Built halfway between downtown Adrian and the railroad stations that brought the city its wealth, the Burnham Historical Building represents a grand example of the Italianate architectural style of the mid-nineteenth-century. The house, built during the Civil War, became a symbol of wealth and power. Several of its owners serving as bankers and presidents of prominent local industries. Click here for an essay about this house by Annie Carden.
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