In Keeping with Historic Preservation Month, the Lee-Fendall House is a house museum and garden located in Old Town. Since its construction in 1785 the house has served as home to thirty-seven members of the Lee family, hundreds of convalescing Union soldiers, the prominent Downham family, and powerful labor leader John L. Lewis. Click here to see a short video about the history of the house.
More information about the city’s historic properties click here.
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