Houses in and around table rock
The 1939 memoirs of Elsie Pepoon Sutton are about Bunker Hill ("North Table Rock") but sound of all of the early settlers:
About the earliest homes, she writes:
About pride of place, she writes:
Unknown. The gingerbread is similar to Kathleen Petrasek's house.
Photo 986, the Carmichael House, later the Mullins residence.
Dr. McCrea's home and hospital, across the street from the Christian Church
Photo 225, unknown house
Photo 290, unknown house
Photo 289, unknown house, same as Photo 290
Photo 319, unknown house. Looks like the Kalina house on Highway 65....
Photo 321, unknown house. Signs says house is for sale, "Inquire across road."
Photo 333, unknown house
Photo 322 -- houses in the background
Photo 421, excerpt from picture of flooding showing houses just east of the bridge to Lower Town
Photo 480. Thie house may have been built by Joe W. Tomek
Photo 538, the Linn House, on the east side of the Methodist Church
Looking east from the Methodist Church, north side of the Square, Photo 536 and 2 excerpts from it to look more closely at the other houses.
Photo 660, Ines Linn Madden with the Linn house in the background.
Photo 870 - Mr. & Mrs. Ben Heer, location of house uncertai.
Photo 486, the Duncan family with unidentified house in the background
Photo 83, Diamond family with unidentified house in the background.
Photo 96, unidentified family in front of unidentified house
Photo 279, unidentified family group in front of unidentified house
Photo 333, unidentified family on front porch of unidentified house.
Photo 507, 1907, McCourtney family, the house in the background presumably being theirs
Photo 666, interior of unidentified family's house
Photo 472, W. G. Carter house
Photo 410, identified as the Presbyterian Parsonage
Photo 410, a fuller view of the Presbyterian parsonage. It may be the house currently occupied by Chauza and in the 1960s by Cunningham.
Photo 411, identified as being where Ron Kostecka's house is currently related. The photo also says that it was the Christian Church parsonage, but when put on Facebook it was unanimously argued that it was not. Notice the double hung windows in use on the second floor.
Photo 460, the Vrtiska cabin
Photo 367, Diamond family, house in background
Photo 302, with woman on porch, photo identified as McKelvie 1909. Woman may be Anna Groves Fellers.
Photo 317, identified as Mabel & Elsie 1934, in front of unidentified house
Photo 11, Gordon Bethel residence (originally the Lindsley House, a boarding house)
Photo 5, unidentified building. Looks like a boarding house.
there are no older pictures of these houses
as they exist in 2015. yet.
A collection of photographs using the convention of people arrayed across the front with the entire house beyond. .