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- field hockey: a game resembling ice hockey that is played on an open field; two opposing teams use curved sticks try to drive a ball into the opponents' net
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HASKELL HOUSE-1651 Emerson Street
1651 Emerson St.
National Register 9/15/1983, 5DV.1702
"The two-story brick townhouse was built in 1892 by Reverend Thomas N. Haskell, the founder of Colorado College. Designed by Robert G. Balcomb and Eugene R. Rice, the narrow facade reflects an eclectic mix of Victorian era architectural detailing. Two rounded arches with brick voussoirs dominate the first level, and the second floor features a large central bay window and an ornate frieze at the cornice level. The front slope of the steeply pitched side gabled roof is intersected by a large gable roofed dormer."--Description from the Colorado Historical Society Website
Neighboring on the left:
John L. Gibson House (1892; Baerresen Brothers, architects) at 1647 Emerson Street
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