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The City of Eau Claire Landmark Commission has erected a number of "Historic Building" markers. These are small, silver metal markers a top a brown wooded 2x4 post, mounted on a wooden backing that is covered with a wooden "roof", and are part of a comprehensive Historic Preservation Plan to "preserve and enhance the cultural and historic resources within the City of Eau Claire." The markers are placed in front of the significant building / site. Click here for an example of the marker and its placement.
Erected 1977 by City of Eau Claire Landmark Commission
Eau Claire, Eau Claire County, Wisconsin
The marker is located northbound / eastbound State Street, between Graham Avenue and South Barstow Street, at 1011 State Street, Eau Claire, Wisconsin 54701.
Bradley Marcy, a stonemason from New York State, built this house in 1866 from cobblestones gathered from the banks of the Eau Claire and Chippewa Rivers. Constructed in Gothic Revival Style, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.
Designated April Twenty-Eighty Nineteen Hundred and Seventy-Seven
National Register of Historic Places: Wisconsin: Eau Claire County
This property is designated a City of Eau Claire "Historic Building"; the marker is one in a series of markers erected by the City of Eau Claire Landmark Commission.