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the first being the White House) is the Octagon House, built for Colonel John Tayloe III in 1799.
Tenders are invited for Octagon House Feasibility Study
With superbly written articles and stunning pictures, the Barbour County Tourism Resource Guide showcases such tourism amenities as the Whiskey Bottle Tombstone and Octagon House in Clayton, the impressive and well preserved antebellum homes in Eufaula, Mother Nature's perpetual water display in Blue Springs, hunting, fishing and recreation at Lakepoint Resort and many other tourism gems.
Local industrialist George Heywood, one of the owners of the Heywood Wakefield furniture company, wanted to build a mansion on the site of the Octagon House, so he had it moved to its present location at 74 Green St.
The book begins with the story of the Octagon House, designed and built in 1854 by John Richards as a promise to his East Coastabred wife that he would build her the "finest and most modern house in the Wisconsin Territory.
which saved the stunning Octagon House, a 148-year-old residence topped with an octagonal observatory, from almost certain demolition.
SAN FRANCISCO Tour history One of the few remaining octagonal houses in the West, Octagon House was built by a miller in 1861.
Currently housed in the Neenah Historical Society's Octagon House, the Hall of' Fame plans to move its offices and museum to the World Paper Center in the old Atlas Mill, a 93,000-square-foot facility in Appleton, WI donated by Kimberly-Clark, after enough funds are raised to complete building renovations.
President Madison took up residence in the Octagon House (still standing at Eighteenth Street and New York Avenue) while the White House was repaired.
in the Pacific Heights area, built by a grocery merchant in 1886, and Octagon House at 2645 Gough St.
Along the way, visitors will learn a little about an octagon house, a Gothic church, an old silver factory, the Richardson Romanesque Museum and an early fire station.
An octagon house built in 1857 is a delightful oddity along the tour's path.