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94175 Norwich Mid-Century Modern Historic District The Norwich Mid-Century Modern Historic District encompasses a concentrated collection of Mid-Century Modern houses in Norwich, Vermont. Located on parts of Hopson, Pine Tree, and Spring Pond Roads, it is one of best collections of this type in the state. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991. 43.7117000,-72.3175000
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94177 Mansion Truss Bridge Mansion Truss Bridge was a historic Camelback through truss bridge located near Mansion in Campbell County, Virginia. It was built in 1903, and consisted of two camelback through trusses. It was elevated high above the Staunton River and took its name from the 18th century mansion of early settler John Smith.
94178 Rose Cottage/Peyton House Rose Cottage/Peyton House is a historic home located at Charlottesville, Virginia. It was built in 1856, as a simple three-bay, single-pile, two-story rectangular frame dwelling. The house is sheathed in weatherboard. Later 20th century additions include a single story Colonial Revival porch; matching one-story, one room wings; and a two-story, perpendicular house joined by and enclosed porch. 38.0305560,-78.4919440
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94179 Dan River Mill No. 8 Dan River Inc. Riverside Division Historic District and Dan River Mill No. 8 is a national historic district located at Danville, Virginia. The district includes 23 contributing buildings and 13 contributing structures in the city of Danville. The district includes buildings and structures associated with the Riverside Division, one of two historic textile mill complexes in Danville developed by Dan River Inc. and its predecessor, Riverside Cotton Mills. The building and structures are characterized by multistory industrial buildings of mostly brick construction dating from the 1880s through the 1910s. Dan River Mill No. 8 is a four-story, reinforced concrete building constructed in the 1920s. 36.5916670,-79.3947220
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94180 Central State Hospital Chapel Central State Hospital Chapel is a historic chapel located on the grounds of Central State Hospital near Petersburg, Dinwiddie County, Virginia. It was built in 1904, and is a simple, 1 1/2-story brick structure measuring 80 by 50 feet, with a front gable roof and Late Gothic Revival details. The building features lancet window openings. 37.2079170,-77.4527780
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94181 Little River Rural Historic District The Little River Rural Historic District encompasses a large rural landscape in northeastern Fauquier County. Covering some 23,000 acres (9,300 ha), the district extends from near The Plains in the south to near Middleburg in the north. On the east it is bounded by the Bull Run Mountains, and on the west by Cromwell's Run. The area's landscape typifies the characteristics of the Piedmont region of Virginia, and is devoid of high-density residential, commercial, or industrial activity. Land use is largely devoted to agricultural, equestrian, and hunting pursuits. There are a few places where mills historically operated, and there are three small village centers in the district. A portion of the Middleburg battlefield lies in the northern part of the district, and the district encompasses several previously listed areas, including the Burrland Farm Historic District, the Gen. William Mitchell House (a National Historic Landmark), the Waverly house, Old Denton, and Green Pastures. 38.9158330,-77.7441670
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94182 Hayden High School (Franklin, Virginia) Hayden High School is a historic high school complex for African-American students located at Franklin, Virginia. The main building was completed in 1953, and is a two-story, "L"-plan brick clad building with two smaller one-story additions. Associated with the main school are two 1969 one-story classroom buildings situated behind the school. Hayden High School is an important site in the fight over both equalization and desegregation of public schools. The school closed in the 1980s, after housing a middle school. 36.6658330,-76.9261110
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94184 Wolftrap Farm Wolftrap Farm was a historic home located near Smithfield, Isle of Wight County, Virginia. The house was built about 1820, and is a 2 1/2-story, three bay, Federal style frame dwelling. It was a one-story rear elevation surmounted by a double tier of dormer windows. The house has a double-pile, hall-parlor plan and measures approximately 32 feet, 6 inches, square. The house has been dismantled. 36.9977780,-76.6972220
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94186 Twelfth Street Industrial Historic District The Twelfth Street Industrial Historic District in Lynchburg, Virginia is a historic district which was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2018. 37.4097220,-79.1447220
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94187 Donk's Theatre Donk's Theatre was a historic movie theater located at Hudgins, Mathews County, Virginia. It was built in 1946-1947, and was a vernacular rectangular building constructed of rusticated cinder and concrete block, painted white and cream with Art Deco style details. The building measured 50 feet by 100 feet, and consisted of the central theatre entrance, storefronts, and a 504-seat auditorium. The theater operated as a segregated venue for motion pictures until passage of federal civil rights legislation in 1964. The movie business was declining due to TV, and the theater closed in 1970. It reopened in 1975, as a live country music concert hall. On January 22, 2016, the roof of Donk's collapsed due to heavy snowfall from a winter storm, as did several of the outside walls. Little survived, and what remains will have to be demolished; the owners have said that they will save the marquee. 37.4715280,-76.3263890
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