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House (G. L. “Tex” Rickard House)
Unlike the house next door, this eclectic residence displays a profusion of forms and mass-produced trims. Brick walls rise to a steeply pitched hipped roof with intersecting gables, one on the north (facade) side and the other on the east side. Narrow hipped roofs top these gables and are edged with crenellated cresting. An inset porch stands to the left of the front
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