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 ====== Dr. John E. Stevenson House (BE 295) ====== ====== Dr. John E. Stevenson House (BE 295) ======
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 This house, built c.[[1870]], is the sole surviving building associated with the [[Big Bone Lick]] mineral springs, where a leading resort/spa prospered in the mid-19th century. ​ Dr. Stevenson, proprietor of the Home for Invalids at [[Big Bone]], was involved with both the curative and recreational aspects of the resort and operated at least two of the hotels erected there.  ​ This house, built c.[[1870]], is the sole surviving building associated with the [[Big Bone Lick]] mineral springs, where a leading resort/spa prospered in the mid-19th century. ​ Dr. Stevenson, proprietor of the Home for Invalids at [[Big Bone]], was involved with both the curative and recreational aspects of the resort and operated at least two of the hotels erected there.  ​
  
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