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Here we have the last of three known residential complexes (Sullivan Dorr House and Truman Beckwith House) that John Holden Greene designed to accommodate a large house with extensive service wings on a hillside site. In all, the main block is turned ninety degrees from the main street, and the service wings rise up the hill. This one, the most urban of the three and built in a more urban setting, was one of a pair of mirror image houses; its mate was sacrificed in the late nineteenth century for the expansion of Old Stone Bank.

– 2003 Guide to Providence Architecture

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