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Hill View Manor

Hill View Manor which has played many roles over its long history. Originally built in 1925, it started as a home for the poor, where those released from prison could learn a new skill and get back on their feet.
Hill View Manor which has played many roles over its long history. Originally built in 1925, it started as a home for the poor, where those released from prison could learn a new skill and get back on their feet.

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Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza

The Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza in Ohio was the first multi-use complex in the United States, making it significant and progressive. The Netherland Plaza was described as a
The Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza in Ohio was the first multi-use complex in the United States, making it significant and progressive. The Netherland Plaza was described as a "city within a city".

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Historic Anchorage Hotel

Situated in the heart of downtown Anchorage, the hotel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is the only historic hotel among Anchorage lodging properties.
Situated in the heart of downtown Anchorage, the hotel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is the only historic hotel among Anchorage lodging properties.

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Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel

The Roosevelt Hotel is a historic Spanish-style hotel located at 7000 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California. Named after Theodore Roosevelt and financed by a group including Douglas Fairbanks, Mary Pickford and Louis B. Mayer, it first
The Roosevelt Hotel is a historic Spanish-style hotel located at 7000 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California. Named after Theodore Roosevelt and financed by a group including Douglas Fairbanks, Mary Pickford and Louis B. Mayer, it ...

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Hollywood Sign

It's fitting that the Hollywood Sign, the worldwide symbol of the entertainment industry, was conceived as an outdoor ad campaign for a suburban housing development called Hollywoodland.
It's fitting that the Hollywood Sign, the worldwide symbol of the entertainment industry, was conceived as an outdoor ad campaign for a suburban housing development called Hollywoodland.

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Idaho State Penitentiary

This is the Idaho's old state prison. It opened in 1870 and was closed on December 3, 1973.
This is the Idaho's old state prison. It opened in 1870 and was closed on December 3, 1973.

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Illinois College

Illinois College was founded in 1829 by Reverend John M. Ellis, a Presbyterian minister who felt a - seminary of learning - was needed in the new frontier state of Illinois.
Illinois College was founded in 1829 by Reverend John M. Ellis, a Presbyterian minister who felt a - seminary of learning - was needed in the new frontier state of Illinois.

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Irma Hotel

Step back in time- into the old west of today, at the Irma Hotel, - a place that Buffalo Bill Cody called
Step back in time- into the old west of today, at the Irma Hotel, - a place that Buffalo Bill Cody called "a gem" just outside of Yellowstone National Park.

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James A. Garfield House

Garfield acquired the home in 1876 to accommodate his large family. The home, named Lawnfield by reporters, was the site of the first successful front porch campaign in 1880.
Garfield acquired the home in 1876 to accommodate his large family. The home, named Lawnfield by reporters, was the site of the first successful front porch campaign in 1880.

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Jenny Wade House

The Jennie Wade house, originally the McClellan home, lived through the Battle of Gettysburg and witnessed the tragic death of Gettysburg civilian Jennie Wade, as she was preparing bread for the Union soldiers.
The Jennie Wade house, originally the McClellan home, lived through the Battle of Gettysburg and witnessed the tragic death of Gettysburg civilian Jennie Wade, as she was preparing bread for the Union soldiers.

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Joseph Johnson House

The Castle was built for Dr. Joseph Fickling Johnson by J. S. Cooper, a local builder, according to an agreement signed December 5, 1859.
The Castle was built for Dr. Joseph Fickling Johnson by J. S. Cooper, a local builder, according to an agreement signed December 5, 1859.

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Jospeh P. Ladd Center

The Joseph P. Ladd Center is an abandoned mental institution on a 331 acre parcel. It was purportedly started as a school for misfits or mentally handicapped individuals in 1908.
The Joseph P. Ladd Center is an abandoned mental institution on a 331 acre parcel. It was purportedly started as a school for misfits or mentally handicapped individuals in 1908.

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Kent State Trumbull Campus

In 1954, Kent State University initiated a cadet program to help the community overcome a critical shortage of elementary teachers. Thus the Kent State Trumbull Campus was born.
In 1954, Kent State University initiated a cadet program to help the community overcome a critical shortage of elementary teachers. Thus the Kent State Trumbull Campus was born.

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Kenyon College

Kenyon is the oldest private college in Ohio and was founded in 1824. Originally, Kenyon College was an  all-male college whose main focus was to educate clergymen for frontier America. It  soon however, became highly regarded for it's education. In 1969,
Kenyon is the oldest private college in Ohio and was founded in 1824. Originally, Kenyon College was an all-male college whose main focus was to educate clergymen for frontier America. It soon however, became highly regarded for it's education. In ...

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LakeView Cemetery - Cleveland

Lakeview Cemetery, founded in 1869 by wealthy Clevelanders including Jeptha Wade, was modeled after Boston's Mount Auburn Cemetery as well as the historic cemeteries of France and England.
Lakeview Cemetery, founded in 1869 by wealthy Clevelanders including Jeptha Wade, was modeled after Boston's Mount Auburn Cemetery as well as the historic cemeteries of France and England.

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Landon House

The magnificent Landon House mansion in Urbana, Maryland is an incredible repository of American history. Built in 1754 along the Rappahannock River in Virginia, the Landon House served as a silk mill for 80 years before being dismantled and moved.
The magnificent Landon House mansion in Urbana, Maryland is an incredible repository of American history. Built in 1754 along the Rappahannock River in Virginia, the Landon House served as a silk mill for 80 years before being dismantled and moved.

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Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast

A bed and breakfast/museum located in Fall River, Massachusetts that is the location of the famous Borden murders.
A bed and breakfast/museum located in Fall River, Massachusetts that is the location of the famous Borden murders.

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Madison Seminary

In 1847 a small frame building opened in Madison Township, Lake County, OH that became known as the Madison Seminary. It provided high school and beyond education to people of Lake and surrounding counties.
In 1847 a small frame building opened in Madison Township, Lake County, OH that became known as the Madison Seminary. It provided high school and beyond education to people of Lake and surrounding counties.

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Millermore Mansion

Over the years, the Millermore Mansion began to crumble and was headed down the road of demolition by the city of Dallas. In 1968, a group of Dallas citizens called the Dallas County Heritage Society stepped in and saved the mansion and begin to have it renovated.
Over the years, the Millermore Mansion began to crumble and was headed down the road of demolition by the city of Dallas. In 1968, a group of Dallas citizens called the Dallas County Heritage Society stepped in and saved the mansion and begin to have...

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Moon River Brewing Company

Moon River Brewing Company is located in the former City Hotel. Elazer Early, a native of Charleston, S.C, built the City Hotel in 1821.
Moon River Brewing Company is located in the former City Hotel. Elazer Early, a native of Charleston, S.C, built the City Hotel in 1821.

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Moonville Railroad Tunnel

In 1856, the Marietta and Cincinnati Railroad (M and C) was pushing through southeastern Ohio to reach Cincinnati. William Cutler, the owner of the fledgling railroad, was having financial problems and was looking to streamline and conserve money while bu
In 1856, the Marietta and Cincinnati Railroad (M and C) was pushing through southeastern Ohio to reach Cincinnati. William Cutler, the owner of the fledgling railroad, was having financial problems and was looking to streamline and conserve money whi...

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