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Noland-Haukenberry House, 216 North Delaware Street, Independence, Jackson County, MO

Noland-Haukenberry House, 216 North Delaware Street, Independence, Jackson County, MO

 
 
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Significance: Built in the mid-19th century, the house was purchased in 1908 by Joseph Tilford Noland and Margaret Ellen Truman Noland, aunt and uncle of Harry S. Truman. It was later owned by their granddaughter, Ardis Ragland Haukenberry. The house is located directly across from the Truman home. The 2-story Victorian house, of woodframe construction with clapboard siding, has been expanded over the years...
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N15
Survey number: HABS MO-1911
National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 71001066

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Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
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Independence39.09361, -94.42405
Google Map of 39.0936108, -94.42404520000001
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