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Henry E. Cook House
620 Fulton Avenue

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Considered the most endangered building in Evansville, Indiana, The Henry Cook House was one of three Cook mansions that lined
the 600 block of North Fulton Avenue. The Harris and Shopbell designed Colonial Revival was owned and inhabited by Henry
Cook. Cook was the vice-president of F.W. Cook Brewing and was secretary and treasurer of F.W. Cook Investments. The wood
porch was replaced by brick and the wrought iron fence and gate have been removed. A large open back porch was later enclosed
and a side entrance was added.



Produced by John Baburnich



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