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Cooper House.jpg
This house was built by Dr. John Haden in 1886. He had two sons at the University. The house was first leased to W.P. Stone in 1890 and to Mrs. S. Bell in 1891 under William Howe. After Mrs. Bell, this was the first house Mary Love Washington Hunt…

Gatta House002_small.jpg
This cottage was built by Frank Marquet, a local Carpenter and Leaseholder, in 1871. A decade later the cottage was bought by Bishop William Mercer Green for his daughter, Sallie Cotton. Bishop Green was Episcopal Bishop and Fourth Chancellor of the…

de Rossett House004.jpg
This house was built by a John W. Elam in 1872 on the west side of University Avenue across from Kendal. In 1886 the lease was still held by Mrs. Mary Elam. In 1897 Dr. W. F. Shine lived there for several years. He was probably Dr. Francis Wyles…

de Rossett House002.jpg
This house was built by a John W. Elam in 1872 on the west side of University Avenue across from Kendal. In 1886 the lease was still held by Mrs. Mary Elam. In 1897 Dr. W. F. Shine lived there for several years. He was probably Dr. Francis Wyles…

de Rossett House001.jpg
This house was built by a John W. Elam in 1872 on the west side of University Avenue across from Kendal. In 1886 the lease was still held by Mrs. Mary Elam. In 1897 Dr. W. F. Shine lived there for several years. He was probably Dr. Francis Wyles…

Kendal004.jpg
This was one of the first residences built in Sewanee. The house is of Downing country architecture and is described as variegated in color. There were at least three cottages surrounding the main house and it is believed that Jack Carter House and…

Kendal001.jpg
This was one of the first residences built in Sewanee. The house is reminiscent of Downing’s country architecture styles (Andrew Jackson Downing’s The Architecture of Country Houses) and was described as variegated in color. There were at least three…

Kendal002 (2).jpg
This was one of the first residences built in Sewanee. The house is reminiscent of Downing’s country architecture styles (Andrew Jackson Downing’s The Architecture of Country Houses) and was described as variegated in color. There were at least three…

Kendal003.jpg
This was one of the first residences built in Sewanee. The house is reminiscent of Downing’s country architecture styles (Andrew Jackson Downing’s The Architecture of Country Houses) and was described as variegated in color. There were at least three…

Kendal005.jpg
This was one of the first residences built in Sewanee. The house is reminiscent of Downing’s country architecture styles (Andrew Jackson Downing’s The Architecture of Country Houses) and was described as variegated in color. There were at least three…
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