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Seiberling Mansion, Kokomo

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The Seiberling Mansion is a historic house in Kokomo, Indiana, United States. In 1887, Monroe Seiberling of Akron, Ohio, traveled to Kokomo to open the Kokomo Strawboard Company, which would make shoeboxes out of straw and employ seventy-five people. Within six months, Seiberling, uncle of Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company founder Frank Seiberling, sold the Kokomo Strawboard Company and opened the Diamond Plate Glass Company. He began construction on his mansion in October 1889 at a cost of $50,000, with construction ending within two years. The mansion is built in a mixture of Neo-Jacobean (Queen Anne) and Romanesque Revival styles. In 1972, the Seiberling Mansion was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.The mansion is owned by the Howard County Historical Society and serves as the main museum of the Howard County Historical Museum.
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  • We went for a special free Friday night visit during the Christmas season. It was busy, but not unpleasant. The entire Manson was decorated for the holiday and it was stunning. Lots of historical item...  more »
  • We thoroughly enjoyed our tour of the Seiberling Mansion. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable about the home and the Seiberling family. He did an excellent job of pointing out the many wonderful arc...  more »
  • a must see for hometown people and visitors to Kokomo. So much to learn about our town and history. Top notch!  more »