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"Considered the most grand Victorian home in America." ~ Carson Mansion in Eureka CA    I've been in front of this place. And the Victorian across the street from it is totally adorable too.

Victorian - Carson Mansion in Eureka CA--"considered the most grand Victorian home in America." William Carson (July 1825 – February for whom the mansion was built, arrived in San Francisco from New Brunswick, Canada in

prettie-sweet:    nature-and-culture:    nature-and-culture :  I love this house but I never guessed this picture will be so popular when I posted it less than one week ago…It’s a 1860’s villa in Northwestern Connecticut.    It is so lovely. I would like to see photos of it in all seasons.

I think I remember this beautiful Victorian house from the old Victoria Magazine. looks like one house in Goshen NY

STORE FRONT- The Disappearing Face of New York (Gingko Press).    http://www.jamesandkarlamurray.com/JamesandKarlaMurrayPortfolioStorefronts.html

McSorley's Old Ale House, Manhattan. Photo by James and Karla Murray. NYC's oldest continuously operated saloon. Visited by Abe Lincoln, Woody Guthrie, John Lennon.

Pinterest: @CoffeeQueen4 Thank you xoxo

Pinterest: @CoffeeQueen4 Thank you xoxo


On the mansard roof of the Second Empire Knudsen House, built between 1877 and no fewer than four cuts of fancy shingles subtly highlight various architectural details. (Photo: Courtesy of the Heritage Square Museum)