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National and State Register
This house, moved to its present site in 1983, has been restored to its earliest known date of construction - 1871. The dwelling is associated with Aurora’s agricultural beginnings. Thomas Gully, an Irish immigrant, ran a ranching operation out of his home, as did his descendants until the 1950s. The house was a center for community activity, serving as a polling place for local school district elections.