This open Chautauqua pavilion was placed in a clearing in a broad wooded park. The building is dominated by a steeply pitched, segmented shingled roof that seems to hover above the supporting thin wood columns to the wood lintel beams above. About two-thirds of the way up the slope, the broad roof exhibits a slight inward bend that adds to its charming hatlike quality.
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