Remarkable in this simple late Greek Revival house set gable end to the street is the slightly later porch, which is unique in the state. Paneled pilasters at the front of the porch are stencil-cut with well-spaced astrological signs; those at either end abutting the house have a sprightly vine pattern. Is it the work of a builder-owner who meant to flaunt his Masonic allegiance?
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J. J. Bickner House
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