Wilson Place Mansion

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Facility:Wilson Place Mansion
Description:Built in 1859 by Captain William Wilson, it was a originally a large colonial-style house with a pillared porch. Captain Wilson, was a principal in the Knapp, Stout & Co., Company, founder and first mayor of the city of Menomonie, and the area's first state senator. In 1875, he enclosed the 22-acre estate with a sandstone wall, part of which fronts the museum today.
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Address 1:101 Wilson Circle
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City:Menomonie
State/Province:WI
Zip Code:54751
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Hours:See their web site for hours
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Telephone:(715) 235-2283
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