The two-story limestone house was constructed for pharmacist and businessman William H. Kuhlman. Its four-bay facade features a two-story porch and a detached kitchen building stands at the rear. The one-story frame Graham Building was constructed to house the real estate and insurance office of Henry J. Graham. Clad in board-and-batten siding, the building has a wooden false front to give it greater prominence. It was moved to this site in 1984 and is now a house museum, as is the Kuhlman-King House.
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Kuhlman-King House and Graham Building
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