Orville P. and Sarah Chubb House

Built in 1867, the Chubb House is the oldest residence standing in Fairmont, and the only of the town's houses known to have been built with brick from Fairmont's first brickyard. It was the home of prominent homesteader Orville Chubb, who was the community's first physician. The house is an example of a property associated with the early Yankee American development of southern Minnesota town sites.

Color image of the Lena Olive Smith House, 1991.

Lena Olive Smith House

The Lena Olive Smith House, 1991.

Color image of the carriage house on the Harrington-Merrill House historic property, 2011.

Carriage House

Carriage house on the Harrington-Merrill House historic property, 2011.

Color image of the Harrington-Merrill House, 2011.

North elevation

The Harrington-Merrill House, 2011.

Color image of the Harrington-Merrill House, 2011.

South elevation

The Harrington-Merrill House, 2011.

Color image of the Harrington-Merrill House, 2011.

West elevation

The Harrington-Merrill House, 2011.

Map of the Harrington-Merrill House site, 2011.

Map of the Harrington-Merrill House site

Map of the Harrington-Merrill House site, 2011.

Black and white photograph of Lewis H. Merrill and his dog Mack at the backdoor of the Harrington-Merrill House, 1900.

Lewis H. Merrill and Mack at backdoor, Hutchinson

Lewis H. Merrill and his dog Mack at the backdoor of the Harrington-Merrill House, 1900.

Black and white photograph of Hutchinson High School class at Harrington-Merrill House, Hutchinson, 1900.

Hutchinson High School class of 1900 at Merrill House, Hutchinson

Hutchinson High School class at Harrington-Merrill House, Hutchinson, 1900.

Black and white photograph of the Harrington House, c.1875.

Harrington House

The Harrington House, c.1875.

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