Edward Hopper - Gloucester Houses, 1923                                                                                                                                                                                 More

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(Gloucester Houses), Edward Hopper, 1923-24, watercolor and graphite pencil on paper, 13 7/8 × 19 15/16", Whitney Museum of American Art.

(Gloucester Houses), Edward Hopper, watercolor and graphite pencil on paper, 13 × 19 Whitney Museum of American Art.

Albert Edward, Prince of Wales and Princess Alice, Gloucester House, 1856

Albert Edward, Prince of Wales and Princess Alice, Gloucester House, 1856

Gloucester House, still standing, built 1798-1803, the home of early Mississippi Territorial Governor, Winthrop Sargent, who died on a riverboat near Natchez and is buried on the grounds.    Photos below taken in 1940, top right is of rear of house

Gloucester, located on Lower Woodville Road south of Natchez in Adams County, Mississippi, Built in 1807

Gloucester House Weymouth, Guest House, Hotels and Guesthouses in Weymouth, Dorset, United Kingdom

Gloucester House Weymouth, Guest House, Hotels and Guesthouses in Weymouth, Dorset, United Kingdom

George of Denmark, b.02 April 1653 d.28 October 1708, son of Frederick III of Denmark & Sophie Amalie of Brunswick-Lüneburg, husband of Anne and Prince Consort.

Prince George, Duke of Cumberland was the spouse of Queen Anne of Great Britain. He was born April 1653 in Denmark and dies October 1708 (age at Kensington Palace and is buried at Westminster Abbey.

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