Slide 2: Eldridge Johnson House

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After a devastating fire in 1878, the town of Cape May, New Jersey, reinvented itself as a Victorian seaside holiday destination. The Pink House, also known as the Eldridge Johnson House, was built in 1892 and was moved to its present location in the 1970s. Victorian embellishments include a riot of fanciful porch detailing and decorative window cornices.


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