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Built by a master carpenter from New York, the Hardin residence, which once stood at 1335 East Broadway, served as the first clubhouse for Monmouth Country Club.

Hardin’s East Broadway residence became clubhouse

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Delevan S. Hardin used the Italianate residence built by his father on Broadway as a country home, after he constructed his own house on South First Street.
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After he became associated with the Second National Bank of Monmouth, Dell Hardin built a grand Queen Anne Style home at 323 South 1st St.

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Editor and historian for Monmouth College. Avid researcher of western Illinois history for 40 years. FB and Twitter. jrankin@monmouthcollege.edu

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