Taylor house. Enlarged 1820 - 1847. Flemish bond, double hung windows w / sidelights. Double house. Unusual window treatment. 138 burned out. Italianate cornice added. Builder: Issac Goddin.
This same investment company also owns no. 136 W Clay. - James M. Taylor house built c. 1820-21 by Issac A. Goddin. J. Taylor lived there for over 20 years. He was an auctioneer + leader of Richmond Methodism.
Double house now. Broad, shallow, gabled roof - typical early 19th Century. ORN p. 234-5. Mutual Policy # 14,513 R18v115 1847 Located West of Adams on Clay. James M. Taylor 1847. 2 stories, brick, wood roof, wing of brick, stables, (2).
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