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Second Empire Home in Franklin by Allen Forrest
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Watson House, built c. 1881 in Franklin, Tennessee, in Second Empire, Victorian architectural style.

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Designing Women Houses by Larry Syverson
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The 1980’s and 1990’s TV series Designing Women was set in Atlanta, GA. The houses for the characters were actually in Little Rock, Arkansas. Julia’s home and the site of Sugarbakers & Associates was the Villa Marre house. It is a Second Empire house built in 1881. It is located in the MacArthur Park Historic District. The house is at 1321 Scott Street.

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Canandaigua New York ~ Clement House ~ Second Empire ~ 1885 by Onasill ~ Bill Badzo
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The Structure was home to three prominent Lawyers. The unique Second Empire style is created by the mansard roof eleven dormers, arched porches and Victorian double door. 176 - 178 North Main Steet

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My new favorite house by Dave
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Second Empire Mansion in Clifton by Dan Stiver
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Elmira Ny ~ Alexander Eustace House ~ Historical House by Onasill ~ Bill Badzo
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The Alexander Eustace house was built in 1886 for lawyer Alexander Eustace, who served several positions in Chemung County, such as the Chemung County clerk, served as a member of the state Civil Service Commission, and was also the head of the state tax departmen

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Rawson House by Dan Stiver
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This eclectic mansion in Clifton is primarily in the Second Empire and Italianate styles. It is one of my favorite buildings in the whole city. In my opinion, the Rawson House is the Crown Jewel of the Queen City’s Italianate architecture, and Cincinnati has one of the largest number of preserved Italianate buildings in the world.

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Second Empire Front by Dennis
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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Second_Empire All dressed for Christmas.

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Canandaigua New York ~ Clement House ~ Second Empire ~ 1885 by Onasill ~ Bill Badzo
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The Structure was home to three prominent Lawyers. The unique Second Empire style is created by the mansard roof eleven dormers, arched porches and Victorian double door. 176 - 178 North Main Steet

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Second Empire, Penn Yan, NY by Joseph

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Aaron Jones House by Sean
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This house in Douglas, Massachusetts was first owned by Aaron F. Jones who moved to Douglas from Maine. He opened a successful lumber and coal business as well as a builder during the later part of the 19th century. He became the deacon of the Second Congregational Church and held a number of town offices. After his death in 1918, the house was turned into tenement housing and now serves as apartments.