This stuccoed brick and limestone Spanish Renaissance Revival house repeats the composition of Wood's Fitzhugh house (see SK75), built a dozen years earlier, of three stories crossed by three bays topped by a deeply projecting bracketed cornice.
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C. H. Harlow House
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