The Mathias Ham House is a 19th century house in Dubuque, Iowa that is on the National Register of Historic Places. It is located at the intersection of Shiras and Lincoln Ave in Dubuque.
The house was built for local businessman and lead miner Mathias Ham in 1856. The architect was John Francis Rague, who had designed the original capitol buildings of Illinois at Springfield and Iowa at Iowa City. He designed the house in the Italian Villa style.
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