Walk Danville

Make a right onto Ferry Street, and continue to the corner of Ferry and Bloom Street.

115 Bloom Street 37

This c. 1830 Federal style home is a brick painted 2.5 story, three-bay side hall residence. The entrance features sidelights and a multi- light transom. The

windows are 6-over-9 on the first floor and 6-over-6 on the second. All windows retain their original shutters.The double end wall chimneys are linked with a low parapet wall. The last residents of the home were William Henry (Harry) Cole and his family.

From the corner of Ferry Street, look South to see 116 Walnut St.

116 Walnut Street 38.

This house was built in the late 1800s and was once the residence of Rufus K. Polk and his wife Isabella, a descendant of William Montgomery. Polk was a U.S. Congressman from

1899 until his death, at the age of 35, in 1902. He was a descendent of President James Polk.

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