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lisa
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I'm working on a theatrical project where a certain victorian house is very central to the plot.  My question is:  Was it typical for a victorian house to have no hallways?  Or atypical?  The house in question is in Fall River, Mass.   I don't know when it was constructed.

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Rena
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The front door Entrance Halls--called foyers now-a-days, were in most Victorian houses--visitors had to leave their calling cards somewhere! : )

The 2nd story was more likely to have a long narrow hallway than the 1st floor, except for first floor small halls sometimes near the back kitchen/butler pantry areas...but there are always exceptions...

Look at some of the floor plan samples from the 1800s
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