The form of this large, two-story brick house is that of an Italian villa, but the window patterns and the wood detailing are Eastlake. The solidity of the brick walls provides a contrasting background to the lightness of the Eastlake woodwork. Tulleys engaged the Chicago architect P. E. Hale to design the house; it was constructed by Wickham Brothers of Council Bluffs.
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Lysander Tulleys House
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