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  • Parlor from the William C. Williams House, 1810–11
    Richmond, Virginia
    Mahogany and marble; 237 x 239 in. (602 x 607.1 cm)
    Gift of Joe Kindig, Jr., 1968 (68.137)

    The parlor is from the William C. Williams House (built 1810–11) in Richmond, Virginia, which had a standard five-bay facade, with stone lintels and sills bracketing the windows, and brickwork laid in a fashionable Flemish bond pattern. Williams's property, which he purchased in 1808, extended over two lots; in addition to the house, he built a small office, a kitchen, a stable, and a smokehouse on his property.

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  • Parlor from the William C. Williams House, 1810–11
    Richmond, Virginia
    Mahogany and marble; 237 x 239 in. (602 x 607.1 cm)
    Gift of Joe Kindig, Jr., 1968 (68.137)

    Plate 43 of William Pain's Practical Builder, 1792 edition


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