In design, this two-story brick structure indicates a late continuation of the Federal tradition, accompanied by several more contemporary details. The double-row overlapping cornice of dentils and brackets suggests the Italianate, and in the attic gables are pointed Gothic-style windows. The stagecoach house was on the principal route of the Western Mail Stage Company, running from Independence to Dubuque.
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Coffin's Grove Stagecoach House
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