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Loomis Home


category : Historic Homes
Loomis Home This home was built in 1882, as the home of Dr. Loomis who bought most of the land and buildings located at the Quaker Mission. This home is now a private residence located on the National Register of Historic Places. You may drive by, but please do not approach the home or homeowners.


Address: 8325 Johnson Drive

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Loomis Home

This home was built in 1882

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