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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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