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The Tabby House at 27 S. 7th is individually cited in the National Register. Made of crushed oyster shell and poured Portland cement, it was designed by the New York architect, R.S. Schuyler. It was built in 1885 for C.W. Lewis.
the Lesesne House, built in 1860 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.
the Duryee Building, constructed in 1882, now home of the Marina Restaurant.
On the NW corner is the recently renovated 1885 Eppes House.
t Centre and 4th an 1891 metal facade joins the 1880 Swann/Waas building and the 1884 building, home of Partin's
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