"Little Brick," built in the 1850s. Greek Revival style. Only a few sections of masonry were left standing so Harvie Jones classified it as a "reconstruction" rather than "restoration." This old brick home served as General Rosecrans' headquarters during the summer of 1863. Located in Stevenson, Alabama.
Bridgeport, Alabama. Queen Anne style house, built c. 1890. The house was said to be built by McKim, Mead, and White, but this is likely false. Duplexes, built c. 1890. Also said to be built by McKim, Mead, and White, but this is likely false.