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  • ...n''' is an internet portal that provides information about the history and historic architecture of Huntsville and Madison County. It is a work in progress an ...illehistorytours.org Huntsville History Tour],<br>A Digital Guided Tour of Historic Huntsville, Alabama===
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  • ...ly of Local Architecture and Preservation'' which was published by the the Historic Huntsville Foundation from 1974 through 2008. * [[HHQ:The Historic Park: Preservation 101|The Historic Park: Preservation 101]], by Charles Pautler, Curator of History
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  • * [[:Category:Twickenham|Twickenham Historic Preservation District]] * [[:Category:Old Town|Old Town Historic District]]
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  • = Historic Huntsville Quarterly 1975 to 2008 = ...n's website] where the issues and a [http://www.historichuntsville.org/the-historic-huntsville-quarterly-index Table of Contents] are available. In addition, t
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  • ...s Street SE|528]] (both have later additions and modifications).The newest house (1972) is at [[Address:608 Adams Street SE|608]]. ...additions and modifications of various periods. As a rough rule of thumb a house receives some significant change with each new generation, or about every t
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  • ==ARCHITECTURAL STYLES REPRESENTED IN THE TWICKENHAM HISTORIC PRESERVATION DISTRICT== ...han by architects and designers, since historians must attempt to classify historic buildings and architects have no need for such labels. An architect simply
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  • ...ach building in the District appeared upon the designation of the historic district and what changes had occurred by twenty-five years later. ...fty years old (the cutoff age for a "contributing structure" in a historic district).
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  • ...on Hall, site of the 1819 Alabama Convention. On Franklin, but outside the District (Harvie Jones)]] ...franklin_street_se-t10-d110101-cj0001-s0007.jpg|right|frame|1820 Dr. Fearn house at 517 Franklin Street SE (Harvie Jones)]]
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  • [[File:300_gates_avenue_se-t10-d110101-cj0001-s0003.jpg|right|frame|Weeden house at 300 Gates Avenue SE (Harvie Jones)]] [[File:204_gates_avenue_se-t10-d110101-cj0001-s0002.jpg|right|frame|Goldsmith house at 204 Gates Avenue SE (Harvie Jones)]]
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  • ...:311_lincoln_street_se-t10-d110101-cj0001-s0002.jpg|right|frame|C.1826 Cox house at 311 Lincoln Street SE (Harvie Jones)]] ..._lincoln_street_se-t10-d110101-cj0001-s0004.jpg|right|frame|C.1818 Perkins house at 401 Lincoln Street SE (Harvie Jones)]]
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  • ...s:414 Locust Avenue SE|414]] is an attractive and intact late 19th century house that combines features of [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eastlake_Movement E ...onsisted of a late [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Late_Victorian Victorian] house with a clashing [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bungalow_style bungalow veran
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  • ...cclung_avenue_se-t10-d110101-cj0001-s0006.jpg|left|frame|Leroy Pope Walker house at 413 McClung Avenue SE (Harvie Jones)]] ...416_mcclung_avenue_se-t10-d110101-cj0001-s0002.jpg|right|frame|The McClung house at 416 McClung Avenue SE (Harvie Jones)]]
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  • ...randolph_avenue_se-t10-d110101-cj0001-s0004.jpg|right|frame|C.1835 Sprague house at 307 Randolph Avenue SE (Harvie Jones)]] [[File:607_randolph_avenue_se-t10-d110101-cj0001-s0002.jpg|right|Ranch style house located at 607 Randolph Avenue SE (Harvie Jones)]]
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  • ...of the '''Huntsville-Madison County Public Library''' contains a wealth of historic information including: ...& Museum'''] - The goal of this research center and museum, located in the historic James H. Wilson Building on the campus of '''Alabama A & M University''', i
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  • ...pend endless hours squirreled away amongst my computers in the back of our house. ...Margaret Vann, Heather Cross) played a key role in the 30+ year run of the Historic Huntsville Quarterly which documented the history and architecture of Hunts
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  • ==Historic Historic Organizations & Resources== * [http://www.historichuntsville.org Historic Huntsville Foundation]
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  • '''A Brief History of the Twickenham Historic Preservation District'''<br/> ...itioned the city for its creation and the Twickenham Historic Preservation District became a reality. On March 22, 1972, the City Council passed an ordinance g
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  • ==Two Hundred Years of Architecture in The Twickenham Historic Preservation District of Huntsville, Alabama== ...se-t10-d110101-cj0001-s0003.jpg|300px|thumb|right|The Federal Style Weeden House at 300 Gates Avenue. (Harvie Jones, 1997)]]
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  • ==TWICKENHAM HISTORIC DISTRICT BUILDING DATES== ...et SE|708]]</td><td>1927</td><td>May incorporate portions of an antebellum house</td></tr>
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  • ...n the 1844 east and south wing additions and renovations to the 1836 White house at No. [[Address:612 Eustis Avenue SE|612]]. ...lding]] on Franklin Street are the most intact commercial buildings in the District.
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