WAHF board member W. Richard Moore owns the Jesse B. Ross house at 747 West Second Street. The homes are named after the original homeowner. The Jesse B. Ross home was featured in the foundation’s 2005 tour of historic homes.
Jeffrey and Dianne Wood own the Jesse B. Ross house on West Second Street. WAHF board member Shirley Stone holds the plaque on the steps of the home. The home was featured in the foundation’s 2005 tour of historic homes.

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Three structures recognized as historic

Published 12:21am Wednesday, April 24, 2013

 

The Washington Area Historic Foundation recently granted its “historic designation” to two West Second Street homes and a Market Street business. An eligible structure must be at least 100 years old or of historic or architectural significance. The structure’s original architectural integrity must still be intact. To apply for a plaque or join the foundation’s efforts, call 402-4402.

 

WAHF board member W. Richard Moore owns the Jesse B. Ross house on West Second Street. The homes are named after the original homeowner. The Julius B. Cutler home was featured in the foundation’s 2001 tour of historic homes.
WAHF board member W. Richard Moore owns the Julius B. Cutler house on West Second Street. The homes are named after the original homeowner. The Julius B. Cutler home was featured in the foundation’s 2001 tour of historic homes.
MONA MOORE | Daily News WAHF board member Dee Congleton presents a plaque to Washington Daily News publisher Ashley Vansant. The former M.A. Smith Shirt Factory is now the home of the Daily News. The 214 Market Street building was built in 1912.
MONA MOORE | Daily News
WAHF board member Dee Congleton presents a plaque to Washington Daily News publisher Ashley Vansant. The former M.A. Smith Shirt Factory is now the home of the Daily News. The 214 Market Street building was built in 1912.

 

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