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Mansion Row Historic District

Listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1983, the Mansion Row district includes many of New Albany's finest historic homes. It is significant for its association with the city's development, and for its outstanding collection of nineteenth and early-twentieth century architecture. The district boasts an array of impressive homes representing styles ranging from the restrained Federal style to the elaborate Queen Anne. Two of the state's wealthiest men - William S. Culbertson and Washington C. DePauw - both lived on Main Street, and their homes remain today as centerpieces of the district. Information on individual properties from Mansion Row walking tour brochure and other research by Floyd County Historian Dave Barksdale, and from National Register of Historic Places nomination, prepared by Susan Adams and Michael Newkirk. 
Listings

apartment building
1201 Dewey Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Colonial Revival
Year Built: c.1970

house
1209 Dewey Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: gabled ell
Year Built: 1866

Originally constructed as a carriage house for the Shipman Mansion, this structure has been adapted for housing.

house
217 East 10th Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: gable-front
Year Built: c.1890

house
29 East 11th Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: ranch
Year Built: c.1970

house
33 East 11th Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Year Built: c.1900

house
35 East 11th Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: gable-front
Year Built: c.1900

house
216 East 11th Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Arts and Crafts
Year Built: c.1915

apartment building
208 East 12th Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: contemporary
Year Built: c.1970

This apartment building was constructed sometime around 1970, on the site of the c.1855 Moody-Webber House.

house
216 East 12th Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Free Classic
Year Built: c.1900

house
73 East 13th Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: shotgun
Year Built: c.1890

house
75 East 13th Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: shotgun
Year Built: c.1890

house
77 East 13th Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: shotgun
Year Built: c.1890

house
80 East 13th Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: gable-front
Year Built: c.1890/c.1920

house
210 East 13th Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Bungalow
Year Built: c.1920

house
205 East 14th Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: vernacular
Year Built: c.1900

duplex
207-209 East 14th Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Year Built: c.1940

Mary Harwood House
217 East 15th Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Arts and Crafts
Year Built: c.1910

It is highly likely that the owners of 1417 East Main Street had this house built at the rear of their lot for either family members or for rental purposes. Mary S. Harwood, the widow of J.D., was the first resident of the home and probably lived here until her death in 1927.

house
45 East 6th Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: gable-front
Year Built: c.1890

Demolished 2013

Johnson-Godfrey-Steinhauer House
214 East 9th Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Federal
Year Built: 1850/c.1915

The original section of this house was built for William Marshall Johnson in 1850. It was enlarged and remodeled circa 1915 under the ownership of Edward Steinhauer.

house
215 East 9th Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: American Foursquare
Year Built: c.1920

house
217 East 9th Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: American Foursquare
Year Built: c.1920

house
218 East 9th Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Bungalow
Year Built: c.1920

house
219 East 9th Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Bungalow
Year Built: c.1920

house
220 East 9th Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Bungalow
Year Built: c.1920

Losson E. Bettinger House
221 East 9th Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Greek Revival
Year Built: c.1853

Built sometime between 1852 and 1855, this was originally part of 820 East Market Street but was separated in 1901.

house
504 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Greek Revival
Year Built: c.1850

house
506 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: American Foursquare
Year Built: c.1910

Hurlbut-Doll-Butler House
510 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Federal
Year Built: c.1845

Elias Beadle, a resident of Knox County in western Indiana, purchased this lot in July 1845 from Thomas Conner for $900.00 and had this house built shortly thereafter. It was later home to dry goods merchant James Doll and to attorney Noble C. Butler before being divided into apartments around World War II.

Isaac P. Smith House
513 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Greek Revival
Year Built: 1848-53

This stately brick home, which combines elements of both the Greek Revival and Federal styles, was constructed between 1848-53 by master builder and architect Isaac P. Smith as his own residence.

McCartney-Cobb-Danforth House
514 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Greek Revival

This brick, Greek Revival-style townhome was built in 1848, and served as a time as the parsonage for St. Paul's Episcopal Church.

Joshua Bragdon House
517 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Greek Revival
Year Built: 1856

Designed by Isaac P. Smith, this frame house was built in 1856 for Joshua Bragdon, owner of the New Albany Rolling Mill.

Montgomery-Cannon House
518 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Italianate
Year Built: 1850

This home was built in 1850 for riverboat pilot Samuel Montgomery, and the decorative, New Orleans-style ironwork reflects his travels.

Benjamin Rowe House
519 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: American Foursquare
Year Built: 1912

Charles and Elizabeth Hassenmiller – who lived next door at 517 East Main – owned this vacant lot, and hired noted local builders Stephen Day & Sons Contractors and Carpenters to construct this home. After completion of the house, the Hassenmillers sold the property to Benjamin E. and Nelle B. Rowe for $5,500.

Sloan-Bicknell-Paris House
600 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Italianate
Year Built: 1854

Designed by Isaac P. Smith, this was built as home and office for Dr. John Sloan in 1854, and was home to the Paris family from 1937 to 1996.

George H. Devol House
601 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Queen Anne
Year Built: 1889

This Queen Anne-style home was built in 1889 for George H. and Eliza L. Devol, and remained in the Devol family for almost forty years.

Gordon-Jewett House
603 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Queen Anne
Year Built: 1890

Harry and Helen Gordon purchased this lot in August 1889 for $1,400 and the building permit, dated June 1890, lists the cost of construction of the Queen Anne-style house as $2,000.

house
605 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Queen Anne
Year Built: c.1900

house
607 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Queen Anne
Year Built: c.1900

Silliman-Ayers-Lindsay-Richardson-Lapsley House
612 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Second Empire
Year Built: c.1845
Year Renovated: 1885

This house was built circa 1845 and extensively updated in 1885, in the Second Empire style. It was home to one of New Albany's early businesswomen, Mary Ann Silliman-Ayers-Lindsay-Richardson-Lapsley.

house
613 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Federal
Year Built: c.1850

Eisenhauer-Dudley House
615 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: shotgun
Year Built: c.1875

The early history of this shotgun-style home is interwoven with its neighbor to the east, 617 East Main Street. It is very likely that New Albany architect and master builder, James Banes, built both houses soon after purchasing the lots in April 1875.

Newburger-Lind House
616 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Queen Anne
Year Built: 1900

This house and the one immediately to its east, at 620 East Main, were both built as investment properties in 1900.

Eisenhauer-Tilford-Tyler House
617 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Arts and Crafts
Year Built: c.1875
Year Renovated: c.1900/c.1920

This home was built c.1875, likely by master builder James Banes, who owned the lot at that time. It was extensively remodeled around the turn of the 20th century, when the second floor was added, and again in the 1920s, when it was updated to take on more of a Craftsman style.

Lewis R. Stoy House
619 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Queen Anne
Year Built: 1883
Year Renovated: 1895

This was originally constructed as a single-story, gabled-ell dwelling for the Lewis R. Stoy family in 1883; the upper stories were added in a major remodeling that took place in 1895.

Newburger-Collins House
620 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Queen Anne
Year Built: 1900

Like its neighbor to the west at 616, this Queen Anne-style house was built in 1900 as an investment property for John F. McCulloch. The first residents were the owner of the White House Department Store, Samuel W. Newburger, and his family.

Charles A. Reineking House
703 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Italianate
Year Built: c.1855

Records indicate that dry goods merchant Charles Reineking purchased this lot in 1851, and his family was occupying the house as early as 1859.

Culbertson Widows' Home
704 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Italianate
Year Built: 1873

William S. Culbertson financed the construction of this building in 1873, to provide a home for New Albany's indigent widows. It continued to function as such until 1971.

Kehoe-Garnier House
705 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Year Built: 1910

This house was constructed in 1910 as an investment property, owned by Miles and Rosa Kehoe. The Kehoes resided several blocks east, at 1118 East Main Street, and owned the house until 1920.

Nunemacher-Hangary House
709 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Gothic Revival
Year Built: 1853

Built in Gothic Revival style, this home has had only three owners since its construction in 1853.

Conner-Mann House
710 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Italianate
Year Built: c.1845
Year Renovated: 1867

This brick residence was built circa 1845 for William C. Conner, and was extensively remodeled in 1867 in the Italianate style.

Washington C. DePauw Mansion
714 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Second Empire
Year Built: 1870

One of New Albany's leading citizens, Washington C. DePauw, had his winter home built here in 1870, in the Second Empire style. The house is of frame construction, but has been finished to resemble stone.

Conner-Hegewald House
716 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Queen Anne
Year Built: 1906

This frame, late Queen Anne-style home was built on property once owned by Washington C. DePauw. William C. Conner, owner of a wallpaper company, purchased the new house in July 1906.

Day-Kenny House
800 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Queen Anne
Year Built: 1909

Anthony T. Day, president of the Day Leather Company, purchased this lot in August 1908 from Newton DePauw, and appears to have had the home constructed the following year.

condominium building
801 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: contemporary
Year Built: 2001

This new building was constructed in 2001. It was designed by architect Ron Stiller to fit in with its historic surroundings while still being identifiable as modern construction.

house
802 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: American Foursquare
Year Built: c.1900

William Huff House
808 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Colonial Revival
Year Built: 1928

This brick, Colonial Revival-style home was builti in 1928 on a portion of the former site of the DePauw College for Young Ladies.

Knights of Columbus Hall
809 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Year Built: 1921

This gynamsium was constructed in 1921 by contractors Stephen Day & Sons.

Moore-Tabler House
815 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Federal
Year Built: 1848

This home was built in 1848 as a gift to dry goods merchant Scott Moore and his wife, Mary Ann, from Mary Ann's father, John Conner.

DePauw Apartments
818 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Neoclassical
Year Built: 1925

Designed by New Albany architect Paul E. Moosmiller, this Neoclassical-style structure was built in 1925 as four cooperative apartments.

Adelaide Packard Piano Forte School
819 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Neoclassical
Year Built: 1899

Miss Adelaide Packard was a music teacher at DePauw College for Young Ladies, which was located directly across the street from this structure. Adelaide purchased the lot in March 1898 and had this frame, Classical Revival style building – which originally had a center tower – constructed the following year. 

Robert E. Burk House
901 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Year Built: c.1900

This gable-front house was built for the Robert Burk family around the turn of the twentieth century. 

Burk-Nickel House
903 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: shotgun
Year Built: 1893

Insurance agent Robert Burk purchased this lot in January 1893, and had this house built soon after.

Samuel Culbertson House
904 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Queen Anne
Year Built: 1886

This brick Queen Anne-style mansion was constructed in 1886, as a wedding present from William S. Culbertson - who lived next door - to his son, Samuel.

Blessing-Malbon House
907 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Federal
Year Built: 1848

Nicholas Blessing had this frame home - which combines elements of the Federal and Greek Revival styles - constructed in 1848.

Capt. Charles Van Dusen House
913 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Italianate

This Italianate-style home was built in 1853 for Charles Van Dusen, a riverboat captain. The captain wanted his home built on high ground, so he had dirt hauled in by carts to create a hill before beginning construction.

William S. Culbertson Mansion
914 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Second Empire
Year Built: 1867-69

Now operated as the Culbertson Mansion State Historic Site, the William S. Culbertson home was built 1867-69 at a cost of $120,000. A noteworthy example of the Second Empire style, the mansion was individually listed in the National Register in 1974.

James and Angelina Collins House
917 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Greek Revival
Year Built: 1852

Built in 1852, this brick Federal/Greek Revival style house was home to James and Angelina Maria Lorraine Collins. Mrs. Collins is noted as the author of the first cookbook published in the state of Indiana.

Victor Pepin House
1003 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Italianate
Year Built: 1851

This striking example of the Italianate Tuscan Villa style was built in 1851, based on a pattern book design by noted Philadelphia architect Samuel Sloan. It was later home to the Barth family for more than six decades.

apartment buildings
1004-1006 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: contemporary
Year Built: c.1970

These apartment buildings were constructed c.1970 on the site of the Jesse J. Brown mansion. Brown was a contemporary and one-time business partner of William S. Culbertson.

house
1012 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: vernacular
Year Built: c.1970

Ferry-McDonald-Green House
1014 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Italianate
Year Built: 1866

Levi Ferry, a prominent New Albany businessman and insurance agent, purchased these lots in 1865 and had his Upper High Street home built in 1866.  The architects of the structure were likely William and James Banes.

Phineas Kent House
1015 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Italianate
Year Built: 1854-55

An architectural companion to its neighbor to the west, this Italianate Tuscan Villa was built in 1854-55 for prominent New Albany attorney Phineas Kent. It was later home to Captain John B. Ford, a pioneer of the plate glass industry in America.

house
1016 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: vernacular
Year Built: c.1970

Joseph & Emma Norton House
1102 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Bungalow
Year Built: c.1922

This home was constructed around 1922, replacing an earlier, two-story frame dwelling that had stood on the site previously.

Knoefel-Lofton House
1103 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Queen Anne
Year Built: 1896

This brick, Queen Anne-style home was built in 1896 for druggist Charles D. Knoefel - proprietor of the Knoefel Drug Store - and his wife, Mary.

William P. Stein House
1104 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: American Foursquare
Year Built: 1922

The lot at 1104 East Main was purchased by William P. Stein for $1550 in 1922, and this American Foursquare-style home was constructed immediately.

Arthur E. Scott House
1106 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: American Foursquare
Year Built: 1912

This American Foursquare - almost identical to the house at 1115 E. Main - is also believed to have been built by S. Day and Sons.

Michael C. Kerr House
1109 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Italianate
Year Built: 1864

This brick Gothic Revival/Italianate-style home was built in 1864 for Michael C. Kerr. Kerr served five terms in Congress, and was Speaker of the House from December 1875 through August 1876.

Apartment building
1110 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Year Built: c.1965

house
1114 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: American Foursquare
Year Built: c.1920

Louis C. Stein House
1115 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: American Foursquare
Year Built: 1913

This American Foursquare-style home was built in 1913 for Louis C. Stein, and is almost identical to the house across Main Street at 1106.

Samuel A. McClung House
1118 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Italianate
Year Built: c.1870

This home, a mixture of the Gothic Revival and Italianate styles of architecture, was built for wholesale boots and shoes merchant, Samuel A. McClung.

James & Aglae Croxall House
1119 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Federal
Year Built: 1853
Year Renovated: c.1920

This brick Federal/Greek Revival House was built circa 1853, with the front porch added in the 1920s.

Shipman-McCord Mansion
1206 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Italianate
Year Built: 1866

This elegant home was built in 1866 for William C. Shipman, proprietor of the Phoenix Foundry, one of the many shipbuilding suppliers in New Albany.  The architect and builders of the structure were likely William and James Banes, builders of many fine Upper High Street residences of the time, including the Culbertson Mansion.

Shipman-McCord Playhouse
1208 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: vernacular
Year Built: 1866

This structure was built in 1866 along with the Shipman Mansion to the west. According to local lore, it was used as a children's playhouse.

James H. Marshel House
1209 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Italianate
Year Built: 1863

Constructed in 1863, this Italianate-style brick home was built for James Marshel, wholesale dealer in coach and saddlery hardware, and manufacturer of horse collars, harnesses and carriages.

Walter A. Gadient House
1212 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Bungalow
Year Built: 1914

Walter A. Gadient purchased this lot in March 1914 from the administrators of the Washington C. DePauw estate. The house was constructed immediately, likely by the noted builders of the day, S. Day and Sons of New Albany.

Eugene V. Knight House
1217 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: American Foursquare
Year Built: 1912

Built in 1912 for veneer mogul Col. Eugene V. Knight, this house displays an American Foursquare form with Classical Revival details.

Louis Bir House
1218 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Queen Anne
Year Built: c.1890

This charming Queen Anne-style home was built around 1890 for the Louis Bir family. Mr. Bir, a prominent New Albany businessman, was proprietor of the Louis Bir Lumber & Manufacturing Company.

house
1219 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Greek Revival
Year Built: c.1870

James L. Bir House
1301 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Bungalow
Year Built: 1922

This large bungalow was built in 1922 for James Bir, vice-president of the Louis Bir Lumber and Manufacturing Company, and remained in the Bir family for almost sixty years.

Central Christian Parsonage
1302 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: American Foursquare
Year Built: 1919

The American foursquare style home at 1302 East Main was constructed in 1919 as the parsonage for nearby Central Christian Church, and was used as such until the mid-1950s.

Harry Bir House
1305 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Arts and Crafts
Year Built: c.1920

This home was constructed around 1920 for the Bir family. The family business, the Louis Bir Lumber & Manufacturing Co., began in 1882 and the lumber yard was located on this site prior to the construction of this and the neighboring house.

Hart-Todd-Beeler House
1308 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Queen Anne
Year Built: 1862
Year Renovated: c.1900

This house was built for George O. and Addie Hart in 1862. The house was originally constructed in the Greek Revival style, but was modified over the years to take on the Queen Anne style seen today.

Warren-Morrill House
1309 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Greek Revival
Year Built: 1853

Constructed in 1853, this brick, Greek Revival-style home was built for Franklin Warren, who served as Mayor of New Albany from 1856-59. Ralph Waldo Emerson spent the night here during a February 1866 visit to New Albany. 

house
1315 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Bungalow
Year Built: c.1920

house
1319 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: ranch
Year Built: c.1960

Edward M. Bir House
1401 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Queen Anne
Year Built: c.1898

Edward Bir purchased this lot in May 1898 and had this Queen Anne-style home built soon after.

John H. Stotsenburg House
1407 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Italianate
Year Built: 1867

Local attorney and judge John H. Stotsenburg purchased this lot for $1000 in July of 1867 and the frame, Italianate-style home was built shortly thereafter. 

Scott-McKiernan House
1417 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Greek Revival
Year Built: 1864

Furniture dealer David R. Scott and his wife, Sophronia C. Scott, purchased these two lots from David Cadwalder in July 1864 for $1,600, and the home was constructed immediately.

Holy Trinity Rectory
702 East Market Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Romanesque Revival
Year Built: 1870

Constructed in 1870, this served as the rectory for Holy Trinity Catholic Church, which stood on the lot to the east.

Addition to the Main Street School
802 East Market Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Year Built: 1910

This 1910 building was designed by Arthur Smith, architect for the New Albany City Schools, as an addition to the Main Street School.

house
804 East Market Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Queen Anne
Year Built: c.1890

William Banes House
808 East Market Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Queen Anne
Year Built: c.1870

This was the residence of William Banes, builder of many of New Albany's finest homes in the late 19th century. Along with his brother, James, Banes was responsible for the Culbertson Mansion, the Culbertson Widows' Home, and the McCord mansion, among many others.

German-American School
810 East Market Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Gothic Revival
Year Built: 1867

This building was constructed in 1867 to house the Independent German-American Academy.

Paul and Mary Day Moosmiller House
820 East Market Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Greek Revival
Year Built: c.1853

This stately brick home was constructed sometime between 1852 and 1855 by John B. Crawford, then sold to New Albany businessman Adam Knapp in 1855.

house
902 East Market Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Bungalow
Year Built: c.1920

house
908-910 East Market Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: shotgun
Year Built: c.1900

house
912 East Market Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: shotgun
Year Built: c.1890

house
916 East Market Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Queen Anne
Year Built: c.1890

Eckert-Corbett Saloon Building
918 East Market Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Greek Revival
Year Built: c.1865

This commercial building, which may have been built as early as 1865, housed a saloon for many years before Prohibition. It later was the home of Rookie's Bakery.

Bader Building
1002 East Market Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Queen Anne
Year Built: c.1885

Sylvester and Margaret S. Bir Grocery & Residence
1004 East Market Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Italianate
Year Built: c.1878

The Bir family had this building constructed circa 1878 for their grocery store, and owned the building for almost a century.

houses
1008-1010 East Market Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: shotgun
Year Built: c.1885

St. Paul's Episcopal Church
1040 East Market Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Category: Gothic Revival
Year Built: 1895-96

On July 19, 1834, a small group of people met in a private home on State Street to establish St. Paul's Episcopal Parish, the first Episcopal parish in Indiana. This building, the church's third home, was constructed in 1895-96.





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