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Davis (Witt-Kramer) House
The early nineteenth-century Federal style tradition lingers on through the middle of the century in this house. Much of its interior detailing and its front piered entrance porch are Italianate. In plan it is the classical sidehall scheme; its structure is of brick with wide stone lintels over the windows.
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