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Crawford–Pettyjohn House

129 S. Washington Street
Pierre, Hughes County, South Dakota, 57501

The Crawford-Pettyjohn House
Photo: Jeffrey Beall License: CC BY-SA 3.0
The Crawford–Pettyjohn House is a historic house in Pierre, South Dakota. The Queen Anne style house was built in 1885.
The house's design features a porch that wraps around the south and east sides, a hipped roof with cross gables, and a corner turret. Coe I. Crawford, who later became governor of South Dakota, was the house's first owner; Crawford lived in the house until 1896. Governor Robert S. Vessey may have also lived in the house during his time in office. In 1919, Frank Pettyjohn, who owned multiple local grain elevators, bought the house.

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