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Like the contemporary Cushing, Sr, House, the Bowen House is one of the earliest remaining houses in Providence with paired interior chimneys, a configuration that betokens the more sophisticated interior spatial arrangement of a center stair hall instead of a massive chimney. Bowen was one of the community’s most influential citizens in the eighteenth century.

– 2003 Guide to Providence Architecture

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