Buildings on the Driving Tour- Part 1


The information below the pictures is quoted from the brochure «A Driving Tour of Historic Fort Scott», issued by the Fort Scott Chamber of Commerce.

Originally W. H. Stout House    (1874)    219 E. Wall
Greek Revival surrounded by effect of English cottage garden; dentil cornice and pediment detail supported by fluted columns; wide elliptical broken arch canopies span multiple windows.

Dave & Janet Irvin    (1880)    124 N. Eddy
Cover illustration. Eastlake style, originally designed for tower over front door. Reproduction of original patternboard under front porch, spindle fan cornice brackets. Fishscale shingles and turnpost.

Rosalie Stout    (1883)    2 S. Eddy
French Renaissance Revival crowned with iron filigree; full-height colonnaded porte cochere; Bandera stone sidewalk and curbing with original carriage stoop.

Mr. William Hughes    (1863)    202 S. Eddy
Fishscale shingles; turned balusters and spindles form wraparound verandas on this former Eugene Ware home.

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