W Irving Clark House

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therman7g
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W Irving Clark House

Post by therman7g »

W Irving Clark House addition:

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Post by Roderick Grant »

This appears to be on the east side of the house enclosing the original service entry, and adjacent to the dining room, the corner of which is seen peeking through the bushes. Correct?

therman7g
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Post by therman7g »

Correct. It looked very well done.

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