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Monticello, Arkansas. Built in 1906, the Allen House is located along North Main Street and features gothic-style architecture and wrought-iron fencing. The house was planned by local businessman Joe Lee Allen to be the most impressive house the town had ever seen. Unfortunately in December 1948 the family experienced a grave tragedy – their daughter, Ladell, consumed mercury cyanide-laced punch in the house’s master suite. Out of grief, her mother sealed off the room and it would not be entered by anyone for nearly four decades. During its time as an apartment building in the 1950s, tenants would report eerie occurrences, including hazy figures appearing in photographs, furniture being unexplainably rearranged and several reports of a lady sitting in a turret window. The Allen House is now open for historic guided tours by appointment and opens its doors the last two days of October for special Halloween tours.
In late autumn, after the leaves have fallen and the temperatures drop, Monticello takes on a quiet serenity.
Monticello - Little Mountain - Home of Thomas Jefferson, 3rd President of the United States. www.monticello.org/ Here one walks along a garden path, warm mid-October weather belies the changing season.
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On a visit to Monticello I took this photo in the garden. such a wonderful place.
I've lived in Virginia all of my life and this weekend was my first visit to Monticello in Charlottesville. This is the home of Thomas Jefferson, our 3rd US President and principle author of our Declaration of Independence.
Over the past 18 years I have watched this small hotel in Monticello, NY slowly fall in on itself.
The home of Thomas Jefferson. It was built in 1772 and unlike many 18th Century houses it gives a light and airy impression. The house was designed by Jefferson and includes many gadgets of his design. The bed, for example, could actually be raised to the ceiling. This picture was taken during a trip my wife and I took to Virginia in 1978.
A loaded grain train on the Norfolk Southern pulls south into Monticello past a set of searchlight signals that still guides traffic along this route in central Illinois.
Monticello House and Plantation. Home of the USA's 3rd President Thomas Jefferson. Took a trip there with Susan in 2009
Wabash F7 1189 sits in front of the classic Wabash depot in downtown Monticello, IL.
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Jefferson's Monticello is a marvel and we especially loved the grounds. I took many photos but liked this one that shows it in a grander view with some of the grounds.
I checked out Monticello Park in Alexandria this week; it seems to be a bit early for warblers, but there were a few Hermit Thrushes and the normal cast of Robins, Blue Jays and Cardinals.
Home of Thomas Jefferson, third President of the United States.
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Home of Thomas Jefferson, photographed in early May 2017 as the sky clears after a rainstorm. Charlottesville, Virginia.
Here's a side view of Monticello, which I took two years ago while attending the Independence Day and Naturalization Ceremony. Each year, U.S. citizenship is granted to new Americans at the ceremony on the grounds in front of Thomas Jefferson's home near Charlottesville, Virginia. This is a crop from a broader shot.
Happy U.S. Independence Day!
I made my first-ever visit today to Monticello Park in Alexandria, VA. It's a very small wooded park in the middle of a residential neighborhood; there's a small stream running through it. I'd heard from others it was a great location for birds. I didn't see that many varieties today (a little early in the season I believe) but I was able to get very close to those I did see.
My first Cape May sighting, Monticello Park, Alexandria, Virginia.
Thomas Jefferson built his house on a hill. It wasn't ideal for farming but the grounds featured wonderful views from any angle.
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Monticello Depot sign on the other side.
I keep trying other things and I keep coming back to Tri-X. This was taken upstairs at a pretty cool junque shop in Monticello, Florida with my old reliable Rolleiflex SL35 and Schneider Kreusnach 35mm Angulon. Developed in my bathroom, as usual, in Xtol.
I needed to shots to get the old Monticello High School. The first year of the two I taught for Monticello, this was a middle school. It is now used by Sullivan County BOCES.
Two Trumpeter Swans about to hit the water. Arriving for breakfast. Monticello swan park on the Mississippi River.