Architecture notebook 10: Old Town Historic District, Huntsville, Ala.

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loc_jonh_001826_001843

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Architecture notebook 10: Old Town Historic District, Huntsville, Ala.

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Old Town Historic District. Queen Anne Cottage style house on East Holmes, built post-1871. Two Spanish style houses on Walker Ave. built c. 1920. House on East Holmes, built post-1871. House on Clinton Ave. E built post-1871. House on Steele St., built pre-1861. Four once-identical Queen Anne style houses on East Clinton Ave. Second Empire style house on East Holmes, built c. 1880s. Renaissance Revival and Colonial Revival style house on East Holmes, built c. 1900s. Queen Anne style house and A.J. Downing Gothic Style house on Walker Ave., and two Queen Anne style houses on East Holmes, all built post-1871. Greek Revival style house on Calhoun St., built c. 1855. Queen Anne style house of an identical pair of houses on East Holmes, built post-1871. Remodeled Federal Period house with Greek Revival aspects on East Holmes, built pre-1861. Federal style house on Calhoun St., built pre-1850. Two-room house on East Holmes, built c. 1830. Adjoining Swiss and English bungalow style houses, built c. 1914. Pleasants House, Second Empire style on Walker Ave, built c. 1889. Shingle style bungalow on East Holmes, built c. 1907. Four houses on Walker Ave. Glenn House, built 1891 and located at 117 Walker Ave. Three Victorian style houses on East Holmes with bungalow remodels. Reverse twin houses at 801 and 805 East Clinton Ave.
Addresses and locations of the structures pictured may no longer be accurate, as street names and house numbers change over time. The addresses given reflect the information provided by Harvie Jones at the time he documented these structures.

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Harvie P. Jones Collection
Box 31, Folder 50
University of Alabama in Huntsville Archives and Special Collections, Huntsville, Alabama

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Jones, Harvie P., “Architecture notebook 10: Old Town Historic District, Huntsville, Ala.,” The UAH Archives and Special Collections, accessed January 27, 2023, http://libarchstor2.uah.edu/digitalcollections/items/show/6545.

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