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Villa Katherine

Discover Villa Katherine in Quincy, Illinois: This Mediterranean castle was built for a millionaire and his giant dog.

Villiage Katherine, Quincy,Ill Showing one of the wonderful lightning storms we have here.

Villa Kathrine - One of these houses I've been posting is the house my Grandmother's boyfriend lived in when she was young!

Villa Katherine

Villa Katherine

Quincy University's Chapel

Gala auction being planned to raise money to replace Quincy University Chapel's Roof.

The Villa Katherine is a jumble of Mediterranean architectural styles built by an eccentric millionaire for him and his dog.  Born in 1849, ...

Villa Katherine

Villa Katherine- Quincy Illinois This Mediterranean castle was built for a millionaire and his giant dog

Villa Katherine

Located on Street between State and Payson is the Villa Katherine Park containing the Villa Katherine, a Moroccan-style mansion that now also houses Quincy’s Tourist Information Center.

Quincy illinois. 19th and Jersey. Former Ruth Tank residence that burned down in early 1970s and was later renovated back to it's original grandeur by the Holthaus family.

Former Ruth Tank residence that burned down in early and was later renovated back to it's original grandeur by the Holthaus family.

Based on the stunning architecture Quincy, #Illinois, native W. George Mertz saw on his travels around the world, Villa Kathrine – located in Mertz’s hometown of Quincy --  is on the National Register of Historic Places.

Villa Kathrine in Quincy, Illinois - America’s Most Mind-Boggling Roadside Attractions

Huffman House    This house was built for Mathias Huffman, a prominent jewelry store owner, around 1880 in Quincy, Illinois. It is made from the French Second Empire style. Later it was used for a college prepatory for girls. Even Samuel Clemens was a school patron here.

Huffman House This house was built for Mathias Huffman, a prominent jewelry store owner, around 1880 in Quincy, Illinois. It is made from the French Second Empire style. Later it was used for a college prepatory for girls.

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