Adolf H. Kayser House 1902

MARKER PHOTO NEEDED
Erected 1980 by Madison Landmarks Commission
Madison, Dane County, Wisconsin
43° 5.064′ N, 89° 22.738′ W

ADOLPH H. KAYSER HOUSE
Claude and Starck
1902
The Adolph H. Kayser house was designed by Claude and Starck, a local architectural firm that would later become the foremost practitioner of the Prairie School style in Madison. The design of the Kayser house is a distinctive blend of classical details, then very popular, and the broad horizontal lines and simple massing of the Prairie School, which was just coming into vogue. Kayser was a prominent Madison lumber dealer who also served as mayor of Madison from 1914 to 1916.
Designated July 21, 1980
Madison Landmarks Commission

The marker is located on northbound North Livingston Street, at its intersection with East Gorham Street, at 802 East Gorham Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53703.

Madison Landmarks Commission: Landmark Nomination Form

The property is listed on the National Register of Historic Places: Wisconsin.

The marker is No. 64 in a series of markers erected by the Madison Landmarks Commission.

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