The Hulfish residence is of interest not only for its delicate combination of Renaissance and Colonial Revival motifs and its light tan brick facade, but also because of its architect. Thomas Mullett of Washington, D.C., was the son and the successor in practice of Alfred B. Mullett, who had designed the State, War and Navy Building (now the old Executive Office Building) in Washington and many federal courthouses, customhouses, and post offices throughout the nation.
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