Fowler House
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Moses Fowler House

The Moses Fowler House is a Gothic Revival home built by Moses Fowler in 1851-1852. Fowler, one of the area's leading merchants and cattlemen, was anxious to have a home reflecting his social status. A book entitled Architecture of Country Houses, by A. J. Downing, illustrated popular floor plans of the day and may have served as a guide for the design Fowler selected. His home was built by a local contractor, using native white oak and black walnut woodwork. The ornamental plaster work on the parlor ceilings was done by Italian artisans from New York who traveled to Lafayette via the Wabash and Erie Canal.

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Currently closed for renovation

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909 South Street, Lafayette, IN, USA

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