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Richardsonian Romanesque (1880-1900)

Identifying Features
Round-topped arches occurring over windows, porch supports, or entrance; masonry walls, usually with rough-faced, squared stonework; most have towers which are normally round with conical roofs; facade usually asymmetrical. (Source: McAlester, 1984)

Superior S 110 (Commercial Romanesque) (1985, 1997)

Ash E 118, (Romanesque)
Riverside Drive, (Romanesque)
Superior S 401 (Commercial Romanesque Revival) (1997)

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