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502 Third Avenue (1905): Carnal and Valadon Home. Originally built for Charles Griffin, trainmaster for the Great Northern Railroad, in 1906 F.A. Carnal moved to this Queen Anne residence from his place on Second Avenue. He became Deputy County Attorney for Chouteau County.  He was forced to move and in 1919, Joe Valadon bought the home at a Sheriff’s sale.  After extensive remodeling, Joe and his wife, Policeena, moved in and continued to maintain the home true to its Victorian roots.  The iron fence was added in 1962, and Valadon descendants still maintain and care for the home.


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