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Dedicated to Those Who Served and Died
May Their Sacrifice Forever Inspire Freedom
I was that which others did not want to be, I went where others feared to go, and did what others failed to do. I asked nothing from those who gave nothing, and…
Built in 1897-98 by Christina Eichert, a partner in the Walter Brewery Co. One of the city's finest examples of Queen Anne Architecture.
Approved May Eighteen
Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Three
Katherine and James Wickham constructed this Colonial Revival style home in 1925-26. It is one of the best examples of this architectural style in the City. James Wickham was a prominent Eau Claire attorney who argued over 125 c…
This Queen Anne home was built by William Christian Reinhard, Circa 1873. Reinhard immigrated to the U.S. from Germany in 1841 and worked as an architect and builder. He was also a state assembly man, and an accomplished artist and m…
Built in 1883 by Elijah Swift as a private kindergarten, then used as the Hardy School for Young Ladies and Children from 1887-1890.
Designated July Thirty-One
Nineteen Hundred and Eighty
Brady Anderson built this Queen Anne style house between 1892 and 1894. Waldemar Ager lived in the house from 1903 until his death in 1941. Ager was an influential Norwegian-American author and editor. He wrote many novels, short…
The first brick house built in Eau Claire in 1871 by Herman Schlegelmilch. He was a gunsmith and had a shop on Barstow Street.
Approved April Twenty-Two
Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-One
John S. Owen became one of Eau Claire's powerful lumber barons. The house is a Colonial Revival style built in 1923 as the Owen's second residence.
Designated March Nineteen
Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Six
This Queen Anne style house was built by Frederick
and Mary Woltersdorf in 1893. Frederick moved to Eau Claire in 1874 from Germany. He worked in a book bindery and a barbershop before becoming a partner in cigar manufacturing in…
This fine Queen Anne Style home was built by Herman T. Lange in 1901. Lange was president of the H.T. Lange Company, a wholesale fruit and grocery company.
Designated November Fifth
Nineteen Hundred and Ninety