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Princeton College Prospect House Faux Finish

Prospect House, known also as just Prospect, is a fine example of the work of architect John Notman who helped popularize Italianate architecture in America. In 1878, it was given to the College of New Jersey, which became Princeton University and served as the house of the school president. Woodrow Wilson lived here before he became governor of New Jersey and then President of the United States. In 1968, it became a university clubhouse. It was designated a U.S. National Historic Landmark in 1985


Fabrication of Woodwork Millwork for Princeton College Woodwork Panel Fabrication

1851 Italianate mansion Woodwork Before Fabrication

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By Peter Triestman

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