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Historic architecture blogger John Foreman (the maestro of Big Old Houses) recently toured the mid-1700s mansion in Princeton, N.J., once owned by Walter Edge, the governor of New Jersey during both World Wars. The estate has got a fascinating political history, sure, but the real money is is vintage shots of its white-washed-brick façade and rust-bitten shutters. This way. [Big Old Houses]