Style: Queen Anne
Description: This is an asymmetrical, two-story wood frame structure with cement siding and a rock face concrete foundation. The roofline is cross-gabled, with the front gable dominant. The peak, which contains a tall narrow window rounded at the top, extends slightly outward over dentil and decorative brackets. Between the first and second floors a pent roof flares out slightly over simple brackets. The porch, off center to the right, has a low pitch front gabled roofline and decorative scrollwork in the peak. On both north and south sides of the house are located cross gables, enclosed by a pent roof over simple brackets, and half circle windows in the peaks. A hexagonal tower faces the intersection of Eighth and Union streets, under which is a cutaway bay on the first story. A small, attached garage is on the northwest side.
Construction Date: 1901
structure seen on the 1894 Birds Eye Map is not the same structure that appears
on the 1903 and 1911 Sanborn Insurance Maps.
City Water Department records indicate water service was turned on