This row of four-story clapboard houses was photographed by a well-known female photographer in the first half of the 20th century. These houses, with their cute iron fences and front gardens, no longer exist, but the street they sat on is still part of a quiet, sought-after residential neighborhood. It just gets a lot less sunlight today, as the successor to these homes is just a tad bigger. Do you know where this is? Drop your guesses in the comments! Bonus points if you name the photographer, too.
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