Becker House – Scott

A one-story house that is a variant of a traditional folk house type, this structure has a gabled main block intersected by a gabled bay. A front pediment projects from the shed-roofed porch that wraps around to the side elevation. According to city directory records, the house was probably built about 1910. Daniel R. and Nannie Becker were the original occupants, and the house remained in their family until 1943. Mrs. Becker lived here with her two daughters after her husband’s death in 1923.

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