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Topic: exterior

1819
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1995
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Mansion House. Druid Hill Park.
Exterior view of an old church.
J. Carter Brown's (Providence) Villa.
East view of Mount Vernon mansion.
The Adams mansion, Quincy, Mass.
Exterior, Mission San Jose de Aguayo.
View of the mansion.
Knox Mansion, Thomaston, Me.
The Litchfield mansion.
Exterior of the Fort.
President's Mansion.
Jeff Davis' mansion.
Nathan Mathew's (Boston) Villa.
Presidential Mansion, South Front.
Exterior of rustic arbor.
Mansion House in Milford.
The "Knox Mansion,"  Thomaston.
Residence of Loring Andrews, Esq.
Exterior, Mission San Jose de Aguayo.
Jeff Davis' mansion.
[Exterior view of an old church.]
[Mansion House. Druid Hill Park.]
The Litchfield mansion.
Presidential Mansion, South Front.
[View of the mansion.]
[Mansion House in Milford.]
J. Carter Brown's (Providence) Villa.
Nathan Mathew's (Boston) Villa.
Knox Mansion, Thomaston, Me.
Exterior of rustic arbor.
[Front of the Mansion and lawn.]
Exterior of the Fort.
President's Mansion.
Exterior of the Fort.
Residence of Loring Andrews, Esq.
East view of Mount Vernon mansion.
Exterior of rustic arbor.
Exterior, Mission San Jose de Aguayo.
Executive Mansion Front View.
The Adams mansion, Quincy, Mass.
[Exterior view of an old church.]
The "Knox Mansion,"  Thomaston.
Mr. Hecksher's, Orange, N.J.
[View of a Villa.]
[View of a home in Orange, N.J.]
Mr. Hecksher's, Orange, N.J.
View of a home in Orange, N.J.
The Presidential Mansion, North Front.
The Stewart Mansion, N.Y.
The Stewart Mansion, N.Y.
Residence of Mr. Henry Shaw.
[View of a mansion.]
Residence of Mr. Henry Shaw.
Residence of Mr. Henry Shaw.
Residence of Mr. Henry Shaw.

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