Built around 1880-1890. Brick construction, sashes and windows were cut out around the 1950s. Previously the First National Bank of Florence and a jewelry store. Located at the corner of Court and Tennessee streets in Florence, Ala.
Eastlake Style Victorian House, Tom White Residence (1995) built c. 1890. An apartment was added later to the existing floor plan, year unknown of addition. A detached garage was added between 1915 and 1925 but it was later demolished. Located at 443 North Ward Ave., Florence, Alabama.
W.C. Handy Log House and Museum, built in the early 19th century. Home of W.C. Handy, famous blues composer born in 1873. Popular compositions such as "St. Louis Woman" and "Bride St. Blues" were composed here. It was rebuilt in the 1960s on the current site with the addition of the museum. Only the logs of the actual house remain authentic from when W.C. Handy owned the house. Located in Florence, Alabama.
"Wakefield," or Zac Abramson Residence, built in 1825 by James Sample. Thought to be the first brick residence in Florence, Wakefield was built with Adamesque detail. Prominent visitors include William L. Yancey and General Steven D. Lee. Located at 450 N. Court St., Florence, Alabama.