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Two face-to-face double houses from the era in which they first began to proliferate show the subtle variations in detailing in late Federal houses, notably the entrances and the roof forms, with Providence’s favorite monitor-on-hip-roof at Church-Pearce House.

– 2003 Guide to Providence Architecture

The images above (20-22 John Street, Sweet-Rhodes House) and below (25-27 John Street, Church-Pierce House) are taken from the PPS Gowdey Database.

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