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One of the several buildings that Baker, a commission merchant, built along Broadway in the mid-nineteenth century, this shares similar materials and detailing with the row house he built the year after this just up the street (412-428 Broadway): both are brick, with bay windows and slate mansard roofs punctuated by round dormers.

— 2003 Guide to Providence Architecture

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