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Hardaway-Evans-Wilson-Sledge House, 2564 Spring Hill Avenue, Mobile, Mobile County, AL

Hardaway-Evans-Wilson-Sledge House, 2564 Spring Hill Avenue, Mobile, Mobile County, AL

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Significance: Originally a country house, this large "Creole" cottage is one of the finest existing examples of its type and is historically significant, as it was, from 1857 to 1868, the home of Augusta Evans Wilson, noted Southern authoress.
Survey number: HABS AL-826
Building/structure dates: 1840 Initial Construction



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Murrell, John
Wilson, Augusta Evans
Hardaway, William A
Evans, Matthew R
Sledge, Edward Simmons


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