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The boxy silhouette, prominent eaves, and stickwork that seems to mimic a half-timber are hallmarks of the Victorian Stick style. Emerging during the transition between the Carpenter Gothic and Queen Anne styles, Victorian Stick style incorporates elements from both movements. On this house, for example, note the Queen Anne-style wraparound porch and a Gothic mansard roof. The residence was constructed in 1876 for Dr. Blair Moody, the first female physician in New Haven, which only adds importance to an already significant historic home.
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