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4th Street, New Castle, Delaware

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While most of the houses in New Castle from the Delaware river to 3rd street are of Federal or Georgian style, the houses on 4th street close to Delaware Street were built from about 1876 to 1885 for merchants or skilled craftsmen. The house at 24 W 4th was built in 1876 for Acquila Hizar, a bricklayer and contractor.  Unusual among these houses, it was designed by an architect.

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