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The Thomas E. Powell House, Columbus, OH
The Thomas E. Powell House, Columbus, OH. 1853 Both Photos Columbus Illustrated and History of Columbus Although not part of E Town Street, but part of the E Broad Street area, another mansions street in its own right, I couldn't resist this rather bizarre ...
The Thomas E. Powell House, Columbus, OH
The Thomas E. Powell House, Columbus, OH
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The Francis C. Sessions House, Columbus, OH
The Francis C. Session House, Columbus, OH. 1840, alt. 1862 From: Columbus Illustrated From: Illustrated History of Columbus The Sessions house, built for a banker on E Town Street, certainly started life as a Greek Revival house, given its 1840 constructio...
The Francis C. Sessions House, Columbus, OH
The Francis C. Sessions House, Columbus, OH
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The James F. Baldwin and Barzellai N. Spahr House, Columbus, Ohio
The James F. Baldwin House, Columbus, OH. 1853 The Barzellai N. Spahr House, Columbus, OH. 1873. Built 20 years apart and standing at opposite edges of the East Town Street Historic District, these two five bay plan houses make an interesting pair. The Bald...
The James F. Baldwin and Barzellai N. Spahr House, Columbus, Ohio
The James F. Baldwin and Barzellai N. Spahr House, Columbus, Ohio
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The Fernando Cortez Kelton House, Columbus, OH
The Fernando Cortez Kelton House, Columbus, OH. 1852 The Kelton house, just a bit past the houses featured in my last post, is not only well preserved on the outside but within, as it is currently a house museum which has a substantial collection of the fam...
The Fernando Cortez Kelton House, Columbus, OH
The Fernando Cortez Kelton House, Columbus, OH
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The Bonnet and Bauer Houses, Columbus, OH
The Frank F. Bonnet House, Columbus, OH. 1870s The Herman Bauer House, Columbus, OH. 1870s These three houses, all built in the late 1860s/1870s, are associated with later residents. Their plan is nearly identical, being a side hall design. On the east side...
The Bonnet and Bauer Houses, Columbus, OH
The Bonnet and Bauer Houses, Columbus, OH
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The Francis Crum House, Columbus, OH
The Francis Crum House, Columbus, OH. 1850 The Francis Crum house stands next to the Snowden house on the east side of E Town Street. It was started in 1844 by another builder, but finished after a long delay by Francis Crum in 1850. The house is a three ba...
The Francis Crum House, Columbus, OH
The Francis Crum House, Columbus, OH
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The Philip T. Snowden House, Columbus OH
The Philip Snowden House, Columbus, OH. 1850 The Philip Snowden house is one of the premier homes left in Columbus' East Town Street district, an area of the city which was the wealthy district in the early 19th century. Snowden was a textile importer and b...
The Philip T. Snowden House, Columbus OH
The Philip T. Snowden House, Columbus OH
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The John Crouse House, Syracuse, NY
This is a rather interesting design, demolished, from Syracuse, NY. It was built by John R. Crouse, a major banker in Syracuse, in the 1850s, and in 1904 became the law school at Syracuse University. Fronting on Fayette Park, one of the city's early plannin...
The John Crouse House, Syracuse, NY
The John Crouse House, Syracuse, NY
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Sloan's "The Model Architect" Vol. 2
Continuing to Volume 2 of The Model Architect we find Sloan further expanding his Italianate designs, though the volume as post plan books go, starts off with more expensive designs and moves toward less expensive designs, with some exceptions. Design 27: "...
Sloan's "The Model Architect" Vol. 2
Sloan's "The Model Architect" Vol. 2
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'Woodlawn' the Henry Howard Owings House, Columbia, MD
The Henry Howard Owings House, Columbia, MD. 1840 Photo: Wikimedia Starting out life as an 18th century wooden farmhouse, the Owings house (he bought it in 1858), aka 'Woodlawn' was extensively remodeled in 1840 in the Italianate style, a rather early manif...
'Woodlawn' the Henry Howard Owings House, Columbia, MD
'Woodlawn' the Henry Howard Owings House, Columbia, MD
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