JULIAN HOME IN IRVINGTON
PRIZED BY THREE FAMILIES
(Photo by Star Staff Photographer.)
Home at 29 South Audubon road, built by Jacob Burnet
Julian in 1871.
BY AGNES M'CULLOCH HANNA.
Jacob Burnet Julian was one of
the founders of the charming town
or village of Irvington, to the east
of Indianapolis, on ground which
lies about two hundred feet higher
than our city. As a proof of his
faith in the excellence of the new
residence section, he built there in
1871 a very substantial gray brick
house as a home for his family.
Mr. Julian was born in Centerville
in 1819, and when he was 20 years
old he was married to Martha Bryan
of that town. With her and their
four young people he came to In-
dianapolis to make his home. Irv-
ington, of which he and Sylvester
Johnson were joint founders, was to
be a model community in every way.
No liquor was to be sold there, and
among beautiful, natural surroundings
there were to be schools and
libraries and the added advantage
of good neig
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