Israel Whitehead House- 1817

Historic Vevay Walking Tour

Israel Whitehead House- 1817

Vevay, Indiana 47043, United States

Created By: Switzerland County Tourism


Israel Whitehead House, The lower floor, dating to 1817, was Vevay’s First bank. Upper stories were added in the 1830s in the Greek Revival style. A French Countess married a Mr. Heberhart, and took refuge here during World War II. She called the house L’Abri, which means “shelter” in France.

This point of interest is part of the tour: Historic Vevay Walking Tour


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