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Baylor-Davis House
306 East 9th Street
New Albany, IN 47150




Listing Description:
This Queen Anne-style house, along with the two houses to the north, was constructed for John and Fannie Baylor c. 1908 for investment purposes. John Baylor was a prominent citizen of New Albany and served a term as Floyd County Treasurer. He was on the Board of Directors for the New Albany Trust Company and a large stockholder in that institution, as well as having extensive land holdings. Mr. Baylor passed away in 1913, and the Baylor family continued its ownership of the property until October 1941. Raymond O. Davis purchased the house from the Baylor family, and had his real estate office here from 1941 until 1952. George Campbell - a yard master for the K & I Railroad - purchased the property with his wife Mayme in 1952. They resided here until his death in 1974 and hers, twelve years later.    



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Building Style: Queen Anne
Year Built: c.1908
 

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