Hay-Morrison House (John Hay Birthplace)
The Hay-Morrison House was called the Salem Grammar School when it opened in 1825. Although the building saw limited utility as a school, it is individually listed on the National Register because of its association with John Hay and John T. Morrison. The Hay Morrison House, an excellent example of 1824 Federal architecture in the Midwest, is now part of the John Hay Center complex and open to the public.
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