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Property Name Stubbs - Ballah House
Reference Number 13001021
State Nebraska
County Madison
Town Norfolk
Street Address 1000 Prospect Avenue
Multiple Property Submission Name N/A
Status Listed 12/31/2013
Areas of Significance Architecture
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Architect James C. Stitt was commissioned to design the Stubbs-Ballah house in 1917 and a complimentary garage designed the following year. Local significance falls under Criterion C of the National Register of Historic Places as a fine example of high-style residential architecture built to designs of master architect, James C. Stitt.


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