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Western Historic Sites

Museums, historic homes, and other historical sites in the western United States.

5 Historic Hotels in Seattle

Thumbnail image for 5 Historic Hotels in Seattle A local preservation expert highlights the best historic hotels in Seattle.
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A Craftsman Neighborhood in Portland, Oregon

Thumbnail image for A Craftsman Neighborhood in Portland, Oregon The Ladd's Addition neighborhood in Portland, Oregon, harbors a wealth of Arts & Crafts-era houses.
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A Mediterranean Enclave in Los Angeles

Thumbnail image for A Mediterranean Enclave in Los Angeles Discover a little slice of Europe tucked away on a hillside in Hollywood.
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Arts & Crafts and More in Pasadena

Thumbnail image for Arts & Crafts and More in Pasadena A Greene & Greene scholar shares his favorite spots in the renowned architects’ adopted hometown.
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Arts & Crafts Architecture in California

Thumbnail image for Arts & Crafts Architecture in California California’s love affair with the bungalow has blessed the state with a plethora of Arts & Crafts-centric towns and neighborhoods. Here’s where to find them.
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Best Old-House Neighborhoods in Portland, Oregon

Thumbnail image for Best Old-House Neighborhoods in Portland, Oregon A local history buff walks us through a few distinctive Eastside neighborhoods in the City of Roses.
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Eichler Homes in Northern California

Thumbnail image for Eichler Homes in Northern California Exploring California developer Joseph Eichler's homes and popular mid-century modern designs.
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Frontier Victorians in Carson City, Nevada

Thumbnail image for Frontier Victorians in Carson City, Nevada Nevada's capital boasts an architectural bonanza.
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Greek Revival Houses in Madison, Indiana

Thumbnail image for Greek Revival Houses in Madison, Indiana The idyllic town of Madison, Indiana, harbors a rich bounty of Greek Revival gems.
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Historic Retreats: Moana Surfrider Hotel in Waikiki, Hawaii

Thumbnail image for Historic Retreats: Moana Surfrider Hotel in Waikiki, Hawaii The “First Lady of Waikiki,” a restored Beaux Arts hotel in Hawaii, has stories to tell.
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Historic Retreats: Portland’s Governor Hotel

Thumbnail image for Historic Retreats: Portland’s Governor Hotel One of the Pacific Northwest's finest landmarks offers history at every turn.
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Mid-Century Modern at Arapahoe Acres in Englewood, Colorado

Thumbnail image for Mid-Century Modern at Arapahoe Acres in Englewood, Colorado As Modern houses come of age, one Colorado community showcases why their architectural respect is well earned.
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Mid-Century Modern Houses in Palm Springs

Thumbnail image for Mid-Century Modern Houses in Palm Springs The desert oasis of Palm Springs, California, offers a deep well of mid-century modern architecture.
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Pueblo Revival Houses in Santa Fe

Thumbnail image for Pueblo Revival Houses in Santa Fe A mix of old and new architectural traditions creates a remarkable landscape in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
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Seattle’s Best Historic Neighborhoods

Thumbnail image for Seattle’s Best Historic Neighborhoods Historic Seattle’s longtime program director takes us on a tour of five of the city’s well-preserved streetcar suburbs.
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Spanish Revival Architecture in Los Angeles

Thumbnail image for Spanish Revival Architecture in Los Angeles California’s place names and architecture flaunt the state’s Spanish heritage; whole neighborhoods in L.A. are Mission-inspired.
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The Eclectic Architecture of Claremont, California

Thumbnail image for The Eclectic Architecture of Claremont, California A wave of early 20th-century development left the college town of Claremont, California, with a pleasing assortment of period architecture.
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What to See in Old San Francisco

Thumbnail image for What to See in Old San Francisco There is so much here, it’s hard to know where to start.
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