is an affluent residential neighborhood in Atlanta, Georgia, located just east of Midtown and west of Piedmont Park. When developed in 1905-1908, it was the first Atlanta suburban neighbor...
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Newton Theological Institution Historic District
The Newton Theological Institution Historic District is an historic district in the village of Newton Centre in Newton, Massachusetts. It encompasses not only the campus of the Newton Theological Inst...
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Union Oil Company Building
The Santa Paula Hardware Company Building, located in Santa Paula, California, and more commonly referred to as the Union Oil Company Building, is significant for its historical importance as the birt...
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Michelmersh Court
Michelmersh Court is a former rectory in the village of Michelmersh in Hampshire, Southern England. A Grade II* listed building, it is now a private house.Built in the late 18th century, it was altere...
Newberry House
The Newberry House, also known as the Judge Shaw House, is located on Lake Avenue in Aspen, Colorado, United States. It is a wooden structure in the Shingle Style built around 1890. In 1987 it was lis...
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West House, Chelsea
West House is a Grade II* listed Queen Anne revival house at 35 Glebe Place, Chelsea, London. It was built in 1868–69 by the architect Philip Webb, on behalf of the artist George Price Boyce. It...
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Pittsfield Universalist Church
Pittsfield Universalist Church is a historic church on N. Main and Easy Streets in Pittsfield, Maine.It was built in 1898 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1983.
Markle-Pittock House
The Markle–Pittock House is a house located in southwest Portland, Oregon listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
City Park, Denver
City Park is an urban park and neighborhood in Denver, Colorado. The park is 330 acres (130 ha) and is located in east-central Denver. The park contains the Denver Zoo, the Denver Museum of Natu...
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Hensley-Gusman House
Located in Bay City, Matagorda County, Texas, the Henlsey-Gusman House was built by Alexander D. Hensley (1859-1947) who purchased land at this site in January 1898. With his wife Maggie (1875-1960), ...
Charles Fay House
The Charles Fay House is a historic residence in the city of Wyoming, Ohio, United States. Erected in the late nineteenth century, it was originally the home of one of the city's leading educators, a...
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Lynch-O'Gorman House
The Lynch-O'Gorman House is a historic house at 41 Mason Terrace in Brookline, Massachusetts. Design of this house has been attributed to Arthur Vinal, a prominent area architect; it is an elaboratel...
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