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Princess Anne Building (Princess Anne Hotel)
Stern, who had a major architectural practice in Fredericksburg from 1909 to the 1930s responded in the proportion and details of this design to Federal-era structures. The building has always been stuccoed, but the inappropriate windows are the result of remodeling.
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