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Central City Historic District

Central City Historic District may refer to: Central City Commercial Historic District, Central City, IA, listed on the NRHP in Iowa West Point Central City Historic District, West Point, MS, listed on the NRHP in Mississippi Saginaw Central City ...

RHHS

RHHS may refer to: Richmond Hill High School disambiguation, several schools Richmond Hill High School Georgia, in Richmond Hill Ribston Hall High School, Gloucestershire, UK Randolph-Henry High School, Charlotte Court House, Virginia Richmond Hi ...

Middlefield

Middlefield can refer to: Scotland Middlefield, Falkirk Middlefield, Aberdeen United States Middlefield, Connecticut Middlefield, New York Middlefield, Ohio Middlefield, Massachusetts Middlefield VTA, a light rail station in Mountain View, Califo ...

Camp Arrowhead

Camp Arrowhead can refer to: Camp Arrowhead Missouri, a Boy and Cub Scout camp in Marshfield, Missouri operated by the Ozark Trails Council. Camp Arrowhead Washington, a Girl Scout campground in Stevenson, Washington Camp Arrowhead Alabama, a cam ...

Banks House

Banks House may refer to: Ralph Banks Place, Elberton, Georgia, listed on the NRHP in Georgia Banks House Hiwasse, Arkansas, listed on the NRHP in Arkansas Banks-Mack House, Fort Mill, South Carolina, listed on the NRHP in South Carolina Root-Ban ...

Avon Park

Avon Park may refer to: Avon Park Historic District, a district on the National Register of Historic Places Avon Park, Florida, a city in Highlands County, Florida, U.S. Avon Park Executive Airport, a public airport nearby Avon Park High School, ...

WPNS

WPNS may refer to: Western Pacific Naval Symposium WPVQ AM, a radio station 700 AM licensed to serve Orange-Athol, Massachusetts, United States, which held the call sign WPNS from 1987 to 1988 WNWF, a radio station 1470 AM licensed to serve Everg ...

Terry Whitmore

Terry Whitmore was born on March 6, 1947 and grew up in Memphis, Tennessee. He graduated from high school and then enlisted in the Marines in fall of 1966. Whitmore believed that he would have been drafted anyway, and voluntarily enlisting meant ...

Spruce Creek

Spruce Creek may refer to: In Florida: Spruce Creek High School, a high school located in Port Orange Spruce Creek Airport, an airpark located in Port Orange Spruce Creek Florida, a stream that runs through Port Orange and New Smyrna Beach In Iow ...

Blalock

Blalock may refer to: Lake Blalock, reservoir in Spartanburg County, South Carolina Blalock surname Blalock, Oregon, a former community in the United States Blalock, Georgia, an unincorporated community

Discount

Discount may refer to: Discount film, French comedy-drama film Discount band, punk rock band that formed in Vero Beach, Florida in 1995 and disbanded in 2000 Titled works "Discounts" song, 2020 single by American rapper Cupcakke Discounts and all ...

Howle

Howle is a surname. Notable people with this name include: Ryan Howle, British game show contestant on Britains Best Brain Walker Howle, American rock musician for Dead Confederate Emmet Howle, American college football player for 2015 The Citade ...

Orange Bowl (disambiguation)

The Orange Bowl is an annual college football bowl game. Orange Bowl may also refer to: One of two tennis tournaments, one for juniors and the other for youth Orange Bowl tennis, an ITF Grade A, USTA Level 1 junior tennis tournament, held in Key ...

Stickney House

Stickney House may refer to: in the United States by state then city Stickney House Lockport, New York, listed on the NRHP in Niagara County George Stickney House, Woodstock, Illinois, listed on the NRHP in McHenry County Stickney-Shepard House, ...

Harrisburg High School

Harrisburg High School may refer to: Harrisburg High School Oregon, located in Harrisburg, Oregon Harrisburg Technical High School, located in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Harrisburg High School Pennsylvania, located in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Harri ...

Clodoaldo Soto Ruiz

He taught Quechua for more than 25 years at the University of Illinois. He published dictionaries, a grammar book on Ayacucho Quechua, articles, and his pedagogical Quechua manual which is widely used by many students and teachers around the worl ...

Cutright

Cutright may refer to: Jane Cutright, editor of The Petersburg Observer in Petersburg, Illinois Simon Cutright b. July 20, 1974, aka Simon Rex, American actor and rapper. Paul Russell Cutright, American historian and biologist Jay Cutright of Cut ...

WAVQ

WAVQ may refer to: WSTK, a radio station 104.5 FM licensed to serve Aurora, North Carolina, United States, which held call sign WAVQ from November 2008 to February 2009 WYBX, a radio station 89.3 FM licensed to serve Key West, Florida, United Sta ...

Kurt Lightner

Kurt Lightner is an artist working in various media including graphic as well as performance art. He is originally from Des Moines, IA and currently resides in Goteborg, Sweden. He did the front cover picture for the album, Making God Smile: An A ...

ACHS

ACHS may refer to: American schools: Adolfo Camarillo High School, Camarillo, California Argo Community High School, Summit, Illinois Archbishop Carroll High School, Washington, D.C. Allen Central High School, Eastern, Kentucky Atlantic City High ...

Kirk House

Kirk House can refer to: In the United States ordered by state Kirk House Narrowsburg, New York, listed on the NRHP in Sullivan County, New York Col. Edward N. Kirk House, listed on the NRHP in Sterling, Illinois Sennett and Bertha Kirk House, li ...

Buffalo station

Buffalo station could refer to: Buffalo–Depew station, a train station in Depew, New York, US Buffalo railway station, a former railway station in South Gippsland, Victoria, Canada Buffalo–Exchange Street station, a train station in Buffalo, New ...

Cedar Point (disambiguation)

Canada Cedar Point Provincial Park, named after the eponymous point on Quesnel Lake in British Columbias Cariboo region Cedar Point, Ontario, one of two communities in Ontario United States Cedar Point, Indiana Cedar Point, North Carolina Cedar P ...

Justice Carter

Justice Carter may refer to: James H. Carter, an Associate Justice of the Iowa Supreme Court Francis B. Carter, an Associate Justice of the Florida Supreme Court Orrin N. Carter, an Associate Justice of the Illinois Supreme Court Gene Carter, an ...

Oakwood Historic District

Oakwood Historic District may refer to: Oakwood Historic District, East Lansing, MI Oakwood Historic District Raleigh, North Carolina, listed on the NRHP in North Carolina Oakwood Historic District High Point, North Carolina, listed on the NRHP i ...

Emery House

Emery House, and variations, may refer to: Welsh–Emery House, Richeyville, PA, listed on the NRHP in Pennsylvania James Emery House, Bucksport, ME, listed on the NRHP in Maine Emery House Highpine, Maine, listed on the NRHP in Maine Steward–Emery ...

Lincolnshire (disambiguation)

Lincolnshire is a county that is mainly in the East Midlands of, and partly in the Yorkshire and Humber region, England It may also refer to: Lincolnshire Poacher numbers station, a shortwave radio station. Lincolnshire, Kentucky, United States T ...

69th Regiment

69th Regiment may refer to: 69th Armor Regiment, an armoured unit of the US Army 69th Infantry Regiment New York, an infantry unit of the US Army 69th South Lincolnshire Regiment of Foot, an infantry regiment of the British Army 69th Infantry Reg ...

Melrose Park

In Australia: Melrose Park, New South Wales Melrose Park, South Australia In the United States: Melrose Park, New York Melrose Park, Florida Melrose Park, Illinois Melrose Park, Pennsylvania

WMVN

WMVN may refer to: WCIO, a radio station 96.7 FM licensed to Oswego, New York, United States, which used the call sign WMVN from September to December 2009 WMVN FM, a radio station 100.3 FM licensed to Sylvan Beach, New York, United States WXOS, ...

Plainfield High School

Plainfield High School may refer to: Plainfield High School Indiana Plainfield High School Illinois Plainfield South High School - Plainfield, Illinois South Plainfield High School - South Plainfield, New Jersey Plainfield High School New Jersey ...

Morton House

Morton House or Morton Mansion may refer to: Morton-Myer House, Boonville, MO, listed on the NRHP in Missouri Morton House Ennis, Texas, listed on the NRHP in Texas Morton House, Norwood, PA, listed on the NRHP in Pennsylvania Samuel S. Morton Ho ...

Wayne High School

Wayne High School can refer to: Wayne High School Nebraska in Wayne, Nebraska Wayne High School Ohio in Huber Heights, Ohio Wayne High School Utah in Bicknell, Utah Wayne County High School Kentucky in Monticello, Kentucky Wayne Memorial High Sch ...

Rocky Run

Rocky Run may refer to: Rocky Run Susquehanna River tributary, a tributary of the Susquehanna River in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, United States Rocky Run, Wisconsin, an unincorporated community in Portage County, Wisconsin, United States Rocky ...

Peters House

Peters House may refer to: Peters House Florissant, Missouri, listed on the NRHP in Missouri Louis H. Peters House, Washington, MO, listed on the NRHP in Missouri Edward C. Peters House, Atlanta, GA, listed on the National Register of Historic Pl ...

Polygonal Barn

by state then town Ben Colter Polygonal Barn, St. Marys Township, Adams County, Indiana, listed on the National Register of Historic Places NRHP Polygonal Barn, Lincoln Township, Johnson County, Iowa, NRHP-listed Thomas Reburn Polygonal Barn, New ...

Schmidt House

Schmidt House may refer to: in the United States by state F. W. Schmidt House, Olympia, Washington, listed on the NRHP in Washington George Schmidt House, Denver, Colorado, listed on the NRHP in Colorado Claus and Hannchen Schmidt House, Grants P ...

Hughes House

Hughes House may refer to: David and M. Maria Hughes House, Williamsburg, Iowa Hughes-Cunningham House, Hedgesville, West Virginia Charles Evans Hughes House, Washington, D.C. Mason-Hughes House, San Angelo, Texas George Hughes House, Stroud, Okl ...

Newton High School

Newton High School may refer to: Newton North High School - Newton, Massachusetts Newton High School Massachusetts - Newton, Massachusetts The original school Newton High School Mississippi - Newton, Mississippi Newton-Conover High School - Newto ...

St. Peters Catholic Church

St. Peters Catholic Church or St. Peters Catholic Church may refer to: St. Peters Catholic Church Canton, Ohio St. Peters Catholic Church Wibaux, Montana, listed on the NRHP in Montana St. Peters Catholic Church Jefferson, South Dakota, listed on ...

Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church

Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church may refer to: Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church and Rectory Poughkeepsie, New York Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church Bridgeville, Delaware Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church Orangeburg, South Carolina Trinity ...

Cowles House

Cowles House may refer to: in the United States by state Brown-Cowles House and Cowles Law Office, Wilkesboro, NC, listed on the NRHP in North Carolina Cowles House East Lansing, Michigan, at Michigan State University W. T. Cowles House, Glens Fa ...

Union Block

Union Block may refer to: in the United States Union Block Saline, Michigan, listed on the NRHP in Michigan Union Block Nunda, New York, listed on the NRHP in New York Union Block Lima, Ohio, listed on the NRHP in Ohio Union Block Brigham City, U ...

West Union

West Union may refer to several places in the United States: Dallas, West Virginia, also known as "West Union, West Virginia" West Union, Indiana West Union, South Carolina West Union, Oregon West Union, Missouri West Union, Ohio West Union, Iowa ...

Memorial Union

Memorial Union may refer to: Coffman Memorial Union at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities in Minneapolis, Minnesota Memorial Union University of Oklahoma at University of Oklahoma in Norman, Oklahoma Purdue Memorial Union at Purdue Universit ...

Grimes House

Grimes House may refer to: in the United States by state then city Willis Grimes House, Danville, Kentucky, NRHP-listed in Boyle County Grimes House and Mill Complex, Lexington, Kentucky, NRHP-listed in Fayette County Grimes House Hillsboro, Texa ...

Pilgrim Congregational Church

by state Pilgrim Congregational Church Worcester, Massachusetts, NRHP-listed Pilgrim Congregational Church Cleveland, Ohio, NRHP-listed Pilgrim Congregational Church Arkansas City, Kansas, listed on the National Register of Historic Places NRHP P ...

Rockwell House

Rockwell House may refer to: in the United States by state then city Stoddard Rockwell House, Lumpkin, Georgia, listed on the NRHP in Stewart County Perkins-Rockwell House, Norwich, Connecticut, NRHP-listed, also known as the Dr. John Rockwell Ho ...

Brookside Park

Brookside Park may refer to: Brookside Park, Kansas City, a neighborhood in Kansas City, Missouri, United States Brookside Park, Los Angeles, a neighborhood in Los Angeles, California, United States Brookside Park, a park in Old Brooklyn, Clevela ...

Mount Zion Church

by state, then city/town Mount Zion Church and Cemetery Hallsville, Missouri, listed on the National Register of Historic Places NRHP in Boone County Mt. Zion Church and Cemetery Elkhorn, Tennessee, listed on the NRHP in Henry County Mt. Zion Chr ...