North De Soto

Heading down the hill, there are more houses, but the lavishness of the houses decreases. Still, there is this magnificent church above and this house below.

Down in the valley between two hills are these interesting houses; they’re actually two houses attached together like something you would see in a much larger city like St. Louis.

Then there’s this little Italianate house; I wonder if a second story was planned but money ran out before it was built. It is a ornate building for its size.

Up on the next hill to the north are more houses dating from the Ninenteenth Century such as this Second Empire cottage.

And there’s another church, painted white unfortunately, covering its original brick but still sporting some very old stained glass.

This house still possessed its original Queen Anne detailing below.

Make sure to make reservations for my lecture this Saturday, March 7th at 6:00 PM at the International Photography Hall of Fame.

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