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This week we continue with a series of pictures and descriptions of homes along the Broadway-Armory Historic District. These pictures are of the more elaborate and well-designed homes of the outlying district of Federal Hill. These homes indicate the pattern of growth that radiated, on which these dwellings were built. The homes, not only reflect the beauty of the houses that were erected, but also indicate the opulence of the era.
Muratore, Joseph R. "The Broadway-Armory Historic District." The Echo [Providence] 28 Feb. 1980: pp. 24. Print.
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