Monument Avenue: history and architecture
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Life on the Avenue in the First Decades
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Allen Addition apartment buildings arched architect architectural avenue’s balustrade Baskervill bays block of Monument Boucher bought Boulevard Branch brick building permit buildings on Monument Carl Lindner Carneal Church city’s Colonial Revival Colonial Revival style columns Company Confederate construction cornice Davis Brothers Deed Book deﬁned door dormers Duncan Lee east entrance facade Fan District Figure ﬁrm ﬁrst ﬁve ﬂat Franklin Street front gable Grace Street HABS Harwood Henrico County hipped roof House House House J. E. B. Stuart John John Kerr land Lee Monument limestone lived Lombardy Lombardy Street mansion Monument Ave Monument Avenue neighborhood north side ofﬁce owners Park pediment porch quadrant lot real estate residence residential Richmond City Directories Richmond Times-Dispatch Roseneath Roseneath Road Ruehrmund Sheppard sold south side Spodek story Stuart Circle Stuart Court three-story town houses two-and-a-half-story two-story unveiling urban Valentine Museum West Franklin William Lawrence Bottomley