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The Bungalow-style home that once stood at 336 4th Street was built in 1926. The design featured a hipped gable roof with shed dormers, a decorative gable, and wide eaves. The exterior also boasted an enclosed porch, decorative columns, and a decorative brick belt. The windows offered such details as side lights and transom lights. The home originally belonged to accountant Frederick C. Courtice. Courtice resided at the home for over thirty years. The house has recently been demolished.

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