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A sign in front of 66 Franklin St. in Saratoga Springs is all that remains as a reminder that the Winans-Crippen House once stood in its place Saturday, August 16, 2014.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
A sign in front of 66 Franklin St. in Saratoga Springs is all that remains as a reminder that the Winans-Crippen House once stood in its place Saturday, August 16, 2014.
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Like a solemn marker denoting a grave site, the sign posted on a short metal rail surrounding the lot at 66 Franklin St. tells of the historic manor that stood until its demolition last fall. The black-and-white sign bears a likeness of the once-stately Winans-Crippen house designed by prominent local architect J.D. Stevens and built in 1871. The marker also includes a brief history of the structure owned by David Winans and then George Crippen. ...


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