• 275 Main St, Reedsburg, Sauk County, Wisconsin

    Stager, Claudette

    This commercial vernacular structure was built by Reedsburg Building and Lumber in 1885 for Joseph L. Green. He leased it to Gale, Siefert and Company Hardware for five years. August Siefert was in th…

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  • 125 Main St, Reedsburg, Sauk County, Wisconsin

    Stager, Claudette

    This Second Empire Structure was built in 1886 by Reedsburg Building and Lumber Company for William Roper. Roper operated several hotels in Reedsburg during his lifetime. The building later housed the…

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  • 311 Third St, Reedsburg, Sauk County, Wisconsin

    Stager, Claudette

    This Queen Anne structure was the home of Isiah Weaver, a pharmacist and drug store owner. Weaver bought the lot from William French in 1892. The house was probably built by Reedsburg Building & Lumbe…

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  • 500 South Park St, Reedsburg, Sauk County, Wisconsin

    Stager, Claudette

    This Queen Anne structure may have been built in 1892 by Reedsburg Building and Lumber for Frank Darrenougue. Darrenougue was a barber and jeweler. The Reedsburg Historic Survey was conducted from Oct…

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  • 237 Main St, Reedsburg, Sauk County, Wisconsin

    Stager, Claudette

    This commercial vernacular structure was built in 1877 by Hackett and Buckley with S. Shipman as the architect. N. W. Sallade's Drugstore was located here. Moses Young later took over the drugstore bu…

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  • 538 540 South Park St, Reedsburg, Sauk County, Wisconsin

    Stager, Claudette

    This gabled ell structure was built in 1891 by Reedsburg Building & Lumber. Frank Howland was the architect. The house was the home of August Darrenougue, a jeweler in Reedsburg. The Reedsburg Histori…

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  • 515 South Park St, Reedsburg, Sauk County, Wisconsin

    Stager, Claudette

    This Queen Anne structure was built in 1892. It was built by Reedsburg Building and Lumber and Frank Howland may have been the architect. It was the home of John L. Heffernan. O. B. Titus and Albert S…

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