We will be the guests of LPA members Bill and Kathy Tuttle as we gather at their long-time home in the heart of Old West Lawrence. This brick, Queen Anne home was designed by original owners Albert and Eleanor Henley and built in 1884 by Alexander Shaw. Albert was president of the Consolidated Barb Wire Company and served a term as mayor. Eleanor helped establish the children's department at the Lawrence Public Library.
In 1902, the front hallway and staircase were remodeled in the Richardsonian style, and an art gallery was added at the rear of the house. A kitchen renovation in 1997 reflects the architectural characteristics of the house.
There will be a brief presentation at 2 pm. We look forward to seeing you there!