Historic Resources of Galena, Illinois

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1. 202 Adams St
This is a 2-story domestic building built ca. 1886. The foundation is limestone. Exterior walls are vinyl siding. The building has a front-gable roof clad in asphalt shingles. Windows are contemporary vinyl 1/1 double- or single-hung. The porch is original or historic, Full-width, one-story; Wood materials; Flat roof; Square supports. Doors are original or historic wood glazed; paneled with transom.
Eligible as contributing resource.
2. 204 Adams St
This is a 2-story domestic building built ca. 1886. The foundation is limestone, poured concrete. Exterior walls are vinyl siding. The building has a front-gable roof. Windows are contemporary vinyl 1/1 double- or single-hung. The porch is original or historic, L-inset; Less than Full Height Entry; Wood materials; Deck roof; Square supports. Doors are contemporary metal glazed.
Eligible as contributing resource.
3. 206 Adams St
This is a 2-story domestic building built ca. 1887. The foundation is not visible. Exterior walls are aluminum siding. The building has a front-gable roof clad in asphalt shingles. Windows are contemporary vinyl 1/1 double- or single-hung. The porch is contemporary, Full-width, one-story; Deck; Aluminum siding materials; Deck roof. Doors are contemporary wood; glass glazed; paneled.
Eligible as contributing resource.
4. 214 Adams St
This is a 2.5-story domestic building in the Craftsman style built ca. 1915. The foundation is concrete block. Exterior walls are wood clapboard/siding. The building has a side-gable roof clad in asphalt shingles. Windows are original or historic wood 3/1; Diamond-pane fixed; double- or single-hung; awning; with molding. The porch is original or historic, Full-width, one-story; Wood materials; Classical supports. Doors are original or historic wood; glass glazed.
Not eligible/Non-contributing.
5. 300 Adams St
This is a 2-story domestic building built ca. 1880/c. 1920. The foundation is not visible. Exterior walls are vinyl siding. The building has a front-gable roof clad in asphalt shingles. Windows are original or historic; contemporary wood; vinyl 1/1 fixed; double- or single-hung. The porch is contemporary, Full-width, one-story; Aluminum siding materials; Half-hipped roof; Square supports; Turned spindles on rear porch. Doors are contemporary wood; glass glazed; paneled.
Eligible as contributing resource.
6. 205 Adams St
This is a 1-story domestic building built ca. 1850. The foundation is limestone, poured concrete. Exterior walls are vinyl siding. The building has a side-gable roof clad in asphalt shingles. Windows are contemporary vinyl 1/1 double- or single-hung. The porch is contemporary, Full-width, one-story; Wood materials; Deck roof; Square supports. Doors are contemporary wood; glass glazed with transom.
Eligible as contributing resource.
7. 207 Adams St
This is a 2-story domestic building in the Queen Anne style built ca. 1870. The foundation is limestone. Exterior walls are wood clapboard/siding. The building has a cross gable roof clad in asphalt shingles. Windows are original or historic wood 2/2 double- or single-hung; with molding. The porch is original or historic, L-inset; Wood materials; Deck roof; Chamfered supports. Doors are original or historic wood glazed; paneled with molding.
Eligible as contributing resource.
8. 208 Adams St
This is a 2-story domestic building in the Queen Anne style built ca. 1880. The foundation is poured concrete. Exterior walls are wood clapboard/siding. The building has a cross gable roof clad in metal. Windows are original or historic; contemporary wood; vinyl 1/1 double- or single-hung; Chicago/Picture; transoms with colored glass. The porch is original or historic, Wrap; Wood materials; Half-hipped roof; Turned spindles. Doors are original or historic wood; glass glazed with molding.
Eligible as contributing resource.
Resource ID: 120594
9. 211 Adams St
This is a 1-story domestic building built ca. 1940. The foundation is concrete. Exterior walls are asbestos siding. The building has a side-gable roof clad in asphalt shingles. Windows are original or historic wood 1/1 double- or single-hung. Doors are contemporary wood paneled with Pilasters; molding.
Not eligible/Non-contributing.
10. 213 Adams St
This is a 1-story domestic building built ca. 1940. The foundation is concrete. Exterior walls are vinyl siding. The building has a cross gable roof clad in asphalt shingles. Windows are original or historic; contemporary wood; vinyl 2/2 double- or single-hung. Doors are contemporary metal glazed.
Not eligible/Non-contributing.
11. 302 Adams St
This is a 1.5-story domestic building in the Vernacular style built ca. 1850. The foundation is not visible. Exterior walls are asbestos siding. The building has a saltbox roof clad in asphalt shingles. Windows are contemporary vinyl 1/1 double- or single-hung. The porch is contemporary, Full-width, one-story; Enclosed; Asbestos siding materials; Half-hipped roof. Doors are contemporary wood; glass glazed; paneled.
Not eligible/Non-contributing.
12. 306 Adams St
This is a 1.5-story domestic building in the Vernacular style built ca. 1850. The foundation is poured concrete. Exterior walls are vertical wood paneling. The building has a side-gable roof clad in asphalt shingles. Windows are contemporary vinyl 1/1 double- or single-hung. The porch is contemporary, Full-width, one-story; Wood materials; Shed roof; Square supports. Doors are contemporary wood; glass glazed.
Not eligible/Non-contributing.
13. 307 Adams St
This is a 1.5-story domestic building in the Vernacular style built ca. 1850. The foundation is limestone covered in concrete. Exterior walls are aluminum siding. The building has a side-gable roof clad in asphalt shingles. Windows are original or historic; contemporary wood; vinyl 1/1; 6-light double- or Singe-hung; awning. The porch is contemporary, Full-width, two- or more stories; Wood materials; Shed roof; Square supports. Doors are original or historic wood paneled.
Eligible as contributing resource.
14. 308 Adams St
This is a 1.5-story domestic building in the Vernacular style built ca. 1850. The foundation is concrete block. Exterior walls are vinyl siding. The building has a side-gable roof clad in asphalt shingles. Windows are original or historic; contemporary wood; vinyl 1/1; 2/2 Doube- or single-hung. The porch is contemporary, Full-width, one-story; Enclosed; Wood and vinyl siding materials; Shed roof; Square supports. Doors are contemporary metal glazed; paneled.
Not eligible/Non-contributing.
15. 900 Alexander St
This is a 2-story domestic building in the Federal style built ca. 1835. The foundation is concrete over limestone. Exterior walls are brick; wood clapboard/siding. The building has a side-gable roof clad in asphalt shingles. Windows are original or historic; contemporary wood; vinyl 1/1; 6/6 Doube- or single-hung. Doors are contemporary vinyl glazed; paneled.
Not eligible/Non-contributing.
16. 102 N Bench St
This is a 2.5-story domestic building in the Queen Anne style built ca. 1890. The foundation is limestone. Exterior walls are wood clapboard/siding. The building has a cross gable roof clad in asphalt shingles. Windows are original wood 1/1 double- or single-hung; fixed; transoms. The porch is original, L-inset; Wood materials; Flat roof; Turned spindles. Doors are original wood glazed; paneled.
Eligible as contributing resource.
17. 105 N Bench St
This is a 2.5-story domestic building in the Federal style built in 1855. The foundation is limestone. Exterior walls are brick. The building has a side-gable roof. Windows are original wood 1/1; 1/6 double- or single-hung. The porch is original, Less than full-height entry; Wood materials; Half-hipped roof; Classical; Doric columns. Doors are original wood glazed; flush with transom.
Eligible as contributing resource.
18. 106 N Bench St
This is a multi-story church in the Romanesque Revival style built in 1838. The foundation is sandstone. Exterior walls are sandstone. The building has a front-gable roof clad in metal. Windows are stained glass. The original wIndows were made of opaque yellow glass. The stained glass windows you see today were installed between 1890-1910. They are made of Belgium stained glass with the colors fired in rather than painted on. Doors are original wood paneled.
Eligible as contributing resource.
19. 107 N Bench St
This is a 2.5-story domestic building in the Queen Anne style built in 1843/1890. The foundation is poured concrete. Exterior walls are wood clapboard/siding. The building has a front-gable roof clad in wood. Windows are original wood 1/1 double- or single-hung; fixed; stained glass. The porch is original, Full-width, one-story; Wood materials; Half-hipped roof; Turned spindles. Doors are original wood glazed; paneled.
Eligible as contributing resource.
20. 109 N Bench St
This is a 2.5-story domestic building in the Federal style built in 1847. The foundation is not visible. Exterior walls are brick. The building has a side-gable roof clad in asphalt shingles. Side parapets. Windows are original wood 1/1 double- or single-hung. Doors are contemporary wood glazed.
Eligible as contributing resource.
21. 110 N Bench St
This is a 2.5-story domestic building in the Federal style built in 1855. The foundation is ornamental concrete block. Exterior walls are brick. The building has a side-gable roof. Side parapets. Windows are original wood 1/1 double- or single-hung. Doors are original wood paneled with transom; sidelights; Pilasters.
Eligible as contributing resource.
22. 111 N Bench St
This is a 2.5-story domestic building in the Federal style built ca. 1850. The foundation is not visible. Exterior walls are brick. The building has a side-gable roof clad in asphalt shingles. Side parapets. Windows are original wood 1/1 double- or single-hung; hopper. Doors are contemporary wood; glass glazed with transom.
Eligible as contributing resource.
23. 115 N Bench St
This is a 1.5-story domestic building in the Queen Anne Cottage style built ca. 1880. The foundation is limestone. Exterior walls are wood clapboard/siding. The building has a cross gable roof clad in asphalt shingles. Windows are contemporary vinyl 1/1 double- or single-hung. The porch is original, Less than full-height entry; Wood materials; Half-hipped roof; Round columns. Doors are original wood; glass glazed.
Eligible as contributing resource.
24. 117 N Bench St
This is a 2-story domestic building in the Federal style built ca. 1850. The foundation is not visible. Exterior walls are brick. The building has a side-gable roof clad in metal. Windows are original wood 2/2 double- or single-hung. Doors are original wood glazed with transom.
Eligible as contributing resource.