Sunnyside

[Tarrytown, New York] Sunnyside is a historic house on 10 acres (4 ha) of grounds alongside the Hudson River in Tarrytown, New York. It was formerly the home of American author Washington Irving, best known for his short stories "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" and "Rip Van Winkle", and is a National Historic Landmark. ==History== ===Early his
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Sunnyside

[film] Sunnyside is a 1919 short silent film written, directed and starring Charlie Chaplin. It was his third film for First National Pictures. ==Plot summary == Chaplin plays a handyman at a hotel. His love interest in the village is the girl played by Edna Purviance. A young man from the city arrives and appears to have an eye for Edna to
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Sunnyside

[C-Train] The station serves the Sunnyside and Hillhurst neighbourhoods of Calgary, as well as the Kensington shopping district, and is a short walk from Riley Park. ==History== The station, and the section of the line running through it, is the most controversial in the C-Train system. When the Northwest Line was being planned, community r
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Sunnyside

[Hitchin] Sunnyside is a residential area of Hitchin in Hertfordshire. It was built by Hitchin Urban District Council to house those displaced by slum clearance in the town centre. The main road is Sunnyside Road. ...
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Sunnyside

[Wendell, North Carolina] Sunnyside is a historic home located in Wendell, North Carolina, a town in eastern Wake County. The Craftsman and Greek Revival house was built in 1918 by R. B. Whitley, a prominent Wendell businessman who founded the Bank of Wendell in 1907. The brick home features car shelters on the front and side, a modern deta
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Sunnyside

[novel] Sunnyside is an historical novel by Glen David Gold. ==Plot introduction== The novel is about Charlie Chaplin and the rise of Hollywood, celebrity and the American Empire during World War I. ===Explanation of the novel`s title=== The title of the novel refers to the 1919 Charlie Chaplin film also named Sunnyside. ...
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Sunnyside

[Aquasco, Maryland] Sunnyside is a historic home located in Aquasco, Prince George`s County, Maryland, United States. It is a five bay wide two-story frame house with a center hall and north and south parlors, facing east on a brick foundation. The building dates to 1844. The main block of the house is a fine example of a mid-19th century I
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Sunnyside

[Richfield Springs, New York] Sunnyside, also known as the S.D. Styles Summer Residence, is a historic home located at Richfield Springs in Otsego County, New York. It was built in two stages in 1890 and 1909 and is a dwelling in the Queen Anne style. It is a 2-story frame house with a shingled exterior. The house is composed of a full 2-st
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