This Gothic Revival house was built adjacent to his tanyard by Frederick Curry and his wife, Cornelia, in 1856. Curry was a descendant of a pioneer Mercer County family who came to the area with the McAfees.
An original brick smokehouse is still part of the property. Prior to the construction of this house, in-lot 128 was owned by African American entrepreneurs Dennis and Diademia Doram, whose portraits by Patrick Henry Davenport are housed in the Kentucky History Center. This Property is on the African-American History Tour.
328 North College Street
Harrodsburg, KY 40330