This contributing, c.l855. vernacular, Greek Revival residence is distinctive for its masonry (brick) construction. With a stone foundation, 1-1/2 story, gable front plan with gable end returns. and 1/1 sash with masonry lintels, and original door surround. This building retains some degree of integrity, although considerable modifications have taken place - particularly in regard to sash replacement. It remains a supporting element o.f the district, due to its integrity of form and construction material.
Wyman Delbert Pasco, born December 30, 1890 in Warrensburg, was the son of Delbert E. and Sarah (Magee) Pasco. He graduated from Warrensburg High School in 1910 and taught school at Stony Creek the
following year. He graduated from Al-bany Business Col-lege in 1912 and entered the hard-ware, grain and automobile business with his father and brother Walter.
Their association with A.C. Emerson Company resulted in his becoming president of that firm until his death in 1959. He married Leneta Mills in 1912. They had two sons, Robert E. and Ralph Edward, and three daughters, Clara, Helen and Mary. Wyman Pasco entered politics in 1917 when he was elected assessor. In 1921 he was elected justice of the peace, serving until he was appointed supervisor following the death of Frank W. Smith in June, 1931. He held that office until 1944 and died in 1959.