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  • Awesome. Prolific architect Nicholas T. Haller is listed as the owner, architect and builder on the 1892 permit for this house on S Street. The stone-faced first story with lots of carving and the semi-circular arches held up by squat columns are Richardsonian Romanesque in style, which was the rage right then. Also, when you see a hanging bay, called an oriel, that’s 1890s.

    Haller started as a carpenter before turning architect/developer in 1883. One source says Haller used this as his residence, which should not surprise given the level of detail.

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