This house announces itself with a two-story traceried stone porch, echoing Venice's Ca’ d’Oro—a remarkable declaration of ethnic identity. It was constructed for an Italian immigrant who rose from shoemaker to merchant banker, and who turned to his brother-in-law, Frank Carlucci, head of a noted regional stone-carving firm, for the stonework.
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Joseph Cassesse House
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