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Historic Name: NELSON DEWEY HOUSE
Reference Number: 44762
Historic Name: HENRY MUESSE HOUSE
Reference Number: 44721
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: The home of Governor Nelson Dewey, built in 1842 and later owned by Miss Abbey Phelps.
Reference Number: 44637
Description: Bird's-eye map of Lancaster, with inset of Monument for the Soldiers of Grant County.
Reference Number: 45508
Historic Name: WILLIAM ZIEGLER HOUSE
Reference Number: 45440
Historic Name: DR. J. AND EVA M. GODFREY HOUSE
Reference Number: 156142
Historic Name: ROBERT BROOKER HOUSE
Reference Number: 44788
Historic Name: M. M. ZIEGLER DOUBLE BLOCK
Reference Number: 44917
Historic Name: MARTIN OSWALD HOUSE
Reference Number: 44944
Historic Name: STATE BANK OF GRANT COUNTY
Reference Number: 44911
Historic Name: T. M. BARBER BUILDING
Reference Number: 45327
Reference Number: 44683
Historic Name: LOUIS FISCHER HOUSE
Reference Number: 156386
Historic Name: ANTON SCHMITT HOUSE
Reference Number: 44688
Reference Number: 45387
Historic Name: A. H. BARBER/H. A. W. MCNAIR HOUSE
Reference Number: 44789
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Wheatland estate, the 22-acre residence of James Buchanan, was built in 1828 by William Jenkins.
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