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Built in 1905, this Queen Anne-style home originally belonged to George H. Harris. Harris was employed at Hughes & Co. as a bookkeeper, and later would become the office manager of Brandon Machine & Implement Works. Harris resided at 338 Louise Avenue until his death in 1954. The home is designed with an enclosed porch and a gable roof. The roof is trimmed with wide eaves, moulding, brackets, dentils, and bargeboard. Gable-shaped dormers can also been seen on the roofline. The exterior is accented by a pediment, carving detail, and ornamental windows.

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