|Address:||100 East Brooklyn Street|
|Year Built:||c. 1880; c. 1920s|
The home was built by Harrison Jacob sometime around 1881. As a plasterer, Jacobs may have helped construct part of the home himself. The house began as a simple rectangular structure with a front gable similar in style with small Gothic Revival cottages. A small shed our outbuilding once stood at the rear of the property. A front porch was added sometime between 1907 and 1913, with narrow, delicate Tuscan columns. The eastern addition at the rear of the house was added around 1920.