Location: 1409 10th Ave SE
Local Register

No scanned vintage photo of this house is available. If you have one we can scan, or would like to sponsor the scanning of the photo linked below, please contact us at olyhistory@gmail.com Yeager House

Yeager House today (2010) photograph by
Deb Ross 

The Yeager House on 10th Avenue is one of three existing historic homes built by members of the pioneer Yeager family (see William H and Ada Yeager House and Burford House; see also Liberty Cafe and Bettman Block for locations associated with the Yeager patriarch, William A. Yeager). This home was built by William H., Senior, and Ida Mossman Yeager in this neighborhood, on the east side of Olympia, originally called Swantown.  It is a fine and well preserved example of the Queen Anne home style that was popular in Olympia around the time that it was built in the late 1800s. It is on the local register.

Additional links:

Olympia Heritage inventory

Washington State Historical Society photograph (enter the following catalog numbers in Collections Search box): C1964.

For additional information on the Yeager family, see the Residents section of this website.

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