National Register of Historic Places

John Waddey Carter House 4

All views (and comments) are most appreciated. Thank you. If you use this image on your web site, you need to provide a link to this photo. [This is one of a set of 8 photos} The John Waddey Carter House in Martinsville, Virginia, was built in 1896; the architect was George Franklin Barber, mail-order architect from Knoxville, Tennessee. This was a wedding present for Carter’s second wife, Kizziah Drewery. Locally the house is known as the “Gray Lady.” Carter…

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John Waddey Carter House 5

All views (and comments) are most appreciated. Thank you. If you use this image on your web site, you need to provide a link to this photo. [This is one of a set of 8 photos} The John Waddey Carter House in Martinsville, Virginia, was built in 1896; the architect was George Franklin Barber, mail-order architect from Knoxville, Tennessee. This was a wedding present for Carter’s second wife, Kizziah Drewery. Locally the house is known as the “Gray Lady.” Carter…

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John Waddey Carter House 8

All views (and comments) are most appreciated. Thank you. If you use this image on your web site, you need to provide a link to this photo. [This is one of a set of 8 photos} The John Waddey Carter House in Martinsville, Virginia, was built in 1896; the architect was George Franklin Barber, mail-order architect from Knoxville, Tennessee. This was a wedding present for Carter’s second wife, Kizziah Drewery. Locally the house is known as the “Gray Lady.” Carter…

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John Waddey Carter House 1

All views (and comments) are most appreciated. Thank you. If you use this image on your web site, you need to provide a link to this photo. [This is one of a set of 8 photos} The John Waddey Carter House in Martinsville, Virginia, was built in 1896; the architect was George Franklin Barber, mail-order architect from Knoxville, Tennessee. This was a wedding present for Carter’s second wife, Kizziah Drewery. Locally the house is known as the “Gray Lady.” Carter…

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Sidney F. Miller House 1

This is a Creative Commons image, one you may use freely; however, in using on your web site, you need to recognize the work of the photographer by linking back to this photo. I’m always appreciative of your views and comments. Thank you! Explore for 11 Jan 2012 at #372 [This is a series of six photos] The Sidney F. Miller House in Lynchburg, Virginia is part of the Federal Hill Historic District. It’s a fine example of a smaller…

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