This large, frame Queen Anne house has a somewhat confused arrangement of parts, but displays all the expected components and flourishes that identify the style. Among them are clapboarded and shingled wall sections, porches and balconies, polygonal bays, and intersecting roof planes.
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John McCulloch House
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