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October 28, 1989 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-10-28

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A Marblehead, Mass., house
maintains the architectural traditions
of the stone-and-timber cottages that
dotted Boston's North Shore and
coastal New England at the turn of
the century. The exterior's relative
informality continues inside with a
double-height entry and turreted
staircase.

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Despite its modern appliances, the
kitchen is reminiscent of past eras,
from the glass-fronted cabinets and
globe-type lighting fixtures to the
small pattern on the ceramic tile
backsplash. Photos of Marblehead
house by Whitney Cox.

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