|Collection||Michael Fulp House|
|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
|Title||Northeast perspective view of surviving walls|
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.
|Print size||9.63 x 7.71 inches|
Michael Fulp House
Michael Fulp House Photo