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Queen Anne house with Colonial Revival veranda, built in 1886.
Danish immigrant Jersild was a Lutheran minister who was a key player in a doctrinal battle that split the Danish Lutheran Church of America.
The building was begun as an opera house, until damaged by a fire in 1874. The Greek Revival building housed a trading post, post office and saloon on the first floor and guest rooms on the second.
At that point the Methodist congregation bought it and completed it as a Neo-Classical-styled church. Large house of squared logs built in 1845 by James Doty, territorial judge, land developer (of Madison in particular), and governor of Wisconsin Territory and Utah Territory. It is one of the oldest wooden buildings in the state.
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After they moved to a new building in 1970, it was used by Boys' Club and as a homeless shelter.4-story office building designed by local architect Henry Auler in Neoclassical style and built 1913-14 to house a fraternal insurance company which merged with Equitable Fraternal Union of Neenah in 1930. Large Queen Anne house designed by Waters and built in 1888 for Richard W.
Guenther, a Prussian immigrant, Oshkosh druggist, Wisconsin state treasurer, US Congressman, and diplomat.
From 1906 to 1913 the large house also hosted the new Lakeside Sanitorium and Training School for Nurses, which later evolved into Mercy Medical Center. Frank was an Indiana furniture manufacturer who married Helen Howard, and joined her father's paper-making business.
Their son, film director Howard Hawks, spent part of his boyhood in the house.