A Guide to the Papers of K. Edward Lay Lay, K. Edward, Papers12817-a

A Guide to the Papers of K. Edward Lay

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Accession number
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Title
Papers of K. Edward Lay[undated]
Physical Characteristics
This collection is 30 cu. ft. (ca.)1 arbitrary_unit
Language
English

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Preferred Citation

Papers of K. Edward Lay, Accession #12817-a, Special Collections, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va.

Acquisition Information

This collection was a gift from K. Edward Lay, 104 Wilson Court, Charlottesville, Va. on 16 May 2000.


Biographical/Historical Information

Cary D. Langhorne Professor of Architcture, University of Virginia.

Scope and Content Information

Papers of K. Edward Lay consist of documentation of buildings and houses in Charlottesville and Albemarle County, Virginia, many of which are included in his bookThe architecture of Jefferson countryand includes photographs, slides, measured drawings, copies of historical documents and correspondence.

The collection also contains historical information on Jefferson's master builders at the University of Virginia, the history of the University of Virginia School of Architecture, and architects who worked in Charlottesville and Albemarle County, Virginia.

Contents List

Dwellings-Albemarle County and Charlottesville
  • Box 1
    Abell-Gleason House, (Robert L. Vickery Home), Charlottesville, 18591974-1995
  • Box 1
    Ackley, (Martha Jefferson House; Allen Wheat House), Charlottesville, 1920-19211956
  • Box 1
    Airslie, Keswick, early 20th century, 19901990-1995
  • Box 1
    Albemarle House, Blenheim, 1983, 19871991-1995
  • Box 1
    Alberene Soapstone Company Houses, (James H. Serene property), Alberene, 1893-18991978-1996
  • Box 1
    Alderman House, (Mrs. Edwin A. Alderman Home), Charlottesville, 19321981
  • Box 1
    Allen Dale, (Ridgeview tenant house; J. Coleman Home; Norwood Shores Tenant Home), Albemarle, 19th century1994
  • Box 1
    Alluvia, Advance Mills, ca. 19361995
  • Box 1
    Allwood House, Crozet, ca. 18401995
  • Box 1
    Ammonett Farm, Albemarle, ca. 1878, 19801980
  • Box 1
    Anchorage, Albemarle, 1909, 19611977
  • Box 1
    Anchorage, (White Family Home; Charles Lewis Home), Red Hill, ca. 18301977-1994
  • Box 1
    Annex, Keswick, 20th centuryn.d.
  • Box 1
    Arcadia, (Clifton Waller Barrett Home), Farmington, 1960-19631989-1990
  • Box 1
    Ardwood, Earlysville1962
  • Box 1
    Arrowhead 1, (Charles E. Meriwether Home; Governor Thomas Gilmer, owner), Red Hill, ca. 1828; Arrowhead 2, Red Hill, (Hard Acre; Office Hill; Reverend Edgar Woods Home), 1850s-1870s1974-1995
  • Box 1
    Arrows, Crossroads, North Gardenn.d.
  • Box 1
    Ash Lawn-Highland, (Highlands; Upper Plantation; owners - James Monroe, John E. Massey, Jay Winston Johns, College of William and Mary), ca. 1799, ca. 18671973-1998
  • Box 1
    Auburn Hill, (John Edward Timberlake House), Simeon, ca. 1842-18451990-1995
  • Box 1
    Augmar Farm, Buck Island, 19th century1987-1995
  • Box 1
    "A" General1979-1989

    Abell-Garnett House, ca. 1860-1880; Acorn Cottage, 19th century, ca. 1951; Acorn Hill Farm; Adventure Farm, 20th century; Alicent, 20th century; Allen (Orville) House, ca. 1870; Alluvial Bottoms, ca. 1806; Alta Vista (Robert Fray Farm), ca. 1904; Altevogt House, 1924; American Four Square, early 20th century; Ampthill, 1732; Anchorage, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, 19th century; Antrim Duplex, 1889; Antrim House (Charlottesville), 1884-1887; Antrim House (Mt. Fair); Apperson Boswell House, ca. 1830; Argyll (The Lodge); Argyll, 20th century (?); Arrowhead (Robert E. Shaw House), ca. 1893; Ashton, ca. 1860; Azalea (James Francis Fry), ca. 1839

  • Box 1
    Bachelors Hall, (Blue Fok Farm), Browns Cove, 18th century1974
  • Box 1
    Bachelors Quarters, (Deer View; New Hadden; Page Home; Peter Taylor Home; Was School), early 19th century, 1980s1984-1995
  • Box 1
    Ballard-Abell Farm, Crozet, ante 1850, ca. 1865-18851981
  • Box 1
    Barclay House, (Thomas Staples Home; Dr. James Barclay Home), Scottsville, ca. 18251939-1995
  • Box 1
    Barksdale-Day Farm, Piney Mountain, Albarene, ca. 1894, mid 19th century1981
  • Box 1
    Barracks (Revolutionary War Prisoner Camp; Garland Garth Home;1977
  • Barrackside; George Carr Home; William S. P. Mayo Home), Albemarle, ca. 1819, 1930-1931
  • Box 1
    Barringer Mansion, (Dr. Paul Barringer Home), Charlottesville, 1896, 1985n.d.
  • Box 1
    Barrsden, (Dr. D. Minor Home; Holladay Home; James Barr Home), Eastham, ca. 1820, 1930s1978-1990
  • Box 1
    Batna, Free Union, 18551976
  • Box 1
    Beau Pre, (Frank Warren Home), Charlottesville, 20th centuryn.d.
  • Box 1
    Beaver Dam Farm, (Estes), Earlysville, ca. 1898n.d.
  • Box 1
    Bel Aire, (James Michie Home; D. J. Augustus Michie Home), Advance Mills, ca. 18251980-1989
  • Box 2
    Bellair, (Reverend Charles Wingfield, Jr. Home; Martin Dawson Home; Reverend Walker Timberlake Home), Carters Bridge, 17941974-1992
  • Box 2
    Bellair Houses (subdivision), Albemarle, mid 20th century1983
  • Box 2
    Belle Grove, (Daniel Scott Home; Valmont; site of 1st Courthouse; Nathaniel Anderson, Jr. Home; John W. Gantt Home), Scottsville, 1745, ca. 1800, ca. 1975, ca. 19791977-1999
  • Box 2
    Belle Haven, (J. L. Pitts Home), Scottsville, ca. 18801990-1996
  • Box 2
    Belmont, Browns Cove, mid 18th century1995
  • Box 2
    Belmont, (John Manoah Carr Home; Bell-Mont; Slaughter W. Ficklin Home), Charlottesville, 1790s, 1813, ca. 18401959-1998
  • Box 2
    Belmont 2, (Charles D. Everett Home), Keswick, 18581991
  • Box 2
    Belmont 3, Keswick, ca. 1883n.d.
  • Box 2
    Belmont 4, (Alfred Braun Home;Giantfilmed here), Keswick, late 19th century, 1950s1978-1995
  • Box 2
    Belvoir, (patterned after Gunston Hall), Charlottesville, ca. 19281975-1995
  • Box 2
    Belvoir Farm, Keswick Hunt, 19741985-1994
  • Box 2
    Belvoir 2, (Hugh Nelson Home), Cismont, 1790, burned 1836, 19741978-1995
  • Box 2
    Belvoir 3, Cismont, 19th century1996
  • Box 2
    Ben-Coolyn, (Major James Clark Home; Lewellyn Pugh Home;1995
  • Fruitland; Tall Oaks; Bogert Home; Pines moved to Cistmont), Keswick, early 19th century, ca. 1914
  • Box 2
    Bentivar, (Garland Carr Home), Eastham, Albemarle, ca. 18251970-1996
  • Box 2
    Bibb-Wolfe House, (John H. Bibb Home; Walter Everett Fowler, owner; Ezra M. Wolfe Home), Charlottesville, ca. 18451995
  • Box 2
    Bird Haven, (Brown Family Home), Greenwood, early 19th century1989-1995
  • Box 2
    Birdwood, (WilliamGarth Home; Hore Browse Trist Home; Hollis Rinehart Home; Woods Garth Home), Charlottesville, 18191979-1997
  • Box 2
    Bishop House, (Joseph Bishop Home), Vinegar Hill, 18031993
  • Box 2
    Bishop House, Woodridge, ca. 18001976-1995
  • Box 2
    Blaetterman House, Charlottesville, early 19th century1991
  • Box 2
    Blair House, (William Adams Home; Omohundro Home; Tipton Home), Scottsville, ca. 18441978-1999
  • Box 2
    Blair Park, (Mountain Plains site; Michael Woods House), Crozet, ca. 1920n.d.
  • Box 2
    Bleak House, (Hawky Ferguson Home), Free Union, ca. 1830n.d.
  • Box 2
    Bleak House, (Holly House), Free Union, ca. 1840, 1851, 19581975-1995
  • Box 2
    Blenheim 1, (William and Edward Carter House), Blenheim, 18th century1991
  • Box 2
    Blenheim 2, (Andrew Stevenson Home), Blenheim, 1846, 19901977-1995
  • Box 3
    Bloomfield, (Paul H. Goodloe Home; Bloomfield Academy; Rice Garland, owner; Charles Harper Home; J. Tatnall Lea Home), Ivy, 1849, ca. 19201976-1998
  • Box 3
    Blue Ridge Farm, (William B. Smith Home; Alton Park; Glooston Manor; Gloucester Manor; Herman Danforth Newcomb Home; Shaw Home; Dr. Frederick Owsley Home; Purcell Home; James Durrett Home), Greenwood, mid 19th century1978-1994
  • Box 3
    Bonahora, (Benjamin Collins Flannagan Home; Judge Thomas Barton Lyons Home; A. G. Carter Home), Charlottesville, 18581969-1995
  • Box 3
    Bond House, Belmont, Charlottesville, 19121994-1996
  • Box 3
    Boxwood, (W. A. Rinehart Home; Institute of Textile Technology), Albemarle, 20th century1995-1998
  • Box 3
    Boxwood, Farmington, 19401993
  • Box 3
    Boxwood Lane Farm, (R. A. H. Foster Home; Boxwood Lawn Farm), Batesville, 1860, ca. 19031985-1997
  • Box 3
    Braeburn, Free Union, burned Civil War, ca. 18701983-1992
  • Box 3
    Braeview, (W. Allen Perkins Home), Charlottesville, 1923, ca. 19281981
  • Box 3
    Branchlands, Albemarle, 20th century1982-1995
  • Box 3
    Branch Point, (Landfall; Clifton Brown Home), Browns Cove, ca. 1770, ca. 1825, burned ca. 19401995
  • Box 3
    Brand-Hartman House, Charlottesville, 18931978-1995
  • Box 3
    Brechin House, Charlottesville, ca. 1872n.d.
  • Box 3
    Breezeway, Albemarle, 20th centuryn.d.
  • Box 3
    Breezy Oaks, (Albert Johnson Home; freed black house), Cismont, ca. 18851978
  • Box 3
    Bremen, Mount Fair, ca. 19001988
  • Box 3
    Briar Creek Farm, (Sears-Roebuck), Albemarle, late 19th century1993
  • Box 3
    Bridle Spur Farm, (Clarksville Tavern; Sunny Side; William B. Pace Home), Clarksville, 18th century, 19th century, razed 1937, 1937-19381995
  • Box 3
    Brightberry (Captain Brightberry Brown Home; Headquarters; Nimrod Brown Home), Browns Cove, 1818, mid 19th century, late 19th century1949-1995
  • Box 3
    Broad Oak, (John Rodgers House; Edward C. Mead Home), Keswick, late 18th century, ca. 1840, 1874n.d.
  • Box 3
    Brock House, University Circle, 19101995
  • Box 3
    Brockenbrough House, (Turkey Run Farm; Holly Hill; Dawson House; Thomas W. Brockenbrough Home; Mary Cunningham Home), Albemarle, 18th century1991-1996
  • Box 3
    Broken Creek Farm, Albemarle, ca. 1917, 19781995
  • Box 3
    Brookhaven, Farmington, 1941n.d.
  • Box 3
    Brook Hill, (Dunkum House; Burke Home), Albemarle, ca. 18201979-1995
  • Box 3
    Brook Hill, (James Minor Home; Nelson Barksdale Home), Charlottesville, ca. 18151992-1995
  • Box 3
    Brooks Farm, Albemarle, ca. 18001996
  • Box 3
    Brookwood, (Hunter Perry House), Albemarle, 1900, 19751984
  • Box 3
    Broomfield, Scottsville1990
  • Box 3
    Broomley, (Dr. Stephen H. Watts House), Farmington, 1930-19311984
  • Box 3
    Brown-Parrot House, (John Brown, Jr. Home; Garland Brown Home), Crozet, ca. 1780, 1977 razed1976-1997
  • Box 3
    Bryan-Stallings House, Charlottesville, 19001998
  • Box 3
    Buck Island 2, (John R. Campbell Home; Buckeyeland; John C. Wood Home; B. C. Flanagan Home; Charles Lilburn Lewis Home; George Christopher Gilmer Home), ca. 18101991
  • Box 3
    Buena Vista (George Rogers Clark's birthplace site), Albemarle, ca. 1734, 18621978-1995
  • Box 3
    Bundoran Farm, Covesville, ca. 1830-18501991
  • Box 3
    Burress Farms, (Old Homestead), Free Union, ca. 1850, late 18th century1999
  • Box 3
    Butler-Norris House, (Edward Butler House; Opie Norris, owner), Charlottesville, ca. 18081978-1993
  • Box 3
    "Ba-Bl" General1958-2000

    Baber House, Batesville, early 20th century; Henry Bailey House, Charlottesville, ca. 1911; T. W. Bailey House, Charlottesville, ca. 1907; Ballard House, Crozet, ca. 1830; R. M. Balthis House, Charlottesville, 1900; Bancroft, Charlottesville, 20th century; Bargaman House, Crozet, ca. 1906; Barkley-Sherman House, Charlottesville, ca. 1949; Barksdale House, Staunton, ca. 1875; Barksdale House, Charlottesville, mid 19th century; Barrack Grove, Albemarle, early 19th century; Barterbrook Manor, Charlottesville; Batesville House (VSH 692), 1890; Baughman House (VSH 715); Beacon Hill House, Earlysville, ca. 1875

    Beauchamps, Monticello Mountain, 1940s; Beaulieu, Albemarle; Beau Val (Cobham); Beaver Creek Farm, Keswick-Cismont, early 19th century; Beck House, Turkeysag Gap, 18th century; Bellafield Farm, Keswick, 20th century; Bell House, Charlottesville, ca. 1775; Belle Oak, Albemarle; Belmont, Shadwell, mid 18th century; Belton Farms, Albemarle, mid 20th century; Belvedere, Albemarle; Belvidere, Albemarle; Benwood (Glenallen), ca. 1860-1880; Berry Hill, Albemarle, 1816; Berry Hill, Halifax County, 1842-1844; Betsy Belle, Albemarle

    Bibb House, Albemarle, late 19th century, 1920s; Bingler House (Cherry Avenue), Charlottesville, 1915; Bingler House (King Street), Charlottesville, 1939; Bingler House (King Street), Charlottesville, 1939; Birdsong, Free Union, 1990; Black Angus Farm, Albemarle, ca. 1800; a Black Family House (Holsinger); Blake Farm, Woodridge, ca. 1825, late 19th century; Blandfield, Essex County, ca. 1771; Bleak Hill, Scottsville, ca. 1760; Blue Cedar, Shadwell, ca. 1939-1941; Blue Cottage, (dependency building for a University of Virginia dormitory), 14th & 15 Streets, ca. 1838; Blue Grass Valley Farm, Albemarle; Blue Ridge Farm, Free Union, 19th century; 1932 Blue Ridge Road Home, Meadowbrook Hills

  • Box 3
    "Bo-Bu" General1959-1995

    Bohn (Rufus) House, Appleberry Mountain, 18th century; Boone-White House, Charlottesville, 1914-1915, 1932; Boxwood Ridge, Ivy, ca. 1866-1873; Braedalbane, Farmington, 20th century; Briar Patch, Bellair, 1957; Brechin-Smith House, Charlottesville, 1881; Breeding-Wood Log House, Earlysville, 1830-1840; Brightberry, Crozet, 18th century, 1800-1820; Bridlepath Drive House, Boar's Head; Brinnington Farm, 20th century; Brondsema House, Crozet, 1940; Brook Cottage, Albemarle, ca. 1930; Brookley, Scottsville; Brooks House (Albert Brooks, free black), Charlottesville, 1870, 1925; Brookside, Campbell, 20th century; Brookside Cottage, Ivy, ca. 1920; Broomhollow, Albemarle, ca. 1800; Brown House, Charlottesville, 1879-1881; Brown House, North Garden, ca. 1800; Bruce House, Boonesville, late 19th century - early 20th century; Bruce House, Earlysville, ca. 1870

    Buck Island (John H. Wood), Albemarle, 18th century; Buck Island 1(Randolph Lewis), Albemarle, 1799; Buck Island Creek, Albemarle; Buck's Elbow Mountain, 19th century; Buena Vista, King George County, 1923; Buffalo Run Farm, Advance Mills; Bungalow/Bungalow Style, Cismont, ca. 1920/early 20th century; Burgess-Hawkins House, Charlottesville, 1888, 1911; 1702 Burnley Avenue, Charlottesville, ca. 1918; Burnley (Frank) House, Charlottesville, 1923; Bushnell-Wilkinson Carriage House, Charlottesville, ca. 1880s or 1910, 1927, 1965

  • Box 4
    Canaan Farm, Warren, 17851965-2000
  • Box 4
    Carlton, Albemarle1956-1995
  • Box 4
    Carr House, The Meadows, ca. 1830, razed 1980s1995
  • Box 4
    Carr House, (Cream Street), Charlottesville, ca. 1830, ca. 1850, ca. 1930, razed 19751975
  • Box 4
    Carrs Hill, University of Virginia, ante 1860, 1870-1871, 1907-19091993-1995
  • Box 4
    Carrsbrook, (Peter Carr House), Charlottesville, 1780s or 17941939-1998
  • Box 4
    Carrsgrove 1, Charlottesville, 17471992
  • Box 4
    Carrsgrove 2, Charlottesville, 1892, burned 19781978-1995
  • Box 4
    Carter-Gilmer House, Charlottesville, 1820s, late 19th century, 1955, 19881980-1995
  • Box 4
    Carver House (High Street), Charlottesville, 1886-1889, 19941993-1995
  • Box 4
    Casa Maria, Greenwood, 1919-1922, 19281991-1993
  • Box 4
    Castalia 1, (Claim House), Cismont, 17471992
  • Box 4
    Castalia 2, (Murry Boocock Home), Cismont, 1850, 1899, 19871984-1995
  • Box 4
    Castlebrook, Batesville, ca. 1835, 19051992
  • Box 4
    Castle Hill, Cismont-Cobham, 1764, 1824, 1844, 1947, 19911978-1999
  • Box 4
    Castlewood, Yancey Mills, 17901986-1991
  • Box 4
    Catterton House, Free Union, ca. 1835, 19891976-1988
  • Box 4
    Cedar Grove, Blenheim, 1798, 1820s, 1960s1980-1992
  • Box 4
    Cedars, The, (The Casino, The Dower), Yancy Mills, ca. 18551976-1992
  • Box 5
    Cherry Hill, Ivy, 20th century1991-1995
  • Box 5
    Cherry Valley, (Jesse Garth House), Albemarle, 1805, 1820s, late 19th century1997-1999
  • Box 5
    Chester, ca. 1847-18911982-1995
  • Box 5
    Chestnut Avenue Plantation, Earlysville, 18th century1958-1996
  • Box 5
    Chiswell, Greenwood, early 20th centuryn.d.
  • Box 5
    Christmas Hill, Esmont, ca. 18501979-1980
  • Box 5
    Church Hill, (John Schuyler Moon Summer Home), Keene, ca. 18301991
  • Box 5
    Church Hill, (John Toole House), Crossroads, ca. 1847, ca. 18601989
  • Box 5
    Cinnamon Hill, Cobham, ca. 1918n.d.
  • Box 5
    Cismont Manor, Keswick-Cismont, 1836, 1847, razed 18941979
  • Box 5
    Clermont, Charlottesville, ante 1860, ca. 1917, burned 19221990
  • Box 5
    Cliffside, (Virginia Moore Home), Scottsville, 1810?, 1835, ca. 18551977-2000
  • Box 5
    Clifton, Greenwood, ca. 1875, 19861993-1995
  • Box 5
    Clifton (Thomas Mann Randolph), North Milton, Albemarle, ca. 1800, 1820s, 19401982-1995
  • Box 5
    Clover Fields 1, (Nicholas Meriwether), Cismont, ca. 1765, razed 18461992
  • Box 5
    Clover Fields 2, Cismont, 18461973-1998
  • Box 5
    Clover Hill, (Burnley), Albemarle, late 18th century, mid 19th century1989-1992
  • Box 5
    Clover Hill, (Thomas Walker Meriwether House), Cismont, ca. 18301992-1998
  • Box 5
    Clunie, Earlysville, ca. 18701976
  • Box 5
    Cobham Park, (William Cabell Rives, Jr.), Cobham, ca. 18561995-2000
  • Box 5
    Cole House, Charlottesville, 1934-1935n.d.
  • Box 5
    Coleswood, Green Mountain, ca. 19021980-1993
  • Box 5
    Colle, (General Riedesel Home), Simeon, ca. 1774, razed 19331973-1976
  • Box 5
    Colonial Cottage, (Fore House), Scottsville, ca. 17801978-1995
  • Box 5
    Comyn Hall, (McCue House), Charlottesville, ca. 19001979-1993
  • Box 5
    Conway-Gilmer House, Charlottesville, ca. 1874n.d.
  • Box 5
    Copley (Massie House)n.d.
  • Box 5
    Creel House, Advance Mills, ca. 1815, ca. 1840n.d.
  • Box 5
    Creoch, Farmington, Charlottesville, 20th century1979
  • Box 5
    Crestwood, Albemarle, ca. 1890-19001976-1995
  • Box 5
    Crutchfield, Albemarle, late 18th century1991
  • Box 6
    "C" General1955-1995

    : Caledonia, Piedmont Hunt Country, 1812; Campbell Station Farm, Keswick Hunt; Carey House, Charlottesville, 1887 and ca. 1890s; Carr Place (Strange Place), Albemarle County, 1800; Carr (Dabney) House, Israel's Mountain; Carr (Hugh F.) House, Albemarle, late 19th century; Carr-Crawford House, Batesville, ca. 1910; Carroll (J. Payne) Home, Charlottesville, ca. 1909; Carrollton Manor, Charlottesville, ca. 1909-1910; Carrsbrook, Albemarle County, 20th century; Carter House, Samuel Miller district; Carter-Short House, Charlottesville, 1930; Carver House (Park Street), Charlottesville, 1908; Carver House (West High Street), Charlottesville, 1891; Carver-Blakey House, Charlottesville, 1894; Carver-Fitzhugh House, Charlottesville, 1900; Carver-Townsend House, Charlottesville, 1894; Casita, Albemarle County, 1870s-1880s; Catholic Diocese House, Earlysville, ca. 1825; Cave (E. L.) House, Charlottesville, 1912; Cave-Musselman House, Charlottesville, 1923

    Cedar Shakes, Keswick Hunt, 20th century; Cedarmere, Boonesville, ca. 1850; Cedar Valley Farm, Albemalre, ca. 1800; Chaddick House, Charlottesville, 1910; Chancellor-Cocke House (University Avenue), Charlottesville, early 20th century; Chapman House, Charlottesville, 1920; Chardon, Farmington, 20th century; Cherokee, Keswick Hunt, 20th century; Chimney Corner; Keswick, 20th century; Chisholm House, Charlottesville, 1936; Christiana, Farmington, 20th century; Clancy House, Charlottesville, 1925; Clarke Manor, Albemarle, 1794; Clarkston-Tonsler House, Charlottesville, 1915; Clements House (Allen-Clements House), Charlottesville, 1896; Cole (James) House, Charlottesville, 1870-1875

    Coles Tavern, Charlottesville, early 19th century; Colthurst Farm, Albemarle, 1965; Colvin-Tilman House, Charlottesville, 1893; Comer (Samuel) House, Charlottesville; Conduff House, Charlottesville, ca. 1941; Coniston, Piedmont, ca. 1850; Connell-Neve House, Charlottesville, ca. 1894; Cool Stream Farm (Ephrain Seamonds House), Free Union, 1812; Coombs-Paxson Cottage (Swiss Village), Charlottesville, 1924-1925; Coty House, Ednam Village, 20th century; Cox House (Carolyn Cox Home), Charlottesville, 20th century; Crofton Hill, Albemarle, 20th century; Crouse (William H.) House, Farmington, 20th century; Crozet House, Crozet, 1890; Curdland (William A. Curd), Batesville, ca. 1932

  • Box 6
    Darby's Folly (Chestnut Ridge, Old Waddell Place, J. Woods Garth, Sr. Home), Farmington, ca. 1750-1760, ca. 1810, 1938n.d.
  • Box 6
    Dargaveln.d.
  • Box 6
    Deepdene, Albemarle, 18921980-1990
  • Box 6
    Deer Lodgen.d.
  • Box 6
    Dinsmore-Dabney-Harmon House, (Pleasant View, Judge A. D. Dabney Home, John P. Harmon Home, Richard Duke Home, Garland Home), Charlottesville, early 19th century1990-1993
  • Box 6
    Doll House, (Thacker House), Scottsville, ca. 18101978-1995
  • Box 6
    Donegal 1, (Oakland), Warren, Albemarle, ca. 1804-1806, garden 18411985-1995
  • Box 6
    Donegal 2, (Oakland, Oak Ridge), Warren, Albemarle 1888, 1926, burned 1926, ca. 19611991-1996
  • Box 6
    Dovedale, (Zachariah Shackelford House), Stony Point, 1806-18151977-1990
  • Box 6
    Drover's Rest, Scottsville Turnpike Road, 1890-19101991
  • Box 6
    Duck-In Farm, Scottsville1995
  • Box 6
    Duke House, Charlottesville, 1884, 19871995
  • Box 6
    Dulaney House, Charlottesville, 19291995
  • Box 6
    Dunkum-Dice House, (Dr. Diggs House, Fire Station), Charlottesville, 1843, razed 19651990-1995
  • Box 6
    Dunkum-Spooner-Brown House, Charlottesville, 1842, ca. 1895, razed 19941994-1999
  • Box 6
    Dunlora 1, (Claim House), Albemarle, 17601992
  • Box 6
    Dunlora 2, (John Barclay Moon Home, Dabney Carr Home), Albemarle, burned 1828, 1840, burned 19161985-1995
  • Box 6
    Dunlora 3, Albemarle, ca. 19161967-1998
  • Box 6
    Dunn House, (Gibson Home, Little Owl Farm), Nortonsville, ca. 1825, 1991n.d.
  • Box 6
    Durrett House, Esmont, 19051993-1994
  • Box 6
    Dyer House, (Eugene Davis Home, Mantel in Carrsgrove), Charlottesville, ca. 1820, razed1954-1992
  • Box 6
    "D" General1979-1995

    Dabney House, Charlottesville, ca. 1870; Dabney-Thompson House, Charlottesville, 1894; Dargavel, Cismont, 1900, 1944; Davis House, Charlottesville, 1825, razed; Crenshaw (John) Farm (Dead Oak Farm), Earlysville, mid 19th century, 1870; Dean House, Free Union, late 19th century; Deep Acres, Farmington Hunt, 1948; Deerlodge, Keswick, 1850, 1970; Deer Run, Ednam Forest, 1969; Devon Road House, Ednam Forest, 20th century; Devonhurst, Keswick Hunt, 20th century; Disney-Keith House, Charlottesville, 1884

    Doswell House (Old Taylor House), Albemarle, ca. 1826; Douglas Avenue House, Charlottesville, early 20th century; Dowell (John) House, Albemarle; Dowell (Madison) House, Albemarle, ca. 1800; Dowell Tenant House, Mt. Chapel Community, ca. 1836; Ducharme, North Garden, 1920; Dudley (M. A.) House, Charlottesville, ca. 1925; Dudley Mountain Road House, Albemarle, early 20th century; Duff (E. L.) House, Ednam Forest, 1968; Duke House (R. W. Duke House), Charlottesville, late 19th century, razed; Dunn House, Free Union, late 19th century; Dunn (Dr. Thomas Martin), Free Union, late 19th century-early 20th century; Dutch Colonial, Charlottesville, early 20th century

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    East Belmont, Keswick, ca. 1811, 18251978-1994
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    Echol's Bungalow, Charlottesville, 1895-18961996
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    Edgehill, Shadwell, 1790, 1828, interior burned 1916, 19611976-1998
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    Edgemont, (James Powell Cocke Home, Graham Clark Home, William Snead Home), South Garden, 1795, 19361950-1998
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    Edgewood, Cashs Corner, 1911, 1957, 19681975-1995
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    Edgeworth, Cashs Corner, 18th century, burned 1835, 1837, 1859,19331983-1995
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    Edgmont, (Christopher Clark, John Gilmer Home), Eastham, 1780, 1827, 19511978-1999
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    Ednam, (John L. Dryden Home), Farmington vicinity, ca. 1901, ca. 19371979-1994
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    Edwards House, (Bluford Brockman Home), Burnley, ca. 1780 or 18121989
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    Eldon Farm, (C. H. Page Home), Cobham, ca. 1925n.d.
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    Elk Run Farm, Free Union, ca. 18841976
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    Ellerslie, (Three Rivers, 1976), Albemarle, 18421977-1995
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    Enderly, (Richard K. Flannagan Home), Charlottesville, 1859-1860, 1921n.d.
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    Enniscorthy Cabin, (Cabin in the Grove), Green Mountain, 18th century, razed1984
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    Enniscorthy 2, Green Mountain, ca. 1784, burned 18391967-1999
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    Enniscorthy 3, Green Mountain, 18501915-2000
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    Ernscliffe, Simeon, Albemarle, 1850s, razed 19911977-1993
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    Esmont, Esmont, ca. 1819, ca. 19531970-1990
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    Estes (Ned) Farm (Fairview, Dover-Foxcroft), Earlysville, ca. 1812, 19101989
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    Estouteville (Calycanthus Hill), Keene, ca. 1800, 1827-1830, 19831977-1991
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    Everett House, Charlottesville (relocated from Milton), early 19th century1965-1995
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    Evergreen, Albemarle1995
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    "E" General1978-1995

    Eaglehurst Farm, Albemarle; Early House, Earlysville, late 19th century; 310 East Beverly Street, Staunton, 1845; Echo Hill, Farmington area; Eddins-Robinson House, Charlottesville, 1895; Eddins-Tilden House, Charlottesville, 1901; Edgewood, Charlottesville, 1889; Edgewood Farm, Albemarle, 1878; Egern, Carters Bridge Neighborhood, 1949; Ellen Spring Farm, Cismont/Keswick Hunt; M. C. Elliott House, Charlottesville, 1935; 801 Elliott Avenue, Charlottesville, 1925; Eltham Manor, Piedmont Country, Henry County, 1936; Elwyn Farm, Augusta County, 1747, 1830; Emergency Relocation Home, 9th S. W., 1886; Epilogue, Greenwood, Albemarle County, 1971; Esmont home, Albemarle; Estes (Algretous) Farm, Earlysville, 1901; Estes Farm, Albemarle, 1890s; G. T. Estes Farm, Free Union, 1902; R. N. Estes House, Earlysville, 1890s; Eubank Place, Carters Bridge, ca. 1800; Evans Log House, Crozet, 19th century, demolished ca. 1960

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    Fairmount, (Fairmont), Stony Point, ca. 1840, 19461957-1976
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    Fairview Farm, (John L Manahan; John E. Manahan; Thomas Staples Martin House 1942), Scottsville, burned 1926, 19411987-1990
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    Fairway, Farmington Country Club, 1930, 19501970
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    Farm, The New, (built for John A. G. Davis; Thomas Farish Home), Charlottesville, 1826, brick addition 18501975-1999
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    Farm, The Old, (built for Nicholas Lewis), Charlottesville, ca. 1770, 1939, 1949-19501987-2000
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    Farmington, (Farmington Country Club 1929; Francis Jerdone Tory Home; Warner Wood Home; General Peyton Home), Farmington, 18th century, 1803, 1898, 19291967-1998
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    Farmington Houses (unnamed), 20th century1941-1997
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    Faulkner House, (Old Ivy Inn - Seymour Montesano; McFarland Home; Louis T. Hanckel Home; Thomas S. Martin Home, Frizell Home; Charles Goodyear Home; Haze Home; Jewry/Jury Home), Albemarle, 1855-1856, 1907, 19911975-1996
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    Feathers, Carters Bridge, (Featheridge; Belvidere; Falrose; Martin House), ca. 1800, 1820, 1939, 1960s1975-1994
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    Fielding, Ivy, ca. 1825-18401976-1991
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    Fieldstone, Farmington, 1933n.d.
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    Finally, (Wheeler Home), late 18th century, 19521991-1995
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    Findowrie, Cismont, (Aspen Grove; Campbells), ca. 17331978-1995
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    Fitch-Gleason House, Charlottesville, ca. 1845, ca. 1881n.d.
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    Flordon, (Stone Hunting Lodge; James Camp Home), near Farmington, early 1930s1983-1995
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    Forest Hill Plantation, Simeon, (Poplar Forest; John Watson Home; Tandy Wilhoit Home), 1786, ca. 1802, ca. 1900, 1933, 1946n.d.
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    Forest Lodge, Albemarle, ca. 1910, ca. 1941n.d.
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    Foster House, (Catherine "Kitty" Foster), Charlottesville, ca. 18331993-1995
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    Foster (Simon F.) House, Albemarle1991
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    Fosteria, (W. W. McClung Home), Batesville, ca. 18201991
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    Four Acres, Charlottesville, 1910, ca. 19881979-1999
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    Fowler House, (Parrott Cottage), Charlottesville, 1863, 1870s, 19231982-1995
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    Fox Ridge Farm, Farmington Hunt, ca. 1850, 19411985-1988
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    Franklin, Stony Point, Albemarle, ca. 17951988-1992
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    Franklin-Halifax House, Free Union, 18th centuryn.d.
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    Fray, (Holly Tree Farm), Advance Mills, 1820s, mid 19th century1995
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    "F" General1980-1995

    Fairview Farm, Farmington Hunt; Fansler House, Charlottesville, 1888, ca. 1914, ca. 1929, 1979; G. W. Farish House, Charlottesville, 1870; Farm estates, Keswick; Faulconer Home, Farmington, 1931; Ferguson House, Farmington Hunt/Free Union, ca. 1790; Ficklin-Crawford Cottage, Charlottesville, 1870s-1886; Fiddler's Green, Albemarle, 20th century; Fife-Lupton Cottage, Charlottesville, 1891; Fifth Street House, Charlottesville; Finch-McGee House (Cottage), Charlottesville, 1884; Fiske (Barbara J.), Covesville, 1880; Five Oaks, Albemarle, 19th century; Five Oaks, Ivy, 1908; Five Oaks, Esmont, late 19th/early 20th century; Fleischman House, Crozet, 1890; Forest Oaks, Natural Bridge, ca. 1806; Foster Home, (Cocke-Foster House), Albemarle, 1865-1870, 1874; Foster-Critzer House, Batesville, late 19th century/20th century; Fox Ridge Farm, Albemarle, early 1800s; Foxden Farm, Shadwell, Keswick Hunt; Foxhaven, Albemarle, ca. 1937; Free Union Horse Farm, Free Union, ca. 1900; Fuller-Bailey House, Charlottesville, 1892; Fuller-Bailey House, Charlottesville, 1892

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    Gale Hill, (William Cecil Dabney Home), Albemarle, 1770, 1887, burned 19321993
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    Gallison Hall, Farmington, 1931-19331969-1997
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    Gardner House, Charlottesville, 19251993-1994
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    Gentry House, Crozet, ca. 18251976
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    George House, Charlottesville, ca. 18721980
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    George House, (H.A. George, Jr. Home), Farmington, 1936, 1947n.d.
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    Gianniny-Bailey House, Charlottesville, 18951995
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    Gilmer-Wood House, Charlottesville, ca. 1820, razed pre-1901n.d.
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    Gleason-Donovan House, Charlottesville, 18931995
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    Glen Dower 1, (Claim House), Keene, ca. 1745-17601957-1995
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    Glen Dower 2, (Scotts Mill; Dyers Mill), Keene, 1810, 19th century1967-1995
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    Glen Echo, Albemarle, ca. 1760, 1936, ca. 19411977-1987
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    Glen Esk, (Marshall Durrett Place), North Garden, ca. 1790-18031980-1997
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    Glenmore, (Thomas Esten Randolph Home; Louis H. Girardin Home; Walker Timberlake Home; Thomas G. Watkins Home; Benjamin Henry Magruder Home); Shadwell, 1795, 18431957-1997
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    Glentivar, Greenwood, early 19th century, mid 19th century, 19891993-1998
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    Goodwin Farm, Camp Holiday Trails, Albemarle, 1820sn.d.
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    Gorman House, Charlottesville, 18251993
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    Grassmere, Ivy, ca. 1830, ca. 18601976-1990
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    Greenfields, Scottsville, 19041977-1995
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    Greenwood Farm, (William Dinwiddie Home), Albemarle, ca. 1915n.d.
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    Guthrie Hall, Green Mountain, ca. 1901-19051978-1997
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    "G" General1981-1995

    Gaar-Madison, Free Union, ca. 1740, ca. 1840; Gamble-McCullough House, Charlottesville, 1890; Gardner-Mays Cottage, Earlysville, 1891; Garland Property, Albemarle, 1969-1970; Garnett House, Earlysville, mid 19th century; Gee House, Charlottesville, 1920s; Geiger-Coles House, Charlottesville, 1881; H. H. George House, Charlottesville, 1889-1891; George-Makris House, Charlottesville, 1882-1889; George-Perry House, Charlottesville, 1889-1891; Gibson Houses, Estes Street, Charlottesville, 1900; Giddings, 1930s, razed; Gillespie-Wright House, Charlottesville, 1887; Gilmore-Watts House, Charlottesville, 1922; Gilmorton, ca.1816

    H. M. Gleason House, Charlottesville, ca. 1881, 1906; Gleason-Pendleton House, Charlottesville, ca. 1889; Glen Arvon, Albemarle, 1830; Glenmore Farm, Amelia County, 18th century; Glenwood, ca. 1847; Gloeckner House, Charlottesville, 1900; Goins (Robert) House, Charlottesville, ca. 1845-1849, ca. 1870-1875, 1957, 1964; Goldsmith House, Charlottesville, 1882-1889; Gooch House (W. D. Dabney Home), Charlottesville, ca.1870; Goodwin House, (Bemiss House), 1930s, 1992 addition; Gracroft, Albemarle; Graecote, Albemarle, 1962

    Grassmere, Ivy, 20th century; 708 Graves Street, Charlottesville, 1918, 1993; Grayson, Keene, 1924-1927; Graystone, Farmington, 20th century; Green Creek farm estates, Albemarle, ca.1910; Green House, Batesville, mid 19th century; Greene Mount, King and Queen County, ca. 1770; Green Mountain, Boonesville, ca. 1802; Green Pastures, Albemarle County; Green Plains, Albemarle, 1836; Greenhills, Albemarle, ca. 1970; Greenway Farm, Greenwood, 19th century; remodeled 1970; Greenwood Cottage, Greenwood, Grigg (Milton L.) House, Charlottesville, 1948; The Grove, (Barksdale-Totty House), Charlottesville, 19th century; Grove Hill Farm, Albemarle, 1937, 1947

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    Haden-Coles House, (Elizabeth Coles Home), Charlottesville, 1915-1918, razed1980-1995
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    Hale House, (William Newton Hale), Charlottesville, 19491985
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    Hampstead, (Belle Gate; Rin Ran), Albemarle, dated timber 1804, 1830s, mid 20th century1978-1995
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    Hanckel House, (Lewis Hackel Home), Charlottesville, early 19th century1995
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    Hard Bargain, Charlottesville, 18781978
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    Harris Houses, (Harris Farm Slave House, Albemarle, ca. 1840-1860; Harris House outbuilding, Free Union, late 19th early 20th century)1980-1990
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    Harris-Sheperd House, Charlottesville, 1905, razed ca. 19811980
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    Hatton Grange, (Mountain View), Albemarle, 1831, 18981991-1996
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    Hatton on the James, Albemarle, early-mid 19th century1996
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    Hawkins-Wondree House, Charlottesville, ca. 1835, 18921977
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    Head of Creek Plantation, (Woodlawn Farm; The Willows; Old Plantation; Edward Garland Home; Joseph Sutherland Home), ca. 1790, burned ca. 19701980-1995
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    Headquarters, (Mountain View; Bruce House), Browns Cove, 1769, frame burned, 1812 rear, 1818 brick, 19561954-1991
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    Heiskell-Livers Townhouse 1, (John L. Livers Home 1913), Charlottesville, ca. 1822, 19151975-1994
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    Heiskell-Livers Townhouse 2, (McKennie-Livers Annex), Charlottesville, 18421995
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    Hermitage. Albemarle1982-1991
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    Hessian Road house, Charlottesville, 20th century1994
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    Hidden Acres, Albemarle, 1850-1870, 1930s1976
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    High Meadows, (Fairview; Mountain Sunset), Scottsville, 1832, 18831986-1995
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    High Mowing, (Sally Alexander Martin Home), Albemarle, 1856, 18621991-1995
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    High Oaks, Farmington, ca. 19381977
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    Highlands, (Magnolia Cottage), Albemarle, 1929, 1936, 1938n.d.
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    Hill, The, (John W. Davis Home; Thomas Walker Gilmer Home; T. J. Williams Home; C. H. Walker Home; John T. Antrim, Sr. Home), Charlottesville, 1831, razed 19041991
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    Hill House, Batesville, late 19th century, 19791988-1993
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    Hill House (William Maury Hill House), (other owners include James Dinsmore, John A. G. Davis, John Smith. Benjamin P. A. Warthen), Dudley Mountain, 19th century1991-1998
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    Hill Top, (Charles R. Dorrier House), Scottsville, ca. 19141976-1991
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    Hillcrest Farm, (Verdant Lawn; High Ground; John T. Randolph Home; Paul B. Barringer Sanitorium; Percy Brown Home; Tandem School), Albemarle, ca. 18401991-1997
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    Hillside, (Harmon House), Charlottesville, 18991996
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    Hodges-Gleason House, (Barksdale House), Charlottesville, 18571974-1995
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    Holly Croft, (Tuckedin), Keswick, ca. 1860, 19701986
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    Holly Fork, (Hopewell; Hopedale), Cismont, late 18th century, burned 1849 & 19661957-1978
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    Holly Hollow, (Daniel Wood House), Ivy, 18371976-1998
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    Holly Tree Farm, Advance Mills, ca. 17901994
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    Hollymead, (Dean Runk Home; Silver Thatch Inn), Albemarle, ca. 1777, ca. 1800, 1936-1937, 19631973-1995
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    Home Tract, (Hughes House; White House), Ivy, 1803, 1812, 1870, ca. 19251976-1999
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    Homeplace, The, (William Tompkins Home; White Hall), White Hall, mid 19th century, 19751976-1979
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    Horseshoe, The, Woodsons Corner, mid 19th century, mid 20th century1991-1995
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    Horseshoe Retreat, (Gay House; Old James C. Houchens Home), Gay Mountain, mid 19th century, 1951-19521993
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    Hotopp-Watson House, Charlottesville, 1900n.d.
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    House at Lindsay, mid 19th centuryn.d.
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    Houses, (various unnamed houses), Charlottesville and Albemarle1995-1998
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    Howard House, (Lucy Howard House razed), Israels Gap, ca. 19001991-1995
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    Howardsville Tripartite House, ca. 1830, ruins from 1969 flood1976-1995
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    Howardsville (various unnamed houses), ca. 1800, 1846, 1880s1974-1989
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    Hughes House, Charlottesville, ca. 1853n.d.
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    Hulfish House, Charlottesville, 1902, 1987n.d.
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    Hydraulic Mills, (Redbrook; Running Fox); ca. 1818, 1829, 19391976
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    "H" General1956-1996

    Halcyon, Albemarle; Hale House, (Holmes House), Hessian Road, ca. 1948; Hale House, Meadowbrook Road, 1949; Halfway House , Farmington, 20th century; Halifax House, Albemarle, 19th century, mid 20th century; Hall Place, Albemarle, 1830; Hammond House, Charlottesville, 1925; Hancock House, Charlottesville, 1874; Hannah House, Crozet, 1900; Hansen House, Pantops Mountain, 1940s; Harris House, Albemarle, late 19th century; Harris House, (Davis House), White Hall, late 18th century; Harrison House, Albemarle, mid 19th century; Harrison House, (W. Wright Harrison House), Farmington, 20th century; Hart House, Albemarle, ante 1820, 1870s; Hartnagle-Witt House, Charlottesville, 1884; Hatch House, (Rev. J. W. Hatch House; Dr. W. D. Macon House), Charlottesville; Hawkins-Harmon House, (Pace's Taxi Co., Inc.), Charlottesville, ca. 1843; Hawkins-Holmes House, (John A. Holmes Home; William Dyer Wheeler Home), Charlottesville, 1850s; Hawkins-Perry House, Charlottesville, 1873

    Hearthwood House, Ivy, ca. 1881; Heathcote, Keswick Hunt, ca. 1915; Heatwole, Charlottesville, 1920; Hectic Hill, Albemarle, ca. 1792; The Hedges, (Happy Creek), Albemarle, 20th century; Heiskell House, (John J. Collier, J. Henry Irving owners), Charlottesville, ca. 1822, razed; Henderson House, Charlottesville, 1934; Herndon House, (Parr Home; Andy Johnson Home), Scottsville, ca. 1810; Herring-Turner House, Charlottesville, 1914; Highlands, Farmington Hunt, 20th century; Hillcrest Apartments Cottage, Charlottesville, 19th century, moved ca. 1892; Hill-Holladay House, Charlottesville, 1905; Hillel Foundation, Charlottesville, ca. 1913-1914; Hilltop, Esmont

    Holladay House, Charlottesville, 1894; Historic Downtown House, late 19th century; Hollow Tree, (Greenway), Green Mountain, 1893, 1920s; Holly Hill, (Martin-Wilder House), Charlottesville, 1899; Holly Hill, (Major Henry Wise guest house), Farmington, 1957; Holt Farm, Keene, ca. 1900; The Homestead, Albemarle, addition late 20th century; Homestead Style, Charlottesville, early 20th century; Home Track, (Home Tract), Crozet, ca. 1890, ca. 1994; Homestretch, Earlysville, addition ca. 1889; Hopewell, Browns Cove, 20th century; Hors de Ville, Charlottesville; Horseshoe Farm, Albemarle; Howard (Allan) Home, Howardsville; Howard- Jackson House, Charlottesville, ca. 1871-1875, 1906, 1965; Hudson (John) Home, Red Hill area, ca. 1828; Hudson-Smith House, Charlottesville, 1881; Humphrey-Abell House, (Hill and Dale; Frank Abell House), Albemarle, ca. 1880-1895; Humphries House, Charlottesville, razed; Hunt House, Albemarle, mid 19th century, early 20th century; Hunter's Hall, Albemarle, 1896; Hunting Box, Free Union/Earlysville; Huntin' Ridge Farm, Albemarle; Huyett-Bryan House, Charlottesville, 1901

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    Idylwood Studio, (William Edward Burgess Home), Scottsville1993
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    Ingleside, Keswick, 1885, 19171986
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    Inn at Monticello, Albemarle, mid 19th century1995
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    Isole, Albemarle, ca. 19001996
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    Ivy Creek Farm, (J. J. Woods Home), Ivy, mid 19th century, ca. 19391978
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    Ivywood, Farmington, ca. 19361993
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    Ix House, (Frank Ix Residence), Charlottesville, early 1930s, 1960n.d.
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    "I" General1968-1998

    Indian Fields, Albemarle, late 18th century, burned 1854; Inglescress, Albemarle, 1986; Ingleridge Farm, Albemarle, 1941; Ingleside, North Garden; International Students House, Charlottesville, 1914; Ivory Log House, (Ivy Log House), Albemarle, ca. 1880; Ivy Cottage, Farmington area; Ivy Glen Farm, (Herbert Pettey House), Ivy, 20th century; Ivy Manor, (William W. Gilmer House; White Oaks), Albemarle, ca. 1845, burned ca. 1921

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    Jarman House, (Brugger House), Crozet, early 19th century1976-1995
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    Jarman-Cree House, (Walton House), Crozet, ca. 18601994-1995
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    Jarman-Walker House, Jarmans Gap, ca. 18351976-1994
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    Jeffries House, (Preddys Funeral Home), Charlottesville, 1858, 19341995
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    Jeffries-Bruce House, (Martha K. Bruce Home; James M. Jeffries Home), Scottsville, ca. 18381978-1990
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    Jones-Williams House, (Social Hall), Charlottesville, 18141974-1995
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    Jordan-Morgan-Leitch-Haden House, Charlottesville, ca. 1806, ca. 1884, 19071978-1998
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    Jumping Branch, Garth Road, Albemarle, 20th century1995-1999
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    "J" General1978-1998

    Jackson House, (Nanny Cox Jackson Home; William Wirt Law Office; City Hall site), razed 1968; Jacobs Run Farm, (John G. B. Crenshaw Farm), Earlysville, ca. 1850, ca. 1870; Jamestown (frame house from 1907 James Tercentenary, Crozet; J. N. Jarman House, (J. W. Gentry House), Crozet, 1908; John L. Jarman House, Charlottesville, 1892; East Jefferson Street House, Charlottesville, 1925; James L. Jessup House, Colthurst Farm, Charlottesville, 20th century; William Johnson, builder, Cismont, Stephen Jones Home, Charlottesville, 1925; Joseph-Batten House, (Batten Place), Batesville, ca. 1900

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    Keelona, (Redbrook), Carters Bridge, 1797, ca. 1850, 19401977-1995
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    Keith House, (Daniel Keith Home, Nimmo Home), Charlottesville, ca. 1790, 19371983-1985
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    Kelly House, (John Kelley House), 1828, mid 19th century, razed mid 20th century1993
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    Kenridge, (Colridge; Kappa Sigma Headquarters; site of original William Garth House), Albemarle, 1922, 19691965-1995
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    Kenwood 1, (Fancy Hill), 1820s, mid 18th century, razed 20th century1990-1997
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    Kenwood 2, (site of Kenwood 1; Little White House; Frances Nash Home; Ellen Nash Foundation), 20th century, ca. 19381990-1998
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    Keswick, (Turkey Hill; Dr. Thomas Walker House), Cash Corner, 1764, 1818, 18321980-1999
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    Key House, Charlottesville, 18881993-1995
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    Key West, Albemarle, ca. 18721978-1995
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    Kinloch, (Margaret Patterson Home), Cismont, ca. 1764, razed, burned ca. 1839, May 1865, late 19th century, 1940s, 19951978-1995
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    Kirgis House, Charlottesville, 19371993
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    Kirklea, Ivy, ca. 1896, 19811990-1996
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    "K" General1990-1995

    Kearsarge, (Robert Harris Woods House), Albemarle, 1926; Keene, house at, Albemarle, ca. 1900-1925; Kelly House, Kellytown, Charlottesville, 1868, 1870s; Kenmont, Farmington, 20th century; Keogh Home, North Garden, 1929; Kesmont, Cismont, ca.1950; The Keswick Estate, Keswick, 1997; Keswick Farm, Albemarle, 1810; Kilby/Joseph House, Albemarle, 1867; Kilham House, Farmington, 1941; King- Burgess House, Charlottesville, 1886; King-Runkle House, Charlottesville, 1891; Kyldeere Farm, Albemarle, 1981

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    Lanark, Albemarle, mid 19th century1975-1995
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    Landsdale Farm, Farmington Hunt, ca. 1810, late 20th centuryn.d.
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    Lands End, (Dr. Charles Minor Home; McLaughlin Home; Henry Crawford Home), ca. 1780, 1938, 1944-19471990
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    Leaflands, (Olivet Presbyterian Church), Albemarle, 1920s1989-1995
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    Leathers House, Albemarle, ca. 1845, ca. 19051979
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    Leathers-Snyders House, Charlottesville, 18911995
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    Lego site, Albemarle, (Thomas Walker House; Jefferson Farm); early 19th century, 18941987
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    Leitch House, (James S. Leitch House), Charlottesville, 1892, 19751992
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    Lennox Farm, Green Mountain, early 18th century1988-1995
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    Lewis Level, (Stillwater Farm; Stockton Farm; Lone Oak; William Morris Home; Lady Blanca Rosenstiel Home), Albemarle, 1790, 1820s, 19621976-2000
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    Lewis Mountain, (Kearny Mission; Society for Precious Blood; Thomas Campbell Home), Charlottesville, 1909, early 1920s1937-1994
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    Licking, (Lickin'; Bazille Brown Place), Browns Cove, ca. 1822, burned ca. 1940, razed 19841982-1995
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    Limestone, Shadwell, (James/Andrew Monroe Home; George C. Blaetterman Home), 18th century, 1828, 19281976-1999
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    Linden Farm, Crossroads, (John White Caroline Moore Home; Garnett White Home), ca. 1800, late 19th century, 1960s, 19911980-1996
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    Linden (Old), Albemarle, (Nicholas Beary Home; David Branaman Home), late 18th century, ca. 19901980-1998
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    Lion's Watch, (The Long C Farm; Henry A. Wise Home; Merrymore), Albemarle County, 1940-19411969
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    Lipop House, Charlottesville, ca. 1836, late 19th century1995
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    Little Keswick, Keswick, (Keswick Orchard; Keswick Park; Elizabeth Wheeler Home), ca. 1870, mid 19th centuryn.d.
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    Little Mountain, (Locust Grove), Albemarle, ca. 1800, early 20th century, 1930s1978-1995
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    Lochlynn.d.
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    Locust Farm, (Quintus Valentine Head & Mary Florence Feaganes Home), Free Union, early 19th century1996
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    Locust Grove, Charlottesville, 1840-1844, ca. 1890s, 1946-19471990
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    Locust Hill, (Benjamin Johnson and Elizabeth Moorman Home), Howardsville, late 18th century1991-1998
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    Locust Hill, (Meriwether Lewis Birthplace), Ivy, 18th century, burned ca. 18371976-1995
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    Logan, (Meriwether Lewis Walker House), Gordonsville, ca. 1836, 1840-18551979
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    Log House, Rt. 750, Albemarle, mid 19th century1996
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    Logon, (Breitstein), Keswick Hunt Country, ca. 1870, 1930s1977-1979
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    Long Branch, (Samuel White Home), Ivy, early 19th century1978-1998
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    Longly, Albemarle, ca. 1850, ca. 19201993
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    Longwood, Albemarle, 1765, ca. 1800, 18201974-1996
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    Lyman Mansion, (Blue Ridge Sanitorium), Albemarle, 1876, 19221986
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    Lynchburg Road houses, Albemarlen.d.
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    "L" General1980-1995

    Lafayette's Camp, Keswick Hunt; Lamb House (Virginia Lamb), Yancey Mills, 1900; Lamm House, (Catholic Diocese of Richmond, owner), Earlysville, mid 19th century, ca. 1900; Landrum- Irving House, Charlottesville, 1908; Larmour House, Albemarle, ca. 1900; Leake-Farish House, Charlottesville, 1850s, 1920; Leitch House, (James A. Leitch House), Charlottesville, 1910; Leitch-Munday House, Charlottesville, 1828; Lewis-Lammey House, Charlottesville, 1897; Liberty Hall, Farmington Hunt; Limestone Spring Farm, Shadwell area, ca. 1820; Linden Lane Farm, Keswick, 1930s; Lindsay House, (Daniel House), Scottsville, mid 19th century; Little Black Mountain, Albemarle, 1971; Little Raynham, Albemarle, 20th century; Little Virginia, (School/Office relocated from The Meadows), Lindsay, late 19th century, ca. 1900; Lochlyn, Albemarle, 1950s, 1985; Lochlyn Cottage, Albemarle, 1980; Locust Avenue House, early 20th century; Locust Grove House, Locust Grove Improvement Company House #1, Charlottesville, ca. 1894-1895; Locust Grove Improvement Company House #2, Charlottesville, ca. 1894-1895, 1908; Locust Shade, (Windcrest), Albemarle, ca. 1850; Lofland Place, Albemarle, ca. 1860; Log Cabin, Carters Bridge; Log House, Camp Carter; Log House, Albemarle, razed; Log House Farm, Albemarle, 20th century; Lone Oak Farm, Albemarle, 20th century; Lonleat, (Kennett W. Hinks House), Turner Mountain, Ivy, ca. 1962; Long Ridge, Albemarle; Lost Valley Farm, Albemarle; Lotti House, Charlottesville, 1882-1889; Lower Sherwood, (Mt. Airy site), Albemalre, 1952; Lydea, Woodbridge, late 19th century; Lyndhall Apartments, University Way, 1915

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    Macon-Victorius House, (Paul Victorius Home; James Madison Curtis Home), Charlottesville, 1914, 19441995
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    Madras Hill, near Greenwood, 1825, 1920s, 1930s, 19751987-1991
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    Mallory-Spencer House, Charlottesville, 1891n.d.
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    Malvern (Millhouse, Oakland, Mayor Benjamin Wheeler Home; Gerald Lindsay Home; S. O. White Home), Albemarle, ca. 1820, 1969-19701997-1998
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    Manahan House, (Home of Anastasia, wife of John Manahan), Charlottesville, 19601991-1995
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    Maple Hill, (old site of Maple Hill Cottage), Albemarle, 1914, 19761983
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    Maple Hill Cottage, (Giles Home; Harrison Home; George T. Omohundro Home), Albemarle, ca. 1820, moved 19761990
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    Marcha Hill, near Scottsvillen.d.
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    Marshall-Rucker House, (William J. Rucker Home), Charlottesville, 1894, 19301975-1998
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    Massie-Wills Townhouse, (Frederick Wills Home), Charlottesville, ca. 18301965-1993
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    Matthews House, (site of Lewis Leschot Shop & Library), Charlottesville, ca. 18361995-1997
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    Maupin-Bibb House, (Chapman W. Maupin Home; William A. Bibb Home), Charlottesville, early 19th century1991-1996
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    Maupin House, ("Creek Dave" Maupin House), Albemarle, mid 1830s1976
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    Maxfield, (Belvoir; Fairy Fort; The Creek Farm; Hommes or Money Boys School), Keswick, ca. 1764, burned 1835, moved to Milton then to Cismont1978-1991
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    McAllister-Andrews House, (J. B. Andrews Home), Charlottesville, 1875, 1896, 19851980-1994
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    McCue House, (Afton Farm), Albemarle, ca. 18831991-1999
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    Meadow Bluffs, (Southern Comfort; Harris Plantation; The Farm), Free Union, ca. 1790, 1891, 19671955-1976
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    Meadow Creek, Albemarle, late 19th century1994
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    Meadowbrook, Greenwood, ca. 18001990-1992
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    Meadows, The, (Little Virginia), Albemarle (main house over Louisa line), ca. 1810, late 19th century1995
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    Meadows, The, (James O. Carr House; House Tract of Meadow Creek Farm; Peyton House), Charlottesville, ca. 1872, razed 19921992-1996
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    Mechum River Farm, Batesville, ca. 1810, 1840s1989-1992
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    Meridien, Free Union, ca. 18401989
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    Meriwether, Farmington Hunt, 20th centuryn.d.
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    Merrie Mill Plantation, (Edgefield), Cobham, 1857, ca. 19001979-1999
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    Merry Oaks, Burnley, ca. 1830, 1947, 19501990-1997
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    Meyers House, Charlottesville, 19251994
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    Michie House, Saint Margaret's, Cobham, ca. 17851992
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    Midmont, (Bernard Chamberlain Home; William C. Chamberlain Home; Mary Lewis Clarkson Craven Home; Thomas Walker Maury Home; Jesse Pitman Lewis owner), Charlottesville, early 19th century, mid 19th century, ca. 18701989
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    Midway, (Riverdale Farm; Huntsmoor), Farmington Hunt, 1765, 1807, 1820, ca. 19301977-1998
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    Midway Farm, Crozet, ca. 1810, 1930s1984-1995
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    Millburne, Albemarle, Charlottesville, ca. 18001992
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    Miller House, Charlottesville, 1902, 19871993
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    Miller House, Earlysville, 19271993
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    Millhaven, Advance Mills, ca. 19201982-1991
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    Millstream Farm, Advance Mills, ca. 1866, 1965n.d.
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    Milton Farm, Milton, early 19th century, ca. 19151982
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    Mini-Acres, Keene, 1890n.d.
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    Minor-Nelson House, (and Minor-Nelson Sanitarium), Charlottesville, ca. 1827-18401991-1999
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    Mirador, (El Mirador; Millburne site), 1842, 1897, 1921, 1930, 19761974-1994
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    Monroe Hill, (Lower Plantation; Major Edmund Broadus Home; Arthur P. Brockenbrough Home; Captain John M. Perry Home), University of Virginia, ca. 1789, 1817, 1848, 1929-19301990-1999
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    Montalto, (Pattersons Mountain; Carters Mountain; Browns Mountain; Repose; Kinrose; Carter Ridge; Mountaintop Farm; Mount Alto), Albemarle, ca. 19001995
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    Montebello, (George Wilson Spooner, Jr. Home; Charles Scott Venable Home; William Mynn Thorton Home; Bruns Home; Mrs. Eva Warren Home; John Zack Holladay, Sr. Home; Douglas Buffum Home; Gundy Home; Isaac Kimber Moran Home; Hardy Cross Dillard Home; Frank Kaulback, Jr. Home; Marion B. Peavy Home; Robert Sweeney Home), Stadium Road, Charlottesville, 1819-18201982-1994
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    Montesano, Charlottesville, 1939-19401981
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    Monticello 1, (A Jefferson Farm), Carters Mountain, 1768-17961981
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    Monticello 2, (A Jefferson Farm), Carters Mountain, 1796-1809, 1935, 1953-19541973-1995
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    Monticello, Inn at (see Inn at Monticello)1995
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    Monticola, (Fowles Tavern), Howardsville, early 1840s1991-1995
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    Mooreland, (Poplar Springs), Albemarle, 18541991
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    Mooreland (Old), (Locust Grove (?); William Moore Home; Charles Wingfield Home; Marcus Durrett Home), Albemarle, 1750, 1930s1987-1995
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    Morea, (John M. Perry, landowner; Richard Thomas Walker Duke Home; Little Morea, attached; Boarding House), Spring Lane, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, ca. 1835, 1847, 19621976-1985
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    Morrisena, Warren, early 19th century1977-1992
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    Morris House, (Anne C. Morris Home), Charlottesville, 18451991
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    Morrowdale, Albemarle, near White Hall, 19th centuryn.d.
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    Morven 1, (Indian Camp Slave Quarters), Simeon, ca. 17961993
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    Morven 2, (Whitney Stone Home; Margaret Patterson Home), Simeon, ca. 1820, 1926, 1928, 19361976-1997
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    Morven, (Dr. Edward F. Birckhead Home; Dr. Edward H. Birckhead Home), Albemarle, 18th century1994-2000
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    Mount Air (Cole-Bishop House; Ferneyhough Home; McVey Home; Coles Home; Bishop Home), Proffit, 18th century, ca. 18651991-1997
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    Mount Air (Christopher Hudson House; Mount Ayr; Judge John Schuyler Moon Winter Home), Carters Bridge, 18th century1991
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    Mount Air Farm, White Hall, 19141975
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    Mount Amour, (Crystal Mountain Farm; Socrates Maupin Home), Greenwood, ca. 1790, ca. 18301981-1991
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    Mount Comfort, (across from) Woodlands, Albemarle, ca. 18001979-1997
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    Mount Eagle 1, (Charles Lilburn Lewis Home; Craven Peyton Home), Albemarle, 18th century1991
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    Mount Eagle 2, (Robert Gentry Home), Boyd Tavern, 18461976
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    Mount Fair, (Captain Bazaleel Brown, Sr. Home; Dean Edmund S. Campbell Home), Browns Cove, 18451966-2000
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    Mount Ida, (David Ross Home; William Leitch Home), Keene, 1790s, 1996 relocated1997
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    Mount Pleasant, ca. 1830, Scottsville, mid 19th century, early 20th century1980-1998
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    Mount Prospect, (Charles & Christopher Hudson Home; Charles Wingfield, Sr. Home), Biscuit Run Valley, ca. 1762n.d.
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    Mount Walla, (Mount Wallow; Peter Field Jefferson, owner), Scottsville, ca. 17701993
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    Mount Warren (Governor Wilson Cary Nicholas House; William Tapscott Home), Warren, ca. 1780, burned 19271973-1996
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    Mount Warren Farm (Wilson Cary Nicholas, owner; Wolcott Rives, owner), Esmont, ca. 19001991-1996
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    Mountain Grove, (Benjamin Harris, owner), Green Mountain, 1803-18041966-2000
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    Mountain View, Albemarle, ca. 1810, ca. 18251976
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    Mountain View Farm, Albemarle, early 19th centuryn.d.
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    Music Hall (Captain James H. Terrell Home), Cismont, late 18th century, razed, ca. 1910n.d.
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    "M" General1955-1996

    Magruder House, Farmington, 1952; Lawton Mahan House, Farmington; Mahanes House, Charlottesville, William Mahone House, Keene, 1900; Maple Hill, Greenwood. ca. 1915; Mariah, Farmington Hunt, 20th century; Marlewood Hall, Greenwood, 20th century; Marshall-Dabney-Shackleford-Cubbage House, (George B. Marshall; Walter D. Dabney; Gertrude Shackleford; Ann H. Cubbage), Charlottesville, ca. 1892; Marshall-Edwards House, (George B. Marshall; Samuel W. Edwards), Charlottesville, ca. 1894; Marshall Farm, Earlysville, late 19th century; Martin House, Charlottesville; Mason Lane, Charlottesville, 1927; Massie House, Covesville, 1900; Massie-Dabney House, Charlottesville, 1895; Massie-Smith Townhouse, Charlottesville, ca. 1830; Massland Farm; Keswick Hunt;Maupin's Place, Albemarle, ca. 1810; Pleasent Maupin Homestead, Free Union, late 18th century; Benjamin Maupin House, Free Union, 1830s-1850s; Nathaniel Maupin House, (Guy Via House), Albemarle, ca. 1826; Maxwell Mountain House, (John Maxwell Home), Covesville, ca. 1751

    McAllister House, Batesville, late 19th century; Cecil McAllister Home, Sugar Hollow, mid 19th century, 1935; McCarthy House, Albemarle, 1830; McCrory House, Ednam Forest, 20th century; McCue-Sprouse House, Crozet, ca. 1880-1900; McGregor House, Howardsville, 1840, 1980s; McIntire House, (Paul McIntire Home), Charlottesville, razed; McKennie-Miller House, Charlottesville, ca. 1850; McMurdo-Michael House, (James Harry Michael, Jr. House), Charlottesville, 1899; Meadelands, (Richard K. Meade Home; Llewellyn), Charlottesville, 1854; Meadow View, Albemarle; Mechunk Creek Stables, Keswick Hunt, ca. 1910; Merifields, Cismont, late 19th century; Merlands, Albemarle, late 18th century

    Michie-Morris House, Charlottesville, 1898; Middle Mountain Farm, Sugar Hollow, 1934-1943; Midstream, Albemarle, 20th century; Miller School Road House, Albemarle, 1931; Millstone, Albemarle, 1920s; Millwood Manor, Albemarle; Minor Court Apartments, University Avenue, 1896, 1927; Minor-Gilmer House, Charlottesville, 1873; Miramont, University Circle, 1914

    Monticello Wine Company House, Charlottesville, ca. 1884; Moon House, (Brooks-Martin Log House; Layman House), Batesville, mid 19th century; Moon House, (Chancellor House), Scottsville, early 19th century; Moon-Henderson House, Charlottesville, late 19th century; Moore-Wingfield House, Charlottesville, 1885; Lanny P. Morris House, Albemarle, early 20th century; Morris Home, (Clark Sutherland Home), Albemarle, ca. 1824; Mt. Airy, Albemarle, early 1920s; Mount Merrie Farm, Albemarle; Mountain Hollow Farm, Greenwood, 19th century; Mountain Meadows, Greenwood; Mountain View, (Harkaway), Crozet, 1930; Myers House, Charlottesville, 1925

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    Neilson House, (John Neilson, owner; Captain Christopher L. Fowler Home), Charlottesville, 18621982-1991
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    Nelson House, (R. B. Nelson, owner), Charlottesville, 1857-18621996-1998
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    New Shadwell, (Colonel Frank G. Ruffin, owner; Punch Bowl Farm; Thomas Jefferson Randolph, Jr. Home), Albemarle, 18th century, 1841, 1923 interior burned, 19461975-1976
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    New Woodville, (Elizabeth & Sally Coles Hotel; Jaquelin T. Robertson Home), Green Mountain, 1892, 19891980-1995
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    Nimmo House, Albemarle, 1870-18731979
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    Nockamellie, Albemarle, 20th centuryn.d.
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    Normandale, (Melrose; Carr House), Albemarle, 18th century, 1975-1976n.d.
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    Norris House, (Joseph Norris, owner), Charlottesville, ca. 1850; 1953 razed for Monticello Hotel parking)1990-1991
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    Norris-McCue Townhouses, (Norris-McCue Building), Charlottesville, 1820s1976
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    Northwood, Charlottesville, 1843n.d.
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    Northwoods, Ivy, ca. 1870, 19891982-1994
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    Nutmeg, (Charles T. Taylor, owner; Charles Hudson, 1730 patent), Carters Bridge, ca. 1940, 19771986-1988
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    Nydrie, (Harry Douglas Forsyth, owner; Ray Alan Van Clief Home), ca. 1898, 19321980
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    Nydrie (Log Saddlebag House; converted into school), Green Mountain1990
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    "N" Generaln.d.

    Nalls House, Charlottesville. 1885; Narrow Lane Farm, Albemarle, mid 19th century; Nay House, Covesville, late 19th century; Nimmo-Sims House, Charlottesville, ca. 1875)

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    Oak Crest, (Gibson House; Benjamin Sowell House), Alberene, early 19th century1977-1993
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    Oak Forest, Farmington, ca. 1933n.d.
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    Oak Grove, (Meadowbrook Farm; Hugh Rice Morris House), ca. 17901980
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    Oak Hill, (Gambrel Place; November Hill; Francis W. Meriwether Home; Miss Selma Nelson Home), Stony Point, ca. 1820, burned 1953n.d.
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    Oak Hill (Tommy Renwick, owner), Farmington Hunt, 1930s1977
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    Oak Hill, (Garrett House), Charlottesville, razed 1950s1992-1993
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    Oak Lawn, (Oaklawn), Earlysville, 18th century, 19651976-1983
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    Oak Lawn (Oak Grove; Reverend James Fife Home), Charlottesville, 1822, ca. 19001979-1999
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    Oaklands, (Benjamin Wood, owner; converted to bungalow), Woodville, Ivy, ca. 1845, ca. 19161976-1979
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    Oakleigh, (Countess Judith Gyurky Home), Port-a-Ferry, ca. 1905, ca. 1939n.d.
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    Oaks, The, (Judge Cornwell Franklin Home), Keswick, ca. 1834, ca. 1952, 19911979-1990
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    Oakwood, (W. H. Harris), Fan Mountain, ca. 17951981-1993
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    Old Hall, (James W. Mason House; used as hospital by Dr. Lottie Moon), 18301978-1997
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    Old Longwood, (Michie House), Albemarle, ca. 1825, 19001976-1991
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    Oldham, (James Oldham House), Mechums River, ca. 1830, 1920s1976-1997
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    Orangedale, (William Dinsmore Home; Joseph Watson Home), Charlottesville, 1820s, late 19th centuryn.d.
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    "O" General1976-1984

    Oak Hill, (A. M. Taylor House), Greenwood, 1916; Oak Hill, Howardsville, 1845; Oak Lane, Charlottesville, 1890-1898, ca. 1955; Oakdale, Keswick; Oakencroft, (Felicia Warburg Rogan, owner), Charlottesville; Oakhurst, Green Mountain, 20th century; Oakmont, (Isetta), Green Mountain, ca. 1912; Oakwold, Scottsville, ca. 1914, ca. 1961; Oakwood, Albemarle, 20th century; Octavo, Greenwood, ca. 1820s; October Light Horse Farm, Albemarle, ca. 1870; Old Edgewood, Albemarle, ca. 1850; Old Homestead, Albemarle, ca. 1825; Old Paradise, Greenwood, ca. 1850

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    Pandora Farm, Cobham, 18401977
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    Pantops 2, (James Leitch House; Sampson Home; Pantops Academy; Paul G. McIntire, owner- University of Virginia), Albemarle, ca. 1797, 1877, 1884, 19381998
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    Pantops 3, (James Creek House), Albemarle, 1937n.d.
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    Patches, Farmington, 19331992
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    Patton Mansion, (John Patton House; Judge J. C. Brooks Home; Mary Fitch Home), Charlottesville, 1820s, 1850s1980
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    Pen Park, (William Hotopp Home), Rivanna River, ante 1750, 1920s burned, ca. 1972 razedn.d.
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    Piedmont, (Reuben Maury House), University of Virginia, Charlottesville, ca. 1830, late 19th century1986-1995
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    Piedmont, (William Wallace House), Greenwood, ca. 1805-1809, 18161990-1998
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    Piedmont, (J. J. Pace Home, T. Ed Powers Home; Harris Home; Civil War Hospital), White Hall, ca. 1850, ca. 1853, ca. 19721956-1987
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    Piedmont Manor, (Girls School; moviesVirginiaandGiantfilmed here), Stony Point, 1845, ca. 19391978
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    Pigeon Top Farm, Millington, ante 1870n.d.
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    Pine Knot, Keene, (Plain Dealing Cottage; President Theodore Roosevelt Hunting Lodge), 1903, ca. 19051978-1999
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    Pines, (Terrell House; Tucks Home; Pettus Home; Bowlesville), Cismont, late 18th century, 18121992
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    Pireus House, (William H. Meriwether House), Charlottesville, ca. 18351995
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    Pitts-Inge House, (Inge Home & Store; George P. Inge, Sr. Home; converted into Bull Alley Restaurant); West Main Street, Charlottesville, 1820, 1890, 1980s, 1989 fire1979-1990
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    Plain Dealing, Keene, 1761, 1789, 1934, 1980s, 1994 (3 folders)1977-1998
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    Plainview Farm, (Ballard-Maupin House; Thomas Maupin House; Thomas Ballard House; Bradford Hall; George and Elizabeth Neff owners), Free Union area, Albemarle, ca. 1760, 19941994-1997
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    Pleasant Hill, (Pleasant View; Childress-Turner House), Scottsville district, ca. 18011975-1991
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    Pleasant Hill, (Samuel Barksdale; Rice Garland Barksdale; Senator Edward O. McCue Home), Albemarle, early 19th century, 1850s, 19421973-1992
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    Pleasant Retreat, (Wiant Place; Benjamin Brown, Jr. Home; bricks used at Mirador), Browns Cove, ca. 1810, 1920s, razed 19301989-1996
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    Plumb Pleasant, Crozet, early 19th centuryn.d.
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    Pomegranate, Crozet, ca. 1825, 1850s1978-1996
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    Port-A-Ferry, (Countess Judith Gyurky Home), Batesville, late 18th century, 18461997-1998
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    Poorhouse 1, Garth Road, ca. 18061993
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    Poorhouse 2, Keswick, ca. 1850, 1950s1979-1994
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    Poorhouse, (Old Poorhouse Log Saddlebag House), Keswick, ca. 18201979-1990
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    Pounding Brook Farm, (Davis House), Albemarle, early 20th century1978
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    Powell-Ballard House, Albemarle, ca. 1900n.d.
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    Price-Poore House, (Poore House), Charlottesville, ca. 18391993
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    Prodigal, The, near Scottsville, mid 19th century1975
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    "P" General1995-1998

    Pace-Wranek House, Charlottesville, ca. 1884, 1955, 1957, 1958, razed 1997; Charles T. Page, Sr. House, Batesville, ca. 1905-1915; Page Brook, (Samuel Page Home), Red Hill, ca. 1883, early 20th century; Page-Burgess Home, Batesville, late 19th century; Pantops, Albemarle; Parr House, Charlottesville, ca. 1890; Parkview Farm, Crozet, 1979; Parrish Log House, Albemarle, 19th century; Parsons Green, Mechums River, 18th century; Patterson House, Crozet, 1900; Paxton Place, Charlottesville, ca. 1824

    Pendleton (Edmund C.) House, Charlottesville, 1920s; Perkins House, (Thomas Walker Gilmer), Charlottesville, ante 1863; Perley House, Charlottesville, 1889; Perley-Gleason House, Charlottesville, 1889; Petit House, Albemarle, ca. 1850; Peyton House, Ridge Street, Charlottesville, razed 1957 for fire station; Peyton House, (Hillcrest Apartments), 14th Street, Charlottesville, 1894, 1906, 1958, 1963, converted into apartments

    Piedmont Lodge, Cismont, ca. 1862; Phillips kitchen dependency (Thomas Rock Phillips, restoration), Scottsville, 1770-1790; Pierremont, Crozet, ca. 1900-1920; Pinchem-Slyly House, (Double C Farm), ca. 1792; 2011 Pinetop Road, Charlottesville; Piney Grove, near Brookhill, 1885; Pireus Row House, Woolen Mills, 1880s; Pleasants House, Charlottesville, 1936; Pocket Plantation; Present Value Farm, Free Union, ca. 1877; Preston Court Apartments, Charlottesville; Pugh-Mawyer House, Batesville, early 20th century; Purcell House, Charlottesville, 1880s; Purvis-Seay House, Charlottesville, 1896; Pytchley, Crozet

    1977-1995 Quiet Entry, (Virginia Hurt House), Green Mountain, ca. 1825, early 19th century, early 1940s

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    "Q" General1974-1995

    Quandry, Carters Bridge/Blenheim, 1860; The Quarters, (Quarter Plantation; Borodaile), Albemarle, ca. 1750, ca. 1950, 1910, 1988; Quick Cabin, Albemarle, ca. 1800; Quietude, Keswick Hunt, 1910; Quinta Sarita, Charlottesville

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    Ragged Mountain Farm, (Pace Place), Ragged Mountains, Ivy, ca. 1800, 19631978-1993
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    Ramsay, (William H. Langhorne House), Albemarle, ca. 1900, 1930sn.d.
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    Randolph House, (Dale House), Charlottesville, 19101994-1995
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    Recoleta, (Harry Rogers Pratt House), Charlottesville, 1939-19401944
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    Red Acres, (Lorelei; Maple Hill), Farmington Hunt, 1868, 1930s1980
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    Red Clay Hill, Bellair, Charlottesville, 20th century1991
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    Red Hills, (Thomas Carr Home; Dr. Francis Carr Home), Albemarle, 1797, ca. 1805, ca. 19501957-1996
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    Redbrook, (built on foundation of original Keeloma; Isaac White Home; George W. Stark Home), Albemarle, 18461991
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    Redcliffe, (McMurdo House; John G. Yancey Home), Albemarle, ca. 19011979-1991
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    Redlands, (Edward Carter Home; Robert Carter Home; West Oak; Forest Hill; Civil War hospital), Carters Bridge, 1789, 1798, 1808, 19521977-1999
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    Redlands Club, (Edward Valentine Home; Swan Tavern site; Samuel Leitch, Jr. Home), Charlottesville, 1832, 19201978-1995
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    Refuge, (Mount Gallant; Jones Plantation; John Neilson Home), Keene, 18th century, late 19th century1991
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    Richlands, (Edward Coles Home), ca. 1853, ca. 18901995
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    Ricochet, Albemarle, 19th century1993-1995
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    Ridge Street Historic District Survey (various houses)1994
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    Ridgely, (William E. Boeing House), Greenwood, ca. 19101991-1995
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    Ridgeway, (Classical School; James Dinsmore Home; Hugh Minor Home; Franklin Minor Home), Albemarle, ca. 1809, ca. 1850, 1870s, ca. 19891978-1996
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    Riggory, The, (John Carr Home; Franklin Minor Home; Hugh Minor Home; Classical School for Boys), Eastham, 1796, 1849, 1950s1978-1999
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    Rivanna Farm, (Mrs. Audrey Emery Home; Gale Hill ruins), Albemarle, 1957-19581983-1984
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    River Lawn, (Colonel Joseph Joplin Home; Argyle), Esmont, ca. 1765, ca. 18001991
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    Riverdale, Charlottesville, mid 19th century, 19121996
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    Riverdell, (Yancey Millhouse), Yancey Mills, ca. 18201991-1992
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    Riverside, (James McCullock House; Millington House; Millington Post Office), Albemarle, ca. 18001976
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    Riverview, (John Snead Home; Littleberry Moon Home; Riverside), Scottsville, 1817, 1825, ca. 18651975-1993
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    Robertson House, (Judge William J. Robertson Home), Charlottesville, ca. 18501993-1999
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    Robin Hill, Farmington, ca. 1790, ca. 18101977-1995
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    Rock Hill, (William Dinsmore Home; James Leitch owner; S. P. Hargrove Home; Eugene Bradbury Home), Charlottesville, 1820s1963-1995
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    Rocks, The, (Abbell Home), Ivy, ca. 1830, ca. 1850, 1930s1978-1985
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    Rolling Acres, (Dunkum House; Norrilen Place; Helen L. Hammond Home), Albemarle, 1820s1978-1999
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    Rose Hill, (William Wirt Home; Craven Home; Sandidge Home), Charlottesville, late 18th century, razed 1933n.d.
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    Rose Hill, (Mrs. William R. Massie Home; John D. Craven Home; Rose Cottage; based on Mt. Airy), Greenwood, 1930-19311991-1995
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    Rose Valley, (John Jones Home), Crozet, 1820, 18541976-1990
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    Rosemont, (B. Charles Baker Home), Ivy, Albemarle, ca. 1900, 1920s1978-1995
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    Rosneath, (Dabney Carr or Peter Carr), Albemarle, ca. 1827, 1845, 19101991
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    Rougemont, (Dickinson Home; Peachylorum), Keswick, 1824, 19511990
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    Round Hill, (Derwood S. Chase Home), Earlysville, 1940n.d.
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    Round Top, (Dr. Benjamin Franklin Randolph Home; Mill Quarter; Sharon; Joseph Wilmer owner), Carters Bridge, 1834, 19451977-1993
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    Royal Orchard, (Frederick W. Scott Home; Scotts Castle), Afton, 1913, 19171968-1996
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    Rugby, (Andrew Farish Home; Rugby Hall; Major General Thomas Lafayette Rosser Home; Rosser Lane Boys School), Cottage Lane, Charlottesville, ca. 1850, 1880s1974-1993
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    Rutledge, (Farish House), near Earlysville, mid 19th century1976-1999
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    "R" General1976-1993

    Ramsbury House, Albemarle, 20th century; Raynham Hall, Keswick Hunt, ca. 1920, 1975; Red Fields, Charlottesville, 20th century; Red Gate Farm, Keswick, ca. 1832; Red Hill, Albemarle; Red Horse Farm, Albemarle, ca. 1840, 1930s, 1968-1969; Red House Antiques, (Cosby Robertson House), mid-late 19th century; Reed-Garrison House, Charlottesville, 1875; Charles Rich House, Blue Ridge Road, Charlottesville, ca. 1930; Ridge Street House, Charlottesville, 1925; Ridgefield, Albemarle; River Ridge, Free Union; Ridgeview Farm, Albemarle

    Roads End Farm, Scottsville; Roberts House, Hickory Ridge, Albemarle, mid 20th century; Jessie W. Robinson House, Charlottesville, 1896; S. Jeter Robinson House, Charlottesville, 1913; R. Merritte Robinson House, Charlottesville, 1911; Rock Hall, Albemarle, 18th century; The Rockery, Crozet, 20th century; Rocklands, Earlysville, 1840s; Rogers House, (Reed Home), Albemarle, late 18th century; 1910; Rogers House, (Giles Rogers House), Albemarle, late 1770s, 1900, 1910; Rogers Place, Stony Point, 18th century; Rose Hill Farm, (Smith House), Albemarle, ca. 1820-1840; Roseland, Albemarle, ca. 1800; Roslyn, Albemarle, ca. 1840; Ross House, (Michael Ross), Charlottesville, 1930; Rox, Ivy, 1814, ca. 1861; Royal Acres, Keswick; Royal Oaks, James River; Ruddington, Ivy, 19th century; Rugby Farm, Keswick Hunt, ca. 1820, 1950s; Rugby Apartments, University Circle, 1925-1926; Rugby Road Homes, Charlottesville, 1962; Ruston House, (Gleason Home); Rugby Road Homes, Charlottesville, 20th century

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    Sears Roebuck House, (J. J. Porter Home), Charlottesville, early 20th century1990-1992
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    Seven Gables Farm, (Ephraim Seamonds, Jr. Home; David Wood Farm), Albemarle, 18031976-1994
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    Seven Maples, (David Mills Home; Mills House), Earlysville, late 18th centuryn.d.
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    Seven Oaks, (John Bolling Garrett Home; Clover Plains, Blacks Tavern), Yancey Mills, 1847-1847, 19061986-1990
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    Shack Mountain, (Tusculum), Charlottesville, 1935-19361995
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    Shadows, The (William D. Tilman Home; Tilman House), Albemarle, early 19th century, ca. 1872, 1940s1976-1995
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    Shadwell, (Peter Jefferson tract; Thomas Jefferson's birthplace; a Jefferson Farm), Shadwell, 1737, burned 17701991-1993
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    Shelton House, Covesville, ca. 18601978-1994
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    Sherwood, (Mary Eliza Carter Home), Carters Bridge, ante 1835, razed 1953, 19791989
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    Shirland House, (James Nelson Moon Home; Shareland), Albemarle, ca. 18701987-1995
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    Simms House, Free Union, ca. 1825n.d.
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    Simpson-Wingfield-Vowles House, (Anderson Wingfield Home, 1835; John Timberlake/William B. Phillips, owners, 1837; John Vowles Home, 1841-1871; Episcopal Parsonage, 1871), Charlottesville, 1832-1835, razed late 1960s1965-1996
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    Smith Place, (John M. Smith Home; Mad Hatter Farm; Thomas Smith Home; William P. Smith Home), Albemarle, ca. 1794, ca. 1824, ca. 18671981
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    Sneed House, (Stapleton C. Sneed Home), Charlottesville, ca. 18461991
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    Solitude (Christopher Wingfield Home; Thomas Tourmans Land; Frank Wingfield Home), Albemarle, late 18th century, ca. 1890, ca. 1910, 1915, 1924, 19541958-1991
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    Solitude Farm (William Alcock Home; Solitude; Home Tract; Gantt Home; Sutherland Farm), Crossroads, ca. 1810, ca. 19101980-1993
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    Southall-Venable House, (Lee Park site), Charlottesville, early 19th century1991-1998
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    Sowell House, (Pleasant Sowell Home), Albemarle, early 19th century, ca. 1830, ca. 1840s, 19931977-1994
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    Springdale Farm, (Winston House), near Simeon, Albemarle, 1845, ca. 1905, 1979-19801982-1996
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    Spingfield & Tower, (Reuben Lindsay Home; Bolling W. Haxall; hexagonal stone tower ruins), Albemarle, early 19th century, 18971979-1992
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    Spring Hill, (Charles Harper Home), Ivy, ca. 1810-1825, ca. 1830-1845, 20th century1977
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    Spring Hill Claim House, Spring Hill Farm, Ivy, 18th centuryn.d.
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    Spring Hill Farm, near Scottsville, 1842, ca. 18981977
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    Spring Valley, (Charles Massie Home; John Brockenbrough Home), Albemarle, 18th century1990-1991
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    Stanford Hall, (Bacon Family House 1824, ca. 1875, 19391967
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    Stevens-Peyton House, (C. B. Stevens Home; Thomas P. Peyton Home; Mitchell Van Yahres Home), 18921979
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    Stevens Place, Sugar Hollow, 19th century2000
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    Stone Chamber, Pigeon Top Mountain1987-1991
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    Stone Gate, (Dr. John Morris Home; Woods Log House), Earlysville, early 19th century, 19621980
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    Stone House, (Caperton Stone Bungalow), Ivy, early 20th century1987-1990
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    Stonefield, (Stonefield Carriage House; Bushnell-Wilkinson Carriage House, Mason Gordon, owner; Belle J. Bushnell, owner), Charlottesville, ca. 1880s or 1910, 1927, 19651981
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    Stonemont, Albemarle, late 19th century, 1970s1992
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    Stony Point, (William Moon Home), near Scottsville, ca. 1800n.d.
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    Strange House, (Colonel John Bowie Strange House; Albemarle Military Institute; Johnson Home for the Aged), Charlottesville, 18551995
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    Strawberry Hill, (The Meadows; Colonel Reuben Lindsay Home; Captain James Lindsay Home; Patton Home), Lindsay, 1775, ca. 1801, early 19th century, 1911 burned1991
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    Strode, (Mrs. Albert Gildersleeve Home), Farmington, 20th centuryn.d.
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    Su Casa, (Prospect Hill; Harvey A. Basham Home; Dr. Charles W. Hurt Home), Charlottesville, 1929-19311975-1999
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    Sumter House, (Thomas Sumter home site), 18th century, 1940s1990
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    Sun Hill, (J. Garland Home), ca.1850, 1880, 19601978
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    Sunny Bank, (Andrew Hart Home; The South Garden), North Garden, ca. 17971974-1997
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    Sunnyfields, (Sunnyside; Lucius P. Battle Home), Simeon, ca. 1835, late 19th century1972-1997
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    Sunnyside, (Blake Harris Home; Frederick Doveton Nichols Home; Colonel R. T. W. Duke Home; William Carroll's Place; Ira Garrett Home), Barracks Road, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, ca. 1800, 1857, 1863, 1918, 19581990-1996
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    Sunnyside Farm Managers House, (built for R. T. W. Duke), Barracks Road, University of Virginia, ca. 1900, 1990 razed1989-1995
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    "S" General1984-1997

    The Saeter, Sugar Hollow, Albemarle, ca. 1866; Glebe of Saint Anne's Parish, Albemarle, moved 1950; St. Gabriel, Albemarle, ca. 1860; Sandridge, (Spring Gardens), Albemarle, early 20th century, 1990; Saunders-Wilson House, Charlottesville, ca. 1824; Schelford, (Truman Dodson House), Farmington Hunt, 20th century; Schildwachter House, Charlottesville, 1934; School Spring Farm, Buck Mountain, 1780, 1880s, 1966; Scottland Farm, Albemarle, ca. 1800; Scribner House, Charlottesville, 1925; Sempervirens, (Old Austin House), Buck Mountain, late 18th century

    Shackelford-Bannister House, Charlottesville, 1860; Shadows, Scottsville, ca. 1830; Shady Lawn, Farmington Hunt, early 19th century; The Shanty, Charlottesville, 18th century, razed 1938; Shelton Farm, Albemarle, 18th century, ca. 1830, early 20th century; Shifflett Log House, Browns Cove, relocated?; Shifflett House, Charlottesville, 1925; Shirk House, Albemarle, late 19th century; Shiloh Hill, (Phillips- Macreth House), Ivy, late 19th century, late 1920s; Short Hills, Albemarle County, 1948-1949; Sinclair House, Charlottesville, ca. 1880; Sirius, Farmington Hunt, 1982; Skyline Farm, Albemarle, 19th century; Sleepy Hollow, Albemarle, ca. 1955, 1988

    Smith House, Albemarle; Smith (George and Erlyne Smith), Albemarle, 1890; Smith House, (John A. Smith House), Charlottesville, 1905; Smith-Marshall House, Charlottesville, 1906; Snead-Pence House, Charlottesville, 1900; Social Hall, Howardsville, ca. 1820; Solitude, Albemarle, ca. 1800; Somerset Farm, Charlottesville, 20th century; Sparks-Garrett House, Charlottesville, 1899; Spaulding House, Charlottesville, 1920; John Spaulding House, Albemarle, 1908; Spring Hill Baptist Church, Advance Mills, 1883, 1919, 1954, 1976; Spring Hill Baptist Church, Albemarle, ca. 1910; Spring Hill Farm, Albemarle, 1850s, Springdale, Keswick, ca. 1910, 1980s razed, 1970s

    Stainback House (Colthurst Farm), 1962-1963; Steptoe House, Cismont, ca. 1890- 1891; William Stevens House (Randolph Major House), Bellair, ca. 1947; Stilwin (Sunnydale, Stilwyn), Albemarle, 18th century, razed, ca. 1915; Stinson House, Scottsville, 19th century; Stonefield, Stony Point, Stoneleigh, Red Hill, early 29th century; Strickland House, Crozet, 1905; Sunny Brae, Albemarle; Sutker Farm, Albemarle, 1890; Swan Lake, Free Union, 1995

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    Tall Oaks (Cedar Hill; Jerry Kirksey Home), Keswick, 1852, 19661978-1993
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    Tallwood, (Tucker Coles Home; Upper Quarter), ca. 1803, ca. 1810, late 19th century, early 20th century1980-1996
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    Tarry, (Black owndership, Massie Tarry), Albemarle, ca. 18361980
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    Temple Hill, (James Kinsolving House), late 18th century, Albemarle, 1956-1957, 19601976-1990
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    Terrell House, (1st house in Charlottesville; Micajah Chiles Home; Farmers Bank; City Parking Garage site), ca. 1762, razed 18501982-1983
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    Tiverton, (Dr. Frederick Owsley Baylor House; patterned after White House), Albemarle, 1896, 1925-1926, 1936-19381984-1995
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    Totier Creek Farm, (Locust Shades), Albemarle, 1760, ca. 1860, 1990s1978-1995
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    Tower House, Charlottesville, 1850s, 1902, 19431974-1998
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    Townley Saddlebag Log Housen.d.
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    Tree Tops, Farmington, 1930-1931, 1976-1977n.d.
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    Trinidad, Browns Cove, 18th century1995-1999
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    Tuckaway, Esmont, 1912n.d.
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    Tuckedaway, Yancey Mills, 1775, ca. 1830, early 20th century1977-1986
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    Tudor Grove, (Bally-Les-Braden; boyhood home of Colonel John S. Mosby), Albemarle, ca. 1832, early 20th century1994
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    Tufton I, (Thomas Jefferson Randolph House), Albemarle, ca. 1815, ca. 1833-18451976
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    Tufton II, (Thomas S. Macon House), Albemarle, ca. 1833-18451977
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    Turkey Run, (hunting lodge), Albemarle, late 19th centuryn.d.
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    Twin Orchards, Free Union, late 19th century1976
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    Twin Springs, (John Foster Home), Albemarle, 1780, 18381986-1995
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    "T" Generaln.d.

    Tall Pines, Albemarle, 20th century; Tally-Ho, Keswick; Tank Hut, Charlottesville, Tanbark, Howardsville, early 1900s; Tandem Farm, Ivy, ca. 1900, 1991; Tanglewood, Greenwood, 1900- 1917; Tank Hut, Charlottesville, ca. 1900-1917; Dr. Frank Taylor House, Albemarle, 1963, 1976; Temple Place, Charlottesville, ca. 1870; The Terrace, Scottsville; Thomas Place, Albemarle, ca. 1900; 1931 Thomson Road, Charlottesville; Three Chopt Acres, Albemarle; Thurman House, Charlottesville, ca. 1895; Thurston Properties, Crozet; Tilman House, Albemarle, 19th century; Timberlake House (Edmund Berkeley House), Albemarle, 1847; James E. Timberlake House, Charlottesville, 1886; Tisdale, Albemarle; Tompkins House, Scottsville, mid-19th century; Samuel Tompkins House, (Treetops), Albemarle, early 19th century; James Toms House, Earlysville, 1904; Benjamin Tonsler House, Charlottesville, 1875-1879; Trail's End (Trails End), Charlottesville, early 20th century; Travellers Rest, Albemarle, 1816; Tremain House, Albemarle, 1950; Trevillian-Tennyson House, Charlottesville, 1893; Trice-Towe House, Charlottesville, ca. 1850; Trimble House, Scottsville, 1900; Turner-LaRowe House, Charlottesville, 1892; Turner Mountain Road, Ivy; Twelve Oaks, near Scottsville, ca. 1830

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    Underhill House, Batesville, 18901993
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    Upper Pantops, Albemarle, ca. 1928n.d.
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    Upper Plantation, (William R. Wood House; Wentworth; Joseph G. Bullock Farm; Christopher Gilmer Home), Simeon, ca. 1740, ca. 1790, ca. 1810, ca. 1790, 1934, ca. 1961, ca. 19731988-1989
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    "U" General1978-1995

    Unidentified houses; University Circle House, Charlottesville; Updike, Free Union, 1963; Updike House, Ridge Street, Charlottesville; Robert L. Updike House, Prospect Avenue, Charlottesville, 1904; Updike-Anthony House, Charlottesville, 1897

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    Valley Point Farm, Ivy, ca. 18251976
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    Valmontis, (Carr House; Shackelford Home), Albemarle, late 18th century, ca. 18301995-1996
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    Verdant Lawn, (Alexander Garrett Home; Old Simpson Place), Albemarle, ca. 18001963-1997
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    Verulam, (Courtland Van Clief House), Sugar Hollow, Albemarle, 19411976-1998
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    Via Log House, Sugar Hollow, Albemarle, ca. 1845, 1905, 19151975
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    Viewmont, (Colonel Joshua Fry Home; Governor Edmund Randolph, owner; Captain John Harris Home; Lottie Moon birthplace, 1737, 19411939-1991
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    Villa Crawford, (Robert B. Crawford House), Keswick, ca. 19121999
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    Villino Lambeth, (Lambeth House; The Dell), University of Virginia, Charlottesville, 19121991-1995
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    Vowles Townhouse 1, (John Vowles House), Charlottesville, 18231967-1993
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    Vowles Townhouse 2, (John Vowles House), Charlottesville, ca. 18391993
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    "V" General1980-1995

    Valentine House, E. High Street, Charlottesville, razed 1957; Valentine House, 7 1/2 Street, Charlottesville; Valentine-Nichols House, Charlottesville, 1924; Valley Cottage, Albemarle; Adam Via Place, Barboursville, 1830; Viewpoint Farm, Albemarle; Vowles Town Houses

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    Wakefield House, Appleberry Mountain, Albemarle, early 19th century, 1830s, ca. 19001989
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    Wakefield, (Richard Durrett House), Earlysville, ca. 1781, 19381991-1997
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    Wakefield Log Saddlebag House, (Richard Durrett, owner), ca. 1781n.d.
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    Walker House, (William Walker House), Warren, ca. 1803, 19761976-1998
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    Walnut Grove, (Marsh Walker Home; The Farm), mid 19th century, ca. 18721976-1982
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    Walnut Hill (Nimrod Bramham House), Albemarle, early 19th century1989
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    Walnut Hill, (Garth Home), Scottsville, 18891988
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    Walnut Lawn, White Hall, ca. 1790, 1940, 19691976-1990
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    Walnut Level, (Olde Plantation; Ennisfree Village; Charles W. Antrim Home), Browns Cove, ca. 18101950-1990
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    Walters House, (Ferguson Funeral Home), Charlottesville, 19001994-1995
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    Walters-Brown House, Charlottesville, ca. 18751993
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    Walters-Page House, (Nicholas Page Home), Batesville, ca. 18301974-1991
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    Walters-Witkin House, Charlottesville, ca. 1881, ca.1910n.d.
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    Watson House, (Judge Egbert R. Watson House), Charlottesville, 18611980
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    Waver Tree Hall, (Quincy Adams Shaw Home; Colonel H. D. Newcomb Home), Batesville, 1859, ca. 1900, ca. 19211989-1998
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    Wayland House, Crozet, ca. 1855, ca. 18801976-1994
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    Wertland, (William Wertenbaker Home), Charlottesville, ca. 1830, 19831977-1997
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    Westbury, Batesville, ca. 1830, ca. 1840, ca. 18701979-1993
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    Westcote, (Summer Hill; Andrew Leslie Blair Home), Howardsville, 1830s1978-2000
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    Westerlea, Farmington Hunt, ca. 1851n.d.
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    Westleigh, (Ivy Creek; Higginson School; William Wirt Gilmer Home; J. T. Woods Home; Kellam Home; John O. Higginson Home; J. D. Wilde Home), Ivy, 19th century1976-1995
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    Westover, Albemarle, 1915-19161991-1999
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    Wheeler House, (Joshua Wheeler House; William Dudley Home), Albemarle, ca. 18451982-1993
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    Whilton, (Lucy LeGrand Home), Greenwood, 1914, 1936, 19881988
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    Whiskey Ridge, (Elisha Williams House), Free Union, 1830s1984-1995
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    Whitchris, (Blenheim Claim House), Albemarle, ca. 1730s1977-1981
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    White Cross, (Stephen Price Maury Home; Huntley Home), Charlottesville, 1891, 19001977
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    White Gate, (Wood-Evans House), Crozet, ca. 1830, ca. 1850, ca. 19201981
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    White Hall Farm, (Whitehall Farm; Sunny Hill; Indian Chief Martin King burial place), mid 19th century1989-1990
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    Wilhoit Farm, (Ezekiel Whilhoit, Jr. Farm), & Wilhoit Home Tract; (Milton Wilhoit Home; Wilhoit Mill Farm), Nortonsville, ca. 18251973
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    Willoughby, (Captain Eugene Davis House; Colonel L. J. Owen Home; Benjamin Gentry Home; Duncan Philips, owner), Charlottesville, 1850, 19311980-1991
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    Windie Knowe, (Hunting Lodge; William W. Minor Vineyard; traded for Glen Echo), Albemarle, ca. 1770, 18501978
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    Windsor, (Windsor Hill; James Gavin Field Home), Cismont, ca. 18481979-1982
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    Wingate, (Garth House), Owensville1979-1983
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    Wingfield House, (Robinson and James McLaurain Business; Dr. C. L. Wingfield Home), Warren, ca. 17891992
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    Wingfield House, (Thomas Wingfield Home), Alberene, 18th century1979
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    Winter Haven, Keswick, ca. 1850n.d.
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    Wits End, (Mrs. Mark Henderson Home), Charlottesville, ca. 1935n.d.
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    Wood End Farm, Albemarle, ca. 19051985
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    Wood House, (Yalden-Thompson Farm), Earlysville, ca. 18581990
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    Woodburne, (Hill Horn; Daniel M. Railey Home), Proffit, ca. 18251979-1993
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    Woodland, Albemarle, (John Dunkum Home; Remonds; Woodlawn; Colonel Redman Home), ca. 1820, 19291963-1993
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    Woodlands, (Richard Wingfield Home; Honorable J. R. Wingfield birth place, Albemarle, 1842, 1890sn.d.
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    Woodlea, (Dr. John D. Smith House), Batesville, ca. 1890, 1945 burned1991-1995
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    Woodson House, Albemarle1998-1999
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    Woodville, (Richard H. Allen Home; William Woods Home), Albemarle, ca. 18001990-1992
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    Woodville (Walter Coles Home; Old Woodville; Mavesyn), 1796, 1832, 19481973-1993
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    Word-Wertenbaker House, (Thomas Jefferson Wertenbaker Home), Charlottesville, 1840s, 19851982-1985
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    Wyndhurst, (Sally Ann McCoy House; Colonel Thomas L. Preston Home; Charity S. Pitts Boarding House; Preston Place Kitchen), Charlottesville, ca. 18151977
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    "W" General1976-1994

    John Walker House; Walnut Springs, Albemarle; Isaac Walters House, Charlottesville, 1922, 1961; Walton Homestead, (Richmond Walton House), Albemarle, ca. 1761; Walton-Gentry House, Crozet, ca. 1910; Ward-Brown-Gay House, Charlottesville, 1889; Warren Old Cabin, Warren, 1930s; Watson, Meadowbrook Heights; Watson House, Second Street, Charlottesville, 1880-1881; Watson House, Wertland Avenue, Charlottesville, 1905; Watson-Beasley House, Charlottesville, ca. 1880; Watson-Bosserman House, Charlottesville, 1870; Watson-Carriage House, Charlottesville, 1981, 1911; Watson-McGrady House, Charlottesville, ca. 1889; Watson-Tomas House, Charlottesville, 1883-1888; Watson-Wood House, Charlottesville, ca. 1814

    Weiss House, Charlottesville, 1925; Wellons House, Charlottesville, 1938; Wells House, Albemarle, 1900; West Cairns, site of Kluge Rehabilitation Center, ca. 1912; West Main Street Houses, Charlottesville; West Wind, Farmington, 1939; Wheeler Farm, Albemarle, 1800; Wheeler House, E. High Street, Charlottesville, 19th century; Wheeler House, West Main Street, Charlottesville, 1893; Wheeler-Alderman House, Charlottesville, 1881-1886; Wheeler-Coulter House, Charlottesville, 1893; Wheeler-Keller House, (Ridge Oak Apartments), 1881-1886, 1951; Whistlefield Farm, Greenwood, 1954; White Gate Farm, Crozet, ca. 1885, 1930s; The White House, Hilltop Road, Charlottesville, 20th century; John S. White House, Charlottesville, 1903; White Oak Cottage, (Old Seamonds Place), Buck Mountain, 1812; White Oaks, Albemarle; White Pine, Albemarle

    Wildwood, Garth Road, ca. 1918; Wilkerson House, Ruckersville, ca. 1812, 1901; Wilkins-English House, Charlottesville, 1889; Williams House, Earlysville, 19th century; Williams House, (Dr. John W. Williams House), Crossroads, 1887-1890; Willow Bank, Howardsville, 1850s; Willow Cottage House, Charlottesville, ca. 1855-1857, ca. 1871-1875; Willow Oak, Earlysville, early 20th century; Wilton Tract, Charlottesville, ca. 1900; Windermere, Farmington, 20th century; Windfield, Albemarle, ca. 1896; Windmill Hill, Keswick; Windsor Circle, Farmington; Windsor Hill, late 19th century; Windy Hill, Crozet, 1913; Wine Street House, ca. 1884; Wingfield Home, Esmont, ca. 1814

    Wolftrap Farm, Esmont, 19th century, 1935; Ira Wood House, Earlysville, early 19th century, 1880s; R. H. Wood House, Charlottesville, ca. 1892; Wood-Bidgood House, Charlottesville, 1891, ca. 1910; Woodard House, University Manor, Charlottesville, 1904; Woodard House, 9th Street, Charlottesville, 1930; Woodbine, Farmington Country Club, 20th century; Woodbound, Keswick, 1925, 1982; Woodbourne, Buck Island, 19th century; Woodfield, Keswick; Woodland Farm, Albemarle, ca. 1900; Woodridge, Garth Road, Farmington Country Club, ca. 1967; Wyndybrow, Farmington

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    "Y" General1995

    Yeargain House, (John Yeargain House; Yeargain's Liquor Store; Law Office of Justice William Robertson), Charlottesville, ca. 1800, ca. 1866, 1967; York House, Charlottesville, 1946; Young House, (Dr. Young Home), Albemarle, late 18th century

Dwellings-Other Counties
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    The Barn, Augusta County; Berry Hill, Petersburg, ca. 1800; Big Cobler Farm, Fauquier County; Boxwood Farm, Hot Springs, late 18th century; Broad Lawn, Hot Springs, Bath County, ca. 1890; Buckland Farm, Prince William County, ca. 1743; Cartersville Tavern, Cartersville, Cumberland County, ca. 1810; Clare-mont, Caroline County, ca. 1845; Clifton Plantation, Cumberland County, 1732; Colraine, Gloucester County, late 19th century; Covenant Farm, Wytheville, ca. 1900; Creswell Farm, Bedford County; Dunlap Farm, Augusta County, ca. 1880; Evergreen Plantation, Accomack County, ca. 17661981-1989

    Farley, Culpeper County, ca. 1792; Foolish Pleasure, Prince Edward County, ca. 1820-1840; Greenbrier Farm, Greenbrier County, West Virginia, ca. 1820; Greenway Plantation, Charles City County, 18th century; Greenwood Farm, Augusta County, ca. 1750; Hidden Valley Farm, Shenandoah County, ca. 1790; Hickory Hill, Rockbridge County, ca. 1824; James River Farm, Appomattox County, Malvern Hall, Hot Springs, Bath County, 1905; Merrifield, Shenandoah Valley, 1793; Merryhill, Stanleytown, Henry County, 20th century; Montpelier, Orange County, 1750s, 1797-1800; Mount Sion, Caroline County, ca. 1722

    North Cliff, Culpeper County, ca. 1848; Pine Knoll Farm, Augusta County, 1843; Pinifer Park, Chesterfield County; Poplar Forest, Bedford County, 1812; Poplar Grove, Nottoway County, 1801-1803

    Rams Lake Farm, Spotsylvania County; Rapidan River Farm, Culpeper County; River Bend Farm, Warren County, ca. 1752; River Ridge Farm, Bath County, 1975; Snowden, Goochland County, ca. 1820; Spring Brook Farm, Somerset; Spring Lake Farms, Moneta; Stonegate Farm, Greenbrier County, 1957; Two Brooks Farm, Goshen, Rockbridge County, ca. 1880, ca. 1972; Upper Brandon, Prince George County, ca. 1790-1820; White Hall Plantation, Campbell County, ca. 1809; Wiloma Plantation, Botetourt County, ca. 1900; Windy Cove Farm, Bath County, ca. 1847; Woodlawn, Deep Run Hunt, Goochland County, ca. 1780; Woodlawn, Port Royal, ca. 1790, 1810-1830, 1850

Barns-Albemarle County and Charlottesville
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    Ben Coolyn Barn, (Fruitland; Tall Oaks), Keswick, mid 19th century1978-1990
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    Brown Barn, Browns Cove, early 18th century1982-1995
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    Carrsville Orchard Company Barn, 19th century1995
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    Castalia Barn, Cismont, 19291929-1995
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    Enniscorthy Barn, Green Mountain, late 18th century1995
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    Ingleside Horse Barn, Garth Road, 19351993-1995
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    Nydrie Stables, Green Mountain, ca. 1898, 19321995
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    Page Brook Bank Barn, Albemarle1991
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    Redlands Barn1995
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    Senlis, (Fieldstone; Leigh Barn), Albemarle, ca. 17701976-1995
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    Sherwood Barnn.d.
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    Stockton Creek Barn, Greenwood, late 19th century1973-1995
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    Sutherland Barn, Crossroads, Covesville, ca. 18101980
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    Barns, General1974-1996

    Abell Place Tobacco Farm, near Ivy, 19th century; Auburn Hill Chicken Coop; Clover Fields Barn; Earlysville Barn; Ingleridge Horse Farm, Garth Road, early 20th century; Martin Barn, Dongegal, mid 19th century; Miller Place Barn, Free Union; Monacan, Ellerslie, Carters Bridge, ca. 1790; Underhill Tobacco Farm, Albemarle, 19th century; Wilhoit Barns, Nortonsville, early 19th century;"Barnes in Albemarle County..."

Ecclesiastical-Albemarle County and Charlottesville
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    Albemarle County Church Records1983-2000
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    Alberene Baptist Church, 1901-1903, 1971, 19761973
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    All Saints Episcopal Church, Stony Point, 19261986
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    All Saints Episcopal Chapel, White Hall, 19051934
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    Ballenger Creek Church, (Ballinger Anglican Church site), 17461931, 1978
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    Batesville United Methodist Church, 1860-1861, 1940s, 1953, 19701995
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    Belmont Baptist Church, Monticello Avenue, 19581982
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    Beth Israel Temple, E. Jefferson Street, 1882, 1904 moved1994-1995
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    Binghams Methodist Church, (Austin's Meeting House), Nortonsville, ca. 17951986-1988
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    Blue Ridge Sanitarium Chapel, 20 South, 19251982
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    Buck Island Methodist Church, (Buck Eyeland Church), 18901982-1995
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    Buck Mountain Episcopal Church, (Buck Mountain Anglican Church), Earlysville, 1747, early 19th century, 1859 moved1983-1999
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    Centenary Methodist Church South, Covesville, 18401986-1995
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    Charlottesville Christian Church, (First Christian Church), First and Market Streets, 18361981-1995
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    Chestnut Grove Baptist Church, 1879, 1960, 19731973-1995
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    Christ Church, (Christ Episcopal Church 1), Lot #66, Charlottesville, 1824-1826, 1895-18981989-1995
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    Christ Episcopal Church 2, Lot #66, Charlottesville, 1895-18981986-1995
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    Christ Episcopal Church Glendower, Keene, 1832, 1958, 19611957-1998
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    Church of the Good Shepherd Episcopal Chapel, (Shepherd's Hill Chapel), 29 South, 19051982
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    Church of Our Savior Episcopal Chapel, E. Rio Road, 1905-19061983
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    Cove Presbyterian Church, Covesville, 1769 log, 1809 brick, ca. 18801975-1991
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    Crozet United Methodist Church, 18891986
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    Delevan Baptist Church, (First Baptist Church; "First Colored Baptist Church of Charlottesville; Mudwall Church; Black congregation), 18831993-1996
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    Earlysville Union Church, (Baptist/Presbyterian/Methodist; Free Union Church), 18331993-1995
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    Ebenezer Baptist Church, (Black Baptist Church), Sixth Street, 1894, 1908n.d.
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    Edgehill Episcopal Chapel, Shadwell, 1875-18901995
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    Emmanuel Episcopal Church, 250 West, 1862-1863, 1890, 1911-1914, 1930s, 1940s, 1960, 19831981-1991
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    Evergreen Baptist Church, (Black Baptist Church), Proffit, ca. 1891, 1955, 19621986
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    First Baptist Church 1, Second N. E. and E. Jefferson Streets, 18521982
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    First Baptist Church, Second N. E. and E. Jefferson Streets, 1904n.d.
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    First Methodist Church 3, First N. E. and Jefferson Streets, 1924, 1978n.d.
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    First Presbyterian Church 1, Second and Market Streets, 18281987
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    First Presbyterian Church 2, (YMCA; Bell sold to Mount Zion Church), S. E. Corner of Second and Market Streets, 18561992
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    First Presbyterian Church 3, S. W. Corner of Second N. E. and Market Streets, 1898n.d.
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    First Presbyterian Church 4, 500 Park Street, 19551995
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    Free Union Baptist Church, 18371976-1995
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    Friends' Meeting House, Sugar Loaf, 18th centuryn.d.
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    Glebe of Saint Anne's Episcopal Parish, Cismont, ca. 17651991-1994
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    Grace Episcopal Church, (Walker's Parish), Cismont, 1847-1855, 18951984-1995
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    High Street Baptist Church, N. W. Corner of High and 7th N. E. Streets, 19011995
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    Hillsboro Baptist Church, Yancey Mills, 19051982-1995
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    Holy Comforter Catholic Church, 210 E. Jefferson Street, 1880, 19251995
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    Howardsville Methodist Church, 18541988-1995
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    Lebanon Presbyterian Church, Route 796 off 250 West, ca. 1850-18801983-1991
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    Liberty Baptist Church, (mission of Preddy's Creek Baptist Church, Eastham, 18291979
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    Maple Grove Disciples of Christ Church, Proffit, 19121986
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    Mayo Chapel, Alberene, ca. 18601979
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    Methodist Episcopal Church 1, S. E. Corner of Water and 2nd Streets, 18341995
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    Methodist Episcopal Church 2, S. W. Corner of Water and 1st Streets, 1859, 18891980-1995
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    Mount Calvary Baptist Church, (black congregation), Ivy, ca. 18901976-1995
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    Mount Ed Baptist Church, (Whitesides), Batesville, 1788, 1856-18571988-1991
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    Mount Moriah Methodist Church, (Maupin's Meeting House), White Hall, 1788, 1834, 1854, 19131976-1995
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    Mount Sinai Baptist Church, (back congregation), Earlysville, late 19th century1986-1995
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    Mount Zion Baptist Church, (1st African Church; black congregation), 105 Ridge Street, 18781991-1996
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    Mountain Plains Presbyterian Church, Crozet, ca. 1855, 19591976-1995
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    Neve Hall Manse, (Diocesan Missionary Society of Virginia), South Albemarle, 1924n.d.
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    Oak Union Baptist Church, (black congregation), Owensville, 18801986
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    Parsonage, Scottsville, 1895n.d.
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    Preddy's Creek Baptist Church, Stony Points, ca. 18001973-1978
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    Rectory, (Christ Church Glendower Episcopal Rectory), Keene, 1787, ca. 18391977-1990
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    Rising Sun Baptist Church, South Garden, 19011986
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    St. James Episcopal Church, (Garth Road Chapel), Owensville, ca. 18961986
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    St. John's Episcopal Church, Scottsville, 1875, 1949n.d.
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    St. Luke's Episcopal Chapel, Simeon, 18921983-1992
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    St. Paul's Episcopal Church, (St. Paul's Memorial Church, University Avenue, 1910, 1925, 1958)n.d.
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    St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Ivy, 1869-18701976-1999
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    St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Esmont, 19141986
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    Sand Road Baptist Church, Alberene, post 1883n.d.
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    Scottsville Baptist Church, 18401978-1995
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    Scottsville Disciples of Christ Church, 18461975-1995
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    Scottsville Presbyterian Church, ca. 18321983
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    Slate Hill Baptist Church, Simeon, mid 19th century1977
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    South Plains Presbyterian Church, Simeon near Keswick, ca. 18281983-1994
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    Spruce Hill Rectory, Cismont, ca. 19301993-1996
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    Tabor Presbyterian Church, Crozet, 19151982-1983
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    Trinity Episcopal Church, (Church of the Ascension; black congregation), 10th and Preston Avenue, 19101973-1986
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    Trinity Episcopal Church, (Crossroads School House), 18351980
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    Union Ridge Baptist Church, 743 Hydraulic Road, ca. 19001986-1995
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    Unitarian Church, Rugby Road, mid 20th century1995
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    University Baptist Church, 1223 W. Main Street, ca. 19001975-1995
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    University of Virginia Chapel, 1885-18901992-1995
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    Wesley Methodist Chapel, (Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church), Free Union, 18331986-1988
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    Westminster Presbyterian Church, 190 Rugby Road, 1939n.d.
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    Woolen Mills Chapel, (Union Chapel; Calvary Baptist Church), 1819 E. Market Street, 1887, 19081986
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    Zion Baptist Church, (black congregation), Crossroads, 18711994
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    Churches, General1978-1997

    Albemarle House Chapel, 1980s; A. M. E. (Black Moth) Church, Charlottesville, late 19th century; Batesville Methodist Parsonage, Covesville, 1872-1873, ca. 1910; Bethany Baptist Church, 1875; Bethel Baptist Church, (Bethlehem Apostalic Church; Bethel Baptist Institutional Church), Charlottesville, 1922; Boonesville Church; Browns Cove United Methodist Church, (Cove Chapel), 1895;

    Charlottesville Lutheran Church; Christian Science Church, Charlottesville, 1958-1959; East Streak Episcopal Church, Howardsville; Episcopal Manse, (The Old Manse), Charlottesville, 1839; Ivy Creek Methodist Church, 1926; Ivy Parish Rectory, Verdant Lawn, 1865, ca. 1910; Jarman Gap Presbyterian Church, ca. 1890-1920; Jessup Baptist Parsonage, Charlottesville, ca. 1885;

    Meadland, (Reverend Richard K. Meade Home; Llewellyn; Episcopal Manse; Dr. Charles H. Hedges Home), Charlottesville, ca. 1844; Methodist Presiding Elder's House, Charlottesville, ca. 1891; Milton Church, late 18th century; Mount Carmel Church, Browns Cove; Mount Eagle Baptist Church, Simeon, ca. 1912; Mount Salem Church, Crozet, ca. 1920-1940; Mount Zion Baptist Church, Earlysville, ca. 1870; Mt. Zion United Methodist Church, Esmont, ca. 1900; Mountain Chapel Methodist, Earlysville, 1917; Mountain View Baptist Church, Covesville, 1907-1909;

    New Hope Baptist Church, Esmont, early 20th century; The Old Manse, Charlottesville, 1839, 1930s; Olivet Presbyterian Church, Garth Road, ca. 1880; Park Hill Parsonage, First Baptist Church of Charlottesville Parsonage, early 20th century; Parson's Green, Charlottesville, 18th century; Piedmont Christian Church, Keswick, 1879; Rose Hill Baptist Church, Simeon, late 19th century; Scottsville Methodist Church Parsonage, 1832; St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church, Crozet, ca. 1920; St. John's Baptist Church, Cobham, ca. 1881; Sharon Church; Temple Hill Methodist Church site, ca. 1820; Union Grove Baptist Church, Keswick, ca. 1886; Wake Forest Baptist Church, Simeon, ca. 1971; Zion Hill Baptist Church, Cismont, ca. 1890

Depots-Albemarle County and Charlottesville
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    Alberene Depot1995
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    Arrowhead Depotsn.d.
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    Charlottesville Chesapeake & Ohio Depot, ca. 19051987-1995
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    Charlottesville Southern Depot, 1885, 19131991-1995
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    Cobham Depot, 1860, 19871970-1987
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    Crozet Depotn.d.
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    Esmont Depotn.d.
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    Greenwood Depotn.d.
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    Howardsville Depotn.d.
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    Ivy Depot, ca. 18511960-1976
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    Keswick Depot, ca. 18501978-1994
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    Lindsay Depot1995
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    North Garden Depot, 1916, 1923n.d.
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    Rail Road Tunnels, 18561976-1996
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    Rose Cottage (Station Master's House), 1856, 1900, 19101990-1995
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    Scottsville Depot, ca. 18601978
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    Shadwell Depot, 19151975-1976
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    Warren Depot, ca. 19001973-1996
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    Depots, Generaln.d.
Mills-Albemarle County and Charlottesville
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    Advance Mills, (Frays Mill; Freys Mill), Lynch River1994
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    Mills-"B": Ballard's Mill, Moorman's River, Millington; Bowen's Mill site, (Ramsay's Mill), Stockton's Creek; Bowen's Mill House, Albemarle; Brockman's Mill, Priddy's Creek; Brown's Mill, Mount Fair; Buck Island Mill site, (Buckeyeland Mill; Flanagan's Mill), Buck Island Creek; Burnt Mills, (Rivanna Mill; Edward Ferneyhough Mill), Rivanna River1976-1982
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    Cochran's Millhouse, Meadow Creek1992
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    Crossroad's Mill, North Garden1980-1999
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    Mills-"C": Campbell's Mill, Albemarle; Crozet Mill1995
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    Dawson's Mill, Ballenger Creek1995
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    Dwyer's Mill and Millhouse, Totier Creek1978-1997
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    Eolus' Mill, Carter's Bridge1970-2000
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    Mills-"F"-"H": Flanagan's Mill, Albemarle; Gilmer's Mill, Simeon; Hardware River Mill ruins, Albemarle; Harris' Mill, Albemarle; Hartman's Mill, Charlottesville1982-1995
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    Harris Mill, Slate Quarry Creek1995
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    Hatton Grange Mill, James River1996
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    Hydraulic Millhouse, Rivanna Rivern.d.
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    Ivy Mill, Ivy Creek1976-1995
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    Jarman-Harris Millhouse, Mechums River1976-1995
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    Jefferson Mill (Peter), Shadwell on Rivanna River1976-1993
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    Jefferson Mill (Peter Field), Hardware River1973-1995
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    Mills-"J" - "K": Jones Mill site, Beaver Creek; Kinkead's Mill, Stockton's Creek;n.d.
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    Maupin Millhouse, Whitehall on Moorman's River1955-1990
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    Meadow Run Mill, Michie Tavern1976-1995
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    Merrie Mill, (Merry Mill; Grist Mill; Walker Mill), Cismont1978-1995
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    Mills-"M": Maury's Mill, Moore's Creek; Minor Mill, Red Buck Creek; Monroe Hill; Moore's Creek Mill; Mount Fair Gristmill1978-1995
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    Pace's Mill, Mechums River1994
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    Rio Mills, (William Meriwether Mill; Nathaniel Burnley's Mill), Rivanna River1995
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    Stockton Creek Mill, Yancey Mills1990-1995
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    Mills-"S": Saw Mill; Scottsville Grist Mill, (Scottsville Flour Mill); Secretary's Mill, Hardware River; Simms' Mill, Priddy's Creek; Suddarth's Mill, Hardware River1995
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    Tsuquatantia Millhouse, (Cocke's Mill; Cole's Mill; Johnson's Mill; Green Mountain Mill), North Garden on Hardware River1978-1995
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    Walker Mill and Millhouse, (Cowherd's Mill; Carver's Mill; Windsor Mill), Happy Creek/Howard's Creek1978-1997
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    Warren Mill, (Staple's Mill), Ballenger Creek1977-1998
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    Woods Mill, (Smith's Mill; Durett's Mill), Hardware River1995
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    Woolen Mills, (Marchant's Mill), Rivanna River, Charlottesville1975-1887
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    Mills-"W": James Walker's Mill; Wilhoit Mill Farm, Free Union; Wrenn's Milln.d.
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    Yancey's Mill, Crozet on Stockton's Creek1994
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    Mills, General1950-1998
Schools-Albemarle County and Charlottesville
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    Albemarle County Schools; Albemarle College, Charlottesville1955-1999
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    Batesville Elementary School; Batesville Schooln.d.
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    Buck Island Schooln.d.
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    Schools-"B" - "C": Burnley School; Carr and Maury School; Cismont School; Covesville School; Crozet School1995
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    Clark Elementary School, Belmont1981-1995
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    Ecole, Batesville1975-1998
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    Esmont High Schooln.d.
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    Schools-"E" - "H": Earlysville High School; Glendower School; Greenwood School for Boys; Hickory Stick, Farmington Hunt; Howardsville School1976-1995
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    Jefferson School for Boys, Charlottesville1995
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    Schools-"J" - "L": Jefferson High School, Charlottesville; Major Jones School for Boys; Charlottesville; Lane High School, Charlottesville; Liberty School, Eastham1995-1999
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    Maury Classical School, (Maury Anglican Classical School; Glebe of Fredericksville Parish; William Fitzhugh Gordon Home; Reverend Matthew Maury School), Edgeworth1995
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    McGuffey Elementary School, Charlottesvillen.d.
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    Midway School, Charlottesville1995
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    Miller School, (Miller Manual Labor School), near Batesville1972-1996
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    Schools-"M" - "P": McIntire High School, Charlottesville; Mount Alto School; Newtown School, (Newtown Community Center), Albemarle; North Garden Elementary School; Nortonsville School; Piedmont Female Academy, Cobham; Proffit School1995
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    Rio School, Greenbrier, Charlottesville1993-1995
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    Rockland Home School for Girls and Young Ladies, Albemarlen.d.
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    Schools-"R" - "W": Rawlings Institute, (Albemarle Female Institute; St. Anne's School Old Main, Charlottesville; Red Hill School; Rockfield School, (Gentry Ray House), Ragged Mountain; Rose Hill School, Albemarle; School House, Albemarle; Scottsville High School; Colonel Watson School for Boys, Charlottesville1978-1995
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    Venable Elementary School, Charlottesville1981-1995
Shops and Stores-Albemarle County and Charlottesville
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    Anderson Brother's Bookstore1996-1998
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    Bishop's Store, 19311995
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    Blackwell's Storen.d.
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    Carters Bridge Store, 19th century1995
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    Charlottesville Hardware Store, 1895, ca. 19751975-1989
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    Covesville Store1993-1995
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    Crossroad's Store, early 20th centuryn.d.
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    Davis Store1995
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    Estes (R. N.) Store, 1890s, 19331985-1995
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    Foster-Layman Store1995
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    Harris Shop1976
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    Hatton Store, 1870s1996
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    Heards Store, ca. 19001993-1995
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    Ivy Stores, ca. 1850, ca. 18951995
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    Keene Store1995
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    Lane Store1996
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    Marshall-Parrish Store, late 19th century, 19171982-1995
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    Maupin Storen.d.
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    Maupin (J. J.) Store, ca.1890, 1973n.d.
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    McKee Block, early 19th century1991
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    Monroe Hill Law Office, ca. 17891981
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    Monticello Bankn.d.
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    Number Nothing Shops, ca. 18201980-1995
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    Piedmont Store1976
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    Powells Stores, early 20th century1995
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    Purvis Store, early 20th century1993
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    Sinclair Store1979
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    Thompson Store1982
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    Warren Store, ca. 18551962-1995
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    Wyant Store, 19131963-1995
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    Stores-Miscellaneous: Advance Mills Store; Barracks Road; Allen Store and Woody Dance Hall, Simeon, 1920s; Baber's Store & Post Office, Howardsville, 1880s; Batesville Blacksmith Shop, late 19th century; Belmont Store; Cigar Factory; Old Cobham Store; Craig's Store; Earlysville Store; Greenwood Brick Store; Keswick Store; Nortonsville Store; Steed's Store; Stony Point Country Store; Tapscott Store; Wagner's Store; William Walker Store; W. W. Wood Store; Wood's Store; Lot #55 shop1993-1998
Taverns, Inns, and Hotels-Albemarle County and Charlottesville
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    Albemarle Hotel1975-1999
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    Black's Tavern1986-1995
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    Blue Ridge Terrace Innn.d.
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    Boar's Head Inn1999
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    Boyd's Tavern1976-1996
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    Brooksville Tavern1989-1996
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    Burnley's Tavern1974-1995
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    Castiglione Tavern1936-1993
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    Central Hoteln.d.
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    Clarksville Tavernn.d.
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    Crossroads Tavern1980-1993
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    D. S. Tavern1976-1983
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    Eagle Tavern, ca. 17911978-1991
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    Farish Housen.d.
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    Farmers' Hotel1999
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    Fretwell-Tillman Tavern, ca. 1810, 1820s, ca. 18351989-1992
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    Fry's Spring Hotel1982-1991
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    Garland's Tavern1992
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    Garth Tavern1982-1992
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    Green Teapot Inn1976-1995
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    Hardin's Tavern (Hardendale)1995-1999
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    Jefferson Hotel1990-1995
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    La Fourche Tavern1976-1995
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    Leake's Tavern, 17701995-1996
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    Locust Grove Tavern1976-2000
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    Locustdale Inn1990-1996
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    Long House (May's Tavern)1955-1995
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    Michie Tavern1928-1997
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    Monticello Hotel1974-1993
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    Oak Grove Tavernn.d.
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    Pinch 'Em Slyly Tavern1978
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    Price's Hotel1976-1995
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    Queen Charlotte Hotel1995
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    Scottsville Tavern1995
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    Swan Tavernn.d.
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    Terrell's Ordinaryn.d.
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    Thomas Jefferson Inn1995
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    Town and Country Motor Lodge1998
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    Traveler's Grove Tavernn.d.
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    Warren Tavern1992-1996
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    White Hall Inn1976-1995
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    Woodstock Hall Tavern1978-1996
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    Woolen Mills Tavern1976
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    Yancey's Tavern1990-1995
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    Taverns and Inns - Miscellaneous: Alphin Hostelry; Bentivoglio Tavern; Bowcock Tavern; Bramham's Tavern; Cabell House; Carlton House Hotel; Dolley Madison Inn; Eubank's Tavern; Field Public House; Fitz' Tavern; Hocker's Tavern; Old Howardsville Tavern; Oak Grove Tavern; The Ordinary; Pleasant Grove Tavern; Queen Charlotte Hotel; Terrell's Ordinary; Thomas Jefferson Inn; Travelers' Grove Tavern; Walker's Tavern; "Taverns-Charlottesville and Albemarle County, Virginia, 1810-1860"1950-1995
Commercial Buildings
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    Commercial Buildings-Banks: Citizens Bank and Trust Company; Bank of Crozet, 1905; Esmont National Bank Building, (Post Office), 1902; Howardsville Bank, ca. 1835; Jefferson National Bank, (Leterman/Jefferson National Bank Building), 1899, 1911; Monticello Bank, 1853, 1854; National Bank and Trust, (Jefferson National Bank), 1914, 1920; Peoples National Bank, (Timberlakes Drugstore), 1896, ca. 1909, 1917, ca. 1950; Peoples National Bank, (Sovran Bank, Virginia National Bank), 1916; 1929; 1956; Lot #55 Bank; "Charlottesville Banks before 1935"1979-1995
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    Commercial Buildings-Hospitals and Sanitariums: Blue Ridge Sanitarium, Route 20 S., 1914, 1919; Elderly Ladies Home; Magruder Sanitarium, W. Jefferson Street, 1899; Martha Jefferson Hospital, (Martha Jefferson Sanitarium), E. High Street, 1903, razed 1929, 1976; Minor-Nelson Sanitarium, (Nelson Sanitarium; Stedman House; Charles Minor Home; R. B. Nelson Home), E. High Street, ca. 1835, 18941980-1995
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    Commercial Buildings-Law Offices: Limestone Law Office, 1794; Monroe Hill Law Office, ca. 17891981
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    Commercial Buildings-Livery Stables: Carver's Livery Stable, W. Main Street, 19th century; Davis & Wood Livery, Fifth and Market Streets; 1910; Flannagan and Allegree's Stable, E. Market Street, 1905; Irving's Livery, E. Main Street, 19th century; Old Brick Stable, (Michie Company), E. Market Street, 1870s, 1896; Payne's Palace Stables, W. Main Street, 19th century; Railway Company Stables and Car Shed, (Charlottesville and University Street Railway Company Stables and Car Shed), E. Main Street, 1887, 19301979-1995
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    Commercial Buildings-Lodges and Clubs: Alberene Masonic Lodge, 1900-1925; Elks Lodge, (Elk's Lodge Home; Juvenile Court), E. High Street, 1902-1903, burned late 1940s; Fry's Springs Clubhouse, (Wonderland), 1890, 1906, 1913, ca. 1928; Howardsville Masonic Lodge, (George Lodge 32), 1846; Keswick Hunt Club, 1898; Yancey Mills Masonic Lodge, Crozet, ca. 19101995
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    Commercial Buildings-Restaurants: Carroll's Tea Room, (Amoco; Spencer's Tea Room), Barracks Road and Emmet Street, 1937; Ivy Inn, (Pear Tree Toll House), Old Ivy Road, ca. 1845-1870; Tidbit and Overflow Cafe, E. High Street and U. S. 250, E. Market Street1973-1996
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    Commercial Buildings-Service Stations: Esmont Gas Station, ca. 1910-1930; Fry's Springs Gas Station, (Colonial Revival Service Station), Jefferson Park Avenue, 1932, 1939; Ragged Mountain Farm Gas Station, 20th century; (Gentry) Ray Gas Station, Ragged Mountain Farm Road, 1930s; Shell Gas Station, (Art Deco Service Station), E. High Street, 1939-1940; Texaco Gas Station, Barracks Road Shopping Center, Emmet Street, post 19581978-1995
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    Commercial Buildings-Theaters: Jefferson Opera House; Lafayette Theater, E. Main Street, 1921, 1959 razed; Victory Hall, Scottsville, 1918-19201995
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    Commercial Buildings-Theaters: Jefferson Theater, (Jefferson National Bank; Movie Palace), Main Street Mall, 1901, 1912, 19251979-1994
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    Commercial Buildings-Theaters: Levy Opera House, (Town Hall), 1851-1852. 1888, 19811973-1995
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    Commercial Buildings-Theaters: Paramount Theater, E. Main Mall, 19311981-2000
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    Commercial Buildings-Miscellaneous: "A" - "B": Albemarle County Office Building, 1939; Albemarle Grocery Company Warehouse, South Street, 1916; Andrews-Bebas-Tripolas Building, Preston Avenue, 1915; Andrews-Michtom Building, W. Main Street, 1911; Angus Headquarters, 20th century; Armstrong Knitting Factory, Dale Avenue, 1889-1890; Henry Balz Buildings, W. Main Street, 1882-1884; A. G. Bennett Building, W. Main Street, 1910; C. M. Brand Dormitory, W. Main Street, ca. 1855; Brand-Chewning Building, W. Main Street, ca. 1856, ca. 1910-1917; Brown Milling Company Building, Avon Street, 1902; Buck Island Brick Factory and Slate Quarry sites, Simeon, 19th century; Bunch Building, Main Street, 1874

    Commercial Buildings-Miscellaneous: "C": C & A Railway Company, Virginia Public Service Company Building, W. Main Street, ca. 1914, ca. 1920s, 1978; Carpenter-Theodose Building, W. Main Street, ca. 1875; Carter-Bennett Building (Victory Shoe Store), W. Main Street, 1921; A. G. Carter Building, W. Main Street, 1922; Chancellor Building, University Avenue, ante 1891 and/or 1920; Charlottesville Agriculture and Iron Works, W. Main Street, 1858; Charlottesville Businesses, 19th century; Coca Cola Bottling Plant, Preston Avenue, 1939; Cooke Office Building, Gordon Avenue; ca. 1895; Collins Building, (Piedmont Furniture Company), E. Main Street, 1928; Conway & Oberdorfer Building, E. Main Street, 1915; Crozet Warehouse, (Apple Storage Warehouse), 1929; Cushman Building, (Cash Food Mart), W. Main Street, 19371980s-1990s
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    Commercial Buildings-Miscellaneous: "D" - "F": Daniel Building, Fourth Street N.E., 1878, 1880, 1884; Dickerson-Williams Building, E. Main Street, 1903, 1929, 1955, 1982; J. E. Early Building, Fifth Street N.E., 1903; Early-Walker Building, Fifth Street N.E., 1897; Ellington Building, W. Main Street, 1914; Farish-Driscoll Building, E. Main Street, 1892; Fellini's Restaurant, Second Street N.W., 1860s, 1978; Feuchtenberger Building, W. Main Street, 1913-1914; Frizzell Building, (Old Fellows Hall), E. Market Street, 1884, ca. 1910

    Commercial Buildings-Miscellaneous: "G" - "H": Gianniny-Pace Building, W. Main Street, 1890; Gillespie-Tilman Building, Fourth Street N.E., 1884; Gilmore Furniture Company Building, E. Main Street, 1909-1910; Gleason Buildings, E. Main Street, 1927, 1928; Gleason-Robey Building, W. Main Street, 1989, 1939, 1956-1958; H. H. Hankins Warehouse, South Street W., 1916; Hartman Memorials, E. Market Street, mid 20th century; Heller Building, E. Main Street, 1896; Holsinger Photography Studio, W. Main Street, 1934; Holsinger-Thomas Building, W. Main Street, 19151980s-1990s
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    Commercial Buildings-Miscellaneous: "I" - "L": Irving-Way-Hill/Hoff Motor Company Building, E. Main Street, 1910, 1953-1954, 1981; Jones-Bennett Building, E. Main Street, 1843; Jones-Wood Building, E. Main Street, 1843; Joseph Building, W. Main Street, 1918; Kaufman Building, E. Main Street, 1883, 1929; Keller Building, (Keller & George), E. Main Street, 1915; Kelly-Bragg Storehouse, E. Jefferson, 1826, 1921; King Lumber Company Warehouse, Preston Avenue, 1909; King's Warehouse, (Charles King & Sons Company), E. Water Street, 1897, 1907, 1980s; Krulewitch-Walters Warehouse, W. Main Street, 1895, 1905; L & S Building II, Third Street N.E., 1960-1961; Leitch Storehouse, Court Square, ca. 1820; Letterman Company Building, W. Main Street, 1899, 1911; Lewis Building, W. Main Street, 1901, 1981; Linney-Gleason & Valentine-Charlie Building, E. Main Street, 1895-1896, 1978; Lobban-George Buildings, E. Main Street, 1860

    Commercial Buildings-Miscellaneous: "M" - "P": Main Street Businesses, late 19th century; Marguerite's Brothel, (Marguietta's Bordello; Madam Marguerite de Crescioli, owner and operator), Fifth Street, 19th century; Martin Hardware, E. Market Street, 1902-1907; McKennie-Cook Building, University Avenue, ante 1891, 1927; Michie Printing Company, E. Market and Seventh Streets, 1900; Monticello Dairy, Grady Avenue, 1937, 1947, 1959, 1964; Norman Building, E. Main Street, 1896, ca. 1956; Norman-Spitzer Building, E. Main Street, 1896, 1915, ca. 1956; Oberdorfer-Robinson Building, E. Main Street, 1879; Old's Iron Furnace and Forge, (Albemarle Iron Furnace), 1769; Payne & Flannagan Building, E. Main Street, 1916; Perley Furniture and Undertaking Building, W. Main Street, 19th century; Peyton-Ellington Building, W. Main Street, 18931980s-1990s
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    Commercial Buildings-Miscellaneous: "R" - "S": Randolph Building, E. Jefferson Street, 1957; Rea-Wood Building, Fifth Street N.E., 1905; Rinehart Building, E. Main Street, 1915; Rinehart- Gleason Building, (H. M. Gleason & Co.), Garrett Street, 1915; Samuel J. Robinson Building, E. Main Street, 1916; Scottsville Canal Tobacco Warehouse, 1834; Scottsville Factory, Valley Street, ca. 1835; Shapero Building, W. Main Street, 1911; Shapero-Moss Building, W. Main Street, 1896, 1937; Shepherd Building, (Mary L. Holland Shop), W. Main Street, 1913, 1967, 1983; Southern Bakery Building, Preston Avenue, 1940-1941, 1952, 1956, 1966; Sterling-Hawkins Buildings, E. Main Street, 1897

    Commercial Buildings-Miscellaneous: "T" - "Y": Tilman Building, (J. D. & J. S. Tilman's), E. Main Street, 1916, 1956; Timberlake-Newman Building, E. Main Street, 1860-1867, 1914, 1976; Titus Nursery Building, (Waynesboro Nurseries Stone Building), Albemarle/Nelson, ca. 1910-1940; Turner-Tilman Buildings, Fourth Street N.E., 1884; Valentine-Charlie Building, E. Main Street, 1895-1896, 1978; Vinegar Hill, (Random Row; Smith's Row; Williams' Row), Preston Avenue and W. Main Street & end of Mall; A. P. Walker Building, Fifth Street, 1912; Walters Building, W. Main Street, 1898; Warren Distillery (Stillhouse), ca. 1786; Wingfield-Lacy Building, Fourth Street N.E., 1881, 1931; Young Building, Carlton Avenue, 19161980s-1990s
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    Commercial Enterprises-Airports: Central Virginia Airports; Charlottesville-Albemarle Airport,1994-1999
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    Commercial Enterprises: Court Square Complex1999
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    Commercial Enterprises-Transportation: Bridges1995-1999
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    Commercial Enterprises-Transportation: Canals, Dams, Locks1983-1998
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    Commercial Enterprises-Transportation: Ferries1973-1984
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    Commercial Enterprises-Transportation: Roads1991-1996
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    Government and Public Buildings: Albemarle County Courthouse1939-1996
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    Government and Public Buildings: Albemarle County Jail1974-1999
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    Government and Public Buildings-Miscellaneous: Batesville Jail, (Old Jail; Tomlin House); late 19th century; Charlottesville City Hall, end of Downtown Mall, 1967; Charlottesville Post Office, E. Market Street, 1906, 1936; Earlysville Post Office, Route 663, ante 1850; McIntire Library, (Albemarle County Historical Society), Second Street N. E., 1919-1922; Revolutionary War Barracks, (The Barracks), Garth Road, 1779-1780; Virginia National Guard Armory, Eighth and E. Jefferson Streets, 20th century; Water Street Fire Station, (Vinegar Hill Fire House), early 20th century1989-1999
Albemarle County-Miscellaneous Research
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    Albemarle County: African-Americans1996
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    Albemarle County: Archaeology1973-1994
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    Albemarle County: Cemeteries1991-1996
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    Albemarle County: Cemetery Recordsn.d.
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    Albemarle County: Civil War1975-1998
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    Albemarle County: "Colonial Albemarle/The Social and Economic History of Piedmont Virginia County, 1727-1775" by Charles Wilder Watts1948
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    Albemarle County: Communities1965-1994
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    Albemarle County: Court Records1990-1994
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    Albemarle County: Farm Estates1989-1990
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    Albemarle County: Ghosts1982-1995
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    Albemarle County: Historic Sites Lists1931-1978
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    Albemarle County: History1954-1996
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    Albemarle County: Important Personages1973-1995
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    Albemarle County: Land Patents1990
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    Albemarle County: Land Sales listed in Newspapers1991-1994
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    Albemarle County: Lists of Buildings1978-1997
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    Albemarle County: Lists of Drawings of Buildings1989
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    Albemarle County: Lists of Photographs of Buildings1988-1992
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    Albemarle County: Lists of Photographs of Buildings by Francis B. Johnstonn.d.
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    Albemarle County: Maps1991
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    Albemarle County: Massie Map Index1995
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    Albemarle County: McRaven Projects1994
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    Albemarle County: Miscellaneous Buildings1976-1995
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    Albemarle County: Monticello Platsn.d.
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    Albemarle County: Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts (MESDA)1975-1995
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    Albemarle County: Mutual Assurance Society Records1988-1993
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    Albemarle County: National Register of Historic Places and Virginia Landmarks Register1997-1999
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    Albemarle County: Newspapers1984-1987
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    Albemarle County: Obituaries and Marriages1949-1961
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    Albemarle County: Plats1988-1989
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    Albemarle County: Population Census1990-1991
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    Albemarle County: Preservation Ordinance1996
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    Albemarle County: Real Estate and Personal Property Tax Analyses1981-1982
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    Albemarle County: Real Estate and Personal Tax Records1990-1995
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    Albemarle County: Sanborn Insurance Mapsn.d.
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    Albemarle County: Statues1993-2000
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    Albemarle County: United States Geological Survey Topographical Mapsn.d.
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    Albemarle County: Virginia Department of Historic Resources (VDHR) Alphabetical and Numerical Indices1986-1995
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    Albemarle County: Virginia Department of Historic Resources (VDHR) Summary1994
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    Albemarle County: Works Project Administration (WPA) Historical Inventory1992
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    Charlottesville: Historic Landmarks Commission1985-1992
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    Charlottesville: Historic Landmarks Study1976-1981
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    Charlottesville: History1958-1999
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    Charlottesville: Maps1988-1996
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    Charlottesville: Mutual Assurance Society Records1988-1990
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    Charlottesville: National Register District1981
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    Charlottesville: News1968-1977
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    Charlottesville: Plats of Nimrod Bramham Property1985
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    Charlottesville: Plats with Original Lot Owners1991
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    Scottsville, General1973-1997
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    Scottsville: Platsn.d.
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    Scottsville: Studies1998
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    Southwest Mountains Area Natural Resource and History Preservation Study/Piedmont Environmental Council1989
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    Southwest Mountains Historic District/Piedmont Environmental Council1991-1992
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    Southwest Mountains Maps/Piedmont Environmental Council1989
Virginia-Miscellaneous Research
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    Amherst County1974-2000
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    Augusta County1992-1998
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    Botetourt County1970-1971
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    Buckingham County1969-1998
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    Charles City County1983
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    Cumberland County1973-1977
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    Eastern Shore1975-1977
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    Faquier County1979
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    Fluvanna County1955-1998
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    Fluvanna County: Bremo and Palmyra1990-1996
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    Fluvanna County: Courthouse and Jail1996-1998
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    Fluvanna County: Soil Survey1958
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    Frederick Countyn.d.
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    Fredericksburg1975
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    Gloucester Countyn.d.
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    Goochland County1969-1979
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    Greene County1974-1996
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    Halifax County1983-1994
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    Hanover County1993-1997
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    Loudoun County1982
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    Loudoun County: Leesburg1966-1978
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    Loudoun County: Waterford1981-1995
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    Louisa County1971-1995
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    Louisa County: Studies1970-1975
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    Madison County1979-2000
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    Mecklenburg County1963-1994
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    Nelson County (2 folders)1955-1997
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    Nelson County: Cabell Family Houses-Soldier's Joy1976-1998
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    Nelson County: Cabell Family Houses- Union Hill and others1969-1994
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    Nelson County: Edward Coles House1983-1991
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    Nelson County: Lucy Gilliam Crocklin Correspondence1993-1994
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    Nelson County: Mills1969-1992
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    Nelson County: Oak Ridge1981-1992
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    Orange County1973-1999
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    Orange County: Montpelier1973-1998
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    Orange County: Studies1989-1990
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    Page Countyn.d.
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    Pittsylvania County1982
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    Powhatan Countyn.d.
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    Prince Edward County1980
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    Richmondn.d.
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    Shenandoah Natural Park Structures1976
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    Stafford Countyn.d.
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    Surry County1977
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    Vernacular Architecture1973-1991
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    Virginia Buildings Exhibit1990
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    Virginia Folk-Architecture1973-1974
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    Virginia Genealogy: Alphabeticaln.d.
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    Virginia Genealogy: Carr, Dabney, Moon, Watson, and related families, compiled by Marion Gordon Shaw (3 folders)n.d.
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    Virginia Genealogy: Moon and Barclay families, compiled by Anna Mary Moon1939
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    Virginia Genealogy: Thomas Martin Thacker Papers1989

    Bound volume of photocopies of research materials, sketches, genealogical information, and correspondence of Thomas Martin Thacker, including a reconstruction based on textual evidence of Peter Jefferson's Shadwell Mills.

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    Virginia Genealogy: Referencen.d.
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    Virginia Genealogy: Williams and Rodes families1980
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    Virginia Land Transaction Methods; U. S. Geological Survey Maps1986-1991
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    Virginia Reminiscences: Recollections of Judge Richard Thomas Walker Duke, Jr. (1853-1926), transcription1993
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    Virginia Maps: Roads and River Corridors1994
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    Virginia Truss Bridges1975
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    West Virginia-Jefferson County1981
University of Virginia Buildings
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    University of Virginia Buildings-Academical Village: Articles1946-1998
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    University of Virginia Buildings-Academical Village: Brochures1980s-1990s
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    University of Virginia Buildings-Academical Village: Correspondence, Notes and Drawings1976-1998
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    University of Virginia Buildings-Academical Village: Newspaper clippings (2 folders)1973-1999
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    University of Virginia Buildings-Academical Village: Non-Jeffersonian1981-1991
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    University of Virginia Buildings-Academical Village: Studies1984-1996
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    University of Virginia Buildings-Fraternities1979-1995
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    University of Virginia Buildings-Fraternities: "Fraternity Houses at the University of Virginia/Their History, Their Architecture"1981
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    University of Virginia Buildings-Miscellaneous1995
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    University of Virginia Buildings and related-Newspaper clippings (2 folders)1974-2000
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    University of Virginia Buildings-Non-Jeffersonian1980-1993
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    University of Virginia Buildings-Non-Jeffersonian: "Unbuilt Buildings at the University of Virginia"1990
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    University of Virginia Buildings-Varsity Hall (Infirmary)1977
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    University of Virginia and Thomas Jefferson-Brochures and Seminar Printings1976-1997
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    University of Virginia and Thomas Jefferson-Chapters and Portions from Books1905-1991
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    University of Virginia and Thomas Jefferson-Correspondence and Notes1982-1997
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    University of Virginia and Thomas Jefferson-Magazine Articles and Bulletins1976-1997
Thomas Jefferson and his Architects
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    Thomas Jefferson Builders-Joseph Antrimn.d.
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    Thomas Jefferson Builders-Thomas R. Blackburn1998
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    Thomas Jefferson Builders-William John Coffee1987-1994
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    Thomas Jefferson Builders-Dabney Cosby1968-1999
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    Thomas Jefferson Builders-James Dinsmore1993-1998
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    Thomas Jefferson Builders-William & John Dunkum1985-1996
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    Thomas Jefferson Builders-John Gormann.d.
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    Thomas Jefferson Builders-John Jordan1963-1988
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    Thomas Jefferson Builders-John Neilson (2 folders)1986-2000
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    Thomas Jefferson Builders-James Oldham1991-1997
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    Thomas Jefferson Builders-John M. Perry; George Wilson Spooner, Jr.1986-1995
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    Thomas Jefferson Builders-William B. Phillips; Malcolm F. Crawford; Richard S. Boulware1986-1996
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    Thomas Jefferson Buildings-Articles and other Writings (2 folders)1949-1994
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    Thomas Jefferson Builders-Attributed Dwellings and Buildings1951(1972-2000)
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    Thomas Jefferson Builders-Court Records: Census1987-1988
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    Thomas Jefferson Builders-Court Records: Deed Books1987-1988
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    Thomas Jefferson Builders-Court Records: Marriage Records and Wills1987-1988
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    Thomas Jefferson Builders-Court Records: Newspaper Records1987-1988
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    Thomas Jefferson Builders-Court Records: Order Books1987-1988
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    Thomas Jefferson Builders-Court Records: Personal Property and Land Tax1987-1988
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    Thomas Jefferson Builders-Genealogies1983-1985
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    Thomas Jefferson Builders-Lists of Names and Data1983-1993
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    Thomas Jefferson Builders-References: Archives, Special Collections, University of Virginia Library1986-1987
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    Thomas Jefferson Builders-References: Thomas Jefferson Papers, Special Collections, University of Virginia Library1986-1991
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    Thomas Jefferson Builders-References: Various, Special Collections, University of Virginia Library1986-1987
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    Thomas Jefferson Builders-References: University of Virginia Libraries1982-1986
University of Virginia Architecture Studios and Projects
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    Architecture Studios-Field Trips1966-1980
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    Architecture 81-Community Involvement1971
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    Architecture 513-Measured Drawings1973-1998
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    Architecture 401 Studio1975 Fall
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    Architecture 402 Studio1977 Spring
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    Architecture 512 Studio-Recording Historic Buildings1978-1996
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    Architecture 302 Design Studio1979 Spring
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    Architecture 302 Design Studio1980 Spring
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    Architecture 502 & 511-Fieldwork in Preservation1980
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    Architecture 302 Design Studio1981 Spring
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    Architecture 301 Studio1981 Fall
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    Architecture 401 Design Studio1982 Fall
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    Architecture Course-Virginia Road Traces, Road Survey Course1982 Fall
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    Architecture 302 Design Studio1983 Spring
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    Architecture 401 Design Studio1983 Fall
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    Architecture 402 Design Studio1984 Spring
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    Architecture 301 Design Studio1984 Fall
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    Architecture 401 Design Studio1985 Fall
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    Architecture Plan 834-Recording Virginia Historic Buildings1985-1998
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    Architecture 301 Design Studio1986 Fall
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    Architecture Project-Architectural Pattern Associated with Virginia Road Traces1986
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    Architecture 402 Design Studio1987 Spring
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    Architecture 301 Design Studio1987 Fall
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    Architecture 402 Design Studio1988 Spring
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    Architecture 402 Design Studio1989 Spring
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    Architecture 301 Design Studio1989 Fall
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    Architecture 301 Design Studio1990 Fall
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    Architecture 302 Design Studio1991 Spring
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    Architecture 301 Design Studio1991 Fall
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    Architecture 512P Design Studio-Architectural Surveys1991 Fall
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    Architecture 301 Design Studio1992 Fall
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    Architecture 513P Design Studio-Measured Drawings1993 Spring
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    Architecture 401 Design Studio1993 Fall
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    Architecture Project-Virginia Road Traces: Building Lists1995
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    Architecture Project-Building Conservations Studies, Professor Matthias E Kayhoen.d.
University of Virginia Miscellaneous
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    Architectural Drawings of University of Virginia Buildings in Special Collections Library1989-1990
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    Architectural Drawings of University of Virginia Buildings in Physical Plant [Facilities Management] Library1991
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    Architectural History at UVa: Alumni, Faculty and Theses, 1958-19961996
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    Architectural References1996-1998
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    Architecture of the South Series1989-1990
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    Architecture Projects Lists- Architecture in Virginia Series: Regional Architecture & Recording Historic Virginia Buildings; Measured Drawings, Studies in Vernacular Architecture; Architecture Associated with Virginia Road Traces1973-1998
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    Architecture School and Faculty1994-1998
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    Architecture School History1988-1999
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    Art Index1982-1992
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    Employees' Lists, 1817-19401989-1990
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    Maps and Plats of the University of Virginian.d.
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    Names Committee (2 folders)1986-1993
Contemporary Architects Research
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    David Wiley Anderson1997-1998
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    Thomas Rolander Blackburn1999
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    Joseph Norwood Bosserman1997-1998
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    Eugene Bradbury1984
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    Edmund Schureman Campbell1988-1998
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    Thomas Kevin Fitz Patrick1996
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    Charles and George Sidney Ford1996
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    Charles Freeman Gillette1993-1994
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    Milton Grigg1982-1998
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    William Newton Hale, Jr.1982-1994
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    Henderson Heyward1987-1999
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    Joseph Fairman Hudnut1991
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    Floyd Johnson1987-1999
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    Sidney Fiske Kimball1983-1995
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    Alfred Lawrence Kocher1987-1995
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    James R. Magruder1988-1996
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    Stanislaw Makielski1988-1998
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    Louie L. Scribner1982-1990
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    Marshall Swain Wells1982-1998
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    Clarence Windom Wenger1983-1984
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    Waddy Butler Wood1998
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    Architects' Vitae1993-1994
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    Local and Virginia Architectsn.d.
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    Local Colonial Revival Architects1982-1985
Architecture Correspondence
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    Architecture Correspondence1970-1975
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    Architecture Correspondence1976-1979
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    Architecture Correspondence1980-1982
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    Architecture Correspondence1983
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    Architecture Correspondence1984
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    Architecture Correspondence1985
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    Architecture Correspondence1986
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    Architecture Correspondence1987
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    Architecture Correspondence1988
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    Architecture Correspondence1989
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    Architecture Correspondence1990
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    Architecture Correspondence1991
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    Architecture Correspondence1992
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    Architecture Correspondence1993
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    Architecture Correspondence1994
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    Architecture Correspondence1995
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    Architecture Correspondence1996
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    Architecture Correspondence1997
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    Architecture Correspondence1998
  • Box 55
    Architecture Correspondence1999
  • Box 55
    Architecture Correspondence2000
Photographs
  • Box 56
    Albemarle County Houses-An.d.

    [Ackley; Albemarle Farm; Alberene; Alden House; Alderman House; Allendale; Allwood House; American Four Square; Anchorage; Arrowhead; Ash Lawn; Auburn Hill]

  • Box 56
    Albemarle County Housesn.d.

    [miscellaneous and identified]

  • Box 56
    Albemarle County Houses-Ba-Ben.d.

    [Bachelor's Quarters; Bailey House; Balcard-Powell House; Ballard-Abel House; Bancroft; Barclay House; Barksdale Day House; Barracks; Barringer Mansion; Batesville houses; Batna; Beauerdam Farm; Bellair; Bellair, Wingfield; Bel Aire; Belle Grove (Valmont); Belle Haven; Belmont, Charlottesville; Belmont, Brown's Cove; Belvoir; Belvoir 2; Belvoir 3; Bemiss House; Ben Coolyn House; Bentivar]

  • Box 56
    Albemarle County Houses-Bi-Bon.d.

    [Bird Haven, Greenwood; Birdwood; Bishop House; Black Family and house; Blair House, Scottsville; Bleak House (Holly House); Blenheim; Bloomfield; Blueridge Farm; Bonahora; Boxwood]

  • Box 56
    Albemarle County Houses-Br-Bun.d.

    [Branch Point; Brand Hartman ouse; Breezy Oaks; Briar Creek Farm; Bridle Spur; Brightberry; Brockenbrough; Brook Hill (Minor); Brookhill (Dunkum); Brooks Farm; Albert Brooks House; Brown-Parrott House; Brownsville House; Buck Island; Buena Vista; Butler-Norris House]

  • Box 56
    Albemarle County Houses-Castle Hilln.d.
  • Box 56
    Albemarle County Houses-Ca-Chn.d.

    [Canaan; Carr House, The Meadows; Carr's Hill Carriage House; Carr House, Charlottesville; Hugh Carr House; Carrollton Manor; Carrs Brook; Carrs Grove; Carr's Hill Dorm; Carter-Gilmer House; Carver House; Castalia; Castlebrook; Catterton Place; Cedar Grove; Cedars; Cherry Hill; Cherry Valley; Chester, Scottsville; Chestnut Avenue smokehouse/plantation office; Chiswell; Christmas Hill; Church Hill]

  • Box 56
    Albemarle County Houses-Charlottesville housesn.d.

    [miscellaneous and unidentified]

  • Box 56
    Albemarle County Houses-Ci-Crn.d.

    [Cismont Manor; Clermont; Cliffside, Scottsville; Clover Fields; Clifton; Clover Hill; Cobham Park; Cole House (Bollingwood); Colle House; Colonial House, Scottsville; Comer House; Conduff House; Carolyn Cox Log House; Crestwood; Crutchfield]

  • Box 56
    Albemarle County Houses-Dn.d.

    [Darby's Folly; Davis House; Dabney (Dinsmore) House; Doll House; Donegal; Dovedale; Duke House; R. T. W. Duke House; Dulaney House; Dunkum-Dice House; Dunkum-Spooner House; Dumlora 3; Dunn House; Dyer House]

Photographs
  • Box 57
    Albemarle County Houses-Ea-Edn.d.

    [East Belmont; Edgehill; Edgemont; Ednam; Edgemont, Stony Point Road; Edgewood; Edgeworth; Edwards House]

  • Box 57
    Albemarle County Houses-El-Evn.d.

    [Ellerslie; Enderly; Enniscorthy; Ernscliff Log House; Esmont House; Estes Farm; Estouteville; Everett House]

  • Box 57
    Albemarle County Houses-Fn.d.

    [Fairmont; Fairview; The Farm; Farmington; Faulkner House; Feathers; Fielding; Fifth Street House; Finally; Findowrie; Forest Hill; Forest Lodge; Foster House; Fosteria; Four Acres; Fowler House; Franklin; Fray House; Fuller-Bailey House]

  • Box 57
    Albemarle County Houses-Gn.d.

    [Gale Hill; Gallison Hall; Giddings; Gilmer-Wood House (Drurywood House; Glen Esk; Glendower; Glen Echo; Glenmore; Glentivar; Gooch House; Goodwin Farm; Grassmere; Milton Grigg House; The Grove (Barksdale-Totty House; Guthrie Hall]

  • Box 57
    Albemarle County Houses-Ha-Hen.d.

    [Haden House; Halifax House; Hampstead; Hard Bargain; J. W. Hatch House; Hatton Grange; Hawkins-Holmes House; Hawkins-Wondree House; Head of Creek Plantation; Headquarters; Heiskell House; Heiskeg House (Livers House); Herndon House]

  • Box 57
    Albemarle County Houses-Hi-Hun.d.

    [High Meadows; High Mowing; The Hill, Altamont Circle; Hillel; Hilltop; Hodges-Gleason House; Holly Fork; Hollymead; Holmes House; Home Place; Homestead House; Home Tract; Hopewell; Horseshoe; Horseshoe Retreat; Hotopp House; Houchins House; Hough House; Lindsay House; Lucy Howard House; Hudson-Smith House; Hugh House; Dr. Humphries House]

  • Box 57
    Albemarle County Houses-In.d.

    [Idylwood; International House; Ivy Creek Farm]

  • Box 57
    Albemarle County Houses-Jn.d.

    [Nanny Cox Jackson House; Jarman (Brugger) House; Jarman-Cree House; Jarman-Walker House; Jeffries House; Jeffries-Bruce House; John Russell Jones House; Jones Place; Jumping Branch]

  • Box 57
    Albemarle County Houses-Kn.d.

    [Keelona (Red Brook); Keith House; Kelly House; John Kelly House; Kenridge; Kenwood; Keswick; Key House; Key West; Kinloch]

  • Box 57
    Albemarle County Houses-Ln.d.

    [Lands End; Leake House; Leathers House; Leitch-Haden House; Leitch-Munday House; Lennox Farm; Lewis Level; Lewis Mountain (Kearney House); Lewis-Hanckel House; Licking; Limestone Farm; Linden; Lindsay House; Lipop House; Little Mountain (Locust Grove); Little Virginia; Locust Farm; Locust Grove; Locust Hill; Log House; Logon; Lone Oak Farm; Longly House; Longwood; Lyman Mansion; Lynchburg Road House]

  • Box 57
    Albemarle County Houses-Ma-Min.d.

    [Malvern House; Manahan House; Maple Hill Cottage; Margueritta Crescoli Brothel; Marshall-Rucker House; Martin House; Massie-Wills Townhouse; Matthews House; Maupin House (Creek Dave); Nathaniel Maupin House; Maupin-Bibb House; Maxfield; McAllister-Andrews House; Paul McIntire House; McCue House; Meachum River Farm; Meadow Bluffs (Harris House); Meadow Brook; The Meadows; The Meadows (Lindsay); Merry Oaks; Midmont; Midway; Midway Farm; Millburne; Millington; Milton Farm]

Photographs
  • Box 58
    Albemarle County Houses-Mor-Mosn.d.

    [Monroe Hill; Montebello; Monticello; Monticola; Moon House, Batesville; Moon-Henderson House; Mooreland; Morea; Isaac Kimber Moran House; Morris House; Morrisena; Morven; Morven-Birckhead]

  • Box 58
    Albemarle County Houses-Mou-Mun.d.

    [Mount Air; Mount Armour; Mount Comfort; Mount Eagle; Mount Fair; Mount Grove; Mount Ida; Mount Pleasant; Mount Prospect; Mount Walla; Mount Warren; Mountain View (Harkaway); Music Hall]

  • Box 58
    Albemarle County Houses-Nn.d.

    [John Neilson House; New Shadwell; New Woodville; Normandale; Joseph Norris House; Norris-McCue House; Norvell House; Nydrie]

  • Box 58
    Albemarle County Houses-On.d.

    [Oak Crest; Oak Forest, Farmington; Oak Hill; Oak Hill, Greenwood; Oaklands; Oaklawn; The Oaks; Old Hall, Scottsville; James Oldham House; Old Longwood; Old Mooreland]

  • Box 58
    Albemarle County Houses-Pn.d.

    [Page Brook; Pantops Water Tower; Parson's Green; Patton House; Paxton Place; Perkins House; Petit House; Peyton House; Piedmont (Wallace), Greenwood; Piedmont, Whitehall; Piedmont, University of Virginia; Piedmont Manor; Pine Knot; Piney Grove, Brookhill; Pines (Terrell); Pireus; Plain Dealing; Plainview Farm; Pleasant Hill (Barksdale); Plumb Pleasant; Powell House; Price-Poore House]

  • Box 58
    Albemarle County Houses-Qn.d.

    [Quandry; Quarters]

  • Box 58
    Albemarle County Houses-Ra-Rign.d.

    [Ragged Mountain Farm; Ramsay-Langhorne-Gibson House; Recoleta; Redlands Club; Red Hill; Refuge; Richlands; Ridgely; Ridgeway; Riggory]

  • Box 58
    Albemarle County Houses-Redlandsn.d.
  • Box 58
    Albemarle County Houses-Riv-Run.d.

    [Riverdale; Riverdell; Rivanna Farm; River Lawn; River View, Scottsville; Rock Hill; Giles Rogers House; Rogers Place; Rollings Acres; Rosehill; Rosemont; Roundtop; Royal Orchard; Rugby Road Houses; Rutledge]

Photographs
  • Box 59
    Albemarle County Houses-Se-Son.d.

    [Seven Oaks; Shack Mountain; The Shadows; Shadwell; Shelton House; Sherwood; Shirland; Simpson House; Smith Place; John M. Smith House; Sneed House; Solitude; Southall-Venable House; Southern Comfort; Sowell House]

  • Box 59
    Albemarle County Houses-Sp-Sun.d.

    [Spring Dale; Spring Hill; Stanford Hall; Stevens Place; Stonefield; Stonemont; Strange House; Strawberry Hill; Su Casa (Stevens House); Summer Hill; Sunny Bank; Sunnyside; Sutherland Farm (see Solitude)]

  • Box 59
    Albemarle County Houses-Tn.d.

    [Tallwood; Tarry; Temple Hill; Temple Place; The Terrace, Scottsville; Terrel House; T. L. Thuman House; Tiverton; Tompkins House, Scottsville; Tower Creek Farm; Tower House; Trice-Towe House; Tripartite House; Tucked Away; Tudor Grove]

  • Box 59
    Albemarle County Houses-Un.d.

    [14 University Circle; 21 University Circle; Updike House; Upper Plantation]

  • Box 59
    Albemarle County Houses-Vn.d.

    [Valley Point; Valentine House; Valmont's; Verdant Lawn; Verulam; Viewmont; Villa Crawford (Ashley House); Villino Lambeth; Vowles Townhouse]

  • Box 59
    Albemarle County Houses-Wa-Wen.d.

    [Wakefield; William Walker House; Walnut Grove; Walnut Lawn; Walnut Level; Walters-Page House; Walters-Witkin House; Old Cabin near Warren; Watson House; Watson-Wood House; Wavertree Hall; Wertland; Westbury; West Cairns; West Leigh; West Main Street House; Westover]

  • Box 59
    Albemarle County Houses-Wh-Won.d.

    [Wheeler Building; Whilton; White Cross; Whitehall Farm; White Pine; Wilhoit; Williams House; Willoughby; Windie Knowe; Windsor; Windsor Hill; Wingfield House; Woodburne; Woodland]

  • Box 59
    Albemarle County Houses-Wo-Wyn.d.

    [Woodlea; Woodson House; Woodville; Old Woodville; Wyndhurst]

  • Box 59
    Albemarle County Houses-Yn.d.

    [Yancey Mill House; Yeargin House; York House; Dr. Young's House]

Photographs
  • Box 60
    Albemarle County-Barns and Outbuildingsn.d.

    [Carrsville Orchard Barn; Ben Coolyn Double Crib Barn; Log Barn, Brown's Cove; Castalia Barn; Ingleridge; Miller Place Barn, Free Union; Nydrie Stables; Page-Brook Barn; Redlands Barn-Threshing Machine; West Leigh Barn; Sherwood Barn-Threshing Machine; Stockton Creek Barn; Sutherland Barn; Underhill Tobacco Barn; Wilhoit Barns; Miscellaneous barns]

  • Box 60
    Albemarle County-Depotsn.d.

    [C & O Depot; Greenwood Tunnel; Keswick Depot; Mount Eagle Depot; Rose Cottage (trainmaster's house); Scottsville Depot; Shadwell Depot; Southern Depot; Union Station/Southern Railroad Depot; Warren Depot; Log House from Crozet Tunnel Workers Houses]

  • Box 60
    Albemarle County-Ecclesiasticaln.d.

    [All Saint's Episcopal Church; Batesville Methodist Church; Bethlehem Methodist Church; Beth Shalom Synagogue; Blue Ridge Sanitarium Chapel; Buck Island Church; Buck Mountain Episcopal Church Bell Tower; Centenary Methodist Church South; Charlottesville Christ Church; Charlottesville Methodist Church; Charlottesville Methodist Episcopal Church South; Charlottesville Presbyterian Church; Chestnut Grove Baptist Church; Christ Church Glendower; Christian Church; Christian Science Church; Church West of Boonesville; Church or our Savior; Cove Presbyterian Church; Covesville Church; Earlysville Union Church; Edgehill Chapel; First Baptist Church, Charlottesville; First Methodist Church, Charlottesville; First Presbyterian Church, Park Street; Free Union Baptist Church; Garth Chapel; Grace Church]

    [High Street Baptist Church; Hillsboro Baptist Church; Hodges' Episcopal Manse; Holy Comforter Catholic Church; Mountain Plains Presbyterian Church; Mount Calvary Baptist Church; Mount Ed Baptist Church; Mount Moriah Methodist Church; Mount Sinai Baptist Church; The Rectory; Sand Road Baptist Church; Scottsville Baptist Church; Scottsville Disciples of Christ Church; Scottsville Methodist Church; Scottsville Presbyterian Church; Sharon Church; St. Anne's Parish, Glebe; St. James Episcopal Chapel/Garth Chapel; St. John's Episcopal Church, Scottsville; St. John's Church; St. Luke's Episcopal Church; St. Paul's Episcopal Church; South Plains Presbyterian Church; University Baptist Church; Union Ridge Baptist Church; Unitarian Church; Westminster Presbyterian Church; Woolen Mills Chapel; Zion Baptist Church]

  • Box 60
    Albemarle County-Millsn.d.

    [Cochran's Mill; Cocke's Mill/Johnson's Mill; Crossroad Mill; Dawson's Millhouse; Dwyer's Millhouse; Eolus Mill; Harris Mill; Hartman's Mill; Hatton Grange Mill; Hydraulic, Redbrook; Ivy Mill; Jarman-Harris Millhouse; Peter Jefferson Mill; Kinloch Mill; Lochlyn Millhouse; Maupin House outbuilding; Meadow Run Mill; Merrie Mill; Minor's Mill; Monroe Mill; Scottsville Mill; Smith's Mill; Stockton Creek Mill/Patterson's Mill, Yancey Mills; Stover's Mill; Thacker-Dawson Mill; Tsuquatantia Millhouse; Walker Mill; Walker Millhouse; Warren Mill; Wheat Threshing Machine; Woolen Mills Dam]

  • Box 60
    Albemarle County-Schoolsn.d.

    [Burnley School; Cismont School; Clark School; Covesville School; Crozet School; Earlysville School; Esmont School; Glendower School; Greenwood School for Boys; Jefferson School; Lane High School; Liberty School; McGuffey School; McIntire School; Midway School; Miller School; Mount Alto School; Piedmont Female Academy; Red Hill School; Rio Road School; Scottsville High School; Old St. Anne's School; Stannes School; Venable School]

  • Box 60
    Albemarle County-Statuesn.d.

    [The Dell, University of Virginia; Rotunda Marble Capitol fragment, 1895 fire; Confederate Monument, University of Virginia Cemetery; Civil War Statue; George Rogers Clark Monument; Homer Statue; Jackson Statue; Robert E. Lee Statue; Washington Statue]

  • Box 60
    Albemarle County-Storesn.d.

    [Anderson Brothers Bookstore; Angus Headquarters; Armstrong Knitting Factory; Bishop's Store; Canal Warehouse, Scottsville; Craig's Store; Crossroads Store; H. I. Davis Store; Earlysville Post Office; R. N. Estes' Store; Foster Layman Store; Fry's Spring Gas Station; Hatton Store; Heard's Store; Holsinger Studio & Mr. M. L. Grigg Office; Ivy Stock; Keller & George; Kelly-Bragg Warehouse; Keswick Store; Charles King's Warehouses; Maupin Store; McKee Block; Monticello Dairy; National Bank; Number Nothing; Parrish Store; People's National Bank 2; Powell's Store; Ragged Mountain Service Station; Scottsville Tobacco Warehouse; Warren Store; Wyant Store, White Hall]

  • Box 60
    Albemarle County-Taverns and Hotelsn.d.

    [Afton Mountain Top Hotel; Albemarle Hotel; Black's Tavern at Seven Oaks; Boyd's Tavern; Brooksville; Browning-Dettor Tavern; Burnley Tavern; Cabell House; Carlton House-chimney curtain & gable lunette; Castiglione; Clarksville/Sunnyside; Crossroads Tavern; Dolley Madison Inn; DS Tavern; Eagle Tavern; Farish House; Garland A. Garth's Tavern; Garth Tavern; Grasty-Brown Tavern; Green Teapot Inn, Yancey Mills; Hardendale; Jefferson Park Hotel; Jefferson Hotel; La Fourche Tavern; Locust Dale Inn; Locust Grove Tavern; Milton Tavern/Locust Grove; Long's Tavern; Michie Tavern; Monticello Hotel; North of West Main Street; Number Nothing; Price's Hotel; Queen Charlotte Hotel; Scottsville Tavern; Thomas Jefferson Inn; Town & Country Restaurant; Warren Tavern; Warren Stone Tavern; White Hall Inn; Woodstock Hall; Woolen Mills Tavern; Yancey's Tavern]

  • Box 60
    Albemarle County-Miscellaneous Non-Housen.d.

    [Albemarle County Courthouse; Albemarle County Jail; Albemarle County Office Building; Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks; Brick Bonds; Buck Mountain Road Trace; Charlottesville Courthouse; Scottsville Road to Charlottesville building; section of Jefferson Memorial Road; Main Street, Charlottesville; Charlottesville Post Office; First Courthouse Column; Court Square; Fray's Mill Bridge; Free Bridge; Howardsville Masonic Lodge; Jefferson Theatre; Levy Opera House; Magruder Sanitarium; Martha Jefferson Hospital; McIntire Library; Miramont Apartments; Nelson Sanitarium; Falls of S. F. Hardware River; Tom Brady & Bill Randolph, Iron Stone at Old's Forge; N. Hardware River; Paramount Theatre; Piedmont Icehouse; Poorhouse Farm; Sunnyside Poorhouse 1; Preston Court Apartments; Race Out Thru Rock, Old's Furnace, S. R. Hardware River; Revolutionary War Barracks; Virginia National Guard Armory; Vinegar Hill Scene; Warren; Village of Esmont; unidentified; portrait of James W. Widderfield; photographs of James W. Widderfield, John Jordan, William Dundum and Dabney Cosby]

    [Alberene; Bank Barn at Enniscorthy; Bank of Crozet; Branchlands; Albemarle County Courthouse; Book of Ebenezer Baptist Church; Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks; Carr Garage; Court Square; Elderly Ladies Home; Farish House; Redland Club; Levy Opera House; Warehouse; W. Main Street; John Yeargin House; Rural life]

Photographs
  • Box 61
    Albemarle County-Buck Mountain Road-unidentifiedn.d.
  • Box 61
    Albemarle County-Three Notch'd Road-unidentifiedn.d.
  • Box 61
    Albemarle County-Maps and Platsn.d.
  • Box 61
    Albemarle County-Miscellaneousn.d.
  • Box 61
    Albemarle County-Unidentifiedn.d.
  • Box 61
    Albemarle County-University of Virginian.d.
  • Box 61
    Albemarle County-University of Virginia: Birdwood Water Towern.d.
  • Box 61
    Albemarle County-University of Virginia Fraternitiesn.d.
  • Box 61
    Albemarle County--University of Virginia Pavilions and Hotelsn.d.
Photographs
  • Box 62
    Alexandrian.d.
  • Box 62
    Amherst Countyn.d.
  • Box 62
    Augusta Countyn.d.
  • Box 62
    Bath Countyn.d.
  • Box 62
    Bedford Countyn.d.
  • Box 62
    Buckingham Countyn.d.
  • Box 62
    Charles City Countyn.d.
  • Box 62
    Culpepern.d.
  • Box 62
    Cumberland Countyn.d.
  • Box 62
    Fluvanna Countyn.d.
  • Box 62
    Goochland Countyn.d.
  • Box 62
    Greene Countyn.d.
  • Box 62
    Halifax Countyn.d.
  • Box 62
    Hanover Countyn.d.
  • Box 62
    Highland Countyn.d.
  • Box 62
    Lancaster Countyn.d.
  • Box 62
    Louisa Countyn.d.
  • Box 62
    Lynchburgn.d.
  • Box 62
    Madison Countyn.d.
  • Box 62
    Nelson Countyn.d.
  • Box 62
    Orange Countyn.d.
  • Box 62
    Pittsylvania Countyn.d.
  • Box 62
    Richmondn.d.
  • Box 62
    Rockbridge Countyn.d.
  • Box 62
    Rockingham Countyn.d.
  • Box 62
    Washington Countyn.d.
  • Box 62
    Virginia Counties-Miscellaneousn.d.
Photographs
  • Box 63
    Architecture of Jefferson Country: Dwellings A-Z (31/2 x5)n.d.
  • Box 63
    Architecture of Jefferson Country: Dwellings A-Z (4x6; 5x7)n.d.
  • Box 63
    Architecture of Jefferson Country: Dwellings A-Z (8x10)n.d.
  • Box 63
    Architecture of Jefferson Country: Other Buildingsn.d.
  • Box 63
    Architecture of Jefferson Country: Line Art (2 folders)n.d.
  • Box 63
    "Architectural Surveys Associated with Early Road Systems,"Association for Preservation Technology Bulletin 1980
  • Box 63
    A Virginia Family and its Plantation Houses 1987
Photographs
  • Box 64
    Pennsylvania Folk-life article (4 folders)1982
  • Box 64
    Virginia Architecture of the18th-19th Centuries Seminar1995-1999
  • Box 64
    District of Columbian.d.
  • Box 64
    Marylandn.d.
  • Box 64
    North Carolina & South Carolinan.d.
  • Box 64
    West Virginian.d.
  • Box 64
    Other Statesn.d.
Negatives
  • Box 65
    Albemarle Quad 1, b & wn.d.
  • Box 65
    Albemarle Quad 2, b & wn.d.
  • Box 65
    Albemarle Quad 3, b & wn.d.
  • Box 65
    Albemarle Quad 4, b & wn.d.
  • Box 65
    Albemarle County Houses, b & wn.d.
  • Box 65
    Albemarle County Non-Houses, b & wn.d.
  • Box 65
    Albemarle, positive transparencies of measured drawingsn.d.
Negatives
  • Box 66
    Albemarle County Various Buildings, b & w (3 folders)n.d.
  • Box 66
    Virginia Cities and Counties, 35mm colorn.d.
  • Box 66
    Virginia Counties, b & w (2 folders)n.d.
  • Box 66
    Miscellaneousn.d.
  • Box 66
    Eugene Bradbury Drawingsn.d.
  • Box 66
    Publication Graphicsn.d.
Negatives
  • Box 67
    Coles Family, contact sheetsn.d.
  • Box 67
    Albemarle County, measured drawings, b & wn.d.
  • Box 67
    United States and European Cities, b & wn.d.
Oversize Drawings and Maps
  • Architectural Drawings, Historical American Buildings Survey
  • Oversize Box S-63
    Peterson Prize Awards given to Measured Drawings to University of Virginia Architecture Studentsn.d.
  • Oversize Box S-64
    Albemarle County E911 Map Bookn.d.
  • Oversize Box T-18
    Mounted United States Geological Survey Maps 7.5 MIN
    • Box Oversize Box T-18
      Barboursville1964
    • Box Oversize Box T-18
      Boswell's Tavern1970
    • Box Oversize Box T-18
      Boyd Tavern1970
    • Box Oversize Box T-18
      Brown's Cove1965
    • Box Oversize Box T-18
      Charlottesville East1964
    • Box Oversize Box T-18
      Charlottesville West1964
    • Box Oversize Box T-18
      Covesville1967
    • Box Oversize Box T-18
      Crimora1965
    • Box Oversize Box T-18
      Crozet1965
    • Box Oversize Box T-18
      Earlysville1965
    • Box Oversize Box T-18
      Esmont1967
    • Box Oversize Box T-18
      Fletcher
      Alberene1965
    • Box Oversize Box T-18
      Free Union1965
    • Box Oversize Box T-18
      Gordonsville1970
    • Box Oversize Box T-18
      Howardsville1968
    • Box Oversize Box T-18
      Greenfield1967
    • Box Oversize Box T-18
      Keswick1964
    • Box Oversize Box T-18
      Madison1964
    • Box Oversize Box T-18
      McGaheysville1965
    • Box Oversize Box T-18
      McGaheysville1965
    • Box Oversize Box T-18
      Old Rag Mountain1965
    • Box Oversize Box T-18
      Rochelle1964
    • Box Oversize Box T-18
      Scottsville1967
    • Box Oversize Box T-18
      Schuyler1967
    • Box Oversize Box T-18
      Simeon1967
    • Box Oversize Box T-18
      Stanardsville1964
    • Box Oversize Box T-18
      Swift Run Gap1965
    • Box Oversize Box T-18
      Waynesboro East1964
Architectural Drawings, Historical American Buildings Survey
  • Box Oversize Box T-19
    University of Virginia Buildings:1982-1989
  • Box Oversize Box T-19
    Anatomical Theatre (7 sheets)n.d.
  • Box Oversize Box T-19
    Buckingham Palace, Carrs Hill (3 sheets)n.d.
  • Box Oversize Box T-19
    The Crackerbox (3 sheets)1983
  • Box Oversize Box T-19
    Hotel A (10 sheets) - 2 sets1988
  • Box Oversize Box T-19
    Hotel C (8 sheets)1984
  • Box Oversize Box T-19
    Hotel E, details1986
  • Box Oversize Box T-19
    Hotel E, section1986
  • Box Oversize Box T-19
    Hotel E (8 sheets)1986
  • Box Oversize Box T-19
    Pavilion I, east elevation1989
  • Box Oversize Box T-19
    Pavilion I, south elevation1989
  • Box Oversize Box T-19
    Pavilion I (6 sheets)1989
  • Box Oversize Box T-19
    Pavilion I (8 sheets)1989
  • Box Oversize Box T-19
    Pavilion I (7 sheets) - 2 sets1989
  • Box Oversize Box T-19
    Pavilion I (12 sheets)1989
  • Box Oversize Box T-19
    Pavilion II (6 sheets)n.d.
  • Box Oversize Box T-19
    Pavilion III (10 sheets)1985
  • Box Oversize Box T-19
    Pavilion IV (9 sheets)1984
  • Box Oversize Box T-19
    Pavilion VIII (9 sheets) - 2 sets1986
  • Box Oversize Box T-19
    Pavilion IX (6 sheets)1982
  • Box Oversize Box T-19
    Pavilion IX (11 sheets) - 2 sets1988
  • Box Oversize Box T-19
    Pavilion X (8 sheets)1982
  • Box Oversize Box T-19
    Albemarle County Buildings:1976-1989
  • Box Oversize Box T-19
    Ashlawn (9 sheets)1980
  • Box Oversize Box T-19
    Massie-Wills House (5 sheets)n.d.
  • Box Oversize Box T-19
    Monroe Hill Law Office, Charlottesville (4 sheets)1981
  • Box Oversize Box T-19
    Monroe Law Office, Limestone, Keswick (8 sheets) - 2 sets1977
  • Box Oversize Box T-19
    Poplar Forest, Bedford County (6 sheets) - 2 setsn.d.
  • Box Oversize Box T-19
    Miscellaneous floor plansn.d.
Architectural Drawings, Historical American Buildings Survey
  • Box Oversize Box T-20
    Ecclesiastical:1977-1986
  • Box Oversize Box T-20
    Buck Mountain Episcopal Church (6 sheets)n.d.
  • Box Oversize Box T-20
    Christ Church, Glendower (8 sheets) - 2 setsn.d.
  • Box Oversize Box T-20
    Christ Church, Glendower (7 sheets)n.d.
  • Box Oversize Box T-20
    Cove Church, Covesville (8 sheets)1978
  • Box Oversize Box T-20
    First Presbyterian Church of Niobrara, Niobrara, Knox County, Nebraska (4 sheets)1977
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    Garth Chapel, Owensville (5 sheets)1981
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    Grace Episcopal Church, Cumberland County (6 sheets) - 2 setsn.d.
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    Mount Ed Baptist Church, Batesville (7 sheets) - 2 sets1976
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    Old Zion Baptist Church (5 sheets)n.d.
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    Presbyterian Church, Scottsville (7 sheets)n.d.
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    St. John's Chapel, Louisa County, north elevationn.d.
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    St. John's Chapel, Louisa County, west elevationn.d.
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    St. John's Chapel, Louisa County, plann.d.
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    St. John's Chapel, Louisa County, sectionn.d.
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    St. John's Chapel, Louisa County (7 sheets)1986
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    St. John's Church, Scottsville, east elevationn.d.
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    St. John's Church, Scottsville, south elevationn.d.
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    St. John's Church, Scottsville (6 sheets)n.d.
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    St. John's Church, Waldrop, Louisa County (5 sheets)1983
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    St. Luke's Chapel, Simeon (5 sheets)1981
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    Scottsville Disciples of Christ Church (9 sheets)n.d.
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    South Plains Presbyterian Church (7 sheets)1984
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    Waterford School, Loudoun County (4 sheets)1979
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    Woolen Mills Chapel, Charlottesville (6 sheets) - 2 setsn.d.
Architectural Drawings, Historical American Buildings Survey
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    Dwellings:1973-1983
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    Birdwood Ice House (5 sheets)1982
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    Blenheim Library (8 sheets)n.d.
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    Brown-Parrott House, Crozet (11 sheets)1978
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    Walter Coles House, (Old Woodville) (5 sheets)1983
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    The Company House, Alberene, northwest elevationn.d.
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    The Company House, Alberene, northeast elevationn.d.
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    The Company House, Alberene, southwest elevationn.d.
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    The Company House, Alberene, southeast elevationn.d.
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    The Company House, Alberene (8 sheets)n.d.
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    Darby's Folly, Charlottesville (9 sheets)n.d.
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    Enniscorthy (5 sheets)1982
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    Benjamin Harris House, (Mountain Grove) (9 sheets)1982
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    James W. Mason House, (Old Hall) (6 sheets)1982
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    Mills House, (Oaklands; Malvern) (6 sheets)1982
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    Morven Lawn Cottage, east elevationn.d.
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    Morven Lawn Cottage, south elevationn.d.
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    Morven Lawn Cottage (7 sheets)n.d.
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    Redlands (6 sheets) (3 sets)1982
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    Daniel Scott House, (Valmont), Scottsville (7 sheets) (3 sets)n.d.
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    John Scott House, (Mount Walla), Scottsville (8 sheets)n.d.
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    Solitude (8 sheets)1982
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    Sowell House, Scottsville (5 sheets)1979
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    Spring Hill Claim House (5 sheets)1978
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    Springdale Farm (7 sheets)n.d.
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    Sunny Bank (7 sheets)n.d.
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    Walters-Page House, Batesville (10 sheets) (2 sets)1974
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    Wilhoit House (10 sheets) (2 sets)1973
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    Other Buildings:1977-1979
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    C & O Railway Station, Shadwell (5 sheets)1979
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    C & O Railway Station, Scottsville (6 sheets)1977
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    Crossroads Tavern (10 sheets)n.d.
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    George Lodge 32, Howardsville (9 sheets)n.d.
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    Hatton Grange Mill, Hatton (8 sheets)n.d.
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    J. I. Maupin Store (2 sheets)n.d.
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    J. I. Maupin Store (10 sheets)n.d.
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    Stockton Creek Barn, Greenwood (4 sheets)n.d.
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    Stockton Creek Barn, Greenwood (13 sheets)n.d.
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    Sutherland Barn (7 sheets)1982
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    Warren Depot (7 sheets)n.d
Architectural Drawings, Historical American Buildings Survey
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    Dwellings:1974-1993
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    Aspendale, Kent County, Delaware (5 sheets)1975
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    Barclay House, Scottsville (9 sheets)n.d.
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    Belleville, Ware Neck, Gloucester County (7 sheets)n.d.
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    Blair House, (Tipton Blair House), Scottsville (9 sheets)1993
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    Blum House, Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana (4 sheets)n.d.
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    Edward Coles House, Nelson County (6 sheets)1983
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    One Cottage Lane, Charlottesville (7 sheets)1974
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    Lucretia Cox House, Staunton, Augusta (4 sheets)1982
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    117 Cream Street, Charlottesville (5 sheets)n.d.
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    Charles B. Dudley House, Altoona, Blair, Pennsylvania (5 sheets)1989
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    Fowler House, Charlottesville (7 sheets)1982
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    Carter Gilmer House, Charlottesville (9 sheets)n.d.
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    Hughes House, Charlottesville (9 sheets)n.d.
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    Jeffries-Bruce House, Scottsville (8 sheets)1990
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    Locust Grove, Greene County (8 sheets)1982
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    Locust Grove Kitchen, Charlottesville (6 sheets)1981
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    1901 E. Market Street (6 sheets)n.d.
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    Norris-Preston Cottage, Charlottesville (5 sheets)1982
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    Price-Poore House, Charlottesville (7 sheets)1993
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    Snow Hill, (Colonel Samuel Booth), Surry County (10 sheets)n.d.
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    Spring Grove, Westmoreland County (8 sheets)1983
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    104 Twelfth Street, Charlottesville (6 sheets)n.d.
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    Vowles Townhouses, Charlottesville (10 sheets)1983
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    Judge Watson House (8 sheets)1982
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    1213 West Main Street, Charlottesville (5 sheets)1983
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    John Winn House, Belmont, Charlottesville (12 sheets)1986
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    John Winn House, Belmont, Charlottesville (8 sheets)1986
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    Woodlawn, Essex County, details (2 sets)1976
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    Woodlawn, Essex County, section1976
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    Woodlawn, Essex County, northeast elevation1976
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    Woodlawn, Essex County, northwest elevation1976
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    Woodlawn, Essex County, southeast elevation1976
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    Woodlawn, Essex County, southwest elevation1976
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    Woodlawn, Essex County (12 sheets)1976
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    Other Buildings:19--
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    Albemarle County Courthouse, Charlottesville (6 sheets)n.d.
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    Canal Warehouse, Scottsville (9 sheets)n.d.
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    220 Court Square, Charlottesville (5 sheets)1982
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    Fork Union Depot, Fluvanna County (6 sheets)1978
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    Fry's Spring Filling Station, Charlottesville (4 sheets)1981
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    Inge's Store, Charlottesville (8 sheets)n.d.
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    Ionia Barn, Green Springs, Louisa County (6 sheets)n.d.
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    Old A. J. Long Mill, Greene County (5 sheets) (2 sets)n.d.
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    Montpelier Depot, Orange County (9 sheets)1977
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    Norris-McCue Building, Charlottesville (9 sheets)n.d.
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    Piedmont Log House, Orange County (3 sheets)n.d.
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    Pleasant Valley Depot, Rockingham County, principal elevation1986
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    Pleasant Valley Depot, Rockingham County, section and side elevation1986
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    Pleasant Valley Depot, Rockingham County (5 sheets)1986
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    Redwood Ordinary, Williamsburg, James City County (3 sheets)1981
Architectural Drawings, Historical American Buildings Survey
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    Pavilion III at the University of Virginia (3 sheets)n.d.
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    Pavilion VI at the University of Virginia (12 sheets)1990
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    Pavilion VII at the University of Virginia (5 sheets)1990
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    Pavilion IX at the University of Virginia (19 sheets)n.d.
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    Hotel "B" at the University of Virginia1961-1962
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    Albemarle County Court House1961-1963
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    Barboursville Ruins (6 sheets)1981
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    Edward Coles House, Greenfield, Nelson County (6 sheets)1983
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    Walter Coles House, (Old Woodville), Esmont (5 sheets)1983
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    Enniscorthy, Keene (5 sheets)1982
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    Redlands, Carter's Bridge (6 sheets)1982
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    Blenheim (2 sheets)19--
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    John A. G. Davis House, (The Farm), Charlottesville (9 sheets)19--
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    Market Hall, Charleston, South Carolina (1 sheet)19--
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    Noland-Haukenberry House, Independence, Missouri (1 sheet)19--
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    Prestwould Slave Quarters, Clarksville, Mecklenburg County (2 sheets)19--
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    Sands & Company Hotel Building, Monroe19--
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    George Wallace House, Independence, Missouri (1 sheet)19--
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    Old Woodville, Esmont19--
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    Tallwood, Green Mountain Road (5 sheets) (3 sets) and measured pencil drawings (4 sheets)1981
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    D. S. Tavern (5 sheets)n.d.
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    Gadsby's Tavern, Alexandria (36 sheets)1988-1992
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    Southern Railway Depots (22 sheets)n.d.
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    Masonic Temple, Altoona, Blair County, Pennsylvania (2 sheets)1989
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    Cambria Iron Company, Cambria County, Pennsylvania (30 sheets)1988
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    Mount Etna Iron Works, Blair County, Pennsylvania (24 sheets)1988
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    Various Styles of Buildings1991-1992
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    Site Plans and Plats of Charlottesville, University of Virginia, and othersn.d.
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    Maps and Plats of Virginia Countiesn.d.
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    U. S. Geological Survey Maps of Virginia Counties1967-1987
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    Albemarle County Jail #5 (11 sheets)1995
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    Gadsby's Tavern, Alexandrian.d.
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    Plat of Virginia Countiesn.d.