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Schulte-Kingsbury House (417 N Wabash)

Schulte-Kingsbury House (417 N Wabash)
Schulte-Kingsbury House (417 N Wabash)

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417 N Wabash Ave, formerly 617 Wabash Ave
Evansville, IN 47712

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c1895 House is built


East side of Wabash Ave between Michigan St and Virginia St
District: Independence
Latitude: 37.98219389
Longitude: -87.59353012
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research data indicates late 1894-early 1895 construction for this 2 story house and that the original owner and occupant was Edward M Schulte son of local lumberman charles schulte. young schultes occupancy of the home was brief, between 1898 and 1904 the residence was host to a succession of tenants in 1905 forest w kingsbury moved into the house and made it his home until his death in 1920 kingsbury was a well know west side buisness man who rose from a saw filer to an incorporator and first vp of the lamasco bank the house has 2 particular details of note, a beautiful stained glass window and a corner tower capped by an unusual shaped metal dome.

See also Residences / Domestic Independence district

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