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-====== Renaker-Kirtley House ======+====== Renaker-Kirtley House (BE 140) ======
 {{ http://​bcplfusion.bcpl.org/​Repository/​be0140.JPG?​350|The Renaker-Kirtley House}} ​ {{ http://​bcplfusion.bcpl.org/​Repository/​be0140.JPG?​350|The Renaker-Kirtley House}} ​
-Located on the public square behind the courthouse, this house is associated with several illustrious residents of Boone County. ​ Built for Elijah Kirtley c. 1830, it housed the Boone House Hotel from 1830 to 1870. It later became the [[historic homes|residence]] of Fountain Riddell–attorney,​ state legislator and founder of the [[Boone County Deposit Bank]]–and of A.B. Renaker, Riddells son-in-law and cashier of the Deposit Bank.  ​+Located on the public square behind the courthouse, this house is associated with several illustrious residents of Boone County. ​ Built for Elijah Kirtley c. 1830, it housed the Boone House Hotel from [[1830]] to [[1870]]. It later became the [[historic homes|residence]] of Fountain Riddell–attorney,​ state legislator and founder of the [[Boone County Deposit Bank]]–and of A.B. Renaker, Riddell's son-in-law and cashier of the Deposit Bank.  ​
  
 A substantial brick I-house, its facade is pierced by five bays arranged in irregular fashion, suggesting the house was built in stages. ​ The main doorway, with transom, is centered on the facade, and windows include 6/6 sashes. Twin chimneys rise from the end gables.  ​ A substantial brick I-house, its facade is pierced by five bays arranged in irregular fashion, suggesting the house was built in stages. ​ The main doorway, with transom, is centered on the facade, and windows include 6/6 sashes. Twin chimneys rise from the end gables.  ​
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   * "[[The Renaker House]]"​ - by Matthew E. Becher  ​   * "[[The Renaker House]]"​ - by Matthew E. Becher  ​
  
-==== Related websites ==== +===== Related websites ​===== 
-  * National Register Information (PDFs), [[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/​79000961.pdf|inventory form]] and [[http://​pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/​docs/​NRHP/​Photos/​79000961.pdf|images]]+  * National Register Information (PDFs), [[https://npgallery.nps.gov/​NRHP/​AssetDetail?​assetID=f587918d-3eaf-4840-b3ed-c6716bf39303|inventory form and photos]]
  
 ===== Related Topics ===== ===== Related Topics =====
   * [[burlington_historic_district|Burlington Historic District]]   * [[burlington_historic_district|Burlington Historic District]]
  
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