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The Jones House


category : Historic Homes
A gothic revival brick house built in 1858, the Jones house is the oldest brick home in Pontiac.


Admission: Donations Appreciated
Hours: By Appointment. Closed Major Holidays.
Address: 314 E. Madison St.
Phone: 815-842-3457

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