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The Charles N. Fowler House is a historic house at 518 Salem Avenue in Elizabeth, New Jersey. Built in 1909, it is a prominent local example of Georgian Revival architecture, featuring a semi-circular projecting Doric portico topped by a metal dome (a later addition). It was designed by the New York firm Carrere & Hastings for Charles N. Fowler, a prominent local banker and United States Congressman. In 1930 Fowler sold the building to the Vail-Deane School. It is now home to a Dar-ul-Islam, an Islamic mosque and community center.

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  • The Charles N. Fowler House is a historic house at 518 Salem Avenue in Elizabeth, New Jersey. Built in 1909, it is a prominent local example of Georgian Revival architecture, featuring a semi-circular projecting Doric portico topped by a metal dome (a later addition). It was designed by the New York firm Carrere & Hastings for Charles N. Fowler, a prominent local banker and United States Congressman. In 1930 Fowler sold the building to the Vail-Deane School. It is now home to a Dar-ul-Islam, an Islamic mosque and community center.
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  • The Charles N. Fowler House is a historic house at 518 Salem Avenue in Elizabeth, New Jersey. Built in 1909, it is a prominent local example of Georgian Revival architecture, featuring a semi-circular projecting Doric portico topped by a metal dome (a later addition). It was designed by the New York firm Carrere & Hastings for Charles N. Fowler, a prominent local banker and United States Congressman. In 1930 Fowler sold the building to the Vail-Deane School. It is now home to a Dar-ul-Islam, an Islamic mosque and community center. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.
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