Traphagen House aka The Redstone

The Traphagen House, aka “The Redstone,” photographed by Dennis O’Hara in 2009. Architect Oliver G. Traphagen built this as his family home; the Chester and Clara Congdon family resided here until Glensheen was built. The house was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975 and later renovated by advertising executive Howard Klatsky. The home was severely damaged by an arson fire in 2014. As of 2017 its future remains in question. (Image: Northern Images)

1511 East Superior Street | Architect: Oliver G. Traphagen | b. 1892 | Extant