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George W. Trogner House (1897)                                                          #18


George W. Trogner arrived in Neillsville in the fall of 1865 after observing Lee's surrender. He began his own carpentry business and wagon shop in 1867, going on to become Neillsville's master builder, credited with constructing many of Neillsville's substantial homes, including his own. He also constructed many commercial and church structures. The house is representative of the Queen Anne style of architecture. It exhibits the strong influence of Charles Eastlake, with its ornate detailing, almost lace-like in nature. Trogner created a variety of elaborate embossed woodwork, utilizing a different wood variety in each room on the first floor. NR


EL – The structure is eligible for the National Register of Historic Places
LR – The structure is listed on the Local Historic Register
NR – The structure is listed on the National Register of Historic Places


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