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This towering Second Empire Mansardic on Prospect Ave continues to undergo meticulous restoration work. (Photo courtesy of Quincy Daily Photo)
The site describes this photo as "This impressive 1870 mansardic towered house at 67 Prospect Ave. is considered a "Second Empire" house because of all its ornamentation" and "This towering Second Empire Mansardic on Prospect Ave continues to undergo meticulous restoration work." My thanks to Slim, the photographer for providing the photo.
Helen and I grew up in Quincy, Massachusetts. We still have family and friends living in that area. I found Quincy DailyPhoto an extremely interesting website especially to anyone from that area and folks interested in architecture. Slim, the photographer, has put together a site that will interest everyone who likes the 1800s and early 1900s architecture of New England homes. Many of the photos have special meaning to me because I remember walking by those houses years ago. My aunt and uncle lived just up the street from the home pictured here.

I highly recommend you take a look at more great photos at  Quincy Daily Photo!

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