|WHITEHILL HOUSE: High and Cumberland Streets. Early Italianate curved staircase of unknown date (1850-60?) with fluted newel, turned spindles and moulded handrail. Photo by Kenneth Kulak.
|ROBERT MORRIS HOUSE: Spiral staircases were popular in Italianate design. This elegant example has a robustly shaped urn capping the urn. Photo by Keith Riggle.
|MILLER HALL: Monumental newel post displays Eastlake influence in its elaborate carvings and shape. Erected by the Ullom Brothers in 1886-1887.
|GOODWIN HOUSE: East Wayne Street. Built in 1886. Transitioning to the Second Empire style, newel posts are now square in shape and extravagantly ornamented. Columns are a popular decorative motif.
|SOUTH SIDE HOUSE: Moving to the Queen Anne style, entrance halls have become large open rooms with richly carved woodwork designed to impress. This house was built by contractor Jonathan Funk in 1894.