• Billy House

    Billy House

    William H. Comstock, known by his stage name Billy House (May 7, 1889 – September 23, 1961), was an American vaudevillian, Broadway performer and feature film actor. After devoting most of his career to live performance, he moved to Hollywood where he became a supporting actor during the 1940s and 1950s. According to admirer Orson Welles, the name "Billy House" was likely an invention for use in burlesque theatres.

  • Billy Madrid's House

    Billy Madrid's House

    Billy Madrid's House is a heritage-listed shop at 32 Cedar Street, Yungaburra, Tablelands Region, Queensland, Australia. It was built c. 1925. It is also known as Special Glass Company Shop, T.A.B. Agency, and Tailor's shop. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 21 October 1992.

  • Billy Simpson's House of Seafood and Steaks

    Billy Simpson's House of Seafood and Steaks

    Billy Simpson's House of Seafood and Steaks, also known as The Ebony Table, Kushner's Sea Food Grill, Minoux Bakery, Harry C. Johnson & Son, or The Kaieteur, was a restaurant on Georgia Avenue in the Northwest area of Washington, D.C.. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on March 17, 2009. It is notable for the role it played "in the social and political culture of the District of Columbia's African American community. The restaurant offered fine dining to the city's black middle and upper classes. Many notable people in politics government and entertainment frequented the establishment. The owner, William W. "Billy" Simpson, was an avid supporter of the civil rights and anti-war causes of the era.

  • Billy Taylor House

    Billy Taylor House

    The Billy Taylor House is a grassroots non-profit organization founded by residents of Providence, Rhode Island's East Side who desire to promote youth engagement for the well-being of the community as a whole. The organization has its origins in the mentorship of the late William “Billy” Taylor. Noticing the need for youth engagement in the neighborhood, ages 14–21, this group has come together in order to acquire the abandoned property that Billy used to live in, 185 Camp Street, and turn it into programming that supports youth in the pursuit of their dreams.

  • Edward S. and Mary Annatoile Albert Lilly House

    Edward S. and Mary Annatoile Albert Lilly House

    Edward S. and Mary Annatoile Albert Lilly House is a historic home located at Cape Girardeau, Missouri. It was built in 1897, and is a 2 1/2-story, Colonial Revival style brick dwelling. It has a full-width wraparound front porch with classical columns and porte cochere. It features a medium pitched hipped roof with pediment dormers, ornate pressed metal cornice with dentils and pressed metal window hoods. Also on the property is a contributing 1 1/2 story brick carriage house.

  • Lilly Kirk House

    Lilly Kirk House

    The Lilly Kirk House is a house located in Bothell, Washington, United States, listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

  • Willy Brandt House, Lübeck

    The Willy-Brandt-Haus in Lübeck is a museum and a memorial to the late politician Federal Chancellor and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, Willy Brandt, of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD).

  • Billy

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