Osev and Tone Overland
This Queen Anne Style building, like the Holtan-Rue House at 117 S. Franklin, has a steeply-pitched hipped roof, projecting gables, and narrow siding. This was a very popular style on the East Side after the turn of the century.
Three generations of Overlands lived in this house. Osev was a carpenter. His son Oscar was in the local gasoline business for fifty years, and operated the Mobil station at W. Main and Page streets. Ed, another son, operated a Mobil station at E. Main and Academy streets.