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Peachtree Plantation, South Santee River, McClellanville, Charleston County, SC

Peachtree Plantation, South Santee River, McClellanville, Charleston C...

2014 Leicester B. Holland Prize, Entry Significance: Located in the St. James Santee Parish along the South Santee River, Peachtree Plantation stands as a ruin. Peachtree Plantation was once a two-story dwellin... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Berkeley, State Route 5 vicinity, Charles City, Charles City, VA

Significance: Berkeley began as a settlement known as Berkeley-Hundred, patented in 1618. The property was purchased in 1722 by Benjamin Harrison IV, for whom the present house is believed to have been complete... more

Public Records Office, 428 Duke of Gloucester Street, Williamsburg, Williamsburg, VA

Public Records Office, 428 Duke of Gloucester Street, Williamsburg, Wi...

Significance: Construction of this small brick building was begun in 1747, shortly after the Capitol Building burned. The new structure was intended to safely house government records. The designer is not kno... more

Public Records Office, 428 Duke of Gloucester Street, Williamsburg, Williamsburg, VA

Public Records Office, 428 Duke of Gloucester Street, Williamsburg, Wi...

Significance: Construction of this small brick building was begun in 1747, shortly after the Capitol Building burned. The new structure was intended to safely house government records. The designer is not kno... more

Public Records Office, 428 Duke of Gloucester Street, Williamsburg, Williamsburg, VA

Public Records Office, 428 Duke of Gloucester Street, Williamsburg, Wi...

Significance: Construction of this small brick building was begun in 1747, shortly after the Capitol Building burned. The new structure was intended to safely house government records. The designer is not kno... more

Public Records Office, 428 Duke of Gloucester Street, Williamsburg, Williamsburg, VA

Public Records Office, 428 Duke of Gloucester Street, Williamsburg, Wi...

Significance: Construction of this small brick building was begun in 1747, shortly after the Capitol Building burned. The new structure was intended to safely house government records. The designer is not kno... more

Public Records Office, 428 Duke of Gloucester Street, Williamsburg, Williamsburg, VA

Public Records Office, 428 Duke of Gloucester Street, Williamsburg, Wi...

Significance: Construction of this small brick building was begun in 1747, shortly after the Capitol Building burned. The new structure was intended to safely house government records. The designer is not kno... more

Public Records Office, 428 Duke of Gloucester Street, Williamsburg, Williamsburg, VA

Public Records Office, 428 Duke of Gloucester Street, Williamsburg, Wi...

Significance: Construction of this small brick building was begun in 1747, shortly after the Capitol Building burned. The new structure was intended to safely house government records. The designer is not kno... more

Moffat Station, 2101 Fifteenth Street, Denver, Denver County, CO

Moffat Station, 2101 Fifteenth Street, Denver, Denver County, CO

1988 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Moffat Station was the Denver terminus of the Denver, Northwestern and Pacific Railroad. David Moffat, an early Denver pioneer and businessma... more

Moffat Station, 2101 Fifteenth Street, Denver, Denver County, CO

Moffat Station, 2101 Fifteenth Street, Denver, Denver County, CO

1988 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Moffat Station was the Denver terminus of the Denver, Northwestern and Pacific Railroad. David Moffat, an early Denver pioneer and businessma... more

Moffat Station, 2101 Fifteenth Street, Denver, Denver County, CO

Moffat Station, 2101 Fifteenth Street, Denver, Denver County, CO

1988 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Moffat Station was the Denver terminus of the Denver, Northwestern and Pacific Railroad. David Moffat, an early Denver pioneer and businessma... more

Moffat Station, 2101 Fifteenth Street, Denver, Denver County, CO

Moffat Station, 2101 Fifteenth Street, Denver, Denver County, CO

1988 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Moffat Station was the Denver terminus of the Denver, Northwestern and Pacific Railroad. David Moffat, an early Denver pioneer and businessma... more

Moffat Station, 2101 Fifteenth Street, Denver, Denver County, CO

Moffat Station, 2101 Fifteenth Street, Denver, Denver County, CO

1988 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Moffat Station was the Denver terminus of the Denver, Northwestern and Pacific Railroad. David Moffat, an early Denver pioneer and businessma... more

Moffat Station, 2101 Fifteenth Street, Denver, Denver County, CO

Moffat Station, 2101 Fifteenth Street, Denver, Denver County, CO

1988 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Moffat Station was the Denver terminus of the Denver, Northwestern and Pacific Railroad. David Moffat, an early Denver pioneer and businessma... more

Moffat Station, 2101 Fifteenth Street, Denver, Denver County, CO

Moffat Station, 2101 Fifteenth Street, Denver, Denver County, CO

1988 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Moffat Station was the Denver terminus of the Denver, Northwestern and Pacific Railroad. David Moffat, an early Denver pioneer and businessma... more

Moffat Station, 2101 Fifteenth Street, Denver, Denver County, CO

Moffat Station, 2101 Fifteenth Street, Denver, Denver County, CO

1988 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Moffat Station was the Denver terminus of the Denver, Northwestern and Pacific Railroad. David Moffat, an early Denver pioneer and businessma... more

Moffat Station, 2101 Fifteenth Street, Denver, Denver County, CO

Moffat Station, 2101 Fifteenth Street, Denver, Denver County, CO

1988 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Moffat Station was the Denver terminus of the Denver, Northwestern and Pacific Railroad. David Moffat, an early Denver pioneer and businessma... more

Moffat Station, 2101 Fifteenth Street, Denver, Denver County, CO

Moffat Station, 2101 Fifteenth Street, Denver, Denver County, CO

1988 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Moffat Station was the Denver terminus of the Denver, Northwestern and Pacific Railroad. David Moffat, an early Denver pioneer and businessma... more

Moffat Station, 2101 Fifteenth Street, Denver, Denver County, CO

Moffat Station, 2101 Fifteenth Street, Denver, Denver County, CO

1988 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Moffat Station was the Denver terminus of the Denver, Northwestern and Pacific Railroad. David Moffat, an early Denver pioneer and businessma... more

Moffat Station, 2101 Fifteenth Street, Denver, Denver County, CO

Moffat Station, 2101 Fifteenth Street, Denver, Denver County, CO

1988 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Moffat Station was the Denver terminus of the Denver, Northwestern and Pacific Railroad. David Moffat, an early Denver pioneer and businessma... more

Fitzsimons General Hospital, Nurses' Quarters, Southwest Corner of West Harlow Avenue, & South Eighth Street, Aurora, Adams County, CO

Fitzsimons General Hospital, Nurses' Quarters, Southwest Corner of Wes...

Survey number: HABS CO-172-BP Building/structure dates: 1918 Initial Construction

Fitzsimons General Hospital, Nurses' Quarters, Southwest Corner of West Harlow Avenue, & South Eighth Street, Aurora, Adams County, CO

Fitzsimons General Hospital, Nurses' Quarters, Southwest Corner of Wes...

Survey number: HABS CO-172-BP Building/structure dates: 1918 Initial Construction

Fitzsimons General Hospital, Nurses' Quarters, Southwest Corner of West Harlow Avenue, & South Eighth Street, Aurora, Adams County, CO

Fitzsimons General Hospital, Nurses' Quarters, Southwest Corner of Wes...

Survey number: HABS CO-172-BP Building/structure dates: 1918 Initial Construction

Fitzsimons General Hospital, Nurses' Quarters, Southwest Corner of West Harlow Avenue, & South Eighth Street, Aurora, Adams County, CO

Fitzsimons General Hospital, Nurses' Quarters, Southwest Corner of Wes...

Survey number: HABS CO-172-BP Building/structure dates: 1918 Initial Construction

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, Gloucester County, VA

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, ...

Significance: This is a story and a half building of brick laid in Flemish bond. It is covered with a gambrel roof with unusually steep lower slope, which is pierce by gabled dormers. In plan the house is L s... more

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, Gloucester County, VA

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, ...

Significance: This is a story and a half building of brick laid in Flemish bond. It is covered with a gambrel roof with unusually steep lower slope, which is pierce by gabled dormers. In plan the house is L s... more

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, Gloucester County, VA

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, ...

Significance: This is a story and a half building of brick laid in Flemish bond. It is covered with a gambrel roof with unusually steep lower slope, which is pierce by gabled dormers. In plan the house is L s... more

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, Gloucester County, VA

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, ...

Significance: This is a story and a half building of brick laid in Flemish bond. It is covered with a gambrel roof with unusually steep lower slope, which is pierce by gabled dormers. In plan the house is L s... more

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, Gloucester County, VA

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, ...

Significance: This is a story and a half building of brick laid in Flemish bond. It is covered with a gambrel roof with unusually steep lower slope, which is pierce by gabled dormers. In plan the house is L s... more

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, Gloucester County, VA

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, ...

Significance: This is a story and a half building of brick laid in Flemish bond. It is covered with a gambrel roof with unusually steep lower slope, which is pierce by gabled dormers. In plan the house is L s... more

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, Gloucester County, VA

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, ...

Significance: This is a story and a half building of brick laid in Flemish bond. It is covered with a gambrel roof with unusually steep lower slope, which is pierce by gabled dormers. In plan the house is L s... more

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, Gloucester County, VA

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, ...

Significance: This is a story and a half building of brick laid in Flemish bond. It is covered with a gambrel roof with unusually steep lower slope, which is pierce by gabled dormers. In plan the house is L s... more

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, Gloucester County, VA

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, ...

Significance: This is a story and a half building of brick laid in Flemish bond. It is covered with a gambrel roof with unusually steep lower slope, which is pierce by gabled dormers. In plan the house is L s... more

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, Gloucester County, VA

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, ...

Significance: This is a story and a half building of brick laid in Flemish bond. It is covered with a gambrel roof with unusually steep lower slope, which is pierce by gabled dormers. In plan the house is L s... more

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, Gloucester County, VA

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, ...

Significance: This is a story and a half building of brick laid in Flemish bond. It is covered with a gambrel roof with unusually steep lower slope, which is pierce by gabled dormers. In plan the house is L s... more

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, Gloucester County, VA

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, ...

Significance: This is a story and a half building of brick laid in Flemish bond. It is covered with a gambrel roof with unusually steep lower slope, which is pierce by gabled dormers. In plan the house is L s... more

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, Gloucester County, VA

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, ...

Significance: This is a story and a half building of brick laid in Flemish bond. It is covered with a gambrel roof with unusually steep lower slope, which is pierce by gabled dormers. In plan the house is L s... more

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, Gloucester County, VA

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, ...

Significance: This is a story and a half building of brick laid in Flemish bond. It is covered with a gambrel roof with unusually steep lower slope, which is pierce by gabled dormers. In plan the house is L s... more

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, Gloucester County, VA

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, ...

Significance: This is a story and a half building of brick laid in Flemish bond. It is covered with a gambrel roof with unusually steep lower slope, which is pierce by gabled dormers. In plan the house is L s... more

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, Gloucester County, VA

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, ...

Significance: This is a story and a half building of brick laid in Flemish bond. It is covered with a gambrel roof with unusually steep lower slope, which is pierce by gabled dormers. In plan the house is L s... more

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, Gloucester County, VA

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, ...

Significance: This is a story and a half building of brick laid in Flemish bond. It is covered with a gambrel roof with unusually steep lower slope, which is pierce by gabled dormers. In plan the house is L s... more

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, Gloucester County, VA

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, ...

Significance: This is a story and a half building of brick laid in Flemish bond. It is covered with a gambrel roof with unusually steep lower slope, which is pierce by gabled dormers. In plan the house is L s... more

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, Gloucester County, VA

Toddsbury, Vicinity of State Routes 622 & 3-14 Intersection, Nuttall, ...

Significance: This is a story and a half building of brick laid in Flemish bond. It is covered with a gambrel roof with unusually steep lower slope, which is pierce by gabled dormers. In plan the house is L s... more