Burritt Smith-Williams House

Behind Burritt Mansion is a historic park. There are several examples of 19th century buildings. Here you see the Smith-Williams house, circa 1868, and a barn built about 1890. The house and barn both possess a "dogtrot" or breezeway.


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Uploaded: 21/07/2013
Updated: 07/07/2014


Tags: museum; beautiful; 19 century; buildings; park
  • Barbara over 1 year ago
    Amazing photography. I felt like I was standing inside the picture. These pictures were taken by a very dedicated and talented photographer.
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