Queen Anne’s empire

Queen Anne’s empire
An exterior view of the Sullivan-Kinney House facing South Garfield Avenue in 2016. Notice that the square shingles in the earlier photograph have been replaced by the originally-intended fish-scale ones. This style of shingle nods to shifting architectural tastes at the end of the nineteenth century, as fish-scale patterns became common on Queen Anne homes, the premier style following Second Empire’s decline. The house is difficult to see as trees obstruct most of the exterior, likely planted for privacy reasons. | Source:

“Sullivan-Kinney House Pocatello ID” Ultra Sparky, 31 May 2016. Via Wikimedia Commons (CC BY-SA 3.0). https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Sullivan-Kinney_House_Pocatello_ID.jpg.

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