SAH Archipedia: Alabama and Maine Entries Added

by SAH News | May 17, 2017

New entries from the states of Alabama and Maine have been added to SAH Archipedia. Sixty-four Alabama entries, including fourteen linked entries, comprise the first half of a list of Alabama’s most representative buildings and sites compiled by state coordinator Robert Gamble. Ten entries have also been published from the Maine 100 list, compiled by state coordinator John F. Bauman. 

Dr. Francis Office in Jacksonville, Alabama. Courtesy of the Jacksonville Public Library. 

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