Hinkle-Murphy House

I owned Hinkle-Murphy House between 1983-1984. I bought it because it was a historic building in decent shape.  It had off-street parking.  William Channing Whitney designed it, a local society architect of some renown.  He was an architect that the State Preservation Office would know of, unlike Edgar Eugene Joralemon.  I thought it would be an easier project than Holmes House.  During 1983-1984 I researched its history for the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP).  It got on the NRHP.  I have lots of photographs I’d like to share. Most NRHP buildings don’t have any pictures of themselves up on the web. Here are some for fun and education.