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Dellinger Funeral Home (S. P. Lonas House)
The most prominent house in Mount Jackson was built for a milling company owner. The Queen Anne frame house of irregular massing has a tall hipped roof, bays, a wraparound porch, and two turrets, one of which is domed. A variety of window shapes, brackets, turned posts, and a spindle frieze make for a lively effect. Typical of houses that become funeral homes, it is painted white.
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