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Thomas Darlington House, 228 West Street Road (Thornbury Township), Birmingham, Chester County, PA

Thomas Darlington House, 228 West Street Road (Thornbury Township), Bi...

Significance: This small stone house dating from about 1800 once belonged to Atwater Kent. Survey number: HABS PA-1110 Building/structure dates: ca. 1800 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: after... More

William Miller Tenant House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

William Miller Tenant House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, P...

Survey number: HABS PA-5137-B Building/structure dates: after. 1800- before. 1825 Initial Construction

William & Rebecca Bones Springhouse, White Horse Road vicinity (Charlestown Township), Devault, Chester County, PA

William & Rebecca Bones Springhouse, White Horse Road vicinity (Charle...

See also HABS PA-1189 for written data (page 6 of 6). Survey number: HABS PA-1189-A Building/structure dates: after. 1800- before. 1825 Initial Construction

William Miller Barn, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

William Miller Barn, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

Survey number: HABS PA-5137-A Building/structure dates: after. 1750- before. 1800 Initial Construction

Phillip Rogers Barn, State Route 23 (Warwick Township), Knauertown, Chester County, PA

Phillip Rogers Barn, State Route 23 (Warwick Township), Knauertown, Ch...

Survey number: HABS PA-114-A Building/structure dates: after. 1700- before. 1800 Initial Construction

Brinton 1704 House, Privy, Oakland Road (Birmingham Township), Dilworthtown, Chester County, PA

Brinton 1704 House, Privy, Oakland Road (Birmingham Township), Dilwort...

Survey number: HABS PA-1258-A Building/structure dates: after. 1750- before. 1800 Initial Construction National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 67000018

Lowndes Taylor Smokehouse, 937 Pottstown Pike (West Goshen Township), West Chester, Chester County, PA

Lowndes Taylor Smokehouse, 937 Pottstown Pike (West Goshen Township), ...

Survey number: HABS PA-1100-B Building/structure dates: ca. 1820 Initial Construction

Valentine-Edge Mill, State Route 340 (Caln Township), Downingtown, Chester County, PA

Valentine-Edge Mill, State Route 340 (Caln Township), Downingtown, Che...

Significance: The exterior of this stone mill, built in 1784, appears relatively unaltered. The mill has not been used since 1918. Survey number: HABS PA-1202 Building/structure dates: 1784 Initial Construction

Earl House, State Route 103, Chester, Windsor County, VT

Earl House, State Route 103, Chester, Windsor County, VT

Significance: This L-shaped building has two facades in different styles built at slightly different times. The older wing is a lean-to, an unusual type for this area. Survey number: HABS VT-43 Building/stru... More

Hause Smokehouse, State Route 401 (East Nantmeal Township), East Nantmeal, Chester County, PA

Hause Smokehouse, State Route 401 (East Nantmeal Township), East Nantm...

Significance: This structure, erected c. 1815, represents a typical early 19th century log smokehouse. Survey number: HABS PA-1206 Building/structure dates: ca. 1815 Initial Construction

Howland-Schofield House, Elm & Pleasant Streets, Walpole, Cheshire County, NH

Howland-Schofield House, Elm & Pleasant Streets, Walpole, Cheshire Cou...

Significance: One of the larger, more elegant houses in a row of seven houses which are distinguished by their size and elegance in this very small, rural town. Survey number: HABS NH-65 Building/structure da... More

Joseph Gilpin Cart House, U.S. Route 1 (Birmingham Township), Chadds Ford, Delaware County, PA
Lowndes Taylor Carriage House, 937 Pottstown Pike (West Goshen Township), West Chester, Chester County, PA

Lowndes Taylor Carriage House, 937 Pottstown Pike (West Goshen Townshi...

Survey number: HABS PA-1100-A Building/structure dates: ca. 1850 Initial Construction

Margaret Porter House, Main & Middle Streets, Walpole, Cheshire County, NH

Margaret Porter House, Main & Middle Streets, Walpole, Cheshire County...

Survey number: HABS NH-63 Building/structure dates: ca. 1837- ca. 1840 Initial Construction

Sibyla Brinton House, 311 South Church Street, West Chester, Chester County, PA

Sibyla Brinton House, 311 South Church Street, West Chester, Chester C...

Survey number: HABS PA-249 Building/structure dates: ca. 1850 Initial Construction

Walpole Academy, Main Street, Walpole, Cheshire County, NH

Walpole Academy, Main Street, Walpole, Cheshire County, NH

Survey number: HABS NH-62 Building/structure dates: 1831 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: ca. 1896 Subsequent Work

Rowell's Inn, State Route 11, Simonsville, Windsor County, VT

Rowell's Inn, State Route 11, Simonsville, Windsor County, VT

Significance: This building, which retains various original features, has an unusual, but regionally characteristic, three story porch. "In early automobile days, this inn was a stop-over on the 'Ideal Tour' b... More

Acworth Meetinghouse, Town Green, Acworth, Sullivan County, NH

Acworth Meetinghouse, Town Green, Acworth, Sullivan County, NH

Significance: One of the best preserved and more elaborately decorated of the larger meeting houses in the middle Connecticut River Valley. Survey number: HABS NH-54 Building/structure dates: 1821 Initial Con... More

St. David's Church (Episcopal), Horse Shed, Valley Forge Road (Newtown Township), Wayne, Delaware County, PA

St. David's Church (Episcopal), Horse Shed, Valley Forge Road (Newtown...

Survey number: HABS PA-176-A Building/structure dates: ca. 1850 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: 1871 Subsequent Work

John Chad Spring House, State Route 100, U.S. Route 1 vicinity, Chadds Ford, Delaware County, PA
Nathaniel Grout House, South Acworth Road, Acworth, Sullivan County, NH

Nathaniel Grout House, South Acworth Road, Acworth, Sullivan County, N...

Significance: Typical early home with simpler wood rear portions and a more elegant, carefully detailed, brick front section. Survey number: HABS NH-55 Building/structure dates: ca. 1770 Initial Construction ... More

Vermont Country Store, Weston Common, Weston, Windsor County, VT

Vermont Country Store, Weston Common, Weston, Windsor County, VT

Significance: This building is a typical early country store still serving its original function, but filled with more merchandise than it would have originally had and now a popular tourist attraction. Survey... More

Diamond Rock Schoolhouse, Yellow Springs & Diamond Rock Hill Roads (Tredyffrin Township), Paoli, Chester County, PA

Diamond Rock Schoolhouse, Yellow Springs & Diamond Rock Hill Roads (Tr...

Significance: This octagonal school house, built in 1818 by a group of local people, chiefly of Welsh and German descent, was in use until 1864. In 1918 it was restored by an association formed by descendants o... More

Birmingham Octagonal Schoolhouse, Birmingham & Meetinghouse Roads (Birmingham Township), Birmingham, Chester County, PA

Birmingham Octagonal Schoolhouse, Birmingham & Meetinghouse Roads (Bir...

See also HABS PA-1193 for related information. Survey number: HABS PA-5138 Building/structure dates: 1819 Initial Construction National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 71000688

Joseph Gilpin Root House, U.S. Route 1 (Birmingham Township), Chadds Ford, Delaware County, PA
Joseph Gilpin Springhouse, U.S. Route 1 (Birmingham Township), Chadds Ford, Delaware County, PA
John Jacobs House, Barn, Conestoga & Spring Valley Roads (East Whiteland Township), Bacton, Chester County, PA

John Jacobs House, Barn, Conestoga & Spring Valley Roads (East Whitela...

Survey number: HABS PA-1209-A Building/structure dates: ca. 1850 Initial Construction

Rodney Wing House, Westminster Street, Walpole, Cheshire County, NH

Rodney Wing House, Westminster Street, Walpole, Cheshire County, NH

Survey number: HABS NH-58 Building/structure dates: ca. 1840 Initial Construction

Yellow Springs Summer House, Yellow Springs & Art School Roads (West Pikeland Township), Chester Springs, Chester County, PA

Yellow Springs Summer House, Yellow Springs & Art School Roads (West P...

See also HABS PA-1131 & PA-1197 for related information. Significance: Yellow Spings is one of the oldest and most successful spas in the country, This bathhouse is part of the Yellow Springs Tavern complex (se... More

John Jacobs House, Conestoga & Spring Valley Roads (East Whiteland Township), Bacton, Chester County, PA

John Jacobs House, Conestoga & Spring Valley Roads (East Whiteland Tow...

Significance: This log house, from the late 18th century, was built much later than the average log houses in the area. It is the simplest form of this type of structure in the country. Survey number: HABS PA... More

Marshallton Blacksmith Shop, State Route 162 (West Bradford Township), Marshallton, Chester County, PA

Marshallton Blacksmith Shop, State Route 162 (West Bradford Township),...

Significance: A blacksmith's shop has been in operation on this site since the mid-18th century, and the present building may incorporate some parts of the original shop. Survey number: HABS PA-1102 Building... More

Dr. Edson House, North Street, Chester, Windsor County, VT

Dr. Edson House, North Street, Chester, Windsor County, VT

Significance: One of several types in unique Chester Depot group of stone houses. At one time an Inn. Survey number: HABS VT-44 Building/structure dates: 1833 Initial Construction

William Miller House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

William Miller House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

Significance: This house has sections dating 1730 and 1771 by early Chester County settlers. An 1806 addition burned in 1920. Survey number: HABS PA-5137 Building/structure dates: 1730 Initial Construction B... More

Marshallton Blacksmith Shop, State Route 162 (West Bradford Township), Marshallton, Chester County, PA

Marshallton Blacksmith Shop, State Route 162 (West Bradford Township),...

Significance: A blacksmith's shop has been in operation on this site since the mid-18th century, and the present building may incorporate some parts of the original shop. Survey number: HABS PA-1102 Building... More

William Miller House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

William Miller House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

Significance: This house has sections dating 1730 and 1771 by early Chester County settlers. An 1806 addition burned in 1920. Survey number: HABS PA-5137 Building/structure dates: 1730 Initial Construction B... More

Dr. Edson House, North Street, Chester, Windsor County, VT

Dr. Edson House, North Street, Chester, Windsor County, VT

Significance: One of several types in unique Chester Depot group of stone houses. At one time an Inn. Survey number: HABS VT-44 Building/structure dates: 1833 Initial Construction

William Miller House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

William Miller House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

Significance: This house has sections dating 1730 and 1771 by early Chester County settlers. An 1806 addition burned in 1920. Survey number: HABS PA-5137 Building/structure dates: 1730 Initial Construction B... More

Dr. Edson House, North Street, Chester, Windsor County, VT

Dr. Edson House, North Street, Chester, Windsor County, VT

Significance: One of several types in unique Chester Depot group of stone houses. At one time an Inn. Survey number: HABS VT-44 Building/structure dates: 1833 Initial Construction

William Miller House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

William Miller House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

Significance: This house has sections dating 1730 and 1771 by early Chester County settlers. An 1806 addition burned in 1920. Survey number: HABS PA-5137 Building/structure dates: 1730 Initial Construction B... More

Dr. Edson House, North Street, Chester, Windsor County, VT

Dr. Edson House, North Street, Chester, Windsor County, VT

Significance: One of several types in unique Chester Depot group of stone houses. At one time an Inn. Survey number: HABS VT-44 Building/structure dates: 1833 Initial Construction

William Miller House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

William Miller House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

Significance: This house has sections dating 1730 and 1771 by early Chester County settlers. An 1806 addition burned in 1920. Survey number: HABS PA-5137 Building/structure dates: 1730 Initial Construction B... More

William Miller House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

William Miller House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

Significance: This house has sections dating 1730 and 1771 by early Chester County settlers. An 1806 addition burned in 1920. Survey number: HABS PA-5137 Building/structure dates: 1730 Initial Construction B... More

William Miller House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

William Miller House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

Significance: This house has sections dating 1730 and 1771 by early Chester County settlers. An 1806 addition burned in 1920. Survey number: HABS PA-5137 Building/structure dates: 1730 Initial Construction B... More

William Miller House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

William Miller House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

Significance: This house has sections dating 1730 and 1771 by early Chester County settlers. An 1806 addition burned in 1920. Survey number: HABS PA-5137 Building/structure dates: 1730 Initial Construction B... More

William Miller House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

William Miller House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

Significance: This house has sections dating 1730 and 1771 by early Chester County settlers. An 1806 addition burned in 1920. Survey number: HABS PA-5137 Building/structure dates: 1730 Initial Construction B... More

William Miller House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

William Miller House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

Significance: This house has sections dating 1730 and 1771 by early Chester County settlers. An 1806 addition burned in 1920. Survey number: HABS PA-5137 Building/structure dates: 1730 Initial Construction B... More

William Miller House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

William Miller House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

Significance: This house has sections dating 1730 and 1771 by early Chester County settlers. An 1806 addition burned in 1920. Survey number: HABS PA-5137 Building/structure dates: 1730 Initial Construction B... More

William Miller House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

William Miller House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

Significance: This house has sections dating 1730 and 1771 by early Chester County settlers. An 1806 addition burned in 1920. Survey number: HABS PA-5137 Building/structure dates: 1730 Initial Construction B... More

William Miller House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

William Miller House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

Significance: This house has sections dating 1730 and 1771 by early Chester County settlers. An 1806 addition burned in 1920. Survey number: HABS PA-5137 Building/structure dates: 1730 Initial Construction B... More

William Miller House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

William Miller House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

Significance: This house has sections dating 1730 and 1771 by early Chester County settlers. An 1806 addition burned in 1920. Survey number: HABS PA-5137 Building/structure dates: 1730 Initial Construction B... More

William Miller House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

William Miller House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

Significance: This house has sections dating 1730 and 1771 by early Chester County settlers. An 1806 addition burned in 1920. Survey number: HABS PA-5137 Building/structure dates: 1730 Initial Construction B... More

William Miller House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

William Miller House, Elliott Road, Avondale, Chester County, PA

Significance: This house has sections dating 1730 and 1771 by early Chester County settlers. An 1806 addition burned in 1920. Survey number: HABS PA-5137 Building/structure dates: 1730 Initial Construction B... More

John Buckwalter House, State Route 401 (East Nantmeal Township), Ludwigs Corner, Chester County, PA

John Buckwalter House, State Route 401 (East Nantmeal Township), Ludwi...

Significance: This house, with an 1821 date stone, contains some fine interior and exterior details, including the original porch. Survey number: HABS PA-1195 Building/structure dates: 1821 Initial Construction

John Buckwalter House, State Route 401 (East Nantmeal Township), Ludwigs Corner, Chester County, PA

John Buckwalter House, State Route 401 (East Nantmeal Township), Ludwi...

Significance: This house, with an 1821 date stone, contains some fine interior and exterior details, including the original porch. Survey number: HABS PA-1195 Building/structure dates: 1821 Initial Construction

John Buckwalter House, State Route 401 (East Nantmeal Township), Ludwigs Corner, Chester County, PA

John Buckwalter House, State Route 401 (East Nantmeal Township), Ludwi...

Significance: This house, with an 1821 date stone, contains some fine interior and exterior details, including the original porch. Survey number: HABS PA-1195 Building/structure dates: 1821 Initial Construction

John Buckwalter House, State Route 401 (East Nantmeal Township), Ludwigs Corner, Chester County, PA

John Buckwalter House, State Route 401 (East Nantmeal Township), Ludwi...

Significance: This house, with an 1821 date stone, contains some fine interior and exterior details, including the original porch. Survey number: HABS PA-1195 Building/structure dates: 1821 Initial Construction

John Buckwalter House, State Route 401 (East Nantmeal Township), Ludwigs Corner, Chester County, PA

John Buckwalter House, State Route 401 (East Nantmeal Township), Ludwi...

Significance: This house, with an 1821 date stone, contains some fine interior and exterior details, including the original porch. Survey number: HABS PA-1195 Building/structure dates: 1821 Initial Construction

Strafford Railroad Station, East side of Old Eagle School Road, between Strafford Avenue & Penn Central Railroad tracks (Tredyffrin Township), Strafford, Chester County, PA

Strafford Railroad Station, East side of Old Eagle School Road, betwee...

Significance: This structure was built in 1876 as the Centennial Catalogue Building for the 1876 Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia. It was then purchased at auction by the Pennsylvania Railroad for use as a... More

Strafford Railroad Station, East side of Old Eagle School Road, between Strafford Avenue & Penn Central Railroad tracks (Tredyffrin Township), Strafford, Chester County, PA

Strafford Railroad Station, East side of Old Eagle School Road, betwee...

Significance: This structure was built in 1876 as the Centennial Catalogue Building for the 1876 Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia. It was then purchased at auction by the Pennsylvania Railroad for use as a... More

Strafford Railroad Station, East side of Old Eagle School Road, between Strafford Avenue & Penn Central Railroad tracks (Tredyffrin Township), Strafford, Chester County, PA

Strafford Railroad Station, East side of Old Eagle School Road, betwee...

Significance: This structure was built in 1876 as the Centennial Catalogue Building for the 1876 Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia. It was then purchased at auction by the Pennsylvania Railroad for use as a... More

Strafford Railroad Station, East side of Old Eagle School Road, between Strafford Avenue & Penn Central Railroad tracks (Tredyffrin Township), Strafford, Chester County, PA

Strafford Railroad Station, East side of Old Eagle School Road, betwee...

Significance: This structure was built in 1876 as the Centennial Catalogue Building for the 1876 Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia. It was then purchased at auction by the Pennsylvania Railroad for use as a... More

Strafford Railroad Station, East side of Old Eagle School Road, between Strafford Avenue & Penn Central Railroad tracks (Tredyffrin Township), Strafford, Chester County, PA

Strafford Railroad Station, East side of Old Eagle School Road, betwee...

Significance: This structure was built in 1876 as the Centennial Catalogue Building for the 1876 Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia. It was then purchased at auction by the Pennsylvania Railroad for use as a... More

Strafford Railroad Station, East side of Old Eagle School Road, between Strafford Avenue & Penn Central Railroad tracks (Tredyffrin Township), Strafford, Chester County, PA

Strafford Railroad Station, East side of Old Eagle School Road, betwee...

Significance: This structure was built in 1876 as the Centennial Catalogue Building for the 1876 Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia. It was then purchased at auction by the Pennsylvania Railroad for use as a... More

Strafford Railroad Station, East side of Old Eagle School Road, between Strafford Avenue & Penn Central Railroad tracks (Tredyffrin Township), Strafford, Chester County, PA

Strafford Railroad Station, East side of Old Eagle School Road, betwee...

Significance: This structure was built in 1876 as the Centennial Catalogue Building for the 1876 Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia. It was then purchased at auction by the Pennsylvania Railroad for use as a... More

Strafford Railroad Station, East side of Old Eagle School Road, between Strafford Avenue & Penn Central Railroad tracks (Tredyffrin Township), Strafford, Chester County, PA

Strafford Railroad Station, East side of Old Eagle School Road, betwee...

Significance: This structure was built in 1876 as the Centennial Catalogue Building for the 1876 Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia. It was then purchased at auction by the Pennsylvania Railroad for use as a... More

Strafford Railroad Station, East side of Old Eagle School Road, between Strafford Avenue & Penn Central Railroad tracks (Tredyffrin Township), Strafford, Chester County, PA

Strafford Railroad Station, East side of Old Eagle School Road, betwee...

Significance: This structure was built in 1876 as the Centennial Catalogue Building for the 1876 Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia. It was then purchased at auction by the Pennsylvania Railroad for use as a... More

Strafford Railroad Station, East side of Old Eagle School Road, between Strafford Avenue & Penn Central Railroad tracks (Tredyffrin Township), Strafford, Chester County, PA

Strafford Railroad Station, East side of Old Eagle School Road, betwee...

Significance: This structure was built in 1876 as the Centennial Catalogue Building for the 1876 Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia. It was then purchased at auction by the Pennsylvania Railroad for use as a... More

Strafford Railroad Station, East side of Old Eagle School Road, between Strafford Avenue & Penn Central Railroad tracks (Tredyffrin Township), Strafford, Chester County, PA

Strafford Railroad Station, East side of Old Eagle School Road, betwee...

Significance: This structure was built in 1876 as the Centennial Catalogue Building for the 1876 Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia. It was then purchased at auction by the Pennsylvania Railroad for use as a... More

Strafford Railroad Station, East side of Old Eagle School Road, between Strafford Avenue & Penn Central Railroad tracks (Tredyffrin Township), Strafford, Chester County, PA

Strafford Railroad Station, East side of Old Eagle School Road, betwee...

Significance: This structure was built in 1876 as the Centennial Catalogue Building for the 1876 Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia. It was then purchased at auction by the Pennsylvania Railroad for use as a... More

Allen House, Northbrook Road (Pocopson Township), Northbrook, Chester County, PA

Allen House, Northbrook Road (Pocopson Township), Northbrook, Chester ...

Significance: This house, erected circa 1780, is possibly the original house on the farm, but was used as a tenant house by the mid nineteenth century. It is a good example of a bank house, once a common buildi... More

Allen House, Northbrook Road (Pocopson Township), Northbrook, Chester County, PA

Allen House, Northbrook Road (Pocopson Township), Northbrook, Chester ...

Significance: This house, erected circa 1780, is possibly the original house on the farm, but was used as a tenant house by the mid nineteenth century. It is a good example of a bank house, once a common buildi... More

Allen House, Northbrook Road (Pocopson Township), Northbrook, Chester County, PA

Allen House, Northbrook Road (Pocopson Township), Northbrook, Chester ...

Significance: This house, erected circa 1780, is possibly the original house on the farm, but was used as a tenant house by the mid nineteenth century. It is a good example of a bank house, once a common buildi... More

Strode's Grist Mill, Lenape & Birmingham Roads (East Bradford Township), Sconnelltown, Chester County, PA

Strode's Grist Mill, Lenape & Birmingham Roads (East Bradford Township...

Significance: This old grist mill dates from 1721 and has been in almost continuous operation since its erection. Survey number: HABS PA-251 Building/structure dates: 1721 Initial Construction Building/struc... More

Strode's Grist Mill, Lenape & Birmingham Roads (East Bradford Township), Sconnelltown, Chester County, PA

Strode's Grist Mill, Lenape & Birmingham Roads (East Bradford Township...

Significance: This old grist mill dates from 1721 and has been in almost continuous operation since its erection. Survey number: HABS PA-251 Building/structure dates: 1721 Initial Construction Building/struc... More

First Presbyterian Church, 130 West Miner Street, West Chester, Chester County, PA

First Presbyterian Church, 130 West Miner Street, West Chester, Cheste...

Significance: This Classic Revival Presbyterian Church was one of the earlier designs of Thomas U. Walter. Survey number: HABS PA-1115 Building/structure dates: 1832-1834 Initial Construction Building/struc... More

First Presbyterian Church, 130 West Miner Street, West Chester, Chester County, PA

First Presbyterian Church, 130 West Miner Street, West Chester, Cheste...

Significance: This Classic Revival Presbyterian Church was one of the earlier designs of Thomas U. Walter. Survey number: HABS PA-1115 Building/structure dates: 1832-1834 Initial Construction Building/struc... More

First Presbyterian Church, 130 West Miner Street, West Chester, Chester County, PA

First Presbyterian Church, 130 West Miner Street, West Chester, Cheste...

Significance: This Classic Revival Presbyterian Church was one of the earlier designs of Thomas U. Walter. Survey number: HABS PA-1115 Building/structure dates: 1832-1834 Initial Construction Building/struc... More

Jacob Vogdes House, Providence Road (Willistown Township), Whitehorse, Chester County, PA

Jacob Vogdes House, Providence Road (Willistown Township), Whitehorse,...

Significance: This handsome stone house, which dates from 1795, still retains some of its fine interior woodwork. Survey number: HABS PA-1219 Building/structure dates: 1795 Initial Construction Building/str... More

Jacob Vogdes House, Providence Road (Willistown Township), Whitehorse, Chester County, PA

Jacob Vogdes House, Providence Road (Willistown Township), Whitehorse,...

Significance: This handsome stone house, which dates from 1795, still retains some of its fine interior woodwork. Survey number: HABS PA-1219 Building/structure dates: 1795 Initial Construction Building/str... More

Jacob Vogdes House, Providence Road (Willistown Township), Whitehorse, Chester County, PA

Jacob Vogdes House, Providence Road (Willistown Township), Whitehorse,...

Significance: This handsome stone house, which dates from 1795, still retains some of its fine interior woodwork. Survey number: HABS PA-1219 Building/structure dates: 1795 Initial Construction Building/str... More

Birmingham Friends Meetinghouse, Birmingham & Meetinghouse Roads, Birmingham, Chester County, PA

Birmingham Friends Meetinghouse, Birmingham & Meetinghouse Roads, Birm...

Significance: Wounded British troops were carried to this 1763 Meeting House during the Battle of Brandywine. Survey number: HABS PA-1193 Building/structure dates: 1763 Initial Construction Building/structu... More

Birmingham Friends Meetinghouse, Birmingham & Meetinghouse Roads, Birmingham, Chester County, PA

Birmingham Friends Meetinghouse, Birmingham & Meetinghouse Roads, Birm...

Significance: Wounded British troops were carried to this 1763 Meeting House during the Battle of Brandywine. Survey number: HABS PA-1193 Building/structure dates: 1763 Initial Construction Building/structu... More

Birmingham Friends Meetinghouse, Birmingham & Meetinghouse Roads, Birmingham, Chester County, PA

Birmingham Friends Meetinghouse, Birmingham & Meetinghouse Roads, Birm...

Significance: Wounded British troops were carried to this 1763 Meeting House during the Battle of Brandywine. Survey number: HABS PA-1193 Building/structure dates: 1763 Initial Construction Building/structu... More

Birmingham Friends Meetinghouse, Birmingham & Meetinghouse Roads, Birmingham, Chester County, PA

Birmingham Friends Meetinghouse, Birmingham & Meetinghouse Roads, Birm...

Significance: Wounded British troops were carried to this 1763 Meeting House during the Battle of Brandywine. Survey number: HABS PA-1193 Building/structure dates: 1763 Initial Construction Building/structu... More

Birmingham Friends Meetinghouse, Birmingham & Meetinghouse Roads, Birmingham, Chester County, PA

Birmingham Friends Meetinghouse, Birmingham & Meetinghouse Roads, Birm...

Significance: Wounded British troops were carried to this 1763 Meeting House during the Battle of Brandywine. Survey number: HABS PA-1193 Building/structure dates: 1763 Initial Construction Building/structu... More

Birmingham Friends Meetinghouse, Birmingham & Meetinghouse Roads, Birmingham, Chester County, PA

Birmingham Friends Meetinghouse, Birmingham & Meetinghouse Roads, Birm...

Significance: Wounded British troops were carried to this 1763 Meeting House during the Battle of Brandywine. Survey number: HABS PA-1193 Building/structure dates: 1763 Initial Construction Building/structu... More

Birmingham Friends Meetinghouse, Birmingham & Meetinghouse Roads, Birmingham, Chester County, PA

Birmingham Friends Meetinghouse, Birmingham & Meetinghouse Roads, Birm...

Significance: Wounded British troops were carried to this 1763 Meeting House during the Battle of Brandywine. Survey number: HABS PA-1193 Building/structure dates: 1763 Initial Construction Building/structu... More

Birmingham Friends Meetinghouse, Birmingham & Meetinghouse Roads, Birmingham, Chester County, PA

Birmingham Friends Meetinghouse, Birmingham & Meetinghouse Roads, Birm...

Significance: Wounded British troops were carried to this 1763 Meeting House during the Battle of Brandywine. Survey number: HABS PA-1193 Building/structure dates: 1763 Initial Construction Building/structu... More

Birmingham Friends Meetinghouse, Birmingham & Meetinghouse Roads, Birmingham, Chester County, PA

Birmingham Friends Meetinghouse, Birmingham & Meetinghouse Roads, Birm...

Significance: Wounded British troops were carried to this 1763 Meeting House during the Battle of Brandywine. Survey number: HABS PA-1193 Building/structure dates: 1763 Initial Construction Building/structu... More

Birmingham Friends Meetinghouse, Birmingham & Meetinghouse Roads, Birmingham, Chester County, PA

Birmingham Friends Meetinghouse, Birmingham & Meetinghouse Roads, Birm...

Significance: Wounded British troops were carried to this 1763 Meeting House during the Battle of Brandywine. Survey number: HABS PA-1193 Building/structure dates: 1763 Initial Construction Building/structu... More

Congregational Church, Church & Main Streets, Chester, Windsor County, VT

Congregational Church, Church & Main Streets, Chester, Windsor County,...

Significance: This building is representative of the large frame meetinghouses of the area and has a notable facade and tower. Survey number: HABS VT-49 Building/structure dates: 1829 Initial Construction Bu... More

Congregational Church, Church & Main Streets, Chester, Windsor County, VT

Congregational Church, Church & Main Streets, Chester, Windsor County,...

Significance: This building is representative of the large frame meetinghouses of the area and has a notable facade and tower. Survey number: HABS VT-49 Building/structure dates: 1829 Initial Construction Bu... More

Knapp House, Wentworth Road, Walpole, Cheshire County, NH

Knapp House, Wentworth Road, Walpole, Cheshire County, NH

Significance: This is a regionally typical example of an 1812 brick house. Original French Dufour wallpaper survives. Survey number: HABS NH-52 Building/structure dates: ca. 1812 Initial Construction

Knapp House, Wentworth Road, Walpole, Cheshire County, NH

Knapp House, Wentworth Road, Walpole, Cheshire County, NH

Significance: This is a regionally typical example of an 1812 brick house. Original French Dufour wallpaper survives. Survey number: HABS NH-52 Building/structure dates: ca. 1812 Initial Construction

Knapp House, Wentworth Road, Walpole, Cheshire County, NH

Knapp House, Wentworth Road, Walpole, Cheshire County, NH

Significance: This is a regionally typical example of an 1812 brick house. Original French Dufour wallpaper survives. Survey number: HABS NH-52 Building/structure dates: ca. 1812 Initial Construction

Knapp House, Wentworth Road, Walpole, Cheshire County, NH

Knapp House, Wentworth Road, Walpole, Cheshire County, NH

Significance: This is a regionally typical example of an 1812 brick house. Original French Dufour wallpaper survives. Survey number: HABS NH-52 Building/structure dates: ca. 1812 Initial Construction

Knapp House, Wentworth Road, Walpole, Cheshire County, NH

Knapp House, Wentworth Road, Walpole, Cheshire County, NH

Significance: This is a regionally typical example of an 1812 brick house. Original French Dufour wallpaper survives. Survey number: HABS NH-52 Building/structure dates: ca. 1812 Initial Construction

Knapp House, Wentworth Road, Walpole, Cheshire County, NH

Knapp House, Wentworth Road, Walpole, Cheshire County, NH

Significance: This is a regionally typical example of an 1812 brick house. Original French Dufour wallpaper survives. Survey number: HABS NH-52 Building/structure dates: ca. 1812 Initial Construction

Knapp House, Wentworth Road, Walpole, Cheshire County, NH

Knapp House, Wentworth Road, Walpole, Cheshire County, NH

Significance: This is a regionally typical example of an 1812 brick house. Original French Dufour wallpaper survives. Survey number: HABS NH-52 Building/structure dates: ca. 1812 Initial Construction

William Everhart Building, 28 West Market Street, West Chester, Chester County, PA

William Everhart Building, 28 West Market Street, West Chester, Cheste...

Significance: This office building, dating from the 1830's, was for a time occupied by the Chester County Times and retains a great amount of original architectural design. Survey number: HABS PA-1207 Buildi... More

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