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This is a very good example of Richardson Romantic architecture, featuring elephant columns, gables, stone, shingle, art glass, gargoyle and fantasy animals. Built by the owner of the Ames shovel fortune, who decided to invest in the companies that utilized shovels, such as railroads and...More