Browsing by Subject "Brick dwelling"

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  • Center for Historic Architecture and Design (1984)
  • Herman, Bernard L.; Macintire, William (1984)
  • Belleview 
    Jicha, III., Hubert F.; Bensinger, Trish (1984)
  • McCarthy, Deidre C.; Siders, Rebecca J.; Herman, Bernard L.; Darsie, Julie C.; Melson, Dawn E.; Nelson, Louis P. (Center for Historic Architecture and Engineering, 1996)
    Buttonwood is a significant example of the type of rural dwelling associated with residents of the town of New Castle who owned both urban and rural residences. Buttonwood also exhibits a unique floor plan with two sets ...
  • Herman, Bernard L.; Ames, David L. (1980)
    The Captain Thomas Mendenhall House was erected in the last decade of the eighteenth century on the northwest corner of Front and Walnut Streets, facing what was then Wilmington's commercial waterfront along the Christina River.
  • Bensinger, Trish (1984)
  • Catts, Wade (1984)
  • Herman, Bernard L.; Lanier, Gabrielle M.; Siders (Sheppard), Rebecca J.; Van Balgooy, Max (Center for Historic Architecture and Engineering, 1989-12)
  • Jicha, III., Hubert F.; Bensinger, Trish (1984)
  • Gibraltar 
    Hamilton, Jeffrey; Siders (Sheppard), Rebecca J.; Dobbs, Kelli W.; Richards, Amy (1999)
    This architectural description of Gibraltar at 250 Pennsylvania Avenue, Wilmington, Delaware comprises a study of the four principle, non-service spaces of the first floor: the dining room, stair hall and hall, living ...
  • Bensinger, Trish; Jicha, III., Hubert F. (1984)
  • Bensinger, Trish; Jicha, III., Hubert F. (1984)
  • Center for Historic Architecture and Design (2010-03-21)
  • Rosedale 
    Archibald, Lauren (1984)
  • Herman, Bernard L.; Ames, David L.; Lanier, Gabrielle M.; Van Dolsen, Nancy (1991)
  • van den Hurk, Jeroen; Sheppard, Rebecca J.; Dobbs, Kelli W.; Adams, Cynthia; Cathey, Jennifer A.; Derry, Diane; Herman, Bernard L.; Klee, Jeff; Knock, Patricia (1999)
    Between September 1998 and June 1999, CHAD students and staff documented eight properties located throughout the state, including a kitchen/slave quarter, a nineteenth century urban commercial block, several farm dwellings, ...
  • Paulus, Emily; Sheppard, Rebecca J.; Dobbs, Kelli W.; Maclean, Sharon; Cathey, Jennifer A.; Puleo, Kevin; Killinger, Sarah; Breithaupt, Lindsey; Richards, Amy; Brossman, Romy; Everett, Jeffrey; Kershaw, Christie; Johnson, Amy (1999-11)
    The Charles I. du Pont Tenant Farm House stands today as an example of a finely detailed, mid-to-late eighteenth century rural dwelling. Although architectural evidence suggests that a member of Kent County's rural elite ...
  • Paulus, Emily; Sheppard, Rebecca J.; Dobbs, Kelli W.; Maclean, Sharon; Cathey, Jennifer A.; Puleo, Kevin; Killinger, Sarah; Breithaupt, Lindsey; Richards, Amy; Brossman, Romy; Everett, Jeffrey; Kershaw, Christie; Johnson, Amy (2000-02)
    The Jehu M. Reed House is significant on several accounts. 1 For more than 200 years, from 1685 through 1912, the property maintained an association with the Reed family, a well-known and prominent Central Delaware family. ...
  • Paulus, Emily; Sheppard, Rebecca J.; Dobbs, Kelli W.; Maclean, Sharon; Cathey, Jennifer A.; Puleo, Kevin; Killinger, Sarah; Breithaupt, Lindsey; Richards, Amy; Brossman, Romy; Everett, Jeffrey; Kershaw, Christie; Johnson, Amy (1999-11)
    Constructed in the mid nineteenth-century the Mansion Farm Tenement was a rare survivor of an unusual building type, the double agricultural tenement.
  • Herman, Bernard L.; Lanier, Gabrielle M.; Cesna, Valerie; Center for Historic Architecture and Engineering (1990-08)
    The Crossan House is an important example of the domestic architecture built by New Castle County's rural elite population of the late 18th and early 19th centuries. It is significant because it retains nearly all of its ...

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