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Waggoner-Scarborough Home

Salesman J. T. Waggoner, Jr. (1860-1942) and his wife Sadie (Scarborough) (1870-1955) built this residence in 1927. It is closely associated with Mrs. Waggoner, a civic leader and longtime Jasper ...

Salesman J. T. Waggoner, Jr. (1860-1942) and his wife Sadie (Scarborough) (1870-1955) built this residence in 1927. It is closely associated with Mrs. Waggoner, a civic leader and longtime Jasper County school teacher affectionately known as "Miss Sadie." It was later owned by her brother, local businessman Philip Edgar Scarborough (1883-1965). The house reflects influences of colonial revival and bungalow styling and features fanlights, bracketed eaves, and elliptical arches.

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