This is an American Foursquare house that very well could have been ordered from a Sears Catalog and delivered in a boxcar with directions and
all parts numbered. They were popular from the 1890's to the 1930's. From the photograph, it appears to be poured concrete. It also includes
some Jeffersonian features such as the crisscross almost-Monticello balcony railing where there would normally be a roof over a porch.

Could this have been the home of Peter & Charlotte Davidson and seven kids, including CPD?


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