Cope and Stewardson are best known for their Collegiate Gothic work at Bryn Mawr ( MO9.3– MO9.6), Princeton University, and the University of Pennsylvania ( PH147.8, PH147.12), but their domestic architecture was equally assured. Here their deference to the mid-nineteenth-century context is exquisite.
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