A Serving of Architectural Stew

A cup of copper, a spoonful of Spanish colonial, a dash of dentil molding: Here are some details seen around town.

Copper relief forming a pediment under the gable of a derelict house on Lipscomb Street.

Corinthian capitals of the Garvey house (1885) on Samuels Avenue.

Dentil molding of a house (1923) on Enderly Place.

Arcaded porch of the Spanish colonial revival home (1937) of the late state Senator Betty Andujar on Benbrook Boulevard.

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