Cotton Row. Includes the Courthouse, the First National Bank, Big Spring, and buildings from the west side of the square on Cotton Row built 1834, c. 1830, and in the late 1800s. Located in Downtown Huntsville, Alabama.
Old Salem, North Carolina. Includes photographs of a kitchen, a barn interior, fences, streets, and walking paths in Old Salem. Includes the outside of the Christoph Vogler House, built 1797, and the John Vogler House-Silversmith and Clock Makers Shop, built 1819.
Various rural buildings. Includes: A pre-1860 limestone chimney in south Gurley, Alabama; Solomon DeBow house, built c. 1840 on McMullen Rd. near Gurley, Alabama; A pre-Civil War house converted to a barn on McMullen Rd. near Gurley, Alabama; A 1 and a half story house in Gurley, Alabama; A store and a barn from New Hope, Alabama; Barns and tralers in in Big Cove, Alabama; Empty stores in New Hope, Alabama; An empty store, a cattle shed, and barns in Jeff, Alabama; A Victorian house north of Jeff, Alabama; The Chase Nursery Barn in Chase, Alabama; Barns and houses near Athens, Alabama.
The Lane-Gwathney House, built in 1822. Federal Period house. Improved twice during the nineteenth century in 1852 and 1883. During the early 20th century, many houses along Broughton St. were either demolished or jacked up for retail spaces to be built underneath. The house/rooms above were rented during WWII. Located at 410 E. Broughton St., Savannah, Georgia.
Hendricks Corner Hardware and Furniture Store, built 1902, restored in 1995 by Athens computer firm, The Pinnacle Group Inc. The Hendricks building was mostly destroyed by a 1994 fire. Restored for office space. Designed in the Italiante style. Located at 122 W. Market St., Athens, Alabama.