Lindsay House (Bloom County House)
This Lindsay House, now called the Bloom County House, is one of the three houses belonging to the River City Housing Collective. Built in 1893, It was designed by architect George F. Barber and Company in the Queen Anne revival style. It was named to the National Register of Historic Places in 1977.
Backstory and Context
The house is named after a local businessman, Lindsay (it is currently unclear of that was his first or last name), who built and presumably lived in it. The River City Housing Collective now runs the house. The collective is a non-profit that offers low cost housing to students and community members.
The River City Housing Collective always welcomes new members joining in one of their houses. They emphasize having a healthy social environment as well as teaching management, cooking, maintenance, and communication skills.
"Lindsay House", National Register of Historic Places.
About Us. River City Housing Collective. n d. Accessed October 04, 2018. https://sites.google.com/site/rivercityhousingcollective/about-us.