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110 N Wabash Ave

110 N Wabash Ave


110 N Wabash Ave

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a.k.a. Schulte Residence

110 N Wabash Ave, formerly 310 Wabash Ave
Evansville, IN 47712

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1878 House is built
1912 Front porch added
c1950 Converted to VFW with addition
1966 Building is razed


West side of Wabash Ave between Indiana St and Illinois St
District: Independence
Latitude: 37.97905012
Longitude: -87.59429455
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The first "mansion" on the West Side Owners of a prosperous sawmill business.Charles Schulte. partner in reitman & schultes sawmill and in schulte, lohoff and co (tools) Imposing italianate Each featured gabled roofs and eaves brackets, ornamental window heads, a fancy veranda, and a three-story tower Together the pair of residences imparted a touch of urban flavor to the provinical Independence community. article says built in 1882 1912-4-9 ec

widow mrs sophia schulte sold to william scherffius 1912 for $12,500 moved into a new house she built 510n wabash a porch was added 1912 largest in city (1400sqft)

Additions in 1962 sanborn probably already vfw

Schulte home was razed in 1966 and replaced by the present VFW Post #114 building Razed. The VFW is now located on this site.

See also Residences / Domestic Independence district

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