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930 3RD AVE

Architecture and History Inventory
930 3RD AVE | Property Record | Wisconsin Historical Society
Historic Name:Herman T. Lange Residence
Other Name:Scott and John Odegard House
Reference Number:41792
Location (Address):930 3RD AVE
County:Eau Claire
City:Eau Claire
Unincorporated Community:
Quarter Section:
Quarter/Quarter Section:
Year Built:1901
Survey Date:1981
Historic Use:house
Architectural Style:Queen Anne
Structural System:Balloon Frame
Wall Material:Clapboard
Other Buildings On Site:0
Demolished Date:
Additional Information:A Queen Anne residence with a more "formal" facade, reflecting a Colonial Revival influence. The two story clapboard and shingle residence is distinguished by partially enclosed gables, bay windows, and a classically inspired veranda featuring dentils and paired columns.

Herman T. Lange was president of Lange's wholesale grocery and fruits. He was also on the board of directors for the Union National Bank and served in the state senate from 1921-1929.

2016- "Herman T. Lange was president of the H.T. Lange Company, which was a wholesale grocery and fruit business that was located at 202 Graham Avenue. Lange also was on the board of directors for the Union National Bank (presently U.S. Bank) and served in the Wisconsin State Senate from 1921 to 1929.

The Lange House is a significant example of the Queen Anne style and is distinguished by the partially enclosed gables, bay windows and a classically inspired veranda featuring dentils and paired columns. In addition, it features steeply pitched roof gables with pointed arch openings and transoms above the doors and windows, which are made from cut glass and stained glass."
-"Eau Claire Landmarks: Designated Historic Properties in Eau Claire, Wisconsin", Eau Claire Landmarks Commission, P.O. Box 5148, 2016.
Bibliographic References:(A) Barland, L. 1965. The Rivers Flow On, p. 435. Eau Claire Landmarks booklet published by the Eau Claire Landmarks Commission in 2002.
Wisconsin Architecture and History Inventory, State Historic Preservation Office, Wisconsin Historical Society, Madison, Wisconsin

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