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Property Name Haven Hubbard Home
Reference Number 13000091
State Indiana
County St. Joseph
Town New Carlisle
Street Address 31895 Chicago Trail, New Carlisle
Multiple Property Submission Name N/A
Status Listed 3/20/2013
Areas of Significance ARCHITECTURE, SOCIAL HISTORY
Link to full file http://www.nps.gov/history/nr/feature/places/pdfs/13000091.pdf
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The Haven Hubbard Home represents a group of buildings set aside for the continued care of residents who could not wholly support themselves. The district is an example of a facility much like early county homes, created out of society's desire to care for the aged in a residential setting, therefore Social History is one area of significance under which the Haven Hubbard Home is eligible to be listed on the National Register. The main building, Epp Hall, and the Hubbard Homestead House and Pump House also represent excellent architectural examples of their style and type, which makes the Haven Hubbard Home eligible for the National Register under the area of significance for Architecture.

 

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