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Texas School Book Depository

The Texas School Book Depository (now the Dallas County Administration Building) is the former name of a seven-floor building facing Dealey Plaza in Dallas, Texas (U.S.). Located on the northwest corner of Elm and North Houston Streets.
The Texas School Book Depository (now the Dallas County Administration Building) is the former name of a seven-floor building facing Dealey Plaza in Dallas, Texas (U.S.). Located on the northwest corner of Elm and North Houston Streets.

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The Alamo

The viceroy of Mexico authorized a mission in 1716, but it was not until 1744 that the first stones of the present Alamo were laid.
The viceroy of Mexico authorized a mission in 1716, but it was not until 1744 that the first stones of the present Alamo were laid.

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The Bissman Building

The structure was built in 1886 where Peter Bissman's expanded wholesale grocery still stands today, but not in operation.
The structure was built in 1886 where Peter Bissman's expanded wholesale grocery still stands today, but not in operation.

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The Blue Pelican Inn

The Blue Pelican Inn has been known by many names. It was built in 1924 by Art Carpenter, Joe Blakely and Jack Garrison, all local stonemasons.
The Blue Pelican Inn has been known by many names. It was built in 1924 by Art Carpenter, Joe Blakely and Jack Garrison, all local stonemasons.

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The Cavalier Hotel

Located in Virginia Beach, The Cavalier Hotel was opened in 1927. Visitors include former presidents Dwight D. Eisenhower and Richard Nixon.
Located in Virginia Beach, The Cavalier Hotel was opened in 1927. Visitors include former presidents Dwight D. Eisenhower and Richard Nixon.

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The Congress Theater

The Congress Theater was designed in 1925 for Lubliner and Trinz, who operated one of Chicago's largest movie theater chains during the 1920's.
The Congress Theater was designed in 1925 for Lubliner and Trinz, who operated one of Chicago's largest movie theater chains during the 1920's.

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The Dobbin House

Four Score and Seven years before the Civil War Battle of Gettysburg, (1776),  Reverend Alexander Dobbin built a house to begin a new life in America for himself and 
his family.
Four Score and Seven years before the Civil War Battle of Gettysburg, (1776), Reverend Alexander Dobbin built a house to begin a new life in America for himself and his family.

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The Grove Theater

Albert Vanwagoner, with his brothers, built this silent movie theatre, the Alhambra. They Razed their sister's Culmer Hotel at the back of the property.
Albert Vanwagoner, with his brothers, built this silent movie theatre, the Alhambra. They Razed their sister's Culmer Hotel at the back of the property.

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The Jerome Grand Hotel

This Spanish Mission style building, constructed in 1926, started out as the United Verde Hospital, opening January, 1927.
This Spanish Mission style building, constructed in 1926, started out as the United Verde Hospital, opening January, 1927.

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The Mount

Wharton designed and built The Mount in 1902, based on the principles outlined in her influential book, The Decoration of Houses (1897), co-authored with architect Ogden Codman, Jr.
Wharton designed and built The Mount in 1902, based on the principles outlined in her influential book, The Decoration of Houses (1897), co-authored with architect Ogden Codman, Jr.

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The Old Mill

Historic re-creation of an 1880's water-powered grist mill. It is in the opening scenes of the classic movie Gone With The Wind. It features sculptures by Senor Dionicio Rodriguez. Located at Fairway Ave. and Lakeshore Drive.
Historic re-creation of an 1880's water-powered grist mill. It is in the opening scenes of the classic movie Gone With The Wind. It features sculptures by Senor Dionicio Rodriguez. Located at Fairway Ave. and Lakeshore Drive.

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The Orpheum Theatre

The 688 seat Orpheum Theater that was built in 1913.
The 688 seat Orpheum Theater that was built in 1913.

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The Queen Mary

The Queen Mary's story is rich with history, elegance and grandeur. From the time her construction began in 1930 in Clydebank, Scotland, she was destined to stand in a class all her own.
The Queen Mary's story is rich with history, elegance and grandeur. From the time her construction began in 1930 in Clydebank, Scotland, she was destined to stand in a class all her own.

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The Red Lion Pub

The building that now contains Chicago's Red Lion Pub was built in 1882, a few years after the Great Fire. At that time, the building was on the northern outskirts of the city, surrounded by farms and countryside.
The building that now contains Chicago's Red Lion Pub was built in 1882, a few years after the Great Fire. At that time, the building was on the northern outskirts of the city, surrounded by farms and countryside.

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The Rogers House

A private residence built circa. 1884-1910 for a local area judge.
A private residence built circa. 1884-1910 for a local area judge.

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The Spalding Inn

Kris & Jason Hawes and Reanna & Grant Wilson invite you to enjoy the Spalding Inn. Located in the heart of the White Mountains in scenic Whitefield, New Hampshire, it is one of New England's most charming inns.
Kris & Jason Hawes and Reanna & Grant Wilson invite you to enjoy the Spalding Inn. Located in the heart of the White Mountains in scenic Whitefield, New Hampshire, it is one of New England's most charming inns.

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The Stanley Hotel

The Stanley Hotel is a 138-room Georgian hotel in Estes Park, Colorado. Located within sight of the Rocky Mountain National Park, the Stanley offers panoramic views of the Rockies.
The Stanley Hotel is a 138-room Georgian hotel in Estes Park, Colorado. Located within sight of the Rocky Mountain National Park, the Stanley offers panoramic views of the Rockies.

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The White House

The presidential mansion was designed by James Hoban and personally approved by George Washington. The mansion would be situated on the angled Pennsylvania Avenue at the 1600 block, down the street from the Capitol building.
The presidential mansion was designed by James Hoban and personally approved by George Washington. The mansion would be situated on the angled Pennsylvania Avenue at the 1600 block, down the street from the Capitol building.

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The Winchester Mystery House

 In 1881, Sarah Winchester, the widow of famous gun maker Oliver Winchester, became convinced that she needed protection from the evil spirits of all the people killed by Winchester rifles.
In 1881, Sarah Winchester, the widow of famous gun maker Oliver Winchester, became convinced that she needed protection from the evil spirits of all the people killed by Winchester rifles.

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The Youngstown Playhouse

The Youngstown Playhouse traces its origins to February 16, 1927, when several local drama organizations formed a single organization called the Youngstown Players.
The Youngstown Playhouse traces its origins to February 16, 1927, when several local drama organizations formed a single organization called the Youngstown Players.

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Thomas Gilcrease Museum

Gilcrease Museum was founded in 1949 as a private museum by Tulsa oilman Thomas Gilcrease (1890-1962), who amassed the nation's most comprehensive collection of art of the American West, as well as major collections of historical documents and artifacts.
Gilcrease Museum was founded in 1949 as a private museum by Tulsa oilman Thomas Gilcrease (1890-1962), who amassed the nation's most comprehensive collection of art of the American West, as well as major collections of historical documents and artifa...

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