Wigell, Oscar, home – Frank A. Carpenter architect

1010 No. Second St., architect’s drawings, Feb. 2, 1907, by Frank A. Carpenter, for Oscar Wigell, President of the Haddorff Piano retail salesroom/store.

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below: 2nd story had 3 family bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1 servants bedroom, 1 guest bedroom, a den and an outside balcony with roof

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also 2nd floor: servants room and den, below

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Current owner of house in 2014:  Gary G. Carlson, Gary Carlson Motors

Below: Kitchen and pantry in “basement” level. Sink counter covered in zinc.

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First Floor rooms include this library and sewing room, a living and a dining room…

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There were two sources of heating fuel: one for the kitchen and 1 for heating the house, storage in basement, picture below:

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The architect’s logo/signature on the plans, below:

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The attic had finished and unfinished area, such as for catching rain water, a.k.a. “indoor plumbing.”  The Billiard Room was a finished  in the attic.

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In the cellar there was a “cold” vegetable storage room and also an ash room for fireplace and fuel remains.