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Ely Residence



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Title: Ely Residence
Description: Richard T. Ely residence, 205 North Prospect St. This house is Georgian revival in style and was built by Richard & Anna Ely in 1896. The architect was Charles Sumner Frost. The Ely family lived there until he moved to Northwestern University. The house, according to Mrs. Anna Ely Morehouse, was one of the very first erected in the University Heights section of the city.

Image ID: 34967
Creation
Date:
1924 ca.
Creator
Name:
Diemer, Melvin E.
City, State: Madison, Wisconsin
Collection
Name:
Place File*
Genre: Photograph
Subjects: Housing
Cities and towns
Architecture
 

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