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 33. W. C. Ball House

1008 North "B" Street (built 1876)NRHP Logo

 

The builder is unknown.  The barn was built in 1885, and the house in 1876.

The house is a fine vernacular residence fusing details of Italianate, stick, and Eastlake styling.

George Ball, brother of W. C. Ball, acquired it in 1896 and lived there until 1919.

Click here for the National Register of Historic Places Registration Form and photos for this building, which you can download.

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East side of the house.  12-10-10
W. C. Ball House

South side of the house.  12-10-10
W. C. Ball House

The barn was built in 1885.  The house is in the background.  12-10-10
W. C. Ball House

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