The Wallace House: Examples of Row House Architecture

The Wallace House: Examples of Row House Architecture

The Victorian architectural style evolved from Gothic origins, which appealed to the romantic notion that fashion, architecture and furnishings should be beautiful rather than practical. The Wallace House, also called the Truman Home, is the former home of President Harry S. Truman and Bess Truman in Independence, MO. It was built between 1867 and 1895, and was owned by Truman until his death in 1972. It is now the Harry S. Truman Historic Site.

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