Waldemat Ager House (1892-1894)

Photographed May 23, 2015
Erected 2000 by City of Eau Claire Landmark Commission
Eau Claire, Eau Claire County, Wisconsin
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Historic Building
Brady Anderson built this Queen Anne style house between 1892 and 1894. Waldemar Ager lived in the house from 1903 until his death in 1941. Ager was an influential Norwegian-American author and editor. He wrote many novels, short stories and essays. He also wrote editorial pieces for his newspaper, Reform, a Norwegian-language Prohibitionist newspaper. The house also is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Designated October Ninth
Two Thousand

The marker is located at Ager House on westbound West Madison Street, at its intersection with Whipple Street, at 514 West Madison Street, Eau Claire, Wisconsin 54703.

City of Eau Claire Landmarks Commission: Waldemar Ager House

agerhouse.org: The Ager House: A Brief History
Landmarks Commission: Architectural Styles of Historic Properties in Eau Claire, Wisconsin

The property is listed (as of March 16, 2000) on the National Register of Historic Places: Wisconsin.

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.

See also, Waldemar Ager House, also at this location.

 The property is located in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.

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