Dan Alexander House
This Victorian dwelling was designed for Jewish merchant, Dan Alexander who, with his son Louis, ran a racket store on South Main Street. Jules C. Leffland designed the structure, which was built in 1903 at a cost of $3,138. Arsonists torched the house on April 14, 1995, causing the roof to collapse into the interior of the structure. Miraculously, a young couple bought the charred structure and brought it back to life.