The Housing ClipArt gallery offers 162 illustrations of houses in many styles, as well as parts of houses, and homes and birthplaces of several famous historical figures. Additional illustrations of houses may be found under specific country galleries of the ClipArt Places collection.
An illustration of a house located in Savannah, Georgia that was occupied by General Sherman.
An illustration of a two story house with a small porch.
An illustration of a house with trees on either side.
An illustration of a large house.
An illustration of a three story home with a dog playing in the front yard.
An illustration of the side of a large house.
An landscape illustrating a house set behind a hill.
An illustration of a two story house engulfed in flames.
This is the house that Jack built.
An illustration of a house with a chimney.
An illustration of a two story house with a chimney.
An illustration of a two story house with a tree near it.
A city house in the country. A low house would be better suited to sitting alone on a hill.
A small fortified house during the fourteenth century to ensure the house does not get destroyed during…
An illustration of Francisco Pizarro's house while he resided in Peru.
The interior view of the rectory in Market Deeping during the fourteenth century. The empty room contains…
Picture of Governor Call's House
"Bark house of Iroquois." -Jenks, 1911
A house set on the side of a lake.
An interior view of a merchant's parlour in Salisbury during the fourteenth century. The interior have…
"A modern small house with the 'lean-to' motif. Notice that the long slope faces the front." —Kinne,…
An illustration of a house located in a remote area. The illustration shows a man standing in front…
An illustration of a three story house.
An illustration of a two story house.
An illustration of a two story house.
An illustration of William Penn's House.
An illustration of a row of houses.
Houses at Cluny, a town in East-Central France.
Houses at Orleans a commune in north-central France.
Houses at Sarlat a commune in southwestern France.
A small house, hovel, or cabin.
Scene of a group of Native Americans on a reservation.
A "long house" where up to fifty families would live, built by the Native American tribe, the Iroquois.
The birthplace of Andrew Jackson, President of the United States.
A depiction of the bedroom where Thomas Jefferson died in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Kip's house, a home on Kip's Bay in New York.
"A 'lean-to' of plain design. New England, about 1750." —Kinne, 1920
Fixtures used in a Boston house wiring campaign. (Listed at consumer price). Fixtures sold in finished-building…
The childhood home of Abraham Lincoln in Farmington, Illinois.
The Lincoln House: an English charter house.
The log cabin in Kentucky where Abraham Lincoln was born.
National Historic home of President Abraham Lincoln in Springfield, Illinois. Abraham Lincoln lived…
Lindenwald was Martin Van Buren's estate in Albany, New York. It was built in 1841.
A two-story house with a chimney, large yard, and several trees.
An illustration of a family sitting outside of a log cabin. A child is gathering wood on the left bottom,…
Long House of the Iroquois Indians.
Long House of the Iroquois
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's birthplace in Portland, OR.
Native American dwellings on Manhattan Island, before the Dutch settlement
"Manor house in Suffolk, England."—Gordy, 1912
An illustration of a large mansion.
The residence of Francis Marion in Georgetown, South Carolina.
Massasoit Sachem or Ousamequin was the sachem, or leader, of the Pokanoket, and "Massasoit" of the Wampanoag…
The birthplace of President William McKinley in Niles, Ohio.
The home of President William McKinley in Canton, Ohio.
The residence of President James Monroe in Oak Hill, Virginia.
Monticello, located near Charlottesville, Virginia, was the estate of Thomas Jefferson, the principal…
An illustration of Mount Vernon which is located near what is now Alexandria, Virginia. Mt. Vernon was…
Mount Vernon, located near Alexandria, Virginia, was the plantation home of the first President of the…
The birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte.