Architecture

10 Texas Courthouses in All Their Glory: Part Two

Lockhart, Dallas, Victoria, Denton, and Gatesville, Texas

Standing Texas tall and proud, here are five more century-old architectural masterpieces scattered across the Lone Star State

The Celebrated Sweet Springs of Eastern West Virginia

Sweet Springs, West Virginia

One of the finest in the world in its nineteenth-century heyday, this is one spring-based resort that may be headed for a comeback

How Industry Changed the South: A Story of Three Cities

Greensboro and Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and Roanoke, Virginia

Cities in the post-War South had something to prove: To be wealthy and successful, you didn’t have to live on a plantation with acres of land in the country

10 Texas Courthouses in All Their Glory: Part One

Fort Worth, Marshall, Waxahachie, Marfa, and San Antonio, Texas

With scores of historic beauties to choose from, we’ve narrowed the scope to ten of the best historic courthouses in the architecturally-rich state of Texas

Gorgeous Gaineswood

Demopolis, Alabama

With nothing but a dogtrot cabin for a starting point, amateur architect Bryan Whitfield created the neoclassical home of the century

Architectural Grace for Rent

Starkville, Mississippi

The Cotton District of Starkville, Mississippi, where designer/builder/landlord Dan Camp was doing the best of New Urban design before New Urbanism had a name.

Miss Adelicia’s Beautiful Belmont Mansion

Nashville, Tennessee

The story of one of Nashville’s most remarkable homes is predominantly the story of one of her most remarkable women.

Old Fort Jackson and Savannah in the Civil War

Savannah, Georgia

Built over 200 years ago, Georgia’s oldest brick fort stands as a memorial to Savannah’s part to play in a War that ravaged the South

Downtown in the Oldest Town in Texas

Nacogdoches, Texas

Folks have been coming to and through Nacogdoches for a long time, and for good reason—it’s not only the Gateway to the rest of Texas but one of the state’s finest jewels

Old Sheldon Church

Yemassee, South Carolina

Likely the first church in America to be built in temple style, Old Sheldon Church is an abridged history of South Carolina and, to some extent, the entire South

Meet Me at Cotham’s

Scott, Arkansas

A hundred years old, built on piers out over a bayou, and one of former President Bill Clinton’s favorite places to meet and eat in his home state of Arkansas

Charlottesville and UVA: The Past Rises from the Soil

Charlottesville, Virginia

Writer and former football coach Jay Paterno reflects on his time at the University of Virginia at Charlottesville, where “the voices of long ago yet speak”