Riverview - Historic Houses

Historic Houses

  • Riverview at Hobson Grove, a mid-19th century historic house museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky, United States

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Standlake - Historic Houses
... Gaunt House, a moated house 0.5 miles (800 m) east of Standlake Village across the River Windrush, existed by the latter part of the 15th century ... After Samuel Fell's death in 1649 Gaunt House passed first to his widow Margaret and then to his son John Fell, who was Bishop of Oxford from 1676 ... On his death in 1686 John Fell left Gaunt House to Christ Church, Oxford to provide an income to pay bursaries for poor students ...
Lautertal, Hesse - Culture and Sightseeing - Historic Houses
... These are Elmshausen, Reichenbach and Gadernheim, whose old town hall now houses the local history museum ...
Lammas, Norfolk - Historic Houses
... The Manor House was built in several sections over the centuries ... After their departure, the house was subdivided into five homes, chiefly for workers at Lammas Hall ...
Bellevue, Iowa - Arts and Culture - Historic Sites
... George Dyas House 1850-1860 23852 362nd Avenue, Bellevue The George Dyas House is the westernmost of a group of houses and agricultural buildings know as the Dyas ... Potter's Mill is currently named on the National Register of Historic Places ... Nominated to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980, Potter's Mill has been restored ...
Excelsior Springs, Missouri - History
... as a fourth class city, bringing several hotels, boarding houses, churches, schools, an opera house, livery stables, and stores ... The historic Elms Hotel's foundation was soon poured ... Excelsior Hotel and the Elms Hotel, leaving only boarding houses to take in visitors ...

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