The George Ripley Fuller House

George Ripley Fuller (1857-1937), a prominent lawyer whose name is mentioned in connection with every important public service during his lifetime, built his house circa 1902-1903.

The Fuller house was originally built at 4 Herrick Road on the corner of Main Street, but was moved to make way for the Gilley Museum, built to honor bird carving artist Wendell Holmes Gilley (1904-1983)

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The George Ripley Fuller House - Jacked up to Move

The Fuller House Ready to Move - June 1980

The George Ripley Fuller House - Moving

Moving the House Down Herrick Road - June 1980

View of Herrick Road Toward Main Street in 2015

View Down Herrick Road - April 5, 2015

The George Ripley Fuller House at 19 Herrick Road

The Fuller House in it's New Location - April 23, 2015

Wendell Gilley Museum

The Wendell Gilley Museum - May 23, 2015