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Day-Tuley-Stemm House
801 Cedar Bough Place
New Albany, IN 47150




Listing Description:
This dwelling was constructed by Issac Craig in 1910. The original owner of the dwelling was Charles Day, who lived in the home for approximately ten years. Mr. Day was the secretary/treasurer of the Day Leather Company. The Lawrence Tuley family then acquired the home and lived there until c.1940. The house became home to the Frank E. Stemm family in the mid 1940s, and it continued to be associated with the Stemms through about 1973.

The house can be seen below on the left, in this 1913 postcard view of Cedar Bough Place. The postcard was one a series produced to celebrate the city's centennial.



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Building Style: bungalow
Year Built: 1910
 



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