The Streets of Salem blog shows us a host of wonderful photos of historic houses that sadly are today only the stuff of memory, and history books.
It's been a long time since I've done an Interiors post, and as you know that I love libraries I decided to return to that [...]
These medieval-era buildings were captured in a magnificent photo from the very end of the 19th century.
We know very little about this beautiful Federal home in Providence, Rhode Island, which stood from 1818 to 1954.
This house got its name for a raging party that occurred here in 1783, on the occasion of the end of the Revolutionary War. Now it's gone.
This sad ruin, home of a signer of the Declaration of Independence, is being rebuilt today in an audacious preservation project.
This beautiful mansion, built in 1808 by one of America's preeminent architects, was demolished during World War II for reasons that are not entirely clear.
This eye-popping bookstore in Buenos Aires was once a theater hosting operas and other cultural events. What a change!
One of the grandest plantations in the South when it was finished in 1857, Belle Grove had a long, sad history of ruin until it finally burned in 1952.
The Heritage Calling blog shows us a number of fascinating old storefronts in London, some going back to the 1700s.