How Old Is That Building ?
Maysville High School – built in 1908. Site of 1784 blockhouse, first permanent building in Maysville .
St. Patrick’s Church –Dedicated in 1910 in Gothic Style, its two large stained glass windows represent St. Boniface and St. Patrick, patron saints of Germany & Ireland. Rectory built in 1901 in Colonial Revival Style
Russell Theater – Spanish Style atmospheric theater built in 1929 by the M. C. Russell family
Third Street Row houses – c. 1830 in Federal Style, enhanced with French influenced grillwork, “eyebrow” windows, later additions of Mansard roofs.
Mason County Courthouse – built in 1844 in Greek Revival Style, domed tower clock
First Presbyterian Church built in 1850; architecture represents the first period of Gothic Revival.
Cox Row – built in 1886, replica of row houses opposite Gracie Mansion in New York City; the 7 row houses are named for days of the week. ( Bet ya didn't know this )
Church of the Nativity built in 1848 in Tudor Gothic style with deep chancel, steep roof pitch, massive tower with belfry and wooden doors with heavy iron strap hinges.
The Lee House, originally named the Washington Hotel, was built circa 1798. Famous guests include Henry Clay, the Marquis de Lafayette and Andrew Jackson. Original guest register on display at Museum Center.
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