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201-211 Jules Street
(Buchanan County, Missouri)This seven story grey brick building is located at 201-211 Jules Street
217-219 N. Second Street
(Buchanan County, Missouri)This two story red brick building is located at 217-219 N. Second Street.
221-223 N. Second Street
(Buchanan County, Missouri)This two story red brick building is located at 221-223 N. Second Street
301 N. Third Street
(Buchanan County, Missouri)This seven story red brick building is located at 301 N. Third Street.
302 N. Third Street
(Buchanan County, Missouri)This seven story brick and stone building is located at 302 N. Third Street.
402-408 N. Third Street
(Buchanan County, Missouri)This six story red brick building is located at 402-408 N. Third Street
409-411 N. Third Street
(Buchanan County, Missouri)This seven story grey brick building is located at 409-411 N. Third Street
Addison Cutter House
(Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)Queen Anne House with Classical Greek Revival Features
Alfred C. Clas House
(Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)Alfred Clas' retirement home, built with style and whimsey
(Shelby County, Indiana)Former theater, now a retail establishment specializing in formal wear
(Wasco County, Oregon)Turn of the century livery stable turned service station
AT&T Repeater Building
(Clark County, Wisconsin)Former Long Lines "Repeater" Station, now serving as private offices
B&O Breese Depot
(Clinton County, Illinois)Former Baltimore & Ohio railroad station
B&O Salem Depot
(Marion County, Illinois)Former Baltimore & Ohio railroad station
Bank of Osage city, MO
(Cole County, Missouri)Bank began operatiing around 1915. Failed during the Depression.
(Hartford County, Connecticut)19th Century school built in the Italianate Style, now a private residence in Windsor.
(Silver Bow County, Montana)Open pit copper mine opened in 1955
(Clark County, Wisconsin)Queen Anne house recognised by local historians as one of Neillsville's historic homes
(Crawford County, Pennsylvania)Wooden roller coaster
(Fairfield County, Connecticut)Built in 1875 and last used as a school around 1927. Presently used by town for storage.
Broad Brook Garage
(Hartford County, Connecticut)An early gasoline service station in East Windsor
C.C. Sniteman House
(Clark County, Wisconsin)Prairie Style home of Neillsville's long time pharmacist
(Rock Island County, Illinois)Diner was moved in 2010 to an undisclosed location for restoration as Papa Du's BBQ.
(Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin)Served Ripon as Library until 1973, Now Offices for Ripon College
(Humboldt County, California)Queen Anne style Victorian Mansion built in 1886
Church of God
(Sauk County, Wisconsin)Former church and later a museum, the building is unoccupied
Cold Spring Shops
(Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)The central maintenance shop for mass transit for decades, now repurposed and looking for tenants.
(Spartanburg County, South Carolina)Former Textile Mill in Spartanburg, SC
(Pierce County, Washington)Mid-century modern design house
(Campbell County, Kentucky)Former theater now houses Saratoga Printing, but retains much of the original design.
Delos Moon, Jr. House
(Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)Large Colonial Revival house surrounded by a spacious lawn and wrought iron fence
DEW Radar training site
(Livingston County, Illinois)Air Force radar technician training site for Distant Early Warning personnel
(Hartford County, Connecticut)Originally known as the Aetna Diner, it has been closed since 2000.
Dr. James A. Bach House
(Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)The last true Victorian home built in the North Point neighborhood
East Orientel Bridge
(Snyder County, Pennsylvania)Covered bridge over the West Branch Mahantango Cr. in Juniata & Snyder counties
(Knox County, Indiana)Classic Revival Architecture Structure
(Grays Harbor County, Washington)Late 1920s era theater and performance hall
Frederick Pabst, Jr. House
(Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)Neoclassical home of Frederick Pabst, Jr., president of Pabst Brewing Company
Frederick T. & Eleanor Goll House
(Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)Finely preserved example of a stately mansion from the halcyon days of Milwaukee's "Gold Coast" of Prospect Avenue
Gales Ferry Schoolhouse
(New London County, Connecticut)One-room schoolhouse built in 1868 and last used as a school in 1927.