Created By: Heritage Hill Association
In 1879 Wyman became associated with C. W. Rand as a member of the Wyman-Rand Carpet Company, and later they added a stock of furniture, queensware, glassware, curtains, and other household furnishings. C.W. was president Northwest Manufacturing Company. Mr. Rand died in 1897. C.W. created The Rand Lecture Fund to bring prominent people to lecture in Burlington. The lectures were to improve the morals and intelligence of the Burlington residents.
622 Court is a 3 story Queen Anne Victorian. This home features clapboard siding on the 1st floor, shingle siding on the 2nd floor and fish scale siding on the 3rd floor (all original). There have been modifications to the front porch. The home features original stained glass windows and multiple fireplaces. The original carriage barn remains on the property.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Heritage Hill Historic District Walking Tour