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Cheraw Historic District is a national historic district located at Cheraw, Chesterfield County, South Carolina. The district encompasses 39 contributing buildings and 1 contributing object in Cheraw. Located within the district are a variety of architectural styles that include the early frame homes of the 1800s (often called upcountry farmhouses, or essentially I-House in type), antebellum structures with Classical Revival details and Greek Revival porticos, and Victorian houses from the turn ...
 
 
Historic districts in North Carolina, Buildings and structures on the National Register of Historic Places in North Carolina, Greek Revival architecture in North Carolina, Neoclassical architecture in North Carolina, Queen Anne architecture in North Carolina, Colonial Revival architecture in North Carolina, Buildings and structures in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, National Register of Historic Places in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, Eastern North Carolina Registered Historic Place stub... Northside Historic District is a national historic district located at Elizabeth City, Pasquotank County, North Carolina. The district encompasses 398 contributing buildings in a predominantly residential section of Elizabeth City. The district developed from the mid-19th to mid-20th century, and includes representative examples of Greek Revival, Queen Anne, Colonial Revival, Bungalow American Craftsman, and Classical Revival style architecture. Notable contributing buildings include the John S....
 
The Benjamin Godfrey Memorial Chapel is a historic chapel located on the campus of Lewis and Clark Community College in Godfrey, Illinois, named for school and town founder Benjamin Godfrey. The chapel was built in 1854 to serve the Church of Christ, a church formed by three Christian denominations at the Monticello Female Seminary. The Greek Revival chapel has a raised temple front with six Doric columns supporting a pediment; a Gothic steeple rises above the entrance. The Historic American Bui...
 
 Stand Up NY is a comedy club located in Manhattan�s Upper West Side on 236 West 78th street. Founded in 1986, the club is one of New York City�s oldest, always featuring diverse lineups of well-known and local comedians. Comedians Chris Rock, Jerry Seinfeld, and Jon Stewart began their stand-up careers here. Past performers at Stand-Up New York include: Louis C.K., Susie Essman, Mike Birbiglia, Lewis Black, Judah Friedlander, John Oliver, Jay Oakerson, Hannibal Buress, Godfrey, Dave Attell, ...
 
The Anderson-Carlson Building is a historic six-flat apartment building in the West Ridge community area of Chicago, Illinois. George E. Carlson and F. Anderson commissioned the building, which was completed in 1928 and owned by Andersons family for the first 27 years of its existence. The building was designed by Godfrey E. Larson, a Chicago architect who later worked as a field representative for the Public Works Administration. The apartment was built in the Spanish Baroque Revival style, whi...

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Malbone is one of the oldest privately owned estates in Newport, Rhode Island. Located on Malbone Road, the estate has a history dating to the mid-18th century, but the present main was built in 1848-49. The estate once served as the country residence of Colonel Godfrey Malbone (1695�1768) of Virginia and Connecticut. Colonel Malbone made his fortune as a shipping merchant and slave trader, becoming one of the wealthiest men in Newport during the 1740s through privateering and the triangle tra...
The Richard Godfrey House is a historic house located at 62 County Street in Taunton, Massachusetts. It is a 1-1- 2 story wood frame structure, with a side-gable gambrel roof (with two gable-roofed dormers), a central chimney, and clapboard siding. The main facade is five bays wide, symmetrically arranged, with a center entrance that has simple trim. It was built circa 1750 in the Neck-o-Land section of the town, near the Mill River where early industries developed. It is a rare surviving early ...
 
 
 Godfrey is a small community located about 40 minutes drive time by automobile, north of Kingston, Ontario, Canada on Hwy. 38. It is named for Chester H. Godfrey, one of the original settlers, who donated land on which the village was built. While there is currently no specific village, it can be described as the area of Highway 38 that extends between the villages of Verona and Parham, as well as that portion of Westport Road extending to the hamlet of Burridge. It also includes the former sett...
 
 
1927 establishments in Maine, USAAF First Air Force Tactical Airfields, Airfields of the United States Army Air Forces Air Transport Command in North America, Strategic Air Command military installations, Buildings and structures in Bangor, Maine, Military facilities in Maine, Facilities of the United States Air National Guard, Airfields of the United States Army Air Forces in Maine, Closed facilities of the United States Air Force, Hidden categories:, Use dmy dates from March 2013, Lists of coo...Bangor Air National Guard Base is a United States Air National Guard base. Created in 1927 as the commercial Godfrey Field, the airfield was taken over by the U.S. Army just before World War II and renamed Godfrey Army Airfield and later Dow Army Airfield. It became Dow Air Force Base in 1947, when the new U.S. Air Force took over many Army air assets. In 1968, the base was sold to the city of Bangor, Maine, to become Bangor International Airport but has since continued to host Maine Air Nationa...
 
 
The Godfrey M. Bockius House (better known locally as the Bockius - Orr House) is an Italianate�Victorian style house in a historic district in Watsonville, California. It was built in 1870 by Judge Godfrey M. Bockius, and was inhabited later by descendant Frank F. Orr, former editor of the Register-Pajaronian. Today the historical district contains the house itself, headquarters of the Pajaro Valley Historical Association and on the National Register of Historic Places, along with the Volck...
Pacific Rim National Park Reserve is a Canadian national park reserve in British Columbia made up of parks of three separate regions: Long Beach, the Broken Group Islands, and the West Coast Trail. The entire park encompasses 511 km2 (197 sq mi) of land and ocean. The park is characterized by rugged coasts and lush temperate rainforests. The park is open from mid-March until mid-October. The park was inaugurated in 1971 by Princess Anne of England. At the opening ceremony, a driftwood abstract s...
Godfrey Morgan: A Californian Mystery (French: L�cole des Robinsons, literally The School for Robinsons), also published as School for Crusoes, is an 1882 adventure novel by French writer Jules Verne. The novel tells of a wealthy young man, Godfrey Morgan who, with his deportment instructor, Professor T. Artelett, embark from San Francisco, California on a round-the-world ocean voyage. They are cast away on an uninhabited Pacific island where they must endure a series of adversities. Later the...

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The Lands of Lainshaw lie in Strathannick and were part of the Lordship of Stewarton. Lainshaw House is a category B listed^ mansion lying in a prominent position above the Annick Water and its holm in the Parish of Stewarton, Scotland. A much older Lainshaw Castle tower is contained within the several later building phases of the present day building. The names Langshaw or Langschaw were used in historic times. Law Mount near the High and Laigh Castleton farms has been suggested as the site of ...
 
 
Operation Tracer was a highly classified World War II military operation based in Gibraltar, then a British colony and military base. The impetus for the plan was the 1940 scheme by Germany to capture Gibraltar, code-named Operation Felix. Operation Tracer was the brainchild of Rear Admiral John Henry Godfrey, the Director of the Naval Intelligence Division of the British Admiralty. In 1941, he decided to establish a covert observation post at Gibraltar that would remain operational even if Gibr...
The University Dental Hospital of Manchester is part of Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. The Dental Hospital was established in 1884 in association with the School of Medicine at Owens College. It was then at Grosvenor Street, Chorlton on Medlock and in 1892 removed to another house, in Devonshire Street. Fund raising was slow in response to a public appeal and only in 1908 was the hospital able to occupy a new building on Oxford Road next to the Manchester Museum, d...
 Sandhill Lake is a small lake and park, west of the centre of Worksop, Nottinghamshire, England. It is passed by the Chesterfield Canal and a National Cycle Route, and the path around it has a circumference of 1.21 miles (1.95 km). The River Ryton passes just to the southwest of the canal. The lake, formerly known as Godfreys Pond, is popular with local anglers, and the area is also used for other leisure activities. On 3 November 2010 the park reopened after improvements under the Nottinghamshi...
Kneller Hall is a mansion in Whitton, in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames which is stone-corniced, casemented and constructed as to its ground floor central range and otherwise built of red bricks, all in the neo-Jacobethan style suitable to 19th and 20th century mansions of its scale. It consists of 17 bays, the central of which is the widest and of stained glass and the two adjacent of which are arrow-slit windows. The bays are split into five recessed or projecting ranges. Two squar...
 
1874 novels, 1870s fantasy novels, Novels by Jules Verne, 1870s science fiction novels, French science fiction novels, Science fantasy novels, American Civil War novels, Pirate books, Crossover novels, Novels set on islands, Fictional islands, Novels set in Oceania, Novels set in Virginia, Indian Rebellion of 1857, Novels about survival, Southern United States in fiction, Dogs in literature, Fictional orangutans, Castaways in fiction, Adventure novels, Uninhabited islands in fiction, Hidden cate...The Mysterious Island (French: L�le mystérieuse) is a novel by Jules Verne, published in 1874. The original edition, published by Hetzel, contains a number of illustrations by Jules Férat. The novel is a crossover sequel to Vernes famous Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea and In Search of the Castaways, though its themes are vastly different from those books. An early draft of the novel, initially rejected by Vernes publisher and wholly reconceived before publication, was titled Shipwreck...
 Hadley Upland (68°29�S 66°24�W 68.483°S 66.400°W -68.483; -66.400Coordinates: 68°29�S 66°24�W 68.483°S 66.400°W -68.483; -66.400) is a triangular shaped remnant plateau with an undulating surface, 1,500 to 1,900 metres (4,900 to 6,200 ft), in southern Graham Land, Antarctica. It is bounded by Windy Valley and Martin Glacier, Gibbs Glacier and Lammers Glacier. The existence of this upland was known to the United States Antarctic Service, 1939�41, Finn Ronne and...
 Lammers Glacier (68°37�S 66°10�W 68.617°S 66.167°W -68.617; -66.167Coordinates: 68°37�S 66°10�W 68.617°S 66.167°W -68.617; -66.167) is a large glacier flowing east along the north side of Godfrey Upland into the Traffic Circle and Mercator Ice Piedmont, on the east coast of Graham Land, Antarctica. This glacier appears indistinctly in an aerial photograph taken by Sir Hubert Wilkins on December 20, 1928, but shows more clearly in aerial photographs taken by Linc...

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 Traffic Circle is a glacier-filled expanse 500 m high, situated south of Mount Ptolemy and medially on Antarctic Peninsula between Marguerite Bay and Mobiloil Inlet. Hub Nunatak rises from the center of the Traffic Circle. From this position, five glacial troughs radiate like the spokes of a wheel. One connects on the north with Gibbs Glacier and Neny Glacier, leading to Neny Fjord. Another connects on the west with Lammers Glacier and Windy Valley, leading to Mikkelsen Bay. A third, Cole Glacie...
 Meridian Glacier (68°45�S 66°37�W 68.750°S 66.617°W -68.750; -66.617Coordinates: 68°45�S 66°37�W 68.750°S 66.617°W -68.750; -66.617) is a broad glacier, 9 nautical miles (17 km) long, which flows south along the west side of Godfrey Upland and joins Clarke Glacier between Behaim Peak and Elton Hill, in southern Graham Land, Antarctica. Finn Ronne and Carl R. Eklund of the United States Antarctic Service travelled along this glacier in January 1941. It was photog...
 Godfrey Upland (68°44�S 66°23�W 68.733°S 66.383°W -68.733; -66.383Coordinates: 68°44�S 66°23�W 68.733°S 66.383°W -68.733; -66.383) is a small remnant plateau with an undulating surface and a mean elevation of 1,500 metres (5,000 ft) in south-central Graham Land, Antarctica. It is bounded by Clarke, Meridian, Lammers and Cole Glaciers. The existence of the feature was known to the United States Antarctic Service, 1939�41, Finn Ronne and Carl R. Eklund having tr...
 The Holden Nunataks are a group of about four nunataks rising to 1,500 metres (4,900 ft) near the head of Mosby Glacier, to the south of the Journal Peaks in south-central Palmer Land, Antarctica. They were mapped by the United States Geological Survey from aerial photographs taken by the U.S. Navy, 1966�69. The group was surveyed by the British Antarctic Survey (BAS), 1974�75, and named by the UK Antarctic Place-Names Committee after Godfrey A. Holden, a BAS general assistant who took part ...
 Waterfalls is the name of a residential suburb in the south of Harare, Zimbabwe. The neighbourhoods within Waterfalls are Derbyshire, Grobbie Park, Houghton Park, Induna Park, Midlands, Mainway Meadows, Malvern (named after Godfrey Huggins), Parktown, Uplands and Shortstone . It is bordered by Highfield, Glen Norah, Hatfield, Mbare, Prospect Park and Ardbennie. The suburb was named after the rapids on the Mukuvisi River which flows through the Houghton Park-Parktown areas. Administratively, Wate...
 The Department of Mineral Resources is a department of the national government of South Africa which is responsible for overseeing the mining industry of South Africa and the exploitation of the countrys mineral resources. The departments origins lie the creation in the 1890s of the Department van Mijnwezen (Department of Mining) in the government of the Transvaal Republic. It has existed under its current name since 2009 when the Department of Minerals and Energy was divided and the Department ...
 St. Xaviers School, Gandhinagar, began in the year 1970, at the invitation of the Government of Gujarat. It began as a joint venture with Mt. Carmel school, Gandhinagar and hence was aptly named Xaviers-Carmel. The school was situated in Sector 20 initially and then land was allotted to the management to develop an independent building in Sector 8. Rev. Fr. Charles Gomes, S.J. was the first Principal who had a vision to develop a good Catholic school in the new capital city of Gujarat. He was fo...
 
Makepeace Island is a small heart shaped island resort located in the Noosa River on Australias Sunshine Coast. The island is currently owned by Virgin Australia (formerly known as Virgin Blue) founding partners, Brett Godfrey and Sir Richard Branson. The island is Sir Richard Bransons Australian home and can hold up to 22 guests accommodated in three 2-bedroom villas and a 4 bedroom Bali House wing. The property has a tennis court, theatre, two-storey Balinese Wantilan, 500,000-litre pool and i...
 
Garratt Road Bridge consists of two adjacent bridges over the Swan River, linking the suburbs of Bayswater and Ascot in Perth, Western Australia. The upstream bridge was built in 1935, while the matching downstream bridge was built in 1972. The site was significant prior to the construction of Garratt Road Bridge � it featured in Aboriginal mythology, and was in the near vicinity of 1880s bridges for pedestrians and trains. From that time there were various proposal to provide a vehicular cros...

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  Godfrey Road is a former census-designated place (CDP) in Broward County, Florida, United States. The population was 172 at the 2000 census. Godfrey Road was annexed by the city of Parkland, Florida in 2006.  

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