R. Spencer and Kitty Hines Mansion
This Victorian Eclectic Style house was constructed in 1895 for Russell Spencer and Kitty Leetham Hines. R. Spencer Hines was involved in mining, real-estate, and other business ventures including the operation of a drug store/saloon. After his death in 1898, Kitty Hines continued to live in the house until 1903 when it was rented to several individuals including Bert and Sarah Bowen who purchased the house in 1922. Their daughter, Maude, inherited the house and lived in it with her husband, Benjamin Frank Roper, for 34 years.
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