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English: In the late 1850s, the house at 51 Johnson Park in Buffalo, New York was home to future President Grover Cleveland, who lived there while working as a law clerk in the office of Rogers, Bowen and Rogers, shortly after moving to the city. The Greek Revival portico, with its fluted Doric columns, was a later addition.
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