The Beauty of Dutchtown, Part 17: Pennsylvania Avenue Between Osage and Keokuk Streets

Looking west down Osage Street, we see some early Twentieth Century four-families, as well as some earlier red brick houses.

Continuing north up Pennsylvania past Osage, we see more of the beautiful red brick, and increasingly trimmed with glazed white brick, houses that are so famous in Dutchtown.

But then the traditional Dutchtown Second Empire house intrudes; we should note it is a different breed of the species than we see in Lafayette Square.

Then there are more of the eclectic revival style houses of the early 1900s.

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