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Samuel Woodward House (Onarock)
Johnston uses a low hipped roof to cap his horizontal composition and harmoniously unite the house with the rocky crest on which it sits. The planarity of the facade and the simple mass and angled placement of one wing with its rounded tower suggest Johnston's typical restraint.
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