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Conner-Mann House
710 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150




Listing Description:
This brick residence was built circa 1845 for William C. Conner, partner in the dry goods firm of Conner & Reineking. The second owner, Peter Mann, had the home remodeled in 1867, adding the Italianate detailing seen today. At that time, the windows were enlarged, the decorative window hoods added, and the iron veranda was installed. Mr. Mann was proprietor of the City Flour Mills. In 1903 the house became home to the Jacob Sapinsky family. Mr. Sapinsky, along with his son Julius, were clothiers and had their business establishment at the corner of State and Main streets.



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Additional Information:
 
Building Style: Italianate
Year Built: c.1845
Year Renovated: 1867
 

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