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The Lady Pepperell House, Kittery Point, Maine, built in 1743, features a central pavilion with a triangular pediment, dentils, and Ionic pilasters, and a doorway embellished with consoles supporting a horizontal pediment.

Part of me thinks that Allan Greenberg is creating architecture for an extremely conservative capitalism, not really for democracy, despite its blatant neo-classicism.

America's 20 Best Small Towns for Christmas  - CountryLiving.com

23 of the Most Charming Christmas Towns in America

It sounds like it could only happen on Christmas cards: a parade of horses and buggies circling a snowy village green. But Woodstock Wassail Weekend is an annual event in picturesque Woodstock, Vermont. Carolers serenade townsfolk and everyone gathers for

Lord Pepperell House,Kittery,Maine, 1733

Lord Pepperell House,Kittery,Maine, 1733

Historical Southern Antebellum Plantations

This site list information about many southern plantations in Mississippi and Louisiana.

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love the trellis on the cottage w/ the climbing roses. oh and the moss on the roof.

One of the things Tom and I love doing is taking road trips. And what a road trip we just took! We drove all the way from DC to Maine and ba...

One of the things Tom and I love doing is taking road trips. And what a road trip we just took! We drove all the way from DC to Maine and ba.

"The Olde Pink House Restaurant & Tavern -- 23 Abercorn Street Reynolds Square, Savannah, Georgia"  |It was so named for the beautiful shade of "pink" stucco, which covers its old brick. This Georgian mansion was built in 1789 for James Habersham Jr., one of Savannah's most important early cotton factors and founding-family members. The lot was originally a land grant from the British Crown.|~|Photograph by Ron Cogswell - July 16 2012 - North Historic District, Savannah, Georgia…

"The Olde Pink House Restaurant & Tavern -- 23 Abercorn Street Reynolds Square, Savannah, Georgia" |It was so named for the beautiful shade of "pink" stucco, which covers its old brick. This Georgian mansion was built in 1789 for James Habersham Jr., one of Savannah's most important early cotton factors and founding-family members. The lot was originally a land grant from the British Crown.|~|Photograph by Ron Cogswell - July 16 2012 - North Historic District, Savannah, Georgia…

Linden in Natchez, MS; the front door of Tara in Gone with the Wind was modeled after this

Linden in Natchez, MS; the front door of Tara in Gone with the Wind was modeled after this

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