19th & Early 20th Century
Victorian & Revival Architecture

Gallery Four

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Front elevation of a transitional Greek Revival / Italianate style Victorian common to this part of the country. Front and right elevation of a handsome Victorian home with a gentile front porch. Left elevation from the street corner.
? Architect, House
(Grk. Rv./ Ital.) 1859-61
Janesville, Wisconsin
? Architect, House
(Ital.), circa 1860s
Janesville, Wisconsin
? Architect, House
(Ital.), circa 1860s
Janesville, Wisconsin
Left side of a Victorian built for a wealthy doctor, for whom the town's Palmer Park is named. View from the street corner of the front and right elevations of an especially exuberant Victorian home. Front (left, on street) and side (right) elevations of a fairly restrained Victorian home.
? Arch't, Palmer House
(Qn. Anne) ca. 1860s
Janesville, Wisconsin
? Arch't, Palmer House
(Qn. Anne) ca. 1860s
Janesville, Wisconsin
? Architect, House
(Qn. Anne) ca. 1860s
Janesville, Wisconsin
Front and side elevations of a French Second Empire home.  Goodell was the architect of the old California Governor's Mansion.  The house is one four of this type left in Sacramento. Front elevation of a nicely restored Victorian business building. View of the red brick building from the street corner.
Nathaniel Goodell
Mesick House, ca. 1894
Sacramento, California
? Architect, Commercial
Building (Italianate)
late 19C., Lewes, DE
? Architect, Commercial
Building (Italianate)
late 19C., Lewes, DE

Home is the place where, when you have to go there,
They have to take you in.

- Robert Frost, "The Death of the Hired Man", 1914.


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