: This color image is a view of the front and exterior exterior of the Kinsman House, Warren, Ohio, ca. 1960s. A portico supported by four pillars leads to the main entrance. Designed in Greek Revival architectural style, the white two-story residence has a flat roof. Three chimneys are visible. Snow is on the ground.
General Simon Perkins (1171-1844) built this home in 1832 as a wedding gift for his daughter, Olive Perkins, and her husband, Frederick Kinsman. A brick addition was built in 1846; in 1860 a frame addition was built to provide servants' quarters and a woodshed. The Kinsman House once served as classrooms for the Dana School of Music, Hiram College Branch. The house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. View on Ohio Memory.
: AL06637 Subjects
: Historic houses; Perkins, Simon, 1771-1844; Warren (Ohio); National Register of Historic Places; Greek Revival Places
: Warren (Ohio); Trumbull County (Ohio)