Description: Although the exact location is unknown, this house in Ohio is an example of the Federal architecture style.
Federal architecture was prevalent in the United States between 1780-1830 and derived its name from the era known as the Federal Period. The style was developed from Georgian architecture that was common in the colonies before this time. Some characteristics of the Federal style include an emphasis on symmetry with a centered front door, a hipped roof with tall chimneys at both ends, columns around the doorway, and narrow six-pane sash windows. The front porch with wrought-iron decoration is not consistent with the Federal style and is a more common aspect of French Colonial architecture.
More information needed View on Ohio Memory. Image ID: SA1039AV_B01F06_009_001 Subjects: Architecture--Ohio--Pictorial works., Domestic--United States Places: Ohio
Description: Photograph of the door of the Schilder House in Chillicothe, Ohio. The entrance to the home features a fanlight above French doors with a rounded arch surrounding the doorway. The two-story brick house sits at the northeast corner of West 4th St and South Walnut Street.
This house was originally called the Eichelberner-Wood House. Jacob Eichelberner started to build the house in 1826, but soon ran out of money and could not complete it. It remained unfinished for 10 years until the house was purchased by John Wood who completed construction. John and Ellen (Strong) Wood were the fourth grandparents of the late Princess Diana of Wales.
Martin Schilder moved into the house around 1882. The Schilder family owned and operated a successful produce business in Chillicothe.
The home may also be referred to as the Ware House, according to a notation on the back of the photograph. View on Ohio Memory. Image ID: SA1039AV_B01F11_026_001 Subjects: Architecture--Ohio--Pictorial works., Domestic--United States Places: Chillicothe (Ohio); Ross County (Ohio)
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