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Weber House (Guttenberg, Iowa)

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Area  less than one acre
NRHP Reference #  84001247
MPS  Guttenberg MRA
Added to NRHP  24 September 1984
Weber House (Guttenberg, Iowa)
Location  822 S. River Park Dr. Guttenberg, Iowa
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The Weber House is a historic building located in Guttenberg, Iowa, United States. It was built by Dr. Weber, a German immigrant surgeon, sometime before 1858. It is also possible his name was George Wehmer. Subsequently, the house was associated with the Freidlein and Zimmerman families who owned a near-by saw mill and lumber yard. Initially, the 1½-story brick structure was in a "T" shape with a full size porch across the front. The house has been added onto on the rear. A two-frame kitchen wing had been added to the north side around 1900, and is no longer extant. There was also a summer kitchen on the property at one time. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.


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