223 Main St, Reedsburg, Sauk County, Wisconsin
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- ca. 1983
This commercial vernacular structure was built in 1877 for S. J. Dearholt. His original building was destroyed by fire earlier in the year. Dearholt ran a general merchandise store at this site. When the block was built, Gary's Iron Roofing was put on it by Hansen, Gale and Company of Reedsburg. D.B. Rudd bought the second story rooms to connect with rooms he was living in over the bank to the east. Several businesses have been housed here over the years. At the time of the survey, Lee's Toggery was located here.
The Reedsburg Historic Survey was conducted from October 1983 through April 1984 by the City of Reedsburg and community volunteers. The project was funded, in part, by a National Park Service and U. S. Department of the Interior grant, administered by the Historic Preservation Division of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin. The surveys and accompanying photographs, housed at the Reedsburg Public Library, were compiled to determine National Register of Historic Places eligibility.
- Stager, Claudette
- Recollection Wisconsin
- Contributing Institution
- Reedsburg Public Library
- Reedsburg Historic Survey
Main Street Commercial Historic District
Mort Finch Harness
Dearholt, S. J
Rudd, David B
Wyse, W. A
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- Stager, Claudette. 223 Main St, Reedsburg, Sauk County, Wisconsin. ca. 1983. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://content.mpl.org/cdm/ref/collection/RPL/id/1080. (Accessed February 22, 2020.)
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