American Gothic Revival Oak Arched Beveled Glass Double Door
American Gothic Revival Oak Arched Beveled Glass Double Door American Gothic Revival Oak Arched Beveled Glass Double Door American Gothic Revival Oak Arched Beveled Glass Double Door American Gothic Revival Oak Arched Beveled Glass Double Door American Gothic Revival Oak Arched Beveled Glass Double Door American Gothic Revival Oak Arched Beveled Glass Double Door American Gothic Revival Oak Arched Beveled Glass Double Door American Gothic Revival Oak Arched Beveled Glass Double Door American Gothic Revival Oak Arched Beveled Glass Double Door American Gothic Revival Oak Arched Beveled Glass Double Door American Gothic Revival Oak Arched Beveled Glass Double Door

American Gothic Revival Oak Arched Beveled Glass Double Door

Ref: D-48-0001

An antique pair of arched, front entry doors with panels and beveled glass windows in the Gothic Revival style of the late 19th century.

Provenance: Frederick W. Schumacher House (750 E. Broad Street, Columbus, OH, 1888-1961). The house was originally built for Mary L. Frisbee and sold to Schumacher. 

c. 1888
W 62 D 2.75 H 116 in.
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