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MacNider House (Indian Head; now Gerard of Iowa School)
The main block of this two-and-a-half-story house with chimneyed end walls is loosely based upon mid-eighteenth-century American Georgian architecture, especially the type found in and around Philadelphia. Though sheathed in stone, the building is in fact of reinforced concrete, befitting its owner, the president and general manager of the Northwestern States Portland Cement Company.
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