This is an unusually fine Federal double house. The eastern portion of the house, although slightly later than the rest, retains its original door, set within a band of cross reeding. Fluted pilasters support a pediment which is broken through to make room for a relieving arch above the fanlight with a scrolled keystone.
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Daniel Wall and George Bailey Houses
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