MacFarlane Road - Number 412 - Residence of John Jacob Eulberg
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This photographic print, taken by a Portage photographer around the turn of the twentieth century, is mounted on matboard and features the home of then-owner, J.J. Eulberg. This dwelling, built mid-nineteenth century, is an example of somewhat understated Italianate style. The Italianate style is seen in the emphasis on verticality, low-pitched roof, front double doors, entryway veranda with chamfered posts, and tall and narrow double-paned windows with hood moldings. John Jacob Eulberg was the son of succesful Portage businessman, Adam Eulberg, and his wife Margaret May. When Adam Eulberg died, the brewery business that he had succesfully maintained for many years was continued by the "Adam Eulberg" estate. Included in this group was John Jacob. According to the History of Columbia County (1914), J.J. Eulberg was the president of the Eulberg Brewing Company in 1914. The other officers, all sons of Adam Eulberg were Mattias J., Julius A., and Joseph N. John Jacob was known for con
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Eulberg, John Jacob
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- MacFarlane Road - Number 412 - Residence of John Jacob Eulberg. 1900-1905. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://content.mpl.org/cdm/ref/collection/portage/id/128. (Accessed April 18, 2021.)
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- (1900-1905) MacFarlane Road - Number 412 - Residence of John Jacob Eulberg. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://content.mpl.org/cdm/ref/collection/portage/id/128
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- Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <http://content.mpl.org/cdm/ref/collection/portage/id/128>.