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Joseph D. Reinboth House, 412-414 Cooper Street, Camden, Camden County, NJ



B&W Photos

HB829852
View Looking West Along Cooper Street

HB829853
North (main) Elevation.

HB829854
East Elevation.

HB829855
South Elevation.

HB829856
Detail Showing Window Treatment And Scored Stucco On North (main) Elevation.

HB829857
Detail Showing Oriel At Second Story Level, East Elevation.

HB829858
View To North In Northwest First-floor Parlor, Showing Bay Window, Moldings, Woodwork, And Flooring.

HB829859
View To West In Northwest First-floor Parlor, Showing Fireplace With Mirrored Overmantel.

HB829860
Detail Showing Ceiling Medallion In Northwest First-floor Parlor.

HB829861
View To East Showing Fireplace And Portion Of Chimney Breast In Area Formerly A Parlor In The Northeast Portion Of The First Floor.


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Item Title


Location
412-414 Cooper Street, Camden, NJ

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS NJ-988
Significance: The Reinboth house is a key structure in the Cooper Street National Register Historic District. Constructed about 1861, the house has been attributed to Philadelphia architects, Joseph E. Hoxie and Stephen D. Button, and cited as possible best example of the Italian Villa style remaining in Camden.

Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. VIEW LOOKING WEST ALONG COOPER STREET. REINBOTH HOUSE IS FIRST BUILDING AT LEFT.
2. NORTH (MAIN) ELEVATION.
3. EAST ELEVATION.
4. SOUTH ELEVATION.
5. DETAIL SHOWING WINDOW TREATMENT AND SCORED STUCCO ON NORTH (MAIN) ELEVATION.
6. DETAIL SHOWING ORIEL AT SECOND STORY LEVEL, EAST ELEVATION.
7. VIEW TO NORTH IN NORTHWEST FIRST-FLOOR PARLOR, SHOWING BAY WINDOW, MOLDINGS, WOODWORK, AND FLOORING.
8. VIEW TO WEST IN NORTHWEST FIRST-FLOOR PARLOR, SHOWING FIREPLACE WITH MIRRORED OVERMANTEL.
9. DETAIL SHOWING CEILING MEDALLION IN NORTHWEST FIRST-FLOOR PARLOR.
10. VIEW TO EAST SHOWING FIREPLACE AND PORTION OF CHIMNEY BREAST IN AREA FORMERLY A PARLOR IN THE NORTHEAST PORTION OF THE FIRST FLOOR.


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