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R. A. Files Cottage (The Barr Cottage)
The boldly arched and towered stone and shingle cottage is Wequetonsing's finest example of the Shingle Style, especially as it is found in the superb stone and shingle houses that marked the New England coast during this creative period in American domestic architecture.
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