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									         United States Department of the Interior
         National Park Service
         National Register of Historic
         Registration Form
         This form is for use in nommating or requestmg determtnations of elig~bility lndivldual propenies or distncts. See instructions in Gurdelines
                                                                                        for
         for Compktmg National Regrster Forms (National Register Bulletin 16). Complete each item by marking "x" in the appropriate box or by entering
         the requested information. If an Item does not apply to the property bang documented. enter "NIA" for "not applicable." For functions, styles. materials.
         and areas of slgnlficance, enter only the categories and subcategories listed in the instructions. For additional space use continuation sheets
         (Form 1Q900a). Type all entries.
                                                                                                                                                             -- -

         1. Name of Property
         historic name     Robert               a. H a z l e t t House
         other namedsite number

         2. Location
         street & number          9 2 1 North Main S t r e e t                                                            4 .j for publication
                                                                                                                              not
         c~ty,town                Nheelinn                                                                                 Wainrty
         state    'vv'v                       code      WV              county     W o                           code   069              zipcode            q
                                                                                                                                                     7 h n na

         3. Classification
     Ownership of Property                               Categow of Property                             Number of Resources within Property.  .
     [X1private                                                                                          Contributing        Noncontributing
     0  public-local                                                                                              1               0 buildings
     0  public-State                                                                                                                  sites
        public-federal                                   U structure                                                                  structures
                                                             object                                                                   objects
                                                                                                              1-                  0 Total
         Name of related multiple property listing:                                                      Number of contributing resources previously
                          hl /A                                                                          listed in the National Register .
                                                                                                                                       ,-
\
     4. StatelFederal Aqency Certification
                                                                                        -   -       -    -   -   -       - --

     /      &the deslgnats authority under the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, as amended, I hereby certify that this                                   1
     (         nomination (request for determination of eligibility meets the documentation standards for registering propenies in the                              I
                                         es and meets the procedural and professional requirements set forth in 36 CFR Part 60.
                                          eels O d o e s not meet the National Register criteria.   See continuation sheet.
                                                                                                                                      dhl/7,
                                                                                                                                  Date

            State or Federal agency and bureau

            In my opinion, the property      C]meets 0 not meet the National Register criteria. 0 continuation sheet.
                                                      does                                       See

            Signature of commentmg or other official                                                                              Date

            State or Federal agency and bureau

     5. National Park Service Certification
     I, hereby, certify that this property is:
            entered in the National Register.
                See contlnuatlon sheet.
     =determined eligible for the National
        Register.         C]
                    See continuation sheet.
     =determined not eligible for the
        National Register.
I
'\
            removed from the National Register.
            other, (explain:)
                                                                                   --           -   p-  ---

                                                                                    Signature of the Keeper                                Date of Ac11on
6. Function or Use
Historlc Funct~ons
                 (enter categortes from tnstructtons)                        Current Functions (enter categorres from ~nstructlons)
         ~ o v et i c / ' s i t ? , r l e d w e 1 l i r . i ~
                  s                                                                                 e
                                                                                   ~omestic/multi~ld w e l l i ~ ~
                                                                                   ~ocial/clukhouse



7. Description
Architectural Classification                                                         (enter categories from instructions)
                                                                             Mater~als
(enter categories from instructions)
                                                                             foundatio"    coursed, d r e s s e d sandstone
         Second        ~ r n ~ i r e / ~ u e A nn e
                                              e n                                   wlre-cut brick: 1 & 2
                                                                                   s l a t e , uatterned, c l i p ~ e d : 3
                                                                          t,,     asphalt r o l l e d r o o f i n e :
                                                                            other


Descnbe present and historic phys~cal
                                    appearance.

  A h i g h - s t y l e example o f a Second € m o i r e , c i t y r e s i d e n c e , t h e H a z l e t t House s u r v i v e s
  between t u o h i s t o r i c d i s t r i c t s , i n an area t h a t does n o t a u a l i f y as an h i s t o r i c
  district.             I t i s on W h e e l i n g ' s main n o r t h - s o u t h s t r e e t , R a i n S t r e e t ( p h o t o 4 ) . The
  house p r e s e n t s t h e g r a n d e u r e x p e c t e d from t h e r e s i d e n c e o f one o f W h e e l i n g ' s most
  p r o m i n e n t d o c t o r s and businessmen.             The house i s i n t a c t and r e l a t i v e l y u n a l t e r e d ,
  e x c e o t f o r a r e a r p o r c h , added a f t e r 1902 ( B a r t h e 1 3 ( o h o t o 3 ) . I t i s p r e s e n t l y used a s
  h e a d q u a r t e r s f o r F r i e n d s o f Wheeling, Inc., a p r i v a t e , n o t f o r p r o f i t , h i s t o r i c
  o r e s e r v a t i o n o r g a n i z a t i o n and f o u r apartments.

  S i t e d on t h e N a t i o n a l Road and j u s t n o r t h of t h e Wheeling Suspension B r i d g e , t h i s
  s t r u c t u r e now f a c e s a commercial s t r e e t t h a t once was l i n e d w i t h f i n e r e s i d e n c e s o f t h e
  m i d - t o l a t e 1800s.          T h i s b u i l d i n g i s s e t d i r e c t l y on t h e s i d e w a l k edge a s a r e i t s
    sighbors.          There i s a c o n c r e t e s t r e e t c u r b and s i d e w a l k about 8' wide.               I n the rear,
  che l o t s l o p e s s t e e p l y t o a former r a i l r o a d g r a d e and t h e Ohio R i v e r .              On t h e s o u t h
  t h e r e i s d r i v e w a y access t o t h e back o f t h e l o t ( p h o t o 5).                Windows and t h e two r e a r
  d o o r s a c c e s s t h i s s i d e o f t h e house ( p h o t o 2). The n o r t h s i d e has no e x t e r i o r o p e n i n g s
  a n d f a c e s t h e n e i g h b o r i n g apartment b u i l d i n g .        The Sanborn flao (1902) n o t e s a s a u a r e
  b u i l d i n g i n t h e r e a r t center o f the l o t .            T h i s may have been a c a r r i a g e house.

  The t h r e e - s t o r y , f o u r t e e n p l u s room r e s i d e n c e d i s o l a v s f i n e workmanshio i n i t s i n t e r i o r
  and e x t e r i o r c o n s t r u c t i o n d e t a i l s .  The house is 30 f e e t wide w i t h t h r e e bays x 112
  f e e t w i t h 3 f r o n t b l o c k o f 45 f e e t ~ w i n go f 55 f e e t and second s t o r e y p o r c h o f 12 f e e t .
  The f r o n t b l o c k o f t h e house has t h r e e rooms, t h e r e a r w l n g has f r o n t and back room
  d i v i d e d b y a s e r v i c e area.           The house has a f u l l basement.                  E x t e r i o r foundation w a l l s
  a r e a s h l a r s a n d s t o n e w i t h bushhammered faces and c h i s e l - c u t edge d r e s s i n g .               The
  i n t e r i o r basement w a l l s a r e r u b b l e sandstone w i t h b r i c k f o u n d a t i o n s under b e a r l n q w a l l s
  and b r i c k chlmnev p i e r s . . The f r o n t o f t h e house has 1 0 ' - 0 " c e i l i n g s on t h e f i r s t two
  f l o o r s ; 9'-6" c e i l i n g s a r e i n t h e two f l o o r s o f t h e wing.                The a t t i c f l o o r has 9'
  ceilings.           T h e e x t e r i o r w a l l s a r e c o v e r e d i n f a c e b r i c k , s o f t e r and more hand-made
  l o o k i n g on t h e s i d e s and r e a r w i t h u n t o o l e d , f l u s h j o i n t s ; h a r d e r w i t h smooth f i n i s h
  and b u t t e r j o i n t s on t h e f r o n t facade.                The f r o n t b l o c k has a n a n s a r d r o o f t h i r d f l o o r
  w i t h c l i o p e d and f i s h s c a l e s h i n s l e s ~ g r e y , r e d and w h i t e i n a diamond p a t t e r n .           The
  r o o f o f t h e f r o n t b l o c k , r e a r w i n g and p o r c h i s r o l l e d r o o f i n g .

  The e x t e r i o r e x o r e s s e s h ~ q h - s t y l e Second Empire d e t a i l s w i t h molded b r i c k , i n c r s e d
  s a n d s t o n e door and windou 1 i n t e l s and e l a b o r a t e wooden c o r n i c e d e c o r a t i o n ( p h o t o 1).
  The c e n t r a l f e a t u r e o f t h e facade i s a second and t h i r d s t o r e y , hooded, p r o j e c t i n g bay
    ' b r i c k d e c o r a t e d w i t h molded b r i c k and w l t h sandstone b a n d i n g a t l o w e r l i n t e l and
                                                                                                   (see      continuation stmet
Unlted States Department of the Interlor
National Park Service




                        -
National Register of Hlstorlc Places
Continuation Sheet
Section number

sills.
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                The bay i s s u o o o r t e d on an egg-and-dart d e c o r a t e d b r i c k c o r b e l and has a heavy,
draoed, e l l i o t i c a l hood c o r n i c e s u o ~ o r t e d     on f o u r wooden b r a c k e t s ( p h o t o 6 ) . T h i s
p r o j e c t i n g b a v was a d i s t i n c t i v e f e a t u r e o f t h e a r c h i t e c t , Edgar W. Wells.       The f r o n t
facade i f u r t h e r enhanced b v v e r t i c a l l y sawn sandstone window s i l l s and i n c i s e d f l u s h
                s
sandstone 1 i n t e l s .      The f a c e s o f t h e f r o n t windows a r e chamfered-cut b r i c k .                  The f r o n t
doorway i s t r i m m e d t h e same a s o t h e r f r o n t windows.                  There a r e t h r e e s t e p s from t h e
e n t r y way t o t h e s i d e w a l k .

The s o u t h facade h a s a r a i s e d e n t r y w a y w i t h s t o o o between t h e f r o n t b l o c k and r e a r w i n g
and a hooded r e a r doorway r e a c h e d bv a s t o o p .                       Basement windows have window w e l l s and
a r e a h a l f - s t o r e y above grade.           The r e a r o f t h e w i n g h a s a s t o n e - f a c e d basement e n t r y
and a l a t e r , C r a f t s m a n - s t y l e s e c o n d - s t o r e y p o r c h a d d i t i o n s u p ~ o r t e don b u n g a l o i d p i e r s .
Windows i n t h e f r o n t b l o c k a r e w i t h 1/1 d o u b l e hung sash.                       The r e a r w i n g has 2 / 2 d o u b l e
hung sash, e x c e o t on t h e r e a r second s t o r y porch.

The f r o n t b l o c k o f t h e b u i l d i n g h a s t h r e e chimneys w i t h t h r e e c o r b e l courses, t h r e e
s t e p p e d - i n c o u r s e s l and a t o p s t o n e cao. Two o f t h e chimneys i n t h e r e a r w i n g have f o u r
c o r b e l l e d c o u r s e s and s t o n e caps.      The newest chimney, f o r t h e p o r c h , has w i r e - c u t
g l a z e d b r i c k and a s t o n e cap.

The b u i l d i n g p l a n i s t h a t o f a s h o t gun w i t h f r o n t p a r l o r , second p a r l o r , back h a l l ,
d i n i n g room, b u t l e r ' s p a n t r y and b r e a k f a s t room each b e h i n d t h e o t h e r ( s e e p l a n ) .
There i s a n o r t h s i d e e n t r y h a l l t h a t r i s e s through t h e f u l l t h r e e s t o r e y h e i g h t o f t h e
b u i l d i n g i n the f r o n t block.       n o s t f l o o r s u r f a c e s a r e n o t exposed.   I n t h e f i r s t and
second f l o o r s l hardware i s b r a s s c a s t w i t h f o l i a t e m o t i f s i n knobs, p l a t e s and h i n g e s .

There i s a f u l l basement w i t h sandstone w a l l s .                     B r ~ c kb e a r i n g w a l l s r u n under t h e
h a l l / o a r l o r w a l l , main b l o c k / w i n g w a l l and d i n i n g r o o m / b u t l e r p a n t r y w a l l . The room a t
t h e end o f t h e w i n g has a w i n d i n g s t a i r t o t h e b u t l e r ~ a n t r v( c l o s e d o f f ) .           T h i s room
h a s o l a s t e r w a l l s and a beaded b o a r d c e i l i n q .         The basement e n t r y and t h r e e windows
w i t h adequate l i g h t suggest t h a s may have been t h e o r i g i n a l k i t c h e n .                      Basement windows
a r e casement windows.

The e n t r v h a l l h a s oak u o o d w o r k ~ s t a i r newel and b a l u s t r a d e .          The f r o n t doorway has a
t r a n s o m and d o u b l e oak doors.            A11 woodwork has c a r v e d Queen Anne d e t a i l s o f bands*
suns and s u n f l o w e r s .       The door f a c i n g s c o n t i n u e p a s t t h e 1 i n t e l i n p r o j e c t i n g
decorative straos.                The a e s t h e t i c t c a s t i r o n 1 gas-f i r e d f i r e ~ l a c e i t h o v e r m a n t l e h a s
                                                                                                            w
asymmetric b i r d and p l a n t d e c o r a t i o n i n t h e Anqlo-Jaoanese s t y l e ( p h o t o 7 ) . There i s a
s p i n d l e s c r e e n s e ~ a r a t i n gt h e e n t r y t o t h e f r o n t p a r l o r from t h e s t a i r c a s e ( p h o t o 8 ) .
The s t r a i q h t r u n o f s t a i r s ends a t a back h a l l a t each f l o o r .                  The s t a i r w a y and h a l l
balustrades continue t o the t h i r d floor.                         The s t a i r s a r e p a n e l l e d below t h e b a l u s t r a d e .
A t each floor^ t h e r e a r e two s t e o s t h a t s e o a r a t e t h e f r o n t b l o c k o f t h e house from t h e
r e a r wing.         The h a l l h a s a l i n c r u s t a wainscot o f g e o m e t r ~ c and f o l i a t e d e t a i l .
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T h e f r o n t a n d s e c o n d p a r l o r s h a v e mahogany d o o r a n d u i n d o u f a c i n g s s i m i l a r ~ n d e t a i l t o
t h a t in t h e h a l l .        T h e r e a r e mahogany p a n e l s b e l o w e a c h u i n d o u .        Windous h a v e i n t e r i o r 1
mahogany s h u t t e r s .          The d o u b l e p o c k e t d o o r s s e o a r a t i n g t h e t u o r o o m s h a v e l l n c r u s t a
u o o e r p a n e l s s t a i n e d mahogany c o l o r .          F i r e o l a c e s have marblerzed iron mantles and
e n c a u s t i c t i l e s u r r o u n d s a n d h e a r t h s ( p h o t o 9). Each room h a s a l i n c r u s t a b a n d o f
l e a v e s a t a h e i g h t o f 5' a r o u n d b o t h r o o m s .            There i s a small o l a s t e r cornice.

T h e d i n i n g r o o m h a s mahogany u o o d u o r k .             The d o o r s h a v e r o s e w o o d g r a i n e d p a n e l s . Window
facings are mitered             .    T h e r e i s 1 i n c r u s t a u a i n s c o t ~ 1 i n c r u s t a medal 1 i o n s a b o v e t h e
u a i n s c o t l a s m a l l D l a s t e r c o r n i c e from which s o r i n g s a c o v e d c e i 1 i n 9 u i t h r o o t p l a s t e r
d e t a i 1s a n d b a r o q u e p l a s t e r c o r n e r e l e m e n t s .     The g a s f i r e o l a c e h a s an i r o n m a n t l e
u i t h p a i n t e d p a n e l s i n t h e A n g l o - J a o a n e s e s t y 1 e.

T h e b a c k o f t h e wing h a s been a1 t e r e d f o r b a t h r o o a t k i t c h e n a n d bedroom.                      These rooms
1 i k e i y w e r e b u t l e r ' s p a n t r i e s and k i t c h e n o r b r e a k f a s t r o o a .      T h e g e n e r a l p l a n a n d most
d o a r s ~u i n d o u f a c i n g s , o a n e l s b e l o u u i n d o m s ~ a n d b a s e b o a r d s a r e o r i g i n a l .

In general           t h e s e c o n d f l o o r r e f l e c t s t h e room a r r a n g e m e n t o f t h e f i r s t f l o o r . A
b a t h r o o m o c c u o i e s t h e s o a c e a b o v e t h e e n t r y u a y , a d r e s s i n g room i s b e h i n d i t .    The
f r o n t rooms h a v e s i m i l a r b a s e moldings and door and u i n d o u a r c h i t r a v e s a s t h e f i r s t
f l o o r f r o n t rooms.         Wooduork i e d e t o l y c u t mahogany; u i n d o m s h a v e mahogany s h u t t e r s -
T h e m a t c h e d m a n t l e s a r e mahogany v i t h i n c i s e d d e c o r a t i o n .       Floors are not ex~osed.

Ruch o f t h e s e c o n d f l o o r v i n g h a s o a k - g r a i n e d u o o d u o r k .     T h e r e i s a doorway s o i n d l e
s c r e e n t h a t s e o a r a t e s t h e back p a s s a g e from t h e b a c k h a l l .         The n u r s e r y h a s w a l n u t
u o o d d o r k a n d t h r e e p i e c e s o f o r ~ g i n a l n u r s e r y p a o e r ~ "Ding Dong b e 1 1     ."    Both t h e
n u r s e r y a n d k i t c h e n h a v e f i r e o l a c e s u i t h uooden m a n t l e s .    The s e c o n d s t o r y p o r c h i s
r e a c h e d b y t w o sets o f F r e n c h d o o r s .          It h a s a f r i e z e u i t h s h e l f above t h e s i x uindoua.
T h e t r i p l e - h u n g s a s h h a s s l a g g l a s s i n diamond p a n e s in t h e t o o s a s h .           The v i d e j a m b s
a r e 01aln1 floor t o celling.                     In betueen t h e uindous a r e Crsftsman-st./le lron s c o n c e s
u i t h irosted globes.               The c e l l i n 9 h a s beaded b o a r d s .         The m a n t l e I S u o o d e n . Exoosed
f l o o r s are oak.

T h e t h i r d f l o o r t r e a r , h a l l uindom h a s a n e l a b o r a t e , c a r v e d jamb u i t h 8" d e c o r a t e d
skirt.        T h e t h ~ r df l o o r r o o a a r r a n g e m e n t r e f l e c t s t h a t o f t h e s e c o n d f l o o r . T h e
voodnork I S p a i n t e d u h l t e .        The d e t ~ o~ m e r e d u i n d o v w e l l s a r e u n t r i m m e d e x c e o t f o r a
                                                                d r
heavy s i l l .       The m a n t l e I S black marble.                The h a r d u a r e 1s h o l l o w m e t a l k n o b s .   The
f l o o r 1 8 oak.
8. Statement of Significance
Csrt~fylngoffic~alhas considered the s~g~!dlcance t l prop
                                                ct h s               o
                                                           relatlon t other propenles:
                                        Unat~onall~ L .,temde            locally

Applicable Nat~onalRegwer Criteria      lxjA    BBj'1c
                                                   :.           (D
Criter~aConsiderations (Exceptions)         A   (6          C    ZD
                                                                I]
Areas of Sign~ficance(enter categories from instructions)                     f
                                                                       Period o Significance                      Significa t Dates
         Social H i s t o r y                                               188O's-l91O's                              1867
                           re


                                                                       Cultural Affiliation
                                                                            M/A



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Siantficant Person
                     Dr. Robert W. Hazlett
                                                                       Ar@itect/Builder
                                                                          Ldgar      W. Wells, a r c h i t e c t
                     Robert Hazlett                                       K l i e v e s , Kraft & Co., c o n t r a c t o r s
State significance of property, and justrty criteria, criteria considerations, and areas and periods o significance noted above.
                                                                                                      f


      This prominent, single family dwelling fulfills National Register criteria A and C. &s
      t h e home of one o f Wheeling's most distinguished doctors and buslnessment this building
      illustrates t h e historic context of Wheeling a s a major consumer of decorative interior
      furnishings and construction products of the best tastes of the late 1800s. This also
       s
      i a fine, relatively untouched, local example of high-style Second Empire architecture
      designed by o n e of Wheeling's most prominent architect and constructed by a orominent
      local contracting firm.

      Along the Ohio River, Wheeling was known a s a major port and S U D P ~ Y center during the
      nineteenth century. First as the western terminus of the National Road, in 1818,
      Wheelinq became a major outfitting center for persons continuing down the Ohio-
      Rississipoi River system or traveling over-land into Ohio. With the arrival of the
      Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in the 1 8 5 0 s ~ trade increased and industry flourished.
      Wheeling supplied iron productsr especially nails, but also stoves and mantles. The
      city's stores s u ~ p l i e d lincrueta and encaustic tiles. Its lumber yards offered rich
      i m ~ o r t e hwoods and local 1 Y produced finish in9 woods.             l
                                                                    Its s u ~ o Y yards had sandstone,
      marble, olain and molded bricks. Wheeling citizens eagerly had residences built in the
      most fashionable stylesl as did Or. Robert W. Hazlett have this house b u i l t in 1887,
      shortly after his retirement from the full time ~ r a c t i c eof m e d i c ~ n e .

      Typical of many Wheeling building lots1 this one [the north half of lot 1 3 1 Old Town1
      had been oreviouslv occuoied. Hazlett occupied a building on the site and kept his
      offices there in 1884-86s prior to increase in property value from construction of this
      house [Wheeling City Directories].        Tax records note that it had a building evaluated
      at 83000 when full ownership of the lot was conveyed to Hazlett by Horgan Ott in 1877
      [Taxes 18777. A building is shown on an 1870 Wheeling map CGilchristl. It had a
      building on it that is recorded in the oldest surviving Land Book, 18PS. Examination
      o f the basement and exterlor walls show this buildin79 however, is all of a piece in
      Second Emo ire s t v l e ~ except for the somewhat later rear porch.

      Robert Hazlett was born in Washington, P4. He attended Washington college^ reading
      medicine in Wheeling before attending Jefferson Medical College in P h i l a d e l ~ h ~ a .He

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        left his Wheeling practice in the wlnter of 1857-8 because of Door health.       In
        wanderinq the hills of present-day West Virqlniat he located and suoervised the first
        drilling of oil there. He also found rich coal veins which he helped ooen. He
        serviced a s a surqeon in the Union Army during the Civil War. While practicing
        medicine in Wheeling, following the war, he also was prominent in local banking and
        industrial investing. He retired from full time practice of medicine about 1880
        [Cranmerl. This house also was occupied b y his son Robert who was Ohio County englneer
        at least three terms. The son Robert was a prominent bridge engineer associated with
        Job A b b o t t ~ working in West Virginia, Ohio, Washington, DC and New York. He also was a
        partner in the construction of waterworks and electric railways in West Virginia
        CCranmerl.

        Dr. Robert W. Hazlett engaged Wheeling architect Edgar W , Wells and the contracting
        firm of Klieves, Kraft 8 Company. The new house appeared on the 1887 tax rolls at an
        evaluation of 87430. Edgar Wells was associated with the Klieves firm at the time o f
    .   t h e construction. Wells attended Bethany College to learn design, drafting and civil
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        en9ineering. He i known for the design and engineering of three city public o c h o o l s ~
        the Female College at Buckhannont the Y. fl. C. A building, various commercial buildings
        and the residences for George E. St ifel t A1 fred Paul 1 and Dr. Ackermann C h a n t b
        Fuller].    Some of these buildings survive in three national historic districts.       Three
        residences, the Ackermann, Bernard 8 Theodore Klieve, and Edgar Wells residences are
        all part of the Chapline Street Row Historic District.      The three residential designs,
        like this residence, have a projecting bay on the upper floor. The contractors for the
        construction were the second generation of cabinetmakers who owned a plane-milling
        business in addition to the contracting firm. Klieves, Kraft 8 Comoany built many
        business blocks in addition to the residences mentioned above designed by Wells
        [Newtonl.

        The buildins facade displays molded brick, colored slates, incised stone window
        cornices and heavy wooden roof cornice. The main facade deslgn comoosition displays
        the breaking of the facade into com~artmentst typical of Queen Anne. In its interior
        this building displays the richness of moldings, paneling, cornices, carving, iron and
        marble mantles, encaustic tile uorkr and lincrusta that symbolizes the most elaborate
        Queen Anne houses in America. This house is the outward representation of all that an
        Ohio River Vallev prominent citizen hooed to possess.
9. Major Biblioqraphical References


Bflas ~f ihc C L ~ Y af Yheelios.              Phlladelohla:       L.     J. Richards 8 Co.              1889.

Barthe11 0. H., H. E. Halfoennr, Thomas W . Hassen, J o s e ~ hB. Doyle.                               Bills QP the Ciiy
af U h e e l ~ n g . Philadel~hla: 4. H. Hueller. 1901.

Cranmer* Gibson Lamb              ttisiacy   af Yheelins C i i y .        Chicago:         Biograoh ical Publ ish ing
Company. 1902.

Gilchristt Joseph.           Map ~f City ~f Uhteliag.             Wheeling:           F.   W.   Beer 8 Co.       1870.

U i s f ~ c ~ the U Q Q ~ Q h i Yaller.
          af              C     ~                  Hadison* WI:          Brant 8 Fuller.           1890.

    Maps ~f Uhttlins~U r U S New
I Q S U C ~s t Yicsioia- ~ York:                                                    Sanborn Hap Comoany.           1902.

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   Previous documentation on file (NPS):
                                            Yk
  apreliminary determination of individual Itsting (36 CFR 67)             Primary location of additional data:
.'   . has been requested . . !                                            a
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                                                                              State historic preservation office
   i previously listed in the National Register                               Other State agency
 a
 0
        previously determined eligible by the National Register
        designated a National Historic Landmark
                                                                              Federal agency
                                                                              Local government
   a t e c o r d e d by Historic American Buildings                        13 University
        survey #                                                           a  other
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        recorded by Historic American Engineermg                           Specify repository:
        Record #

 10. Geoqraphical Data
 Acreage of property                 2 acres

 UTM References
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            1512,314,13,0] (4,413,414,8,01
             Easting             Northing
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 Verbal Boundary Description
The Robert W. Hazlett house occupies the north oart of lot 13, Old Town of Wheelins.
                                                             -
The frontage on H a ~ nStreet 1s 37.5 feet, according to the deed o f November 2 6 , 1877
conveying the land to Robert W. Hazlett [Deeds 68/4991.


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 Boundary Justification
The boundary includes the entire c i t y lot that has historically been associated with
the Robert W . Hazlett house.



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 11. Form Prepared By
 nammine      Rebecca M. Roeers
 organlation                                                                        date       1-22-91
 street & number  44 Audubon Roa,d                                                  telephone 216-75 7-8986
 city or town     ~ounastown,                                                       state C1-f.          ztp code        44 5 1
toric   Wheeling Historic
            District .

								
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