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William Means House

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1816, Peter Egner. 108–110 Bridge St.

Peter Egner, the Northumberland housewright who designed the first Bradford County courthouse (demolished), designed this clapboarded frame house in the Federal style for the town's founder. The Ionic porch and Greek Revival entrance are probably later additions. The house originally stood on Main Street near the Citizens National Bank ( BR11), and was moved here in 1896; it was restored in the late 1980s.

Writing Credits

George E. Thomas

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