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C.L.N. Haines Home


category : Historic Homes
C.L.N. Haines Home The front second floor room was built for a Billiard Room. There are designed parquet floors on the first floor and stained glass windows. There is a back staircase for access to the maid's room.

This property is fenced by the only full iron fence that was not donated to the war effort.


Address: 305 W. Locust

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C.L.N. Haines Home

The front second floor room was built for a Billiard Room. There are designed parquet floors on the first floor and stained glass windows. There is a back staircase for access to the maid's room.

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