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127 S Duluth Ave, Sioux Falls, SD 57104 is For Sale - Zillow 1893

127 S Duluth Ave, Sioux Falls, SD 57104 is For Sale - Zillow 1893

OldHouses.com - 1890 Victorian - Beautifully Updated Victorian in Sioux Rapids, Iowa

OldHouses.com - 1890 Victorian - Beautifully Updated Victorian in Sioux Rapids, Iowa

Pettigrew Home &  Museum, Sioux Falls:

Pettigrew Home & Museum, Sioux Falls:

Pettigrew Home and Museum | Visit Sioux Falls

Pettigrew Home and Museum | Visit Sioux Falls

1893 Shingle - Sioux Falls, SD - $379,000 ~ beautiful interior woodwork

1893 Shingle - Sioux Falls, SD - $379,000 ~ beautiful interior woodwork

127 S Duluth Ave, Sioux Falls, SD 57104 is For Sale - Zillow 1893

127 S Duluth Ave, Sioux Falls, SD 57104 is For Sale - Zillow 1893

Purington Block Pavers from from the Sioux City "Battery Building.". We saved them from the the dumpster... Now they are a walkway up to our home. #oldhouselove #diyvictorian #oldhouseenthusiast

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Purington Block Pavers from from the Sioux City "Battery Building.". We saved them from the the dumpster... Now they are a walkway up to our home. #oldhouselove #diyvictorian #oldhouseenthusiast

The John Pierce mansion in Sioux City, Iowa served as the Sioux City museum for many years.

The John Pierce mansion in Sioux City, Iowa served as the Sioux City museum for many years.

Peirce Mansion, Souix City - In 1891, John Peirce began construction of his three-story home. A real estate mogul, he paid for a cable railway line and provided its power with the electric plant he built. During the boom of the 1890s, Peirce lost his fortune. He came up with a scheme to rake in some dough by raffling off his home, but the lottery was rigged. The man who won the ticket lost out to a New York businessman who had obtained title to the home a week before the Dec. 24, 1900…

Peirce Mansion, Souix City - In 1891, John Peirce began construction of his three-story home. A real estate mogul, he paid for a cable railway line and provided its power with the electric plant he built. During the boom of the 1890s, Peirce lost his fortune. He came up with a scheme to rake in some dough by raffling off his home, but the lottery was rigged. The man who won the ticket lost out to a New York businessman who had obtained title to the home a week before the Dec. 24, 1900…

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