The Mother in Law House

I will be heading back to Missouri to see the family for the holidays so I have been cleaning up files to see what I have and haven’t posted because there will be new photos from the visit.  I’m starting to wonder if there is anything left for me to photograph here in Old St. Charles, Missouri as I’ve walked up, down and around it so many times.  But we shall see.

This building is called the Mother In Law House; first brick double house built in 1866.  No idea what a double house is but it now serves as a restaurant.

 

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16 Responses to The Mother in Law House

  1. Ingrid says:

    Love these old buildings. Have a wonderful visit. I have no doubt that you’ll find plenty to photograph.

  2. Nancy says:

    … and you will find lots to capture!

  3. Timothy Price says:

    I can imagine you will find something to photograph. Do you think MiL was happy with her house?

  4. I like the brick work and window box.

  5. Dina says:

    Enjoy your visit and bring back lots of lovely photos! 🙂 Is it very cold in Missouri now?

  6. equinoxio21 says:

    Nice shot. Since I had no idea either as to what a double house is… here’s Webster’s view on the matter: 1 :a house with rooms on each side of an entrance hall. 2 :a house divided vertically by a party wall and designed for two families living side by side.
    Buen fin y buen viaje.

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