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Woman's Club (Bolling Haxall House)
Who designed this sophisticated Italianate building for Bolling Haxall, one of Richmond's leading businessmen just before the Civil War, remains a puzzle. Obviously it was someone very up to date, possibly an out-of-town architect, though the local builders George and John Gibson have been credited with the design. The central bay projects slightly from the main facade and is set off by a one-story
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