Some of the more than 34 public and private period homes that Burt reproduced wallpapers for, prior to working independently, include the interesting historic sites listed below. The list is grouped according to copyright/employer.Copyright: Mt. Diablo Handprints
Stonewall Jackson's Headquarters, Winchester-Frederick County Historical Society, Winchester, VA one paper, c.1850's.
Wren's Nest, Joel Chandler Harris Association, Atlanta, GA, four papers, c.1890-1910.
Patterson House, Ardenwood Farm, Fremont, CA, one paper, c.1914.
Beyers-Evans House, Denver, CO, Colorado Historical Society, six papers, c.1890's.
Copyright: Bradbury and Bradbury
Beyers-Evans House, Denver, CO, five papers, c.1890's.
Woodland Opera House, Woodland, CA, two friezes, c.1900.
Richard Carr House, Canada, one paper, c.1860.
Barnum Museum, Bridgeport, CT, wallpaper and frieze, c.1893.
Eliel Barber House, Bloomington, IL, one paper c.1850's.
Abraham Lincoln Home, Springfield, IL, two papers, c.1850's.
William Howard Taft National Historic Site, Cincinnati, OH, two papers and one border, c.1860's.
Billings Farm and Museum, Woodstock, VT, one paper, c.1892.
Henry Ford Museum at Greenfield Village, Dearborn, MI, two papers, c.1850's.
Ace of Clubs House, Texarkana Museums and Historical Society, Texarkana, TX, one paper, c.early 1900's. Pictured above.
Buffalo Bill Museum, Cody, WY, one paper called "Wild West", depicting scenes from the famous Wild West Show, c.1890's. Museum exhibit pictured above.
Detail from "Wild West".
Fallon Hotel, Columbia State Park, CA, several papers and friezes from the late 1800's and turn of the century.
Kearny Mansion Museum, Fresno, CA three papers, c.1900.