"Ivy-Duncan-Dannenburg Home" Tahlequah Things to Do Tip by Stephen-KarenConn
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The Ivy-Duncan-Dannenburg Home, also known as the Jim Duncan Home, sits on Brookside, just across the street from the city park. It was built, Circa. 1888, by Augustus Ivey, a prominent Tahlequah businessman, and was sold to the James Duncan family. Mr. Duncan was a land surveyor, a teacher, and a farmer. In the front lawn of the home is a springhouse which was a source of drinking water for early residents, as well as a cool place for storing milk and butter.
In 1965 the City of Tahlequah purchased the home and converted it into a multi-use community center.
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