Dry goods and a penny arcade financed the George E. Boyden House. From the center of the flank roof projects a cross gable, to which small Queen Anne porches cling. Into one L-shaped corner is fitted a double sled-roofed entrance porch; into the other, a conical, semi-octagonal sitting porch, with a bedroom balcony porch above and behind. Yet another shedroofed variant off one side provides entrance to what is apparently a small adjunct apartment.
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George E. Boyden House
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