Contributing Buildings

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Mansfield Training School And Hospital - Historic District
... The listed area was 350 acres (1.4 km2) and included 53 contributing buildings and seven non-contributing buildings ... The majority of the contributing buildings were institutional buildings built between 1914 and 1930, all designed by the same architectural firm ...
Scales Mound Historic District - Properties - Non-contributing
... The 105 non-contributing buildings include, 57 houses, 25 garages, 20 commercial buildings, three civic buildings and one apartment building ... Some of the non-contributing buildings are 19th-century structures that have lost their integrity due to alterations ... Some of these would be contributing if alterations, such as siding, were removed ...
Simsbury Center Historic District
... At that time, it included 48 contributing buildings, 18 non-contributing buildings, and one non-contributing site ... Signicant contributing buildings include Simsbury Free Library, 1887, 749 Hopmeadow Street (see #1 in photos accompanying NRHP nomination) Eno Memorial Hall, 1932, 754 Hopmeadow Street, Colonial Revival architecture ... house modified later to Colonial Revival style Buildings and sites include, also First Church of Christ, 689 Hopmeadow Street (accompanying Photo #1) 750-760 ...
Minnesota Home School For Girls Historic District
... Each of the buildings on the campus is described as either contributing or non-contributing, with the contributing buildings perceived as having historical significance ... The contributing buildings include the Alcott Cottage the Richard Cottage the Stowe Cottage the Sullivan Cottage Morse Hall the chapel Lind Cottage Sinclair Lewis Hall Evers Cottage the ... Conversely, the non-contributing buildings include the fine arts building the Tekakitha Cottage the DuBois Cottage Senator Popp Building the bungalow garage and the storage garage ...
Gales Ferry, Connecticut - Historic Districts
... included in two separate historic districts, each with several farmstead buildings from the late colonial and early national periods (late 18th and ... and are separated by a railroad cut and some non-contributing buildings ... In 1992, it included 31 contributing buildings over 13 acres ...

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