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c. 1858 Greek Revival

Earle-Napier-Kinnard House

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Begun in 1858 by John Baylis Earle, this one-room house was one of the earliest brick houses in Waco. In 1869, the Napier-Kinnard family added the two-story Greek Revival portion of the house. The house is filled with many family heirlooms, including a treasured John Talman and Sons of Philadelphia rosewood pianoforte.
One of four Historic Waco Foundation house museums in Waco, TX. Jan-June Saturdays 2-5; July-Dec Sundays 2-5. Additional weekday hours Oct-Dec Tue-Fri 11am-3pm.

Earle-Napier-Kinnard House

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Archived in August, 2014

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