The Lanning House was built in 1867, by a returning Civil War soldier, Azariah Lanning, who became a dentist in Salem. The residence was constructed of locally made brick from the Shrum yard. Its colonial revival front porch was a later addition. This early home was converted to a bed and breakfast close to the John Hay Center and has been sensitively restored.
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