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Embassy of Korea, Chancery (Alice W. B. Stanley House)
Enclaves of late Arts and Crafts houses inspired by English Neo-Tudor architecture dating from the 1920s and 1930s are rare within the city boundaries. Few examples are as beautifully designed or sited as the Stanley residence. Originally set within a miniature
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