Emily Olson House

The Emily Olson House built in 1862 by Andrew Jackson Clark for his bride Emily.
View Website Favorite 408 River Street - Osceola, WI 54020
Information: 715-294-2480

Volunteers opens on Saturdays.

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Built in 1862 the Emily Olson House is one of the oldest surviving structures in Osceola. It has served as a home, library and is now the headquarters of the Osceola Historical Society. The dining, living room and one upstairs bedroom are furnished to represent its earlier history.

  • Runs Memorial Day through Labor Day
    • Yes
  • History/Heritage Type
    • Wisconsin History

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