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 ======Charles Thompson House, BE-943====== ======Charles Thompson House, BE-943======
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 +Excerpt from the 2005 National Register Nomination for the [[national_register#​s_main_street_historic_district|South Main Street Historic District]].
  
 Built in the late 1920s or 1930s for Charles Thompson, a banker, this is one-and-a-half story brick dwelling with side-gabled roof and one-story rear lean-to. The influence of the Tudor Revival style can be seen in the tall, off-center facade gable, and steeply gabled vestibule with arched portal. This house'​s lot appears vacant on the 1927 map.  Built in the late 1920s or 1930s for Charles Thompson, a banker, this is one-and-a-half story brick dwelling with side-gabled roof and one-story rear lean-to. The influence of the Tudor Revival style can be seen in the tall, off-center facade gable, and steeply gabled vestibule with arched portal. This house'​s lot appears vacant on the 1927 map. 
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