Wiman/Jackson House

Location: 313 Quince St SE
Local register

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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAWiman/Jackson House today (2014) photo by Deb Ross

The Wiman/Jackson House was built before 1887 in what is now known as the Bigelow neighborhood on Olympia’s east side. (Thurston County assessor records provide an 1890 construction date, but a city directory shows Samuel P. Wiman living here in 1887.) Samuel P. Wiman was an early pioneer logger in Olympia. This home is in a simple pioneer style but contains decorative elements, as do many homes of a similar date in this neighborhood. The home is just outside the boundaries of the Olympia Avenue Local Historic District. It is on the local register. Verner E. Jackson lived in this home for many years.

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