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Charles E. Curver House



Charles E. Curver House
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Title: Charles E. Curver House
Description: Two unidentified girls pose seated on a large stone in a rock garden on the lawn of the Charles E. Curver home. There are small clumps of flowers in bloom in the garden. The two-story wood frame house has a small recessed front porch with columns. There are window boxes at the two front first-story windows. Curver's daughter Harriet was the teacher at Hillcrest School, District No. 6, Towns of Waukesha, Pewaukee, Brookfield and New Berlin. The house was built by Isaac Pigeon Walker, United States Senator from Wisconsin from 1848 until 1855.

Image ID: 102850
Creation
Date:
1933 
Creator
Name:
Unknown
City, State: Eagle, Wisconsin
Collection
Name:
Wisconsin Rural School Survey Records, 1931-1933
Genre: Photograph
Additional
Information:
Selected for scanning from a collection of photographs submitted to the Wisconsin Rural School Survey.
Subjects: Gardens
Flowers
Plants
Trees
Architecture, Domestic
Porches
Lawns
Children
Outdoor photography
Portrait photography
Dresses
Weathering of buildings
Columns
 

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