Meeker Mansion Inside

Inside Meeker Mansion is a 17 room Italianate Victorian home.  The house was designed by Architects Farrell and Darmer of Tacoma. It took about three years to build and was finished by 1890. The Meekers lived here about 20 years before Mrs. Meeker died in 1909. Mr. Meeker left the house after Mrs. Meeker died.  Check out the history at http://skullbox.fatcow.com/meekermansion.org/index.html

Copyright: Adam Dreller
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Uploaded: 16/12/2009
Updated: 11/09/2014


Tags: mansion; ezra; meeker; puyallup; history; historic
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