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Stone Street Baptist Church

United States

Stone Street Baptist Church is a historic African-American Baptist church in Mobile, Alabama. The congregation was established well before the American Civil War, with Stone Street Baptist recognized today as one of Alabama's most influential African-American Baptist churches. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on August 8, 1985.

State Street AME Zion Church

United States

State Street African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church is a historic African American church in Mobile, Alabama. It is the oldest documented Methodist church building in Alabama. It is also one of two African American churches founded in the Methodist tradition in Mobile prior to the American Civil War.

St. Louis Street Missionary Baptist Church

United States

St. Louis Street Missionary Baptist Church is a historic African American church in Mobile, Alabama. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on October 8, 1976, due to its architectural and historic significance.

South Lafayette Street Creole Cottages

United States

The South Lafayette Street Creole Cottages is a grouping of three historic Creole cottages on South Lafayette Street in Mobile, Alabama, United States. They were built in 1852. All three were placed as a group on the National Register of Historic Places on November 7, 1976.

Sodality Chapel

United States

The Sodality Chapel is a historic Roman Catholic chapel building on the campus of Spring Hill College in Mobile, Alabama, United States. It was built in 1850 in a simple Greek Revival style. The building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places as a part of the 19th Century Spring Hill Neighborhood Thematic Resource on October 18, 1984.

Saint Paul's Episcopal Chapel

United States

Saint Paul's Episcopal Chapel is a historic Episcopal church building in Mobile, Alabama, United States. It was built in 1859 in a vernacular Gothic Revival style. The building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places as a part of the 19th Century Spring Hill Neighborhood Thematic Resource on October 18, 1984.

St. Francis Street Methodist Church

United States

St. Francis Street Methodist Church, officially St. Francis Street United Methodist Church, is a historic former United Methodist Church building in Mobile, Alabama, United States. The current structure was built in 1896 by the architectural firm of Watkins and Johnson. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on January 5, 1984.

Searcy County Courthouse

United States

The Searcy County Courthouse is located on Courthouse Square in Marshall, Arkansas. It is a two-story stone structure, with a hip roof. The walls are fashioned out of rustically cut native sandstone, and it is topped by a metal hip roof with widely overhanging eaves. The front entrance is sheltered by a single-story porch supported by cast stone columns. The courthouse, the third for Searcy s…

Pincus Building

United States

The Pincus Building, also known as the Zadek Building, is a historic Queen Anne-style commercial building in Mobile, Alabama, United States. The four-story brick masonry structure was designed by local architect Rudolph Benz and completed in 1891. It first housed the Zadek Jewelry Company. The original design included a round tower with a spire on the outside corner of the building; this was r…

Phillipi House

United States

The Phillipi House, also known as the Mastin House, is a historic residence in Mobile, Alabama, United States. The two-story brick masonry structure was completed in 1850. It is built in a traditional Mobile townhouse style with a Greek Revival door surround and a second floor cast iron balcony across the front elevation. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on January 5, 1…

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