The Dudley-McFarland House, located at 895 Seventh Street in Charleston, Illinois, has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the U.S. Department of Interior.

     Graced by tall, flowing oak and hickory trees, the Dudley House, its common name, is one of a select few Queen Anne style frame residences still existing in Illinois. The architect and builder was Charles D. Mitchell, a native of Charleston. He became a prominent architect of buildings, ranging from the Queen Anne style to the Prairie Four-Square style of construction; included amoung the latter is the Carnegie Public Library in Charleston.

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