Pediment topping

Pediment topping
An exterior view of the Henry Webber House facing West Bleeker Street in 1986. Notice the mansard roof and protruding windows, called dormers, placed within the structure. These windows are topped with a pediment, a triangular element often found in Greco-Roman Revival architecture, giving the exterior a more dignified appearance. | Source:

“87000189-1.” National Register of Historic Places, January 8, 1987. National Park Service Digital Asset Management System. https://npgallery.nps.gov/AssetDetail/a27b75d9-a2bb-4bd7-9b4b-861874ce91ce.

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