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Image of 89 Beaufain Street (William G. Steele House) - Property File

89 Beaufain Street (William G. Steele House) - Property File

Constructed 1815-19. William Steele, a lumber merchant, built this late-Neoclassical, 3-story brick single house with a cross-gabled roof in the early 19th century on parcels that were originally part of the Mazyck lands. The house is notable for its elegant detailing, especially the finely carved marble piazza door surround with delicate brackets and the lunette window positioned in the cross gable of the house. Duncan Nathaniel Ingraham was a later owner of the house. He achieved an international reputation for diplomacy, and after resigning from the U.S. Navy at the beginning of the Civil War, he supervised construction of two ironclads for the Confederacy. File contains brief narr

Image of 89 Beaufain Street (William G. Steele House) - 1977-1979

89 Beaufain Street (William G. Steele House) - 1977-1979

Three photographs of 89 Beaufain Street. Photographer's description/note(s): 1) NW corner [pictured here] 2) N side 3) Entry detail (stone door case in frame construction).

Image of 89 Beaufain Street (William G. Steele House) - ca. 1920

89 Beaufain Street (William G. Steele House) - ca. 1920

Two photographs (scans) of 89 Beaufain Street (William G. Steele House): a: Doorway. b: Street elevation, corner view showing piazzas. Written on verso of photo B: February 1920.

Image of 89 Beaufain Street (William G. Steele House) - ca. 1920

89 Beaufain Street (William G. Steele House) - ca. 1920

B&W photograph of 89 Beaufain Street (William G. Steele House), street elevation, corner view showing piazzas.

Image of 89 Beaufain Street (William G. Steele House) - Undated

89 Beaufain Street (William G. Steele House) - Undated

Two B&W photographs of 89 Beaufain Street (William G. Steele House): a: Street (front) elevation, corner view. Two copies of photo in sleeve. b: View of piazzas. Picket fence in foreground. Two copies of photo in sleeve.