These two substantial rock-faced Romanesque Revival houses well illustrate the continuing attraction of the mode in Richmond long after its heyday in the Northeast. The Anderson house has two wide, pulvinated belt courses with allegorical carving of Adam and Eve.
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Henrietta Beale House
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