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  • Cheraw Mayor Scott Hunter said some 60 antebellum homes made it through the Civil War, and he's determined to save the town's historic, white-pillared post office, built in the 1930s, with molding and detail work that is "just awesome to see."

    Post Office History for Sale

  • I saw Audubon Park and the old stone buildings of Tulane University ahead, and I veered toward Magazine, which separated the colored slums from the Garden District, and passed right over a lawn party that was in progress between two beautiful, white-pillared, iron-scrolled homes that were surrounded with oak and mimosa trees.

    The Convict and Other Stories

  • They were standing in front of a tall white house with a white-pillared entrance.

    Clockwork Angel

  • There are 330 student clubs and organizations, a fabulous sports facility, over 100 possible majors, all taking place in a gorgeous setting of stately white-pillared, red brick buildings.

    The mostly good news about the last one heading for college

  • Robert Leleux writes about his Texas boyhood and, in particular, the day in which his father left both he and his mother on a horse ranch with his parents in a "white-pillared house" that they can't really afford.

    This Week's New Book Releases: 1/6-1/12

  • The white-pillared dwelling just beyond was the home of Henry and Clover Adams from 1880 through 1885.

    The Five of Hearts

  • The white-pillared dwelling just beyond was the home of Henry and Clover Adams from 1880 through 1885.

    The Five of Hearts

  • Past bare trees and wintry fields the three horsemen trotted toward the white-pillared porch and the green shuttered windows, aglow with candlelight.

    Washington's Gift

  • The Homestead was situated on fifteen thousand acres of forest and streams in the Allegheny Mountains, the main section of the hotel dark red brick with white-pillared colonnades.

    CRUEL AND UNUSUAL

  • The Homestead was situated on fifteen thousand acres of forest and streams in the Allegheny Mountains, the main section of the hotel dark red brick with white-pillared colonnades.

    CRUEL AND UNUSUAL

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