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Thornton House (Little Rock, Arkansas)

The Thornton House is a historic house at 1420 West 15th Street in Little Rock, Arkansas. It is a two-story wood frame American Foursquare house, with a dormered hip roof, weatherboard siding, and single-story porch across the front. Its roof and dormer have exposed rafter ends in the Craftsman style, and the porch is supported by fluted square columns, with spindled balustrades between. The oldest portion of the house is a small cottage, built about 1896 and subsequently enlarged several times. It is prominent as the home in the early 20th century of Dr. John Thornton, a prominent African-American physician, and also briefly of Charlotte E. Stephens, the city's first African-American teacher.

Albert E. Thornton House

The Albert E. Thornton House at 105 W. Paces Ferry Rd., Atlanta, Georgia was built in 1938. It was designed by architect Philip T. Shutze. The house is asserted to be a "supurb example of the Regency Revival style in Atlanta".

Thornton (Chestertown, Maryland) family farm located at Chestertown, Kent County, Maryland, United States

Thornton is a historic family farm located at Chestertown, Kent County, Maryland, United States. The farm is located on a 352-acre (142 ha) plot on Morgan's Creek, a tributary of the Chester River. The main house is a ​2 12-story, five-bay brick house, constructed about 1788, and principally Georgian in style. A ​1 12-story kitchen wing is attached to the west gable end. Also on the property are an early-20th-century dairy barn, a late-19th-century animal barn, a second-half-19th-century granary, a smokehouse, and two sheds. The farm has been owned and operated by the same family for nearly 300 years.

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Philip T. Shutze American architect known for classical architecture

Philip Trammell Shutze was an American architect. He became a partner in 1927 of Hentz, Adler & Shutze. He is known for his neo-classical architecture.