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    While 919 Felder Avenue is not the location of Jay Gatsby's sprawling and illustrious mansion, it does boast a charming little Georgian home - built in 1910 - where the creative mind behind 'The Great... Learn More
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    Though acclaimed author F. Scott Fitzgerald is most associated with St. Paul, Minnesota, where he spent most of his early life, and Manhattan, where much of fiction took place, the writer lived for a... Learn More
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    The F. Scott Fitzgerald House, also known as Summit Terrace, is part of a row house designed by William H. Wilcox and Clarence H. Johnson Sr. A National Historic Landmark, the F. Scott Fitzgerald Hou... Learn More
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    Artist Michael Price created the F. Scott Fitzgerald statue in 1996 to honor the famous American author on the centennial of his birthday. Constructed of bronze, “warm Brown patina,” and sitting on a... Learn More
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    F. Scott Fitzgerald, the author of The Great Gatsby, lived at the house indicated by this marker for a period of time. While living here, he published Tender is the Night (1934), Taps at Reveille (193... Learn More
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    F.J. Berlenbach Jr. was an architect and son of Franz Joseph Berlenbach, a carpenter and builder from Germany who came to New York in 1863. The father and son worked together to design and build this... Learn More
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    The F.M Martin Grain & Milling Company was founded in August 1907. The wooden structure was east of the current building, about where the last set of silos are today. The original wooden mill structur... Learn More
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    This memorial was dedicated on November 8th, 2008 by sculptor Mark Greenaway in Atascadero, California and was named "Faces of Freedom." The Memorial honors veterans of historic conflicts as well as... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    Fagen Fighters WWII Museum, located on the Granite Falls Airport, is dedicated to the men and women who served overseas and the homefront. Numerous vehicles, aircraft, memorabilia and artwork are on d... Learn More
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    Currently known as the 620 Building, the 12-story building emerged during Portland's rapid expansion following the success of the 1905 Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition. Originally erected as a si... Learn More
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    Fair Oaks is a historic farmstead home near the village of Aldie in Loudoun County, Virginia. Built in 1881 by Alexander Moore, the home and the Aldie Mill were operated by the Moore family for decade... Learn More
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    Designated a National Historic Landmark and placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986, the 277 acre Fair Park is a truly unique place in the country. It features the world's largest c... Learn More
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    The Fairbanks Flats is a former segregated community housing built during World War I. African American men and their families moved from the South to fill the void left by white men who had left for... Learn More
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    Continuously owned by a single family since its construction in the late 1630s, this is probably the oldest timber-frame house in North America. It is now operated by Fairbanks Family in America, Inc.... Learn More
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    Fairbanks, Morse & Company manufactured scales throughout much of the 19th century, but after the Civil war, the company built engines and did so through the mid 20th century, which is what gave the c... Learn More
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    This Italianate mansion was constructed by David Yager in 1867, then renovated by George Winthrop Fairchild in 1891 to be Queen Anne style. Fairchild served as a US congressman and as a chairman of th... Learn More
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    The Fairfax County Historic Courthouse is one of the oldest buildings in Fairfax. Since it was constructed in 1799 to serve as the government seat of Fairfax County, this courthouse has been the focal... Learn More
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    The Fairfax Museum and Visitor Center provides general information about the city of Fairfax, in addition to a comprehensive history of the area. Located in a two-story schoolhouse built in 1873, the... Learn More
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    As part of the US military's plan to defend Washington D.C from a possible attack, the federal government funded the creation of a ring of Nike anti-aircraft missile sites around the perimeter of the... Learn More
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    The Fairfax Station Railroad Museum, located in Fairfax Station, VA, explores the role that the railroad played in the development of northern Virginia. The station was frequently used throughout the... Learn More
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    Sitting at the source of the North Branch of the Potomac River, where three counties converge upon the southern tip of Maryland, the Fairfax Stone comes as near as anything to being a cornerstone of t... Learn More
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    The Fairfax-Moore House is a historic home located in Alexandria, Virginia. Built in the late 18th century, it is unknown whether it was built by George William Fairfax or John Harper, as no specific... Learn More
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    Wallace Hall is currently owned by Salve Regina University and is used as a residence hall. It was built in 1875 and used as the carriage house and stables for a Guilded Age mansion, Fairholme Estate.... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    The Fairhope Museum of History is a local history museum featuring exhibits depicting the town and region's long history, from the Native Americans to the present day. These exhibits include the found... Learn More
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    This cemetery wasn't supposed to be a burial ground, yet 11,000 people have found their final resting place here in the Fairmont Downtown Historical District. An abbey, a chapel, and crypts rest on th... Learn More
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    Fairlawn fits perfectly into the Gilded Age aesthetic of Newport. Like many other of the picturesque mansions that adorn the northeastern coast, the Estate provides a history that reflects the modern... Learn More
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    Just nearing completion at the time of the 1906 earthquake, the Fairmont Hotel has been a San Francisco institution for over a century. The hotel is also on the National Register of Historic Places. Learn More
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    The glamour, optimism, and excess of the Roaring Twenties were on full display as over two thousand guests joined the Olympic Hotel as it celebrated its Grand Opening on December 6, 1924.The evening w... Learn More
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    Fairmont Senior High School, located in a residential neighborhood in Fairmont, West Virginia, is one of three public high schools in Marion County. The school itself dates back to 1877, and the curr... Learn More
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    Fairmount Water Works, dating to 1812, was declared a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark in 1975, a National Historic Landmark in 1976, and a National Historic Mechanical Engineering Landmar... Learn More
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    Indiana's oldest volunteer fire company. Built in 1841. Learn More
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    The Grand River (Fairport Harbor) Light is located in the village of Fairport Harbor, Ohio. The lighthouse was built in 1871 and has a 60-foot tower with a detached keeper's house. The light was decom... Learn More
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    Built in 1936 on the grounds of the Anderson County Training School, this small library is one of two Faith Cabin Libraries remaining of the thirty built in South Carolina. Jim Crow laws prevented Afr... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    Built by mill owner Clay Faulkner in 1896, Falcon Rest Mansion was a technological wonder at the time. Faulkner ensured it contained electric lights, indoor plumbing, central steam heat and a telepho... Learn More
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    This was the location of the Waco Turner Open, a former stop on the PGA Tour. In 1964, Pete Brown won the Waco Turner Open and became the first African American to win a PGA Tour event. Learn More
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    Historic Sites, Monuments, Landmarks, and Public Art
    Carpenter Gothic with Queen Anne overtones built in 1895. Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    The Fall River Historical Society is located within the Highlands Historic District, at 451 Rock Street. The mansion’s architecture is stunning French Second Empire. The structure itself is a piece... Learn More
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    In the 1830s, the village of Fallasburg was founded by John Wesley Fallass. Some of the original structures of the village exist today and are preserved through the Fallasburg Historical Society. A co... Learn More
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    On August 20, 1794, Maj. Gen. Anthony Wayne led troops of the Legion of the United States from their fort at Roche de Bout. The left wing and flanking militia from Kentucky crossed level but poorly dr... Learn More
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    The Fallen Timbers Battlefield Memorial Park is a combination of three sites located in the Toledo area. The actual battlefield is not open to the public except for special events. The Fallen Timbers... Learn More
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    Falling Spring is one building in the complex known as Morgan's Grove, completed in 1837. Morgan's Grove was settled by Richard Morgan in 1730, with Richard's grandson Jacob Morgan constructing Fallin... Learn More
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    The Kaufmann Residence, more famously known as Fallingwater, is a house located in Fayette County, PA. The house was designed, in 1936, by world renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright who was commissi... Learn More
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    Visitors to Falls Park can enjoy scenic views, historic sites, and refreshments inside of the old Light and Power Company building. Other historic sites found within the park include a dam and Queen... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    The Falmouth Historical Society & Museums on the Green takes visitors back in time beginning in the Colonial era. The museum includes a visitor's center, education center, and two historic houses: the... Learn More
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    The Family Heritage House Museum highlights the importance of learning your heritage and the history of where you came from. It also focuses on the African American community specifically and the hard... Learn More
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    During the Holodomor, which is also known as the "Terror-Famine in Ukraine" and "Famine-Genocide in Ukraine", millions of citizens of the Ukrainian SSR, the majority of whom were ethnic Ukrainians, di... Learn More
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    Faneuil Hall is one of the oldest known operating marketplaces in the United States. Located near the waterfront and the government center of Boston, this building has been a center of economic and p... Learn More
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    Fannie Cobb Carter was born in a house around this location in 1872. Carter, affectionately known as "Miss Fannie" was an accomplished African American educator who served as superintendent of the fir... Learn More
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    Located in historic Olean, New York, the Fannie E. Bartlett Historical Center is housed in an 1881 Queen Anne style home that was later purchased in 1891 by Frank and Fannie Bartlett. Its nine rooms... Learn More

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