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E.K. Schuetz House

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Built  1922
Opened  1922
Added to NRHP  1 May 1980
NRHP Reference #  80000162
Area  2,428 m²
Architect  Alexander C. Eschweiler
E.K. Schuetz House
Location  930 Franklin St. Wausau, Wisconsin
Architectural style  Colonial Revival architecture
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The E.K. Schuetz House is located in Wausau, Wisconsin. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.

The house was designed in simple Colonial Revival style by Eschweiler and built in 1922 for E.K. Schuetz. Schuetz was a founder of the Wausau Motor Parts Company and son-in-law of C.F. Dunbar, whose house lies behind this one. The house is within the East Hill Residential Historic District.

References

E.K. Schuetz House Wikipedia


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