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Best of 2019: Historical Shelters

By Bethany Erickson | December 29, 2019 | Comments Off on Best of 2019: Historical Shelters

All that’s really left to remind anyone of the time Herbert “The Cat” Noble lived in North Texas is the stretch of land he bought up around 1941, before there was a Lake Grapevine, in southern Denton County.  Suffice to say, Noble wouldn’t recognize the extravagant estate that sits there now, either. When he lived […]

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Best of Historical Shelters: Waxahachie 1945 Rambler With Designer’s Touch

By Bethany Erickson | December 30, 2018 | Comments Off on Best of Historical Shelters: Waxahachie 1945 Rambler With Designer’s Touch

[Editor’s note: Merry Christmas! This week, we’re taking time off to focus on our loved ones, so we are sharing some of our favorite stories from this year. Keep an eye out for our top features from the archives as we rest and get ready for a brilliant 2019! Cheers, from Candy and the entire […]

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From the Archives: The La Grange Homestead That Kicked Off Historical Shelters

By Bethany Erickson | December 27, 2017 | Comments Off on From the Archives: The La Grange Homestead That Kicked Off Historical Shelters

[Editor’s note: Merry Christmas! This week, we’re taking time off to focus on our loved ones, so we are sharing some of our favorite stories from this year. Keep an eye out for our top features from the archives as we rest and get ready for a brilliant 2018! Cheers, from Candy and the entire […]

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Historical Shelters: Own the Birthplace of Harriet Beecher Stowe

By Bethany Erickson | August 26, 2017 | Comments Off on Historical Shelters: Own the Birthplace of Harriet Beecher Stowe

Today’s historical shelter should be a museum, but for $400,000, the birthplace of Harriet Beecher Stowe could be yours – with a caveat. It’s kind of a giant, DIY puzzle. The Hartford, Conn., home was carefully dismantled with an eye toward moving it and turning it into a museum about the early life of the […]

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Galveston Historical Foundation Launches Virtual Historic Home Tour

By Amy Puchaty | May 9, 2020 | 0 Comments

Need something to break up the boredom? Why not take a tour of Galveston’s most historic homes! That’s right, the Galveston Historical Foundation’s (GHF) Annual Historic Homes Tour is still on, despite the pandemic. And this year it’s virtual! The best part? The tour will have exceptional haunts you can enjoy right from your laptop, […]

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Gettysburg Historical Home Walking Distance to Dining, Shopping

By Bethany Erickson | March 22, 2020 | Comments Off on Gettysburg Historical Home Walking Distance to Dining, Shopping

When Jacob Culp bought the plot of land in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, that became the site of his blacksmith shop, he might not have envisioned that eventually, his heirs would build a home on it in 1892, near the town’s Methodist church. And he definitely likely didn’t envision that the house would be listed in 2020, […]

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