: An eclectic mix of asymmetrical Italianate and Queen Anne styles, this structure was photographed in the late 30s or early 40s by the Works Progress Administration of Ohio. The Queen Anne style was one of the most common American house forms in the late 19th century. Key features include an angled turret, gabled and hipped roof, wrap around porch, square cut wood shingle, one-over-one sash windows, and gabled dormers. View on Ohio Memory.
: SA1039AV_B15F01_087 Subjects
: Architecture--Ohio--Pictorial works., Domestic--Ohio; Buildings, structures, Works Progress Administration; Victorian Era Places