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7.  Historic American Buildings Survey W. N. Manning, Photographer, January 4, 1935. VIEW ACROSS DRAWING ROOMS AND HALLWAY. - Dr. E. W. Daugette House, 601 North Pelham Road, Jacksonville, Calhoun County, AL

7. Historic American Buildings Survey W. N. Manning, Photographer, January 4, 1935. VIEW ACROSS DRAWING ROOMS AND HALLWAY. - Dr. E. W. Daugette House, 601 North Pelham Road, Jacksonville, Calhoun County, AL

Louisiana plantation house in 1950s

Louisiana plantation house in 1950s

Hampton Plantation in 1923. Soulful, haunted, beautiful.

Hampton Plantation in 1923. Soulful, haunted, beautiful.

Oak Alley

Oak Alley

Florida Memory - Group on horseback in front of plantation home - Pensacola, Florida

Florida Memory - Group on horseback in front of plantation home - Pensacola, Florida

Southwood Plantation   Credit this photo: State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory, http://floridamemory.com/items/show/25980 (please include photographer's name when noted).

Southwood Plantation Credit this photo: State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory, http://floridamemory.com/items/show/25980 (please include photographer's name when noted).

The Wedge, South Santee, built 1826. -- Charleston County (S.C.) -- Property now houses the University of South Carolina's International Center for Public Health Research

The Wedge, South Santee, built 1826. -- Charleston County (S.C.) -- Property now houses the University of South Carolina's International Center for Public Health Research

Oak Alley Plantation with cattle grazing out front and cattle living inside for 12 years!

Oak Alley Plantation with cattle grazing out front and cattle living inside for 12 years!

Seven Oaks Plantation (Petit Desert), Westwego Louisiana

Seven Oaks Plantation (Petit Desert), Westwego Louisiana

Terre Aux Lilas Plantation, the "sister" plantation of Ashland/Belle Helene Plantation. These plantations are considered twin plantations due to the similar appearance. It is believed Ashland/Belle Helene was built first by famed architect, James Gallier. It's design was then mimicked by a lesser known architect across the river, in the form of Terre Aux Lilas. This is one of the only surviving photographs of this plantation, courtesy of Dr. Robert Judice, owner of L'Hermitage Plantatation.

Terre Aux Lilas Plantation, the "sister" plantation of Ashland/Belle Helene Plantation. These plantations are considered twin plantations due to the similar appearance. It is believed Ashland/Belle Helene was built first by famed architect, James Gallier. It's design was then mimicked by a lesser known architect across the river, in the form of Terre Aux Lilas. This is one of the only surviving photographs of this plantation, courtesy of Dr. Robert Judice, owner of L'Hermitage Plantatation.