Browse Collection: Homes (33 total)

This photo shows the Cunningham House which appears to be at the top of a wooded hill.

This is one of the many stone houses found in and around the county. This one was built by Col. John Ryker in about 1850. The stone was, no doubt, collected from the property for use in the building. Col. Ryker sold the house to Abel Douglas who still owned it in 1927. It was then sold to John…

This is one of the many stone houses found in and around the county. This one was built by Col. John Ryker in about 1850. The stone was, no doubt, collected from the property for use in the building. Col. Ryker sold the house to Abel Douglas who still owned it in 1927. It was then sold to John…

This is one of the many stone houses found in and around the county. This one was built by Col. John Ryker in about 1850. The stone was, no doubt, collected from the property for use in the building. Col. Ryker sold the house to Abel Douglas who still owned it in 1927. It was then sold to John…

This is one of the many stone houses found in and around the county. This one was built by Col. John Ryker in about 1850. The stone was, no doubt, collected from the property for use in the building. Col. Ryker sold the house to Abel Douglas who still owned it in 1927. It was then sold to John…

This home is located on State Road 7, one mile south of Dupont near the Boy Scout camp. The turret on the north side of the home and the bay window give it a Queen Anne style look, but the rather plain, boxy look of the rest of the house does not continue the Queen Anne theme. The home was built at…

This building was erected sometime between 1886 and 1892 (Sanborn Maps). It may have been the office building for the Dow and Brown Sawmill (see Dow and Brown Sawmill) for a time. In 1927, when this picture was taken, Lemen describes it as the Cassidy House. The 1927 city directory states that…

We have no information on this home other than it is in Wirt, Indiana and at one time was owned by Ennis Hull. Anyone care to help us on this one?

This house has been described as Queen Anne/Romanesque. It was built between 1892 and 1897, probably for the Michael Donlan family and they lived in the home for over fifty years. Mr. Donlan was a prominent Madisonian with ties to the banking industry. The last two Donlans in the home were…

This building, originally a private home, was built ca. 1878, probably by William H. Bruning. Mr. Bruning retained ownership of the home until his death in 1930, although he hadn't lived in the house for some time. It is assumed the property was rented to other individuals until it was sold to…