325 West Market Street
Scranton, PA, USA

  • Architectural Style: Queen Anne
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  • Year Built: 1890
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  • Architectural Style: Queen Anne
  • Year Built: 1890
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325 West Market Street, Scranton, PA, USA

Original Owner: James and Margaret Bell The James and Margaret Bell home located at 325 West Market St in Scranton PA. James and his wife lived here with their seven children. James was a well known and successful businessman in the city.He was a partner in both the Scranton Beef Company and Carbondale Beef Company. James died in 1909 and the Home was left to his wife Margaret and his children. It was owned by the Bell Family until 1957 when the last remaining child of James and Margaret passed away. The home still stands today.

325 West Market Street, Scranton, PA, USA

Original Owner: James and Margaret Bell The James and Margaret Bell home located at 325 West Market St in Scranton PA. James and his wife lived here with their seven children. James was a well known and successful businessman in the city.He was a partner in both the Scranton Beef Company and Carbondale Beef Company. James died in 1909 and the Home was left to his wife Margaret and his children. It was owned by the Bell Family until 1957 when the last remaining child of James and Margaret passed away. The home still stands today.

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