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Upham House Historic District

  

Summary of Significance

This residential historic neighborhood boasts the famouse Italianate style Upham Mansion, plus 10 additional residential homes of various Italianate, Queen Anne and Period Revival style and a fine 1920's Neo-Gothic Revival style church. The district is home to several houses that survived the Great Marshfield Fire of 1887, which ironically started just one block North West of the district. These are the oldest buildings in Marshfield today.

Boundary Description

The Upham House Historic District includes all properties in the West 200 block between Third and Fourth Streets except the Hansen Funeral Home and all properties in the southern half of the West 200 block between Second and Third Streets.

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