Frink's Italianate design for William Cooper emphasizes the classical proportions of the central block with its paired cornice consoles and a bracketed veranda sweeping around the street fronts. Peaked window hoods contribute to the facade's texture. William Cooper studied law under local judge William Jessup but entered banking as a career.
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William H. Cooper House
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