This style was popular in the United States from 1865-1900 after the American Civil War. It began during the rein of Napoleon III’s Second Empire. The style was originally simply called “french” or “modern french” but came to be known as Second Empire. Because of the level of detail and mass of these buildings, they were mainly popular with rich businessmen.
- Mansard Roof
- Dormer Windows
- Large Buildings
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