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YWCA (William Augustus Huff House)
This Colonial Revival house was designed for industrialist William A. Huff by an unidentified local architect (possibly Beezer Brothers, twins from Altoona who earlier had
A number of red brick Colonial Revival houses were built in the early 1900s in the adjacent 300 and 400 blocks of N. Maple Avenue, which have been designated the Academy Hill National Register Historic District.
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