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House of Shutters: 1939

House of Shutters: 1939

Mobile, Alabama, 1939. " 'Texas,' ca. 1846 addition to Waring House built by Edmund Dargan." 110 Church Street, home to one Will N. Kepler; also note the window-screen profession of love. 8x10 negative by Frances Benjamin Johnston, Carnegie Survey of the Architecture of the South. View full size.

 

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I just wasted the better part of half an hour attempting to chase down just WHO this Waring was (I was hoping for a member of the ancient South Carolina Warings) only to discover in the end that Moses Waring, who built the house, was a damyankee from Connecticut. Phooey.

Still there

but now 135 South Claiborne Street.

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