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This (my first pen and ink drawing) is a slightly modified version of the Catalogue House in southern Oregon, not far from where my father lives. The ornate Queen Anne style house was a Christmas gift for the wife of merchant Jeremiah Nunan who had ordered the building components from architect George Franklin Barber’s design catalog (1891-1892). Following shipment from Knoxville, Tennessee in 14 railroad boxcars, it took six months to assemble the house in Jacksonville. Today the home is a restaurant and bed-and-breakfast.

Digital photo reproduction of my original pen and ink drawing.
The 8” x 12” image is printed on Fujicolor Crystal Archive paper with a matte finish. Art is shipped to you signed and delivered (minus the Borchgrevink watermark overlay) with a 2” four-ply textured white mat with a mat board backing – total size: 12” x 16”.

Jeremiah Nunan House (aka The Catalogue House), Jacksonville, Oregon - pen & ink drawing, 12" x 16" matted



  • Vintage handmade item
  • Material: ink on illustration board
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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