Created By: Nappanee Public Library
Ever drive through Nappanee and notice some of the beautiful homes that are speckled along US 6 in the Historic East District? Ever wonder what their stories are and who built them? Homes of the Kitchen Industry takes you through Nappanee’s Historic East District and you will learn about the Mutschler, Coppes and Zook family homes and the history behind them and the men who built them. Learn about what home in Nappanee was designed by well-known architect E. Hill Turnock. Find out about what home in Nappanee used to be three floors but now only has two. Learn about how one home was relocated to make way for Nappanee’s post office. Find out which house in Nappanee was the House the Depression built since it was built during the depression and they used recycled materials to save money.
Please remember that these are private homes.