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Collection Michael Fulp House
Object Name Print, Photographic
Title Northeast perspective view of surviving walls
Description Black and white photographic print showing northeast perspective view of Michael Fulp House in partial ruins. Surviving are most of both gable walls, quoin corner piers [except top segment of northeast pier], and attic window frame and sash in the interior of the south [left] gable wall.

Details include: parged masonry; off-center attic window in south gable; on-axis attic windows [boarded-up] in north gable; surviving random rubble masonry of east eaves wall, north gable wall [right], and south gable wall [left]. The surviving structural components were preserved, and provided the forms, methods, and configuration for restoration. The quoin corner piers, with the alternating larger blocks penetrating ["toothed" into] the adjoining wall, provided tie-and-buttress resistance, preventing a complete collapse of the walls.
Photographer Unknown
Date c.1970
People Fulp, Michael
Print size 9.63 x 7.71 inches
Catalog Number 1005.01.038
Archive Number MFHPH37
Frame# MF52110-2
Search Terms MFHPH
Michael Fulp House
Michael Fulp House Photo
Perspective Photo
Gable-end Chimney
Gable Wall
Eaves Wall
Parged Masonry
Pargeing Residue
Vintage Photo