Baker Mansion

Baker Mansion The Baker Mansion is a historic home located at Altoona in Blair County, Pennsylvania, United States. It was built between 1844 and 1848, and is a three story, dressed stone building in the Greek Revival style.
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The front facade is five bays wide and features six fluted Ionic order columns. The building houses the Blair County Historical Society.Baker Mansion was originally home to ironmaster Elias Baker and his family. Baker purchased the nearby Alleghany Furnace in 1836 in partnership with his cousin Roland Diller. Elias brought his wife, Hetty, and their two sons, David Woods and Sylvester, from Lancas

The front facade is five bays wide and features six fluted Ionic order columns. The building houses the Blair County Historical Society.Baker Mansion was originally home to ironmaster Elias Baker and his family. Baker purchased the nearby Alleghany Furnace in 1836 in partnership with his cousin Roland Diller. Elias brought his wife, Hetty, and their two sons, David Woods and Sylvester, from Lancas

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