In February of 1898, Louis Waldorf, Wholesale Liquor Dealer, Began Construction of the Large White Frame House at 800 Monroe St. That Is Now Merritt Funeral Home. This Type of Building Was from an Era in American Architectural History Known as the Age of Innocence or Eclectic Period. The round Towers, Gables, Dormer Finials, Tall Narrow Windows, and Gingerbread Wood Trim Represent This Type of Building Style When Everything Was Put Together to Make up a Design.

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