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George Stone House (West Lawn Terrace)
The George Stone house is another of Iowa's impressive contributions to America's Italian Villa mode. The editors of The American Agriculturalist, in an article titled “An Italian Villa” (January 1850), observed that, “Houses in the Italian Style are most appropriately placed up the side or on top of a hill” (p. 25). The Stone house appears in just this fashion;
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