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This is George F. Barber's home in Knoxville TN, 1889

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jals

Cool house. The color scheme is interesting.

PRUDTY19

Bibliophile,
I love the old George Barber homes and I have pictures of many of them. I have not had the pleasure of touring any of them, but I would certainly love to. I also have a small doll collection. Thanks for posting.

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Nice old classic house.

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The home of architect George Barber (1635 Washington Avenue) in the Parkridge community of Knoxville, Tennessee, USA. Built in 1889, this is the first house Barber designed for himself. He lived in the house until 1895, when built a new house (no longer standing) a few blocks away. Barber's brother, Manley, lived in the house from 1903 until 1914.
Source: Wikimedia

PRUDITY19, I just looked at your personal profile, and you are one fortunate lady. To have
so many descendants to pass on your name and memory. I am a genealogist as well as
Bibliophile and Dollcollector on Jigidi. My mother is distantly related to the Barber
family thru marriage. I would love to tour this house, have you by any chance done so.

Thanks for posting, my favorite view of this house, would be from the upstairs porch.
I wonder what it would look out on, the street of course, but what would be across
the street, I wonder.

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