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Cumberland, Maryland
Art, General, History, Historic House, Library
The F. Brooke Whiting House & Museum is a 1911 bungalow of stucco plaster that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. George Sansbury, a notable Cumberland architect, designed the boyhood home of F. Brooke Whiting. The home is furnished with family antiques, eclectic collections, and a vast library.
Geneva, Illinois
Culture, History, Historic House, Park
The Fabyan Villa was the home of Colonel George and Nelle Fabyan from 1905-1939. Riverbank, the name they bestowed upon their property, was initially a country retreat from their home in Chicago. They hired Frank Lloyd Wright in 1907 to enlarge and re-model the existing farmhouse and shortly thereafter took up permanent residence at the Villa, as they called their home.
Geneva, Illinois
Arboretum, Art, Botanical Garden, Children's, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Nature Centers, Park
When visiting the Villa Museum, you discover the Fabyans' uniquely fascinating legacy. The Frank Lloyd Wright Prairie-style house contains the Fabyans' private collection of Asian artifacts, natural history specimens, original furniture- just to name a few! The captivating combination of history, architecture, military intrigue, and personal exploration is designed to make the Fabyan Villa Museum a delight for persons of all ages and backgrounds.
Fairbanks, Alaska
Culture, History, Library
In 1967 FNA was incorporated as a nonprofit under the laws of the State of Alaska. Membership then as it is now was open to Alaska Natives and American Indians of one-quarter blood or greater who once a year elect a nine-person board of directors. Today FNA is a powerful and influential Native American voice in Alaska.
Fairbury, Nebraska
Culture, General, History, Library, Science
The Fairbury City Museum has been located for many years on the west side of the square in downtown Fairbury. The museum opened in its new location, the former West Ward School, in the fall of 1998. This move has enabled us to present our collection in a much more pleasant atmosphere and encourages visitors to more fully explore all the treasures which had previously been hidden.
Fairbury, Illinois
History
Fairbury Echoes Museum was initiated to preserve local history and items of long-ago living. A permanent display of items from area businesses, schools, churches, organizations and people occupies two rooms of the museum. A third room features household and clothing items donated by the museum's original benefactors, Floyd and Marion Stafford. The fourth room is a reading and reference room full of interesting items.
Fairfax, Virginia
History, Historic House, Natural History, Nature Centers
The Park Authority operates several parks that feature historical, science and nature programs.
Fairfax, Virginia
History
The Museum and Visitor Center and City of Fairfax provide a strategic base for visiting Washington, D.C., Manassas, the Tysons Corner area, and Northern Virginia including the Shenandoah Valley and Skyline Drive.The Visitor Center offers information about lodging, restaurants, transportation, historic and natural attractions, and special events for tourists and residents. Volunteers are needed and welcome.
Winnsboro, South Carolina
History
Lancaster, Ohio
History
Fairfield, Washington
History
Fairhaven, Massachusetts
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
Since October 1992, the Fairhaven Historical Society has operated a museum in the Fairhaven Academy Building, 141 Main Street, Fairhaven MA. The building was built as a private school in 1798.
Fairmount, Indiana
History, Historic House
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
History, Specialized
Fairport, New York
History, Historic House, Historical Society
The Fairport Museum is divided into three areas of interest. The south wing showcases domestic and family life including costumes and accessories, the north wing focuses on our early history with displays on early settlers, farming, canal development and area industry. Located in the west end is a general store with history publications and gift items for sale.
Fairview, Utah
Art, General, History, Library
General: Historical artifacts, art (sculpture and painting), humanities lectures, school tours, local historic archive, oral history collection, family history collection. New Columbian Mammoth skeleton, extensive Avard Fairbank sculpture collection.
McMinnville, Tennessee
Culture, History, Historic House
In 1896, entrepreneur Clay Faulkner told his wife Mary he'd build her "the finest mansion in the region" if she would move next to their woolen mill, 2-1/2 miles from downtown McMinnville.
Fall River, Massachusetts
History, Specialized
Coatesville, Pennsylvania
History, Historical Society
Gering, Nebraska
General, History, Science, Specialized
"To preserve and interpret the agricultural heritage of the High Plains."
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