Cope and Stewardson's version of Colonial Revival is characteristic of the style in turn-of-the-twentieth-century Philadelphia. Trim that in the eighteenth century would have been made of wood is here carved in limestone, including the dentiled and bracketed cornices and the jack-arch trim above the windows. Walls are of Flemish bond with the dark headers and red stretchers of the mid-eighteenth century. The same architects also designed the elegant pair of Colonial Revival houses at 1631–1633 Locust Street for A. C. Harrison (1899).
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James B. Markoe House
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