The Resource Peebles and Ferguson, architects (Norfolk, Va.) architectual drawings, 1925
- Peebles and Ferguson, architects (Norfolk, Va.) architectual drawings, 1925
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- Peebles & Ferguson Architects
- Kellogg family
- Kellogg, E. M
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- Colonial revival (Architecture) -- Virginia
- Northampton County (Va.) -- Buildings, structures, etc
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- Architecture -- 20th century -- Virginia | Northampton County
- Cape Charles (Va.) -- Buildings, structures, etc
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- Northampton County (Va.) -- History -- 20th century
- Cape Charles (Va.) -- History
- Historic buildings -- Virginia | Northampton County
- E. M. Kellogg House (Cape Charles, Va.)
- Architectural drawings, 1925, of a residence by the firm Peebles and Ferguson, architects (Norfolk, Va.) for E. M. Kellogg of Cape Charles, Virginia. This accession includes ten blueprints for the house and its grounds, including, the rear elevation, entrance walk, outside blinds (shutters), wrought iron gate and rail, detail of bathrooms, and several framing plans
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- John Kevan Peebles, (1866-1934) and Finley Forbes Ferguson (1875-1936) formed a Nofolk, Virginia-based partnership in 1917. Peebles, a Petersburg, Virginia, native, became a major figure in Virginia architecture in the period 1900-1934. Educated at the University of Virginia, Peebles worked with several architectural firms before becoming the senior designer in Peebles and Ferguson. Findley Forbes Ferguson, a Nofolk native and graduate of Hampton-Sydney College, studied architecture at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He began a practice in Norfolk around 1890. Ferguson also served on the Advisory Committee for the restoration of historic structures in Williamsburg, Virginia. Some notable structures by Peebles and Ferguson include Ohef Sholom Temple, Norfolk (1917), Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church, Richmond, Virginia (1922-1923), and University of Virginia, Thornton Hall (1935).
- The E. M. Kellogg House or Kellogg House as it is sometimes referred currently serves as a luxury bed and breakfast.
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