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Emmett W. Hatcher Home

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(c. 1901)
This two-story Victorian house features very sharp roof angles defining a pyramidal style of architecture. The house was built for Emmett W. Hatcher, a dry goods and drugstore merchant who offered the first home delivery service in the city. The frame structure exhibits many of the notable features of the Victorian period: a wrap-around porch, unusual second floor balconies, hard pine flooring, first floor twelve-foot ceilings, pocket doors, door transoms and intricately carved moldings. The house was featured in the Spring 1987 issue of Victorian Homes magazine.

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