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1412 RUGER AVE

Architecture and History Inventory

NAMES

Historic Name: Brewster Randall House (Colonel)

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Reference Number: 40689

PROPERTY LOCATION

Location (Address): 1412 RUGER AVE

County: Rock

City: Janesville

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PROPERTY FEATURES

Year Built: 1862

Additions:C. 1870

Additions:C. 1950

Survey Date:2003

Historic Use: house

Architectural Style: Italianate

Property Type: Building

Structural System: Balloon Frame

Wall Material: Clapboard

Architect:GARY NETTLETON

Other Buildings On Site: 0

Demolished?: No

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DESIGNATIONS

National/State Register Listing Name:  BREWSTER RANDALL HOUSE

National Register Listing Date: 1984-03-01

State Register Listing Date: 1989-01-01

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NOTES

Additional Information: Randall was a native of Ohio who moved to Janesville in 1862. In Ohio he practiced law and served in the state senate. After arriving in Janesville he retired as a farmer.

Bibliographic References: A. Assessment Rolls: 1860, 1865, 1880. B. City Directories: 1870, 1892, 1913. C. NRHP Form prepared by M. Montgomery (RCHS). D. Italianate Houses of Janesville, Thematic Resource. E. JANESVILLE HISTORIC DISTRICTS NEWSLETTER, JANESVILLE HISTORIC COMMISSION, WINTER 1995.

RECORD LOCATION

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

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