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This exterior view of the King-Hooper House in Marblehead, Mass. shows the rear facade and a detail of the gambrel roof.
Rear view in the King-Hooper House. Built about 1760. The gambrel roof of the ell, set upon broad "shoulders," is an ingenious device for increasing the space in the lower story. Photographed by Arthur C. Haskell, Historic American Buildings Survey. Frank Chouteau Brown, District Officer. (typed)
King-Hooper House, Marblehead, Mass. (handwritten)
Oversize photograph number OVP0200-A
1 photographic print : black-and-white, mounted, matted ; 11 x 14 inches
General photographic collection
11 x 14 (HxW)(inches)
Marblehead (Essex county, Massachusetts)
Haskell, Arthur C. (Arthur Cushman), 1890-1968 (Photographer)
Brown, Frank Chouteau, 1876-1947
Date of house: circa 1760.
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