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Once known as Mullarky's Grove, Raymond prospered as a railroad village. In 1860, the first house was built in the town, followed by a store in 1865. Surveyed by John Ball on the behalf of Edward McStay, a prominent proprietor, the plat of Raymond was filed in 1867.

You may travel to the historic site in Raymond on this tour by clicking on circled numbers on the map or by clicking on the name of the site in the list below.

  1. William Waterfield House
    308 South Third Street
  1. Pilot Grove (site)
    Two miles east of County Road V49 on Iowa 281

Link to historical sites in:

Cedar Falls | Waterloo | Evansdale | Gilbertville | La Porte City | Raymond | Hudson | Finchford/Janesville

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Last updated Wednesday, June 2, 2004

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