Mabel Hartzell Historical Home
The Mabel Hartzell Historic Home was built in 1867 for Matthew and Mary Edwards Earley. The style is Italianate and features wide eaves supported by pronounced bracketing. The front porch runs along the entire front and a portion of the side of the house. Arch-shaped ornamentation is incorporated between the porch posts. The bricks were manufactured in the Alliance area.
The Earley home was considered a showplace in the late 1800s. The original property extended north to the Mahoning River. A portion of the Earley's farm is now Earley's Hill Park, part of the Alliance City park system. Mabel Hartzell willed her home and its contents to the Alliance Historical Society upon her death to be used as an historical museum for the City of Alliance. The home offers a picture of the Victorian era lifestyle in Alliance.
The Mabel Hartzell Historical Home is owned and operated by the Alliance Historical Society. Tours are available by appointment. Call 330.823.1677 for further information.
A donation of $3.00 per adult is suggested.
Telephone one of our contact people for tours or other information: * Gordon Harrison: 330.823-1677 * Joseph Zelasko: 330.821-8972
Suggested Tour Length: 1 hour
Reservations Required: Yes
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