Curtis-Kittleson House 1901

Erected 1978 by Madison Landmarks Commission
Madison, Dane County, Wisconsin
43° 4.854′ N, 89° 21.869′ W
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William D. Curtis commissioned the architectural firm of J. O. Gordon and F. W. Paunack to design this imposing brick house with Queen Anne style. Hallmarks of the style include the complex shape, wide veranda and corner tower, highlighted by eclectic and finely-crafted details. Curtis was the manager of the local horse collar pad factory founded by his father, Dexter Curtis. He also served one term as the mayor (1904-1906). I. M. Kittleson, who served three terms as Madison's mayor from 1920 to 1925, bought the house in 1949.
Designated May 15, 1978
Madison Landmarks Commission

The marker is located on westbound Spaight Street, at its intersection with South Ingersoll Street, at 1102 Spaight Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53703.

The marker is No. 56 in a series of markers erected by the Madison Landmarks Commission.

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