33 Chestnut Street, Providence, RI
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Arnold-Palmer House 33 Chestnut Street The Arnold-Palmer house,a handsome residence of the Federal period, was built about Cl826 -by Daniel Arnold, a wealthy Providence merchant. The house has been stylistically attributed to John Holden Greens, Providence architect, who designed St. John's Cathedral, the First Unitarian Church, the important Sullivan Dorr house and a number of other dwellings. On its original location at 577 Westminster Street, the Arnold-Palmer house completed a series of four similar houses. This is the only house of that group still extant. Source - NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES