347 Madison SEBuilt in: 1901
Here we see a Tudor-style with craftsman or "stick" influences. Unique to this 1901 home is the fact it and the apartment building to its immediate south were purchased in the 1940's by the Catholic Church as a home for the Carmelite Sisters of the Divine Heart of Jesus. There was an enclosed hallway constructed between the two for the convenience of the Sisters of St. Anne's Home.Past Owners:
Johnston, Dr. Collins SH. And Elmira - Original OwnerImages and Documents
Johnston, Carolyn E.
Zuelke, Harry B. & Utha
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