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Rush Sturges, residence in Wakefield, Rhode Island. East facade, from right

Rush Sturges, residence in Wakefield, Rhode Island. East facade, from right

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01/01/1939
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Gottscho-Schleisner, Inc., photographer
Cope, Thomas, architect
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Wakefield (R.I.)41.43722, -71.50139
Google Map of 41.43722222222222, -71.50138888888888
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