Autumn In New Castle

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Autumn In New Castle

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In this colorful depiction, three historic structures in New Castle, Delaware are shown during the fall season. They are all located on East Third Street, just off the "Green."

The first building (left to right) is the colonial "Dutch House". It is considered the only building which retains its original New Castle 17th century form. The exact date of construction is not known.

The second dwelling is the "Samuel Carpenter House," and is attached to the "Dutch House." Records indicate that the oldest parts were built prior to 1759, with the latest sections completed in 1830. Many artifacts have been discovered on the property.

The final structure is the "Old Library Museum," built in 1892. The Library's unique hexagonal design is credited to the Philadelphia architectural firm of Furness and Evans.

  • Type: Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Print 
  • Size: 13.25" x 8.75" [W x H Image] Printed on heavyweight acid-free/lignin free archival paper 
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