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|Statement||Daniel E. Turbeville III.|
|LC Classifications||F899.B4 T87|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 285 p. :|
|Number of Pages||285|
|LC Control Number||78100668|
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At home on the hill: a historical album of an early 20th century neighborhood on Sehome Hill by Sehome History Group. Notes on the history of some of the other buildings are adapted from Turbeville, Daniel E. III,An Illustrated Inventory of Historic Bellingham Buildingspp.Bellingham Municipal Arts Commission.
This list is arranged by numbers assigned in the City Center Design Standards. Notes on the history of some of the other buildings are adapted from Turbeville, Daniel E. III,An Illustrated Inventory of Historic Bellingham Buildingspp.
Bellingham Municipal Arts Commission. W Champion St. and buildings to the north--these streets run N-S or E-W The upper floor was originally professional offices, since housing the Savoy Hotel apartments.
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12, Turbeville is an Oregon native who received an M.A. in geography from Western Washington University in He served as map curator at Western and worked with James Scott of the CPNW to produce the Illustrated Inventory of Historic Bellingham Buildings, His book on the Interurban is a very.
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