History: The Tyee Restaurant originally began as a small, single room barber shop located on the corner of Main Street and Terry Road. In 1926, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Partridge purchased the building from Walt Stoddard and added a dining room. In 1929, the structure was moved to its present location and the second story was added. Pat’s Place contained a restaurant, hotel, barber shop and confectionery store. It became a landmark in the area due to the friendliness of the Partridge’s. Pat’s Place sponsored the local baseball team, served school lunches, provided housing for local school teachers, and rented rooms to traveling salesmen and others.
Description: False Front Commercial. Wood frame set on post and block/concrete foundation; 1-story false front addition on south façade and 1-story flat roof addition on east façade; 2-stories
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Lost River General Store, also known as Lost River Store House, is a historic general store located on the grounds of The Inn at Lost River at Lost River, Hardy County, West Virginia. It was built in 1898, and is a two-story, front gable, wood frame building with a one-story front porch. The front section measures approximately 20 feet by 40 feet. The store building was renovated in the 1990s. From the early 1900s (decade) until 1979, the building also housed the Lost River Post Office. Also on the property is an outhouse that may have been built in the 1930s by a Works Progress Administration (WPA) crew. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2005.
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30 North King Street
Leesburg, VA 20176
St. John the Apostle Roman Catholic Church, 231 N King St, Leesburg, Virginia
Statue inscription: In memory of the Confederate Soldiers of Loudoun County, Va. Erected May 28, 1908.
The Loudoun County Courthouse, first occupied in 1895, is the third on this site, which was designated for that use on the 1759 plat of Leesburg. On 12 Aug. 1776, the Declaration of Independence was read from the doorway of the first courthouse. The second was built of brick in the Federal style about 1811. The Marquis de Lafayette, on his grand tour of the United States, was entertained here on 9 Aug. 1825. President John Quincy Adams and former president James Monroe, who then lived near Leesburg, escorted him. In 1894, the Norris brothers, of Leesburg, built this courthouse designed by William C. West, of Richmond, in the Classical style.
Statue's inscription reads, “In memory of the Confederate Soldiers of Loudoun County, Va. Erected May 28, 1908.”
Shepherd's Mill is a gristmill built some time prior to 1739 by Thomas Shepherd, Sr. as a two-story structure.
Potomac Mills/Boteler’s Cement Mill, circa 1828