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    The E. A. Durham House, also known as the Durham-Peters House, is an Italian renaissance styled house constructed for Mr. and Mrs. E.A. Durham by Wheeling architect Edward Franzheim in 1921. The inte... Learn More
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    The courthouse is one of the last buildings constructed in the Judiciary Square and Municipal Center complex, an important civic enclave since the 1820s. It constitutes an almost entirely unaltered ex... Learn More
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    The E. Claiborne Robins School of Business is often one of the first buildings seen upon entering campus at the University of Richmond. The building, constructed of red brick and limestone, has been t... Learn More
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    The E. J. O'Donnell residence embodies the distinctive Arts and Crafts characteristics and high artistic values of Richard Sundeleaf, a distinguished architect of 1930s to 1940s Oregon. The building... Learn More
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    E.B. Hamrick Hall is currently located on the campus of Gardner-Webb University in Boiling Springs, North Carolina. Hamrick Hall as it is commonly known, was first built in 1925 and underwent renovat... Learn More
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    The E.B. Hawkins home in Fayetteville, West Virginia was established in 1905 and includes large porches, gambrel roofs, extensive shingle-work, and grand interior stairway added in 1925. Among the int... Learn More
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    The E.E. Hutton House is located in Huttonsville, WV with a view of the Tygart Valley. The Hutton House, also known as Place Called Hutton, played a prominent role in the history of the valley and the... Learn More
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    The Enoch J. Fargo home was originally built as a square brick house in 1881 by William R. Harvey a general store owner and commission merchant. After selling the home to blacksmith, E. N. Harvey in 1... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    The EAA AirVenture Museum is an aviation history museum in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. What began in a basement in the Milwaukee suburb of Franklin in the early 1950s has grown to what it is today: not only a... Learn More
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    The Eads Bridge in St. Louis Missouri stretches over the Mississippi River into Illinois. The bridge connects St. Louis, Missouri and East St. Louis, Illinois. The designer and builder of the bridge,... Learn More
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    Evansville's public library, constructed in 1908, is a great example of the Prairie Style of architecture. Learn More
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    Eagle Bay Village DRAFT - Submitted for Review
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    Previous known as the Eagle Bay Hotel, this site is the place of historic events that relate to the history of the town and the Fulton Chain of Lakes. The Eagle Bay Village has now taken the place of... Learn More
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    The Eagle Cotton Mill was built by Robert H. Rankin and James White in 1884, the company was the maker of sheeting and seamless bags and it employed over 400 employees during that time. It was used du... Learn More
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    The Eagle Gate monument is a historical monument (more in the form of an arch than a gate) seventy-six feet across, situated at the intersection of State Street at South Temple, adjacent to Temple Squ... Learn More
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    The Eagle Hotel, also called the Stone Hotel, is a former hotel built in 1826 in Waterford, Erie County Pennsylvania. It was documented by the Historic American Buildings Survey in 1933 and was listed... Learn More
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    Eagle River Stadium is a historic indoor hockey stadium in Eagle River, Wisconsin; the building also houses the Wisconsin Hockey Hall of Fame. It was built in 1933 and was the first indoor hockey stad... Learn More
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    One of Kansas City's most famous fountains, the Eagle Scout Memorial Fountain was dedicated in 1968. A 22-foot marble memorial with the image of the Eagle Scout badge overlooks the fountain, which was... Learn More
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    The Eagle Tavern is of Federal influence and was constructed circa 1809. It was operated as a tavern from 1820-1829 by Nathaniel Gates. The Holzer family restored the structure during the 1930's. I... Learn More
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    The Eagle Theatre was the first permanent theater built in the state of California, constructed in 1849 in the midst of the Gold Rush. The enterprise was short-lived, lasting only a few months before... Learn More
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    Originally the site of the Brooklyn's Eagle newspaper's offices the Eagle Warehouse is a historic building located near the Brooklyn Bridge. It was built in 1894 and designed by Frank Freeman, who has... Learn More
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    Located very near the west entrance to Yellowstone National Park, Eagle's Store is a three-story log building and the oldest operating store in West Yellowstone. Built between 1927 and 1930, it was de... Learn More
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    The Eagles Auditorium was built by the Fraternal Order of Eagles in 1924. Inspired by the Progressive Movement, the organization was established by area business leaders who helped to support a variet... Learn More
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    This Renaissance Revival building with its terra cotta, symmetrical façade and its three Roman arches supported by Corinthian pilasters was the hub for downtown Lorain for most of its long life. The F... Learn More
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    This three-story building was designed by William H. Wheeler and John Selmar Siebert in 1917 to house the San Diego Eagles Aerie, No. 244, a fraternal order offering humanitarian aid. Wheeler and Sieb... Learn More
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    Surrounding the 250-acre Eagles Mere Lake, the Eagles Mere Historic District is comprised of 234 contributing buildings, most of which are turn-of-the-20th-century cottages. Referred to as “the town... Learn More
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    Eaker Air Force Base is located in the city of Blytheville, Mississippi County, Arkansas. The base was named after WWII Lieutenant General Ira C. Eaker. Formally known as Blytheville Air Force Base fr... Learn More
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    The Eaker Site, located on the Eaker Air Force Base, is an archaeological site thought to be related to the Quapaw tribe. The land which it rests on was obtained by the US Air Force in 1942, but the s... Learn More
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    Eakins Oval is a traffic circle in Philadelphia. It forms the northwest end of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway just in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, with a central array of fountains and monu... Learn More
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    The Eames House is a modern post-World War II home located in Pacific Palisades, California. It was designed and built in 1949 by husband and wife Charles (1907–1978) and Ray (1912–1988) Eames. The ho... Learn More
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    The Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden is located at California State University, Long Beach. Construction of the garden began in 1980 was finished in the Spring of the following year. Its purpose is... Learn More
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    The Earl M. Johnson Memorial Park in Jacksonville was established in 1990, in remembrance of the first African-American member of the Jacksonville Bar Association. Earl M. Johnson was also involved in... Learn More
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    Earl Warren, who would later become Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, lived in the home at 88 Vernon Street from 1934 to 1943. Currently, the building is home to Clausen House, which provides servic... Learn More
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    The Earle-Napier-Kinnard House offers visitors and residents a way to experience and learn about the the early history of Waco. The home was built just prior to the Civil War, a time when Waco Village... Learn More
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    Located in Earlville Historic District, which is the City of Chenango County, New York, Earlville Opera House is non-profit organization which has been operated as a volunteer-based. Earlville Opera H... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    The Early Television Museum in Hilliard, Ohio is dedicated to the history of and preservation of television technology from the 1920s to the 1950s. It was founded in 2000 by former cable businessman S... Learn More
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    This Earthquake Refugee Shack was part of the rehousing program funded by the Relief Organization after the devastation of earthquakes and fires in San Francisco. Today this structure is a private res... Learn More
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    The Earvin "Magic" Johnson Statue resides outside of the Breslin Student Events Center at Michigan State University. Dedicated on November 1, 2003, this impressive statue is in honor of one of Michiga... Learn More
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    East Beach Station, now the Maritime Center museum operated by the Coastal Georgia Historical Society, was one of 45 Coast Guard stations built in the mid 1930s by the Works Progress Administration. I... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    The East Benton County Historical Society & Museum was founded in 1982 and is considered "the best small museum building in" Washington. It features exhibits that explore the area's Native American hi... Learn More
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    This memorial commemorates those soldiers, sailors, marines, coast guardsmen, merchant marines, and airmen who met their deaths in the service of their country in the western waters of the Atlantic... Learn More
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    The East End Temple is housed in a four-story French Renaissance townhouse designed in 1883 by Beaux-Arts architect Richard Morris Hunt in 1883, as a residence for prominent New York lawyer Sidney Web... Learn More
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    East Hall on the campus of West Virginia State University in Institute, West Virginia, is the oldest building on campus. Built in 1893, East Hall served as the president's home until 1973. Learn More
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    East High School, part of Denver Public Schools, stands out both for its dramatic architecture and for its long and diverse roll of distinguished former students. Built in 1924 to replace the former E... Learn More
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    East Lynn Lake began as a flood control project in 1938 in response to the historical Flood of 1937. However, construction did not begin until 1969/70. Today, East Lynn Lake not only helps with managi... Learn More
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    This small building was home to the congregation of East Money Church of God in Christ, an African American church that was pastored by Mose Wright, the great uncle of Emmett Till, a fourteen-year-old... Learn More
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    One of three Andrew Carnegie-funded libraries in St. Paul, the former Arlington Hills Library, was built in 1917. It was designed in the Beaux Arts style and features classical columns and arches on t... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    The East Tennessee Historical Society is one of the most active historical organizations in the state and offer archives, public lectures, and museum exhibits for the general public. Displays include... Learn More
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    The 1909 East Des Moines Union Depot served passengers on the east side of Des Moines. Located in the Market District south of the Historic East Village, in the 1920s it was converted to a storage fac... Learn More
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    This living history museum seeks to present and interpret the experience of frontier life in eastern Carolina. The five-acre complex includes log homes and a church, a small museum, and a variety of r... Learn More
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    The Eastern Cemetery of Portland, Maine is the city’s oldest significant cemetery. With nearly 5000 marked graves dating back as early as 1718, interred in the Eastern Cemetery are some of the most i... Learn More

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