The centerpiece of Wyalusing is this spectacular Queen Anne hotel whose immediate success caused it to be doubled in size twelve years later. In addition to being a builder, Brown was a local lumber mill operator who made the hotel facade an advertisement for his millwork. North of the town's core is a remarkable collection of frame Queen Anne houses, many designed and erected by Brown, who enriched gables with a variety of sawn details and sunbursts, sometimes in multiples of three or four.
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