Loaded with unusual detailing, this interesting interpretation of the Prairie Style dates to around 1910 and is located in southwestern Nebraska. Horizontality is emphasized through the use of contrasting wall cladding – the first story is clapboard while the second story is shingled. Horizontality is further emphasized by the banding of each of these materials; shingles alternate between deep and shallow exposures while the clapboards are banded so that every fourth shadowline is deeper than the preceding three. Other noteworthy features include fascia boards with integral stylized fretwork at ends, the use of clapboard in the soffits, stepped brick porch piers with corner buttresses, shaped brackets and rafter tails, casements and blind windows. The shingle paint may well be the original.