Like his other houses on the square ( BU35), this wildly asymmetrical gray stone house shows Bean's awareness of Wilson Eyre Jr.'s flamboyant early works before the Philadelphian turned toward more aesthetic control in the 1890s. The houses give a sense of the concentration of wealth in the downtown in the years before the decentralization made possible by the automobile.
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N. C. James House
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