File:Dearing-Bagby House.jpg

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English: Dearing-Bagby House, 421 Queen City Avenue, Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, AL. EXTERIOR VIEW, FRONT ELEVATION. Originally built for James Dearing, an early Warrior River navigator/merchant whose steamboat and early trip up the Warrior led to the naming of the major Southern waterway. This Greek Revival style house, constructed of brick (stuccoed and scored to resemble stone), features a full-length hexastyle Ionic portico. Interiors feature a center-hall plan and Colonial Revival woodwork added in the 1920s. John J. Webster served as master-builder; William Nichols may possibly have been the architect of the property.
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