Waterloo architect Morton B. Cleveland has produced a two-story midwestern stucco box with mild Prairie-style overtones. He used wood detailing to join many of the windows together, both horizontally and vertically, and placed the second-floor windows directly under the soffit of the overhanging hipped roof.
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