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Alfred Uihlein House, Milwaukee Wisconsin Built: 1887 Status: Demolished Demolished: 1970 Architect: Henry C. Koch and Co.

Grayville Mansion Southern IL The Victorian romance of The Founders Mansion Inn Bed & Breakfast reflects the lives and times of Grayvilles founding family, The Grays. The Mansion, completed in December of 1895, was designed in the classic Queen Anne style by George F. Barber, a well-known architect of the era and was moved into in 1896, by the heirs of WW Gray.

the Gaar Mansion, home of the founders of Gaar-Scott and Company, the leading manufacturer of threshing machines and steam engines from 1842 to 1911. Spring Grove, IN, US.

Pabst Mansion during the holidays

Tour the Cook Rutledge Mansion...Experience the Grand Life-Style of the Lumber Era with a Guided Tour of the Mansion This 1887 restored and furnished lumber baron's home is truly unique. The Cook-Rutledge Mansion is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is one of the finest remaining examples of High Victorian Italianate architecture in Wisconsin.

The Woodshed, a stick style mansion located in Sea Cliff NY on Long Islands North Shore. This grand mansion was built in 1872. The Stick Style utilizes decorative trimboards or Sticks to symbolize and emphasize the timber construction used in the framing process.

Inside of the Spaulding Mansion in Black River Falls, Wisconsin.

The Moss Mansion in Billings, Montana. I used to pass this home everyday on my way home from school. I LOVE IT!~

Deco Inspired original tile - Pabst Mansion - Milwaukee Wisconsin

Victorian mansion which incorporates French Second Empire roof forms. Completed in 1891, it was built for John Wagner, a partner of Cobb & Co, and designed by architect Charles D'Ebro. The house took its name from the birthplace of Wagner's wife, in Stonington, Connecticut. it has served a number of uses over the years, including acting as the residence of the Governor of Victoria from 1901-1931.