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Marble House, named for its 500,000 cubic feet of marble, is now a National Historic Landmark and continues to be a hallmark of wealth in America.

Newport, RI

Marble House Living up to its name, this Newport mansion used 500,000 cubic feet of marble in its construction by the Vanderbilts.

National Historic Landmark, Mark Twain House

Virginia City, Montana - population of 196, but a National Historic Landmark

Ida B. Wells-Barnett House is a Chicago Landmark and National Historic Landmark.

Pecos Pueblo, South of Pecos, New Mexico Photographer: Eric Vondy This is from a photo contest for National Historic Landmarks. The McDowell House is also a National Historic Landmark.

Rotch-Jones-Duff House New Bedford, Massachusetts. built 1834. now a museum. A National Historic Landmark.

Holidays at Highland Park Village, the first self-contained shopping center in America was declared a National Historic Landmark in 2000.

Zalmon Richards House The Zalmon Richards House at 1301 Corcoran Street, NW in the Logan Circle neighborhood of Washington, D.C. The house, once owned by the founder of the National Education Association, is a National Historic Landmark.

Armour-Stiner House, National Historic Landmark, Irvington New York

James J. Hill House - National Historic Landmark. St. Paul, MN.

The Story of a House: Second Presbyterian Church Designated a National Historic Landmark

Scott Joplin Residence - National Historic Landmark

The Armour-Stiner House aka The Octagon House is located in Irvington, NY and became a National Historical Landmark in 1976.

The Florence Griswold House is a National Historic Landmark. Florence Griswold House, 96 Lyme Street, Old Lyme CT, "Home of American Impressionism." as home of the Lyme Art Colony during the early decades of the 20th century

Marble House | Staircase at Alva Vanderbilt Belmont's "Cottage," Newport, RI. Now a National Historic Landmark.

The beer can house in Houston is now looked at as an artistic and historical landmark

The Beauregard-Keyes House, at 1113 Chartres Street in the French Quarter, looks like it doesn’t quite fit with the surrounding buildings on the same block. It has a rich and well-documented New Orleans history that is open for us all to explore, adding to the many historical landmarks of the famed New Orleans neighborhood, which in itself is a National Historic Landmark.

Marble Cathedral, Patagonia, Chile

Dr Seuss House. Image by -bossco: So named by local residents, the house which has about 12 stories is located in Willow, Alaska. http://yellowcatart.blogspot.com/2010/09/dr-seuss-house.html #Architecture #Dr_Seuss_House #Alaska