Photo: Courtesy Rob Ketcherside

William D. Hofius Residence, 1902
First Hill
Architect: Spalding and Umbrecht
This First Hill mansion is actually a simple Four Square box in plan, but with an elaborate Venetian Gothic portico grafted onto it. Originally built for a local steel- and heavy-equipment entrepreneur, it now serves as the Roman Catholic archbishop’s residence.

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