Remember When

The Bradley house, on Harrison between Monroe and Clay, was built in the 1890s for John H. Bradley, attorney and Indiana legislator. It was built by Carl G. Anderson, master carpenter, who also built the A.P. Andrew home on the southwest corner of Harrison and Indiana. The last occupants were Lawrence Osborn III and wife Lura Bradley Osborn. It was demolished in December 1961 as requested by Mrs. Osborn’s will. Burnham may have been the architect. For information regarding this photo, contact mbarber@laportecountyhistory.org.

Remember When

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