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President's House, Brown University (Rush Sturges House)
The Sturges House is early-twentieth-century Georgian Revival, recalling its large neighbors in scale and material but, compared to their simple blocks, more complexly organized than they and revealing a more worldly knowledge of British Renaissance sources, albeit with some loss of their compelling effect. The horizontal cornice cutting across the elevation above the
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