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107 South Main Street (Commercial Building), Elkhart, Elkhart County, IN

107 South Main Street (Commercial Building), Elkhart, Elkhart County, IN

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Significance: Example of Queen Anne Style. Forms part of original commercial district. // c. 1880. Architect unknown. Queen Anne. Exterior load bearing masonry walls with interior wood framing. Built-up roof over wood framing. Tan Brick, wood cornice, detailed bay window. Skylights at center of building on 2nd floor. New partitions added in 60's to create office space. Entry overhand with cedar shingles added c. 1970. Vacant, vandalized.
Survey number: HABS IN-206
Building/structure dates: ca. 1880 Initial Construction
Building/structure dates: ca. 1970 Subsequent Work



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator


Jamestown (Elkhart County, Ind.)41.60623, -85.84862
Google Map of 41.6062253, -85.84862360000001


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