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THE WHEELER HOUSE, ORFORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE.

It is believed this house was done by Bullfinch.


THE HAVEN HOUSE AT PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE. Built about 1800. The porch and doorway, window caps and cornice help to relieve the squareness of the design.


GOVERNOR WOODBURY MANSION, NEAR PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE. Built in 1809 by Captain Samuel Ham. Purchases by Levi Woodbury (Governor of New Hampshire 1823-1824) in 1839.


BOARDMAN HOUSE AT PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE. Built by Langley Boardman, an excellent cabinetmaker, about 1800. The front hall, which was papered in 1816, shows scenes from Sir Walter Scott's "Lady of the Lake" and still appears in excellent condition. The front is treated with plain siding.


THE TREADWELL HOUSE, PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE. Built in 1750.


THE GOVERNOR LANGDON HOUSE, PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE. Built in 1784.
THE GOVERNOR BENNING WENTWORTH HOUSE, LITTLE HARBOR, PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE. Built in 1750.
THE BUCKMINSTER HOUSE, PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE. Built in 1720 by Daniel Warner.
HOUSE AT 363 STATE STREET, PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE.
THE JACOB WENDELL HOUSE, PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE. Built in 1789 by Jeremiah Hill.


HOUSE AT 124 PLEASANT STREET, PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE.
THE SAMUEL LORD HOUSE, PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE. Built in 1730 by Captain Purcell. The home of John Paul Jones during his stay in Portsmouth.


THE WENTWORTH-GARDNER HOUSE, PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE, Built in 1760.


Source: Research by Bryan Wright

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