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Joseph W. Martin Memorial Home (Charles Smith–William Winslow House)
What initially compels attention here is the authority of the cube, with the exaggerated projection of its roof, and (when visible above the projection) its culmination in a forceful cupola out of a low hip. The elevations are perhaps less
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