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Posted March 23, 2017, by Thomas A. Bullen (bullenthomasa [at] gmail [dot] com)

The photo you show is correctly named the the Joseph Tatnall house however it is 1801 N. Market Street, Old Brandywine Village (Wilmington), DE not Newport, Delaware.

Posted March 18, 2017, by Sue sellers (James sellers1501 [at] comcast [dot] com)

My grandmother was Annie Mae Clements whose mother was Caroline Crowder. Her father ,Mark Crowder, bought the home and moved it there from Stinson. My mother, Frances Kimbrough was born there and spent many enjoyable times visiting there. I love in Dothan Al.

Posted March 10, 2017, by Max H. Yount (maxyount [at] gmail [dot] com)

I am looking for rules and criteria about applying to do roof repairs of 745 Church Street.

Max Yount, private owner

Posted March 7, 2017, by Sue Ann Sparks (sueann [dot] sparks [at] att [dot] net)

Okay Hotel Sparks enthusiasts, I am on the job. I do believe one my relatives, possibly my great-great grandfather - or perhaps one of his siblings - built this hotel. I live in Okmulgee and because I am so interested in learning the history of this building I will share my findings with you.

Posted March 6, 2017, by MIchael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

The pictures are not the correct George Hildreth House. On the HABS link, the address is 17 Jackson Street, Cape May, where the George Hildreth House referenced in this entry is located at 731 Seashore Road, Lower Twp., NJ. These pictures could be used, however, on the Cape May Historic District page.

Posted March 2, 2017, by RCB (no [at] test [dot] com)

This was torn down but I'm not sure when -- the bank building is visible in the left of the photo. Really too bad that it wasn't perserved!

https://www.google.com/maps/place/307+2nd+St,+Hudson,+WI+54016/@44.9732641,-92.7567523,3a,75y,298.32h,80.7t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sNQoaus0qc6DVdLY7aJw6TQ!2e0!7i13312!8i6656!4m5!3m4!1s0x0:0x9d30bbb812dd47e9!8m2!3d44.9732616!4d-92.7570602!6m1!1e1

Posted March 2, 2017, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Yes, it's already been gutted and approval was given just last week for it's demolition. The necessary funds to save the house were not even close to being met:

http://www.goupstate.com/news/20170224/spartanburgs-historic-bon-haven-mansion-to-be-demolished

Posted February 25, 2017, by Carol Kistler-Seymore (rubytues85 [at] bellsouth [dot] net)

Is it true??? The city issued a permit for demolition!?!? Can nothing be done to save this grand old historic beauty??? So sad...

Posted February 25, 2017, by Jennie Howell (howjk6 [at] comcast [dot] net)

This is the home place of my great-grandmother. My mother lived here with her for a time as a small child. I would certainly love to know who owns the property now.

Posted February 25, 2017, by Chet Gehman (gehmanc2000 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

My first visit to this mill was on May 3, 1980, when I and other members of the Southern New England Chapter, S.I.A. met to clean out the wheelpit of trash and lumber. The Joshua Tract had recently purchased the building, and were planning a restoration before opening it as a museum.

Posted February 25, 2017, by Lugnuts

Grab a camera and start shooting it and submit your pics to the webmaster. That's how all the rest of the volunteers got started up here!

Posted February 24, 2017, by Nola Yovich (nojovic [at] aol [dot] com)

Please post some photos of this grand edifice

Posted February 11, 2017, by KodakMoment (cndy5872 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

I have lots of information that I found about this house. If you are interested, please email me. Thanks!

Posted February 7, 2017, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

This mill is definitely shut down and has not been operational since 1976. A vast majority of it has been demolished as a major fire ravaged it in 2000, right before I moved here. Perhaps you are thinking of the Mayo Mill in Rockingham County, NC? (http://www.chriscrowder.com/avalon/story4.php)

Posted February 6, 2017, by Bill Eichelberger

The mill is or the name is? That's a pretty dead looking structure in Michael's picture.

Posted February 1, 2017, by Glen Bowman (gcbowman [at] ecsu [dot] edu)

NOT razed. It is still there. It is that brick building in the upper right corner.

Posted February 1, 2017, by Kailee Smith (smithkailee15 [at] gmail [dot] com)

This mill is still owned and working by a textile mill company.

Posted January 22, 2017, by Lynne Chapman (mn [dot] ikwe42 [at] gmail [dot] com)

I think along with the Ranger Station,rather more importantly and significant is The Turtle Oracle and the story of 'Cut Foot Sioux'. It is considered an intaglio. The only information on this is from the Grand Rapids Herald Review article a few years back and by visiting the area and my Ojibwe (Chippewa) heritage.Please update your informaion.

Posted January 18, 2017, by Joe kieler (jkieler [at] supweld [dot] com)

Hi...

this is a great tool for the town of Dubuque and i was told the story a few years back but it was not complete so i looked it up and it is very cool but i know there are a lot of people living in Dubuque and driving thru that have no idea what it means. it would be great to let every one know the whole story not sure how either radio newspaper a contest a saying on the calendar something is it great any ways i every morning and night i check it out thanks.

Posted January 17, 2017, by dana and kay

Congratulations to frequent contributor Chester for bringing Harvey Mountain bridge to "light". His efforts directly led to this bridge winning the coveted Othmar H Ammann award for best kept secret. Keep up the great work and thanks for all your contributions to here and bridgehunter

Posted January 15, 2017, by Anonymous

It should be noted That Forman in its heyday had grown to include A Hotel with a Restaurant, a fright house,(3) general stores, (2) depot section houses, (1) Church, a School, and (30) houses in the village.

Posted January 13, 2017, by Jim Allen (choochoojim [at] gmail [dot] com)

Oops, now fixed.

Posted January 10, 2017, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

The picture shown above is not the Marquette Harbor Light Station. The picture shown is actually the Presque isle Harbor Breakwater Light which was listed on the NRHP in 2016.

Posted January 7, 2017, by Randy Hatton (CBHBOYS [at] Gmail [dot] com)

This house is the Tebbs House , Maj. John Martin house is North of here on the same road on the opposite side.

Posted December 31, 2016, by Athena Pagedas (apagedas [at] wi [dot] rr [dot] com)

The building on 506 Commercial St. use to be a Topic Cafe in

late 1920's. There were two brothers Gust Pagedas, James Pagedas, cousin Sam Perdaris, and Christ Anagnostopoulos were the owners of the Topic Cafe. They used to live upstairs when they were single. Will Roger used to stop by at the Topic Cafe for a cup of coffee. William Allen White also was a customer.

After World War II was over,the Topic Cafe gave free dinner to the welcome home soldiers. Topic Cafe was closed in 1947 and Rothfelder purchased Topic Cafe and renamed as Rothfelder Cafe.

Posted December 31, 2016, by Athena Pagedas (apagedas [at] wi [dot] rr [dot] com)

The building on 506 Commercial St. use to be a Topic Cafe in

late 1920's. There were two brothers Gust Pagedas, James Pagedas, cousin Sam Perdaris, and Christ Anagnostopoulos were the owners of the Topic Cafe. They used to live upstairs when they were single. Will Roger used to stop by at the Topic Cafe for a cup of coffee. William Allen White also was a customer.

After World War II was over,the Topic Cafe gave free dinner to the welcome home soldiers. Topic Cafe was closed in 1947 and Rothfelder purchased Topic Cafe and renamed as Rothfelder Cafe.

Posted December 28, 2016, by Robert Harper (annh5060 [at] aol [dot] com)

I am new at this tablet stuff. My entry about my great grandfather Charles Klepzig owning Alley Spring was entered without the expected identification or E mail address. sorry. Robert O Harper.

Posted December 28, 2016, by Anonymous

I am Robert O Harper,son of W.O.(Oscar)Harper,dads mother was Elizabeth (Lizzy) Jane Klepzig Harper. My grandmothers father was Charles Klepzig who owned Alley Spring and the mill around 1880 to 1890. I went to Delaware school for the 7th and 8th grade. I graduated. High school in Birch Tree in 1948. When going to Delaware school, my teachers were Eula Davis and Edna Staples of the store at Alley Spring.

Posted December 27, 2016, by Robin Feltham Mastley (rmastley [at] att [dot] net)

I know that John Bond built the house and Col John Bates married Hepiziah Bond. How did it leave the Bond-Bates Family? I am related to the Bates and Bonds thru Curran Maud Hartley whose father was John Curran Hartely and mother was Mary Eloise Bates. Mary Eloise's dad was John Pearson Bates Jr.

John Curran Hartley's dad was Lodwick Hartley.

Thank you for all the information.

Robin

Posted December 27, 2016, by Robert Harper (annh5060 [at] aol [dot] com)

I attended the one room school house in Delaware in 1942-44. Eula Davis was my 7th grade teacher. Edna Staples of the Alley store was my 8th grade teacher. Ms. Davis was the sister of Mr. Davis, the agriculture teacher in Birch Tree High School. I graduated high school in Birch Tree in 1948. We lived about 2 miles from Delaware off of highway "E" so we were in the Burkhart school district and had to pay tuition to them to attend Delaware school. Mayhans creek ran through the property where we lived. The janitor of the school quit so they offered the job to me. The pay was $3.00 a month. I told them I wouldn't work for that amount so we settled on $5.00 after being approved by Mr.Dave Pummill and Mr.Rader who were on the school board. My dad W.O.(Oscar)Harper went to the original Delaware school building before it burned in the early 1900s. I can't find out what was the last year school was held at Delaware. Birch Tree High School also burned later.

Posted December 12, 2016, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

This battlefield is centered on the Independent City of Petersburg and is located in Dinwiddie County, Independent City of Hopewell and Prince Georges County.

Posted December 3, 2016, by Mike Furlow (mfurlow73 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

The Deluge is a landmark? A few years ago, I saw the Deluge near Mandeville Louisiana rusting away. Has someone taken control of preserving the fireboat? I couldn't believe the condition the old boat was in.

Posted November 27, 2016, by James H. Hyatt (hyatt1944 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

On the 1876 Johnson Co. map shows Forman next to Cache river. I also have Mail from 1873 time span addressed to Forman. I have information saying Collingsburg came into play in 1812 changed to Ridenhower early in-order to get a post-office. I know not why the change to Forman, but according to my information it was changed in 1873. The saw-mill moved from Forman leaving the town with no means of support. It seems in this time-span the R.R. crossing took place maybe .6 of a mile to the East of where Forman stood, A town ensued again taking on the name of Ridenhower. At this point what was left of Forman relocated to Ridenhower. In August of 1911 again the name was changed to Forman. The town prospered and grew until the automotive industry started infringing on their means of support, the Railroad. People started using the Automobile for travel and transport. Illinois then built a good highway missing Forman by a few miles. One of the Rail roads shut down taking with it JOBS. People were forced to leave to support their family's. In 1957 a tornado hit Forman, destroying most of what was left. Again with no means of support the small town of Forman ceased to exist.

Posted November 27, 2016, by James H. Hyatt (hyatt1944 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

On the 1876 Johnson Co. map shows Forman next to Cache river. I also have Mail from 1873 time span addressed to Forman. I have information saying Collingsburg came into play in 1812 changed to Ridenhower early in-order to get a post-office. I know not why the change to Forman, but according to my information it was changed in 1873. The saw-mill moved from Forman leaving the town with no means of support. It seems in this time-span the R.R. crossing took place maybe .6 of a mile to the East of where Forman stood, A town ensued again taking on the name of Ridenhower. At this point what was left of Forman relocated to Ridenhower. In August of 1911 again the name was changed to Forman. The town prospered and grew until the automotive industry started infringing on their means of support, the Railroad. People started using the Automobile for travel and transport. Illinois then built a good highway missing Forman by a few miles. One of the Rail roads shut down taking with it JOBS. People were forced to leave to support their family's. In 1957 a tornado hit Forman, destroying most of what was left. Again with no means of support the small town of Forman ceased to exist.

Posted November 22, 2016, by An Anonymous Trammell Child (null [at] null [dot] com)

I know where this is my family owns it

Posted November 12, 2016, by Joe H. (joethephotog [at] gmail [dot] com)

Just to note that the old theater was torn down to make room for this apartment complex for seniors.

Posted November 11, 2016, by Anonymous

See www.abolitionhall.com for a short documentary about this homestead.

Posted November 6, 2016, by Jeanie Fredlund (jcfredlund1 [at] gmail [dot] com)

Thank you for the information Scott J!

Posted November 5, 2016, by Marie E Erickson (marie [dot] lisa119 [at] gmail [dot] com)

My grandfather was Arthur C Brandt-owner with my grandmother, Emma B Brandt of the Klepzig Mill Site from 1935 till the late 1960s when the National Park Service took possession. At the time of the takeover, Grandpa and Grandma owned 640acres of land there. Their nearest neighbors were the Weaver brothers and the Roberts family down by the Current River. The Brandt farmhouse was a large log house/cabin with 3 fireplaces, running water electricity(DC),from the now-broken down dam and the mill house, which we grandchildren called the "powerhouse". When we reached a certain age we were allowed to run the dam gates, flume and powerhouse turbine. Included were the car batteries for the D.C. STORAGE. In the basement of the house was a Kohler gas generator for a few appliances run on AC. The running water was pumped up from the spring house next to the road and dam. The house/cabin was about 3500 square.ft.and built of large pine logs harvested in the area. It also had forced air heat from an oil-burner furnace. No air-conditioner was needed due to thick log walls and large airy attic to keep heat out of main living areas. The dam was blown out by logs rushing downstream after a very bad thunderstorm and copious rain. Sandbags were used temporarily but eventually, Grandpa got Howell-Oregon electric CoOp to run power in to replace his D.C power plant. The mill was now unused for the first time in its history. The Brandt farm was a showplace for its time and hosted several well-known guests,such as Sen.Suart Simington and comedian Fred Allen. The log house was burned down in the early 1970s by the locals to prevent the Park service from placing a Park ranger residence in the house. Later the original Klepzig house was burned down as well as other outbuildings. SOMEONE wanted the place to be kept primitive and unnoticed by the general public. Unfortunately for them that is not possible now with the notoriety of the mill. Our family suspects that there was hope of conducting illegal activities on such a remote piece of land, such as poaching,moonshine, marijuana growing, etc.Thank God that it is now so famous and better protected. It was our family refuge for many years. No phone, poor radio reception. Just pure isolation from big-city life. Cherished times.

Posted October 30, 2016, by Helen Martin (Hdhobm [at] yahoo)

My great grandmother had a picture of this place. She had written on it "Once owned and home of H??? K??is Graves." Graves was her family name. Does anyone have further information about the Graves family living here?

Posted October 24, 2016, by Bill Graber (foursecretary [at] aol [dot] com)

I meant not in Jersey County.

Posted October 24, 2016, by Bill Graber (foursecretary [at] aol [dot] com)

This should be in Vermilion county, not Greene County. Danville is the County Seat of Vermilion

Posted October 24, 2016, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

The Photographer, Donald K. O'Brien, has his email address listed on the Phillip Moore Stone House page under the "Sources" section. You might want to try emailing him.

Michael

Posted October 19, 2016, by Patricia Baca (patriciab4655 [at] gmail [dot] com)

What purpose does it serve to have strict rules and guidelines in regards to putting a home on the Historical Register if it doesn't matter what happens to the property afterwards?

Posted October 17, 2016, by Chris Lutz (clutz5 [at] columbus [dot] rr [dot] com)

Do you know where I can obtain a copy of the photo of this house shown on your website?

Posted October 16, 2016, by Echo Anderson (Echo Anderson [at] Outlook [dot] com)

Who are you talking to anonymous? Me? Find my comments on Bridgehunter! I've commented on Rancho Calaveras abandoned bridge, old Erma lane bridge, Schell bridge, and Port Royal Covered Bridge. PLEASE respond to the question.

Posted October 10, 2016, by Anonymous

TOTALLY!!!

Posted October 8, 2016, by J.R. Manning (enpro [at] sbcglobal [dot] net)

Thank you for the video! I've taken the liberty of including it on the tag for Miniature Train Company listings. You can see the video by clicking on the tag "Miniature Train Company" under the "Tags" listing above.

Posted October 7, 2016, by Massey Jones (mfjones [at] shaw [dot] ca)

See my 8-minute presentation at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8TT9heLYjfE

The video is technical in nature and intended mostly for miniature train lovers.

There is nothing in the video but the G-16 train in action and its running through Bowness Park in Calgary, Canada, about 8 miles from the downtown core.

(Hint: Calgary is sometimes known as "Dallas North" and for US visitors, has full consular facilities and it is one of Canada's major cities with 1.5 million population).

Posted October 5, 2016, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

This landmark is actually in the Independent City of Salem.

Posted October 5, 2016, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

OK, this is starting to be the boy who cried wolf. LOL

I was right the first time, it should be in the Independent City of Roanoke. Both Roanoke and Salem have NRHP properties named Monterey and both Salem and Roanoke are surrounded by Roanoke County, which caused my confusion.

Posted October 5, 2016, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Sorry, I posted that it should be in the Independent City of Roanoke, but I actually meant the Independent City of Salem.

Posted October 5, 2016, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

This landmark is not located in Roanoke County, but is actually located in the Independent City of Roanoke.

Posted October 5, 2016, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Another landmark listed in the incorrect county. This landmark is actually not located in Roanoke County, but is actually located in the Independent City of Salem.

Posted October 5, 2016, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Another landmark that is in the incorrect county. It is not located in Roanoke County, but is actually located in the Independent City of Roanoke.

Posted October 5, 2016, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

This landmark is actually located in the Independent City of Roanoke and is not located in Roanoke County. There really needs to be a way to change or correct the county unit of landmarks in case they are incorrect.

Posted October 1, 2016, by Echo Anderson (Echo Anderson [at] Outlook [dot] com)

OMG THIS IS RIGHT NEXT TO WHERE I WENT TO PRESCHOOL!

Posted October 1, 2016, by Echo Anderson (Echo Anderson [at] Outlook [dot] com)

I've seen this in person it is very near my grandma's house.

Posted September 29, 2016, by Dirk Howard (dirk [at] thesage [dot] com)

This home has recently been torn down.

Posted September 28, 2016, by SJ (scottj214 [at] gmail [dot] com)

The Mealey House is not abandoned, it is private property. The windows are boarded due to gawkers and vandals. It is no longer haunted since Mr. Mealey started being called by his correct name in the early 1980's. The Rand house was built as a wedding gift to his daughter well after this house, in the 1870's I believe.

Posted September 27, 2016, by M. Eckert (ESEaspie [at] optonline [dot] net)

Edmund Ruffin committed suicide at "Redmoor" in Amelia County, where the Ruffin family refugeed during the Civil War. His body was transported to his home at "Marlbourne" in Hanover County, where he was buried next to his wife.

Posted September 25, 2016, by Mark Turner (turnerburner1492 [at] gmail [dot] com)

Why isn't this house being restored and preserved?

Posted September 23, 2016, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

This is a duplicate entry

Posted September 20, 2016, by Mark Rhodes (rhodes_mark [at] comcast [dot] net)

Sadly, this water tower was demolished in 2014.

Harvey Mountain Bridge
Posted September 14, 2016, by Chet Gehman (gehmanc2000 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

A lengthy drought in Connecticut has exposed a bridge that has been underwater for about 60 years. The small village of Colebrook River was lost when the Goodwin Dam was built on the West Branch of the Farmington River. The bridge crossed the river in the village and was never removed. While the bridge has been partially exposed in the past at times of low water, this is the first time it is accessible from the shore. I will be posting more photos on Landmark Hunter soon.

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Posted September 9, 2016, by Jason Wilkerson (Merfwilkerson68 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

I have a massage ( vibrating ) chair that was manufactured at this company . And I was wondering what year it was made or if there might be a $ value to it??

Posted September 2, 2016, by sue wilson ball (suzieq6109 [at] suddenlink [dot] net)

I really hope the hospital can be saved, I had my first son there in 1957. We were stationed at Nellis, but really loved the Boulder city area, so lived there for 3 years, have a lot of good memories of the people there, and the adventures.

Posted August 31, 2016, by Bill Eichelberger

I thought I could get it to show Taylor County instead of unspecified county, but I guess I overshot my skill level.

Posted August 31, 2016, by Alya (alusia131 [at] aol [dot] com)

Current address is: 615 Raton Rd. Taos NM. We went there a few weeks (August, 2016) ago thinking it was a museum, but no, it is now a private residence. The small adobe buildings and sheds in the back of the main building are being rented out by the owner of the main house. Do you know who currently owns this property? Any information when it went up for sale and what it sold for? What happened to all of Gaspard's and Dora Kaminsky's artwork and furniture? Is it still registered as a historic landmark? I could email you a photo of the current sign

Posted August 28, 2016, by Bill Eichelberger

This one is on my list.

Posted August 25, 2016, by Anonymous

You can report it using the "Contact Webmaster" button near the bottom of the page.

Posted August 23, 2016, by Don Morrison

The old seminary has been moved and set on a new foundation at the corner of Chase and North Seventh Street in Osage.

Story and photos of the move: http://globegazette.com/news/local/after-years-cedar-valley-seminary-moved-in-osage/article_1d21aa69-0ae3-58be-8197-f1ad5ccd34d3.html

Posted August 19, 2016, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Another one listed in the wrong county. It is listed in the Independent City of Richmond when it needs to be listed as the Independent City of Roanoke.

Posted August 18, 2016, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Is there any way to move landmarks to their proper counties? This one is actually in the Independent City of Norton, not Wise County. I've seen other cases where landmarks are listed in the wrong county for one reason or another.

Posted August 18, 2016, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

This should actually be listed under Spotsylvania County and not the Independent City of Fredericksburg.

Posted August 18, 2016, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Most likely a mistake when the NRHP Nomination form was filled out and submitted, this listing is actually in the Independent City of Winchester, but is officially listed in the Register as Frederick County. I guess the fact that it's the county courthouse despite not being in the county itself through the NRHP Nomination preparer off!

Posted August 17, 2016, by Todd Baslee (twbaslee [at] sbcglobal [dot] net)

The Boller House was purchased by the Friends of Historic Boonville in the mid seventies with the mind of doing historic preservation on the house. While money was being gathered to restore the house, it burned to the ground.

The site was then cleaned up and remained vacant for many years until the late 80's or 90's. The site was sold to a private individual and they built a duplex on this site. It remains a duplex as of August 2016.

Posted August 14, 2016, by Anonymous

There's a 1430 nearby. Maybe it was just a typo.

Posted August 14, 2016, by Anonymous

Could it be the highway was realigned or rebadged since the listing was made? Highway realignments are becoming quite common and even google maps gets behind very quickly.

Posted August 14, 2016, by Brian Lockett (catbus420 [at] gmail [dot] com)

I don't know who came up with the "off of SR 1330" or why. But that's how this place is listed on several websites.

The closest numbered road would be KY-245.

KY-1330 is a little bit SE of Glasgow (many counties away from Nelson Co).

Posted August 10, 2016, by David J Gill (david [dot] gill [at] att [dot] net)

The Harold Burdick house at 2424 Stratford Road, Cleveland Heights was built in 1938. It is a very rare example of modern residential architecture for this period in Ohio.

It was bought by a house flipper for just $138K and was offered sale again at $289K. To earn that added $151K the seller has done the next owner the favor of replacing the kitchen with a kitchen almost equally undesirable. They have also gutted at least one of the original four (2 full, 2 half) bathrooms. The new bathroom(s) can only be described as an outrage. For no particular reason, the master bedroom's minimalist details have been destroyed. And now this entirely wood paneled room is entirely painted. As if that isn't enough damage, though I can't say for certain from the sale pictures, it appears that some of the original steel windows have been replaced.

We saw this coming, didn't we? We tend to hope that someone who knows what they have bought, know what they are doing, has a sense of responsibility and is motivated by something more than a good profit buys this sort of house.

Burdick worked for Walker & Weeks, on the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, and for other local firms including with Philip Small on the Moreland Courts Apartments. He also practiced independently designing 28 homes in Shaker Heights.

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Posted August 5, 2016, by George E. miller, Jr. (Gmillerjr [at] me [dot] com)

I lived with my family at 1033 East Ogden Row from 1942 until 1950.

Don Smith, Henry Reuss, Karl Brocken. Hanna Wells and the Robinson and Norris families resided there too.

Posted August 5, 2016, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

These pictures should be on the Stephen Hopkins House page, not the Rhode Island Statehouse page.

Posted July 28, 2016, by Anonymous

Virginia is no longer at this location for about 15 years. No knowledge of where it is.

Posted July 27, 2016, by Darren Pearce (darren [dot] pearce [at] aol [dot] com)

Hi. My wife and I just purchased this home in hope of restoring it to its former glory. If anyone has any original pictures of the the home that would aid in the restoration we would appreciate it if we could have a copy.

Posted July 22, 2016, by Lenny Wells (lennywells [at] gmail [dot] com)

This was taken in June 2016.

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Posted July 22, 2016, by anne corbett (acorbett [at] wildblue [dot] net)

The last Bassel owner of this house was my great uncle Dana, I am interested in knowing who the current owner is and what they are doing with it.I remember staying in this house in my early childhood days.

thank you

Anne Corbett

Posted July 19, 2016, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

The pictures on this landmark attributed to HABS appear to be those of Federal Hall and not the U.S. Custom House.

Posted July 15, 2016, by mich (mich)

This should be listed as Baltimore County, not Baltimore City.

Posted July 14, 2016, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

This is a very strange placename in the fact that every single online source I've been able to find online refers to this placename being located in Lawrence County, KY, but all online maps place it in pretty much the exact same place in Bourbon County, KY.

I have no idea where the real location for this placename is.

Posted July 14, 2016, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

This should be in Jennings County, not Hamilton County.

I see a lot of these and wish there was a way for the every day user to change the counties.

Posted July 12, 2016, by Anonymous

Apparently, several hundred miles across the state is "close enough." In a couple of cases, I found a township and city with the same name. Different counties, but not only the same municipality name, the town and city had the same street names where the landmark was located. I suspect the computerized placement got confused and placed the landmark in the city instead of the township.

Posted July 8, 2016, by Barry (bllauver [at] toad [dot] net)

Some typos are funnier than others. I think you meant a "carriage house", not a "carnage house."

Posted July 7, 2016, by Bill Eichelberger

I've seen that a lot with the National Register entries. It's like they just say "Eh, close enough," and poke the map where it's convenient.

Posted July 7, 2016, by Bill Eichelberger (wallyum [at] hotmail [dot] com)

Odd. I have it in both counties. I'll find another landmark to replace it with.

Posted July 6, 2016, by Anna Shumaker (hair4you2 [at] comcast [dot] net)

The former Midway school has been restored and sits next to the Harbor History museum in downtown Gig Harbor. The picture you have here, taken in 2011,is the residence next door to the Midway School in Midway on 38th St. This picture was the home to the Doyle family until recently. The school sat to the west of it.

Posted July 5, 2016, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

The GPS Coordinates are correct for this Mail Pouch Barn, but it is listed under the incorrect county. Rather than Marion, it should be Mason County.

Michael

Posted July 5, 2016, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

The GPS Coordinates are correct for this Mail Pouch Barn, but it is listed under the incorrect county. Rather than Marion, it should be Mason County.

Michael

Posted July 5, 2016, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

The GPS Coordinates are correct for this Mail Pouch Barn, but it is listed under the incorrect county. Rather than Marion, it should be Mason County.

Michael

Posted July 5, 2016, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

GPS Coordinates are correct, but should be listed under Webster, Not Wetzel County.


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