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806-808 South Eleventh Street (House), 806-808 South Eleventh Street, Saint Joseph, Buchanan County, MO

806-808 South Eleventh Street (House), 806-808 South Eleventh Street, Saint Joseph, Buchanan County, MO

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Significance: The building has only marginal architectural integrity. While it has lost one of its two entrance porches, it retains its integrity of design, material, association, and location. The architectural features that remain: door and window openings, exterior decorative features of brick, stone, and metal convey the sense of Queen Anne/Eastlake style.
Survey number: HABS MO-1881
Building/structure dates: 1887 Initial Construction



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Nieman, C


Saint Joseph (Mo.)39.75975, -94.84680
Google Map of 39.7597475, -94.84679709999999


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