William Collins House (Madison, Wisconsin)

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William Collins House
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William Collins House (Madison, Wisconsin) is located in Wisconsin
William Collins House (Madison, Wisconsin)
William Collins House (Madison, Wisconsin) is located in the US
William Collins House (Madison, Wisconsin)
Location 704 E. Gorham St.
Madison, Wisconsin
Coordinates 43°4′58″N 89°22′50″W / 43.08278°N 89.38056°W / 43.08278; -89.38056Coordinates: 43°4′58″N 89°22′50″W / 43.08278°N 89.38056°W / 43.08278; -89.38056
Built c. 1911
Architect Claude and Starck
Architectural style Prairie School
NRHP reference # 74000067
Added to NRHP December 3, 1974

The William Collins House is a historic house located at 704 East Gorham Street in Madison, Wisconsin. It is locally significant as a fine example of Claude and Starck's residential work in the Prairie School style. It was later used by the City of Madison as the offices for the Parks Department.

Description and history[edit]

The 3-story Prairie School style house was built around 1911 by the Claude and Starck architecture firm for William and Dora Collins. It was designated a landmark by the Madison Landmarks Commission in 1975.[1] It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on December 3, 1974.[2]


  1. ^ "Collins House". Historical Marker Database.org. Retrieved 2012-02-04. 
  2. ^ "William Collins House". Landmark Hunter.com. Retrieved 2012-02-04.