Garland Hill Historic District in Lynchburg VA

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412 Madison Street
"The Christian House"

Romanesque with Queen Anne details. Built in 1897 by architect E.G. Frye for Frank P. Christian, a judge of the Coporation Court, director of the First National Bank of Lynchburg, and simultaneously president of three spearate coal and coke companies. This house had the first coal stoker furnace in a private home in the city.