36 Fascinating Photos Capture People Outside Their House in the U.S. From the Late 19th to Early 20th Centuries

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While many of the house styles brought by the first European settlers to North America remained popular until the mid-20th century, other styles have joined them, adding a vast choice for homeowners.

Whether it’s a Colonial or Victorian look to a bit more Modern or Postmodern, or something in between, there’s something for every taste.

Take a look at these vintage photos to see what houses looked like in the U.S. from the late 19th to early 20th centuries.

“The Corey House – Meals At All Hours” was built in 1886, before the hotel was built next door, Grove, Oklahoma

12 Friendship St, Newport, Rhode Island, 1903

120 Washington St., Cuba City, Wisconsin, circa 1904

A farm in Massachusetts, 1899

A.J. Rodes & Co. Groceries, Clovis, NM, facing south between Rencher and Merriwether Streets, circa 1911

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