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Superintendent’s House – Glencoe St. Dates vary – some estimate 1810. DHR 1987 Survey estimates 1880 DHR 1994 Survey estimates 1900-1920 1887 Norfolk County Survey indicates a structure at the present location of the Superintendent’s House

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Dates vary – some estimate 1810.

  • DHR 1987 Survey estimates 1880
  • DHR 1994 Survey estimates 1900-1920
  • 1887 Norfolk County Survey indicates a structure at the present location of the Superintendent’s House
  • Letter from Leroy Edwards indicates possibility of house on Canal.
letter from leroy edwards toll gatherer 1865
Letter from Leroy Edwards, Toll-gatherer1865
  • Re: occupying Federal forces:

“The books of the office were taken from me, with the building which contained them….goods were carried through under military permits. I asked payment of tolls, which were refused. I tested my power to stop vessels, as in the case of the steamer Dolly.”

letter from leroy edwards toll gatherer 18651
Letter from Leroy Edwards, Toll-gatherer1865
  • Re: occupying Federal forces:

“The books of the office were taken from me, with the building which contained them….goods were carried through under military permits. I asked payment of tolls, which were refused. I tested my power to stop vessels, as in the case of the steamer Dolly.”

  • Seems to indicate that office of the toll-gatherer was located on the Canal
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Dutch lap siding

  • Single-pile
  • 6/6 sash
  • Braced frame
  • 5 course exterior
  • Chimney on south elevation
  • Lath and plaster interior
  • Side passage plan
  • Porch on west elevation
  • Tin roof with shingles underneath

First Floor

Second Floor

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Addition removed

date unknown [1860s – 1890s]

c. 1899 - 1910

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Detail under roofline removed

date unknown [1860s – 1890s]

c. 1899 - 1910

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2009

c. 1899 - 1910

Windows apparently boarded, removed later

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date unknown [1860s – 1890s]

c. 1899 - 1910

2009

Shutter ‘stain’ evident

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2009

c. 1899 - 1910

Confirmation addition was constructed after c. 1910

current status
Current Status
  • House not listed as contributing structure on National Register or on Multiple Property Documentation Form
current status1
Current Status
  • House not listed as contributing structure on National Register or on Multiple Property Documentation Form
  • House IS listed on DHR Reconnaissance Level Survey and considered contributing by DHR
current status2
Current Status
  • House not listed as contributing structure on National Register or on Multiple Property Documentation Form
  • House IS listed on DHR Reconnaissance Level Survey and considered contributing by DHR
  • HOWEVER the NPS does not consider it contributing without “paperwork on it.”
current status3
Current Status
  • House not listed as contributing structure on National Register or on Multiple Property Documentation Form
  • House IS listed on DHR Reconnaissance Level Survey and considered contributing by DHR
  • HOWEVER the NPS does not consider it contributing without “paperwork on it.”
  • Suggestion by DHR to complete “individual nomination tied to MPD”
current status4
Current Status
  • House not listed as contributing structure on National Register or on Multiple Property Documentation Form
  • House IS listed on DHR Reconnaissance Level Survey and considered contributing by DHR
  • HOWEVER the NPS does not consider it contributing without “paperwork on it.”
  • Suggestion by DHR to complete “individual nomination tied to MPD”
  • DHR Reconnaissance Level Survey indicates could be eligible “under criterion C”
current status5
Current Status
  • House not listed as contributing structure on National Register or on Multiple Property Documentation Form
  • House IS listed on DHR Reconnaissance Level Survey and considered contributing by DHR
  • HOWEVER the NPS does not consider it contributing without “paperwork on it.”
  • Suggestion by DHR to complete “individual nomination tied to MPD”
  • DHR Reconnaissance Level Survey indicates could be eligible “under criterion C”
  • Does HPC want to move forward with an individual nomination?