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By Margaret N. Keyes

This quantity files a phase of the westward circulation of architectural types in the USA. studying the structure of 19th-century houses in Iowa urban, this silver anniversary variation is accelerated with over 20 new homes and 25 new images.

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Johnson-Bodine-Lang House 2155 Prairie du Chien Road 85 62. Lewis-Koser House (Non-Extant) 227 N. Clinton Street 87 63. Fracker-Rate House (Non-Extant) 625 S. Clinton Street 87 64. Lindsay-Lake House 935 E. College Street 89 65. Hammond-Hillel Foundation House (Non-Extant) 122 E. Market Street 92 66. Musser-Dixon House 715 E. College Street 92 67. Sueppel-Taylor House 425 E. Jefferson Street 94 68. Eicher House 1036 Woodlawn Avenue 95 69. Michael-Redman House 314 E. Church Street 97 70. Main-Kappa Sigma House (Non-Extant) 932 E.

Lucas Street 124 94. Reno-Sales House 327329 Brown Street 125 95. Kirkwood-James House 1101 Kirkwood Avenue 127 96. Miller House 906 E. Market Street 127 97. Riehl House 630 E. Washington Street 129 98. McCollister-Showers-Norton House S. Gilbert Street 129 99. Marshall House (Non-Extant) 22 E. Jefferson Street 131 100. Marshall HouseFirst-Floor Stone Walls and Fireplace 22 E. Jefferson Street 132 101. Marshall HouseBark-covered Beams 22 E. Jefferson Street 132 102. Billingsley-Hills-Widness House 629 Melrose Avenue 133 103.

Downey, attorney, banker, real estate dealer, and a member of the first Board of Trustees of the State University, and now belonging to Mr. and Mrs. Bruce R. Glasgow (Illustrations 15 and 16), is a one-story example of the Greek Revival style with a pedimented portico. Located high on a hill in the north part of the original town, the house is said to have been designed by John F. " No information has been found which verifies this. Some confusion exists concerning the first owner of the property and the possible date of construction.

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