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Arnold House

Built by Eleazor Arnold in 1693, the Arnold House is a rare surviving example of a "stone-ender," a once common building type first developed in the [...] »

Arrow Rock State Historic Site [MO]

Arrow Rock
Arrow Rock State Historic Site is an integral part of the town of Arrow Rock. The site's visitor center museum features exhibits that tell about [...] »

Arsenal [LA]

New Orleans
Built in 1839, the Arsenal was designed by noted architect James Dakin and is associated with an infamous battle that happened after the Civil War. [...] »

Art Deco of the Palm Beaches [FL]

Delray Beach
Art Deco of the Palm Beaches seeks to preserve and share the Art Deco architecture and 20th-century design and artwork of Palm Beach and West Palm [...] »

Art Deco Society of California [CA]

San Francisco
The Art Deco Society of California (ADSC) is dedicated to honoring the aesthetic and architectural achievements of the first half of the 20th century [...] »

Arthurdale Heritage and New Deal Homestead Museum [WV]

Visitors to Arthurdale, WV can revisit the 1930s. Established in 1933, by the United States government, Arthurdale is the nation's first New Deal [...] »

Asa Packer Mansion Museum [PA]

Jim Thorpe
The Mansion was the home of philanthropist, railroad magnate, and founder of Lehigh University, Asa Packer. Built in 1861 by Philadelphia architect [...] »

Ash Lawn-Highland, Home of James Monroe [VA]

Ash Lawn-Highland is an historic house museum, 535-acre working farm, and performing arts site. President James Monroe and his wife, Elizabeth [...] »

Ashfield Historical Society Museum [MA]

The Ashfield Historical Society Museum presents the history of Ashfield, Massachusetts via a document and artifact collection. Collection highlights [...] »

Ashland Historical Society Museum [WI]

The Ashland Historical Society Museum presents a glimpse into the past of Ashland, WI. Exhibits on display address the Ashland Hotel, Boy and Girl [...] »