Residence of Dr. G.A. [i.e. G.E.] Alexander

Residence of Dr. G.A. [i.e. G.E.] Alexander

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Halftone image. "Reistle" written in bottom right corner of printing Dr. Alexander's home was a two story wooden structure with an attached one story smaller building. Both parts of the building have steeply pitched gable roofs. The two-story part of the building has gingerbread trim, double hung windows, and two brick chimneys. The one story part of the building has a porch with trim and one brick chimney. A picket fence surrounds the property. A bicycle is parked in the front of the fence. Trees in the yard are seasonal. Dr. Alexander began his medical practice in Castle Rock shortly after moving there in 1893, and continued practicing medicine until his death.
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1 photograph : black and white, matte ; 7 x 9 cm. (3 x 4 inches)

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