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Jeremiah Murphy House

The Prairie-style Jeremiah Murphy House in Huntsville was built around 1921 and probably by local architect Edgar Lee Love. The style was popularized by a group of Chicago architects around 1900, with the most notable being Frank Lloyd Wright. The home is a contributing property to the Twickenham Historic District, added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973 and expanded in 2015.
Courtesy of the Huntsville Historic Preservation Commission