pubOne.info present you this new edition. The Warden house was more impressive in appearance than its neighbors. It had “grounds, ” instead of a yard or garden; it had wide pillared porches and “galleries, ” showing southern antecedents; moreover, it had a cupola, giving date to the building, and proof of the continuing ambitions of the builders.
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