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James L. Fleming House (Greenville, Pitt County) George F. Barber, architect; Barber and Kluttz, architects; C. B. West, builder Dates:	1902 Location:	Greenville, Pitt County Street Address: 302 S. Greene St., Greenville, NC

James L. Fleming House (Greenville, Pitt County) George F. Barber, architect; Barber and Kluttz, architects; C. B. West, builder Dates: 1902 Location: Greenville, Pitt County Street Address: 302 S. Greene St., Greenville, NC

Another beautiful house on County Street in New Bedford, MA.

Another beautiful house on County Street in New Bedford, MA.

Queen Anne cottage (Los Angeles County Arboretum)

Queen Anne cottage (Los Angeles County Arboretum)

White County, IL  Queen Anne with Italianate touches by Black.Doll, via Flickr

White County, IL Queen Anne with Italianate touches by Black.Doll, via Flickr

Pillow-Thompson House 718 Perry Street Helena, AR Built in 1896 for Jerome Bonaparte Pillow from plans by George F. Barber.

Pillow-Thompson House 718 Perry Street Helena, AR Built in 1896 for Jerome Bonaparte Pillow from plans by George F. Barber.

Example of George Barber Design No. 27 3904 Floral Avenue Cincinnati, OH

Example of George Barber Design No. 27 3904 Floral Avenue Cincinnati, OH

Example of George Barber Design No. 27 3904 Floral Avenue Cincinnati, OH 45212

Example of George Barber Design No. 27 3904 Floral Avenue Cincinnati, OH 45212

Simeon Farwell House The Simeon Farwell House, part of the Evanston IL Lakeshore Historic District (1890). The 1890 Queen Anne was designed by John M. Van Osdel. Farwell was born in Campbelltown, NY in 1831, a descendent of Henry Farwell, a founder of Concord, MA. He moved with his family to Ogle County in 1838; his father was one of the first settlers in the county. Farwell attended school at Mt. Morris Seminary and moved to Chicago in 1849.

Simeon Farwell House The Simeon Farwell House, part of the Evanston IL Lakeshore Historic District (1890). The 1890 Queen Anne was designed by John M. Van Osdel. Farwell was born in Campbelltown, NY in 1831, a descendent of Henry Farwell, a founder of Concord, MA. He moved with his family to Ogle County in 1838; his father was one of the first settlers in the county. Farwell attended school at Mt. Morris Seminary and moved to Chicago in 1849.

Victorian - Carroll Street, Los Angeles, CA

Victorian - Carroll Street, Los Angeles, CA

Two Meeting Street Inn    Charleston, South Carolina

Two Meeting Street Inn Charleston, South Carolina

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