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220 S JACKSON ST

Architecture and History Inventory

NAMES

Historic Name: R.A. LOVELAND HOUSE

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Contributing: Yes

Reference Number: 20117

PROPERTY LOCATION

Location (Address): 220 S JACKSON ST

County: Rock

City: Janesville

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PROPERTY FEATURES

Year Built: 1861

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Survey Date:1987

Historic Use: house

Architectural Style: Italianate

Property Type: Building

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Wall Material: Clapboard

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Demolished?: No

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DESIGNATIONS

National/State Register Listing Name:  OLD 4TH WARD H D

National Register Listing Date: 1990-05-30

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NOTES

Additional Information: This two story frame house with narrow lap siding is an example of the Italianate style (see 302 South Locust Street). Italianate features include the low pitch roof, overhanging eave with decorative brackets, double doors with glass panels, tall first story windows, and decorative window moldings. The full front porch is typical of the style. This house was built in about 1860. The first recorded owner is R.A. Loveland, a partner in the firm of Payne, Hastings and Company, proprietors of the Rock County Woolen Mills. Loveland served as mayor of Janesville.

Bibliographic References: (A) TAX ROLLS. (B) HISTORIC JANESVILLE, HERITAGE PRESERVATION ASSOCIATES, INC. MACDONALD AND MACK PARTNERSHIP, CITY OF JANESVILLE DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT, 1994. (C) ASSESSMENT ROLLS, 1858, 1860, 1865, 1870, 1880, 1890. (D) CITY DIRECTORIES, 1859-60, 1870-71, 1885. (E) HISTORY OF ROCK COUNTY.

RECORD LOCATION

Wisconsin Architecture and History Inventory, Division of Historic Preservation-Public History, Wisconsin Historical Society, Madison, Wisconsin

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