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Statement of Purpose
The Morgan House is a house museum listed in the National Register of Historic Places, and is preserved and maintained by the Winnebago County Historical and Archaeological Society.
This Queen Anne style home was built in 1884 for John Rodgers Morgan, a founder of Oshkosh lumber company Morgan Brothers.
In 1987 the Winnebago County Historical and Archaeological Society acquired the Morgan House and is engaged in a long-term program of its restoration.
Highlights & Collections
One of the most outstanding features of the Morgan House is its original wall coverings of Lincrusta and Anaglypta.
Constructed by local builders Adam Bell and Edwin Cole, this Queen Anne style house has gable and hip roofs, a triangular dormer, a polygonal tower, a patterned masonry chimney and a front porch with stickwork frieze and balustrade.
The Morgan House exhibits a variety of woods detailed by Old World artisans, featuring hand carving, gilding, polychroming & faux finish painting, and bordered hardwood floors.
Current Exhibits and Upcoming Special Events
Special exhibits and Victorian decorations during the Christmas holiday season.
Open to the public 2-4 pm Sundays, June through September; public tours and extended weekend hours are scheduled during the Christmas season; group tours may be booked year-round.
Admission & Directions:
A nominal admission fee is charged.
Driving directions and a map can be found here.
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