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    Historic Sites, Monuments, Landmarks, and Public Art
    Famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed the interior of the V.C. Morris Building in 1948. Wright's only San Francisco project, the store interior is most significant for its circular ramp which be... Learn More
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    The first American poet to speak at Oxford, Vachel Lindsay not only composed numerous volumes of poetry but was an outspoken opponent of racial injustice and an advocate for civic beauty. Lindsay's 19... Learn More
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    Vail Depot was built by the Southern Pacific Railroad in 1900 to ship the in-demand copper ore coming from local mines. In the 1940s, the Depot was renovated to be a three-sided shelter for passengers... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    Inside Odum Library on the Valdosta State University campus is the William H. Mobley IV Reading Room. Here, the public can access the university's Archives and Special Collections. This library offe... Learn More
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    The Vale Hotel and Grand Opera House is a building located in Vale, Oregon listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Learn More
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    Situated in one of the most beautiful city parks in America is a Georgian-style mansion house built by John Heyser circa 1846. The mansion serves as the headquarters for The Valley Art Association. Or... Learn More
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    Valley Forge is located on the border between Montgomery County and Chester County, Pennsylvania, near the city King of Prussia. Many Americans come to this site in order to learn more about the Amer... Learn More
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    Constructed in May of 2017, Valvoline World Headquarters is the base of operations for Valvoline as well as Valvoline Instant Oil Change as they extend their business to an international level. The ne... Learn More
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    The Van Allen Building, also known as the Van Allen and Company Department Store, is a four-story building in the heart of downtown Clinton, IA. It was designed by Louis Sullivan and commissioned by J... Learn More
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    Time Capsule-Historic Images and Recollections
    Van Bokkelen Hall is an academic building at Towson University built in 1924. Learn More
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    Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2009, the Van Briggle Pottery Company holds an important place in the development of American pottery. Founded by Artus and Anne Van Brittle in 190... Learn More
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    The Van Bunschooten Museum is a historic home that serves as the headquarters for the Chinkchewunska Chapter of the Daughters of the Revolution. It was built in the early 1790s by Dutchman Elias Van... Learn More
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    The Van Cortland Golf Course is the Oldest Public Golf Course and was also Learn More
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    Frederick Van Cortlandt built this Georgian mansion in 1748; it remains the oldest building in The Bronx and is maintained by the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation. In 1886, the descen... Learn More
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    Van Meter Hall is a building on the campus of Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Constructed in 1911, this was the first building constructed on Western Kentucky University's camp... Learn More
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    Located in the heart of Fort Worth, near Trinity Park, the Van Zandt Cottage is Fort Worth's oldest home still located at its original location. The rustic cottage dates back to the mid 1800's, and wa... Learn More
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    This pioneer farmstead, tucked in the beautiful Reems Creek Valley, features a two-story log cabin "mansion," an original 1790s slave cabin, and five outbuildings. Furnished as it would have been in t... Learn More
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    Built of redwood in 1887. This Queen Anne Victorian exhibits the typical variety of patterns, gabled roof with widow's walk and cresting, saw work, decorative bands, carved brackets, fish scale siding... Learn More
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    The home of Zebulun Vance is one of the oldest structures remaining in the city of Statesville. Vance’s home served as his political headquarters as the Union troops moved into Raleigh and housed Vanc... Learn More
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    Zebulon Vance was the Governor of North Carolina during the Civil War. Prior to his election to the governorship in 1862, Vance was an attorney in Asheville and a junior officer in the Confederate arm... Learn More
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    The Vandalia State House, built in 1836, is the fourth capitol building of the U.S. state of Illinois. It is also the oldest capitol building in Illinois to survive, as the first, second, and third ca... Learn More
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    The Vanderbilt Mansion is one of the country's finest homes. It was built by wealthy industrialist Frederick Vanderbilt and his wife, Louise in 1899 after four years of construction. The architecture... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    The Vardy Museum resides in the old Vardy Community Presbyterian Church. The Museum is located in the Vardy Blackwater community in Hancock County, Tennessee which has been home to the Melungeons, a t... Learn More
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    In August of 1965, Jonathan Daniels and twenty-two other civil rights activists were arrested for participating in a voting rights demonstration in Fort Deposit, Alabama, and were transferred to a jai... Learn More
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    The original brick structure was built in 1829 by Christian and Elizabeth Varner. It was later purchased by Silas Mason who began a series of enlargements, alterations and architectural changes to the... Learn More
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    The plantation land first belonged to Martin Varner, who purchased the acreage in 1824. The beautiful antebellum mansion as well as many of the other original structures found at the plantation were b... Learn More
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    Though there has been a Varsity Theatre in Davis since 1921, but the current Varsity dates back to 1950. It was designed by William B. David, who designed several theaters in California. It functioned... Learn More
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    Built in 1865, the Vassar College Observatory was, at the time of its construction, one of the more advanced of its kind in the country. It was also where Maria Mitchell, one of the country's first fe... Learn More
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    The Vaughan-Smitherman Museum is a local history museum featuring exhibits and numerous artifacts related to Selma. Constructed in 1847, it is housed in one of the city's most distinguished historic b... Learn More
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    Vault Hill is a family cemetery located in Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx. The park is named after the Van Cortlandt family, who played a major role in developing New York from a colony to a state. A... Learn More
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    From its creation in 1951, this neon sign based on the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce's friendly mascot "Vegas Vic" became one of the symbols of Las Vegas. The sign stood outside the Pioneer Club casin... Learn More
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    The Velma V. Morrison Center for the Performing Arts is located on the campus of Boise State University. Located right in downtown Boise, the Morrison Center provides a state of the art performing art... Learn More
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    A local eat place favorite, The Dip, is the oldest restaurant in DeSoto County; Lee Lauderdale opened up the business at its current location during the summer of 1947. With an extensive menu and rich... Learn More
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    This circa 1870 house was built by John Dean Venable and Nancy Winall Venable. When it was built it was a plain L-shaped, two-story dwelling. About 1900 it was enlarged by an extension to the front o... Learn More
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    Venable-Mathews-Moore House DRAFT - In Progress
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    The first house on this lot was built circa 1855 by John Dean Venable (1805-1881) and Nancy Winall Venable (1813-1889). The property was bought in 1892 by Mason Mathews (1867-1928) and Jane Montgomer... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    Located in Fort Mitchell, Kentucky, Vent Haven is the world's only museum dedicated to ventriloquism. Vent Haven opened to the public in 1973, showing founder W.S. Berger's massive collection to the... Learn More
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    Built in 1889, Ventress Hall is a testament to the university's original Victorian architecture and has served as the home of many departments over the centuries. It was first the University of Missis... Learn More
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    Built in the late 1850s, the Verandah-Curlee House is fine example of Greek Revival architecture and historically significant for its association with the Civil War. It was built by one of the co-foun... Learn More
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    Near Fort Pierre, South Dakota, an important discovery occurred on February 16, 1913. Fort Pierre was an important area during the 1800's as it was located on the Missouri River. Fort Pierre is the b... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    Founded in 1968, this small museum preserves the history of the Pierre and Fort Pierre across the river. It is located inside a 1930s community hall building and features several exhibits showcasing t... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    The Vermilion County Museum in Danville, Illinois is dedicated to the history of Vermilion County. With exhibits that take visitors from the days of Lincoln, to a schoolroom in the 1900s, to a coal m... Learn More
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    Historic Sites, Monuments, Landmarks, and Public Art
    Established in 1990, Vermillionville Historic Village is a living history museum that preserves, interprets and promotes the Acadian, Native American and Creole folklife of southern Louisiana between... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    Founded in 1984, the Vermont Folklife Center is a nationally-known folklife education organization that uses ethnography—study of cultural experience through interviewing, participation and observatio... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    The Vermont History Center and Library is located in the historic Spaulding School, which was built in 1892. The Center includes a state history library (called the Leahy Library), bookstore, and the... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    The Vermont History Museum offers a state history museum and bookstore. The museum is located on the first floor of the old Pavilion Building--right across from the Vermont State House. It is managed... Learn More
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    This historical marker honors musician Vernon Alley, a jazz pioneer who came to San Francisco as a young boy. Alley played with a number of legendary musicians like Dizzy Gillespie, Billie Holiday, an... Learn More
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    Time Capsule-Historic Images and Recollections
    O.W. Gurley was one of the participants in the "land rush" that allowed predominantly white Americans to acquire land in Oklahoma. Gurley decided to sell his land to other African Americans which led... Learn More
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    The Vernon House is located on Clark Street in beautiful Newport, Rhode Island, just blocks away from the water. It is a historic Georgian-style colonial era house that was likely built around 1700.... Learn More
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    For much of the first thirty years of the 20th century, Oregon was the country's most productive lumber state and the Oregon–American Lumber Company, located in Veronia, was the largest logging compan... Learn More
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    Built in 1875, the Vestal Centre United Methodist Episcopal Church was built on land purchased from Coe Wells. Learn More

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