3328 Harrison, Kansas City Register of Historic Places PDF  | Print |

Edward H. Morgan, a hide merchant, was the orginal owner of 3328 Harrison Street, Kansas City, Missouri. The brick Queen Anne was built in 1896. The residence faces east onto Harrison. A porch, with wooden columns supporting the roof, extends across the east facade. The main entrance is recessed at the southeast corner of the building. The center bay terminates in a gable on the attic story. A small hipped dormer is south of the attic gable. Brick chimneys pierce the east, west and north roof slopes. The fenestration consists of segmental arch windows possessing stone lugsills.

The house was placed on the Kansas City Register of Historic Places on September 13, 1979. The Landmarks Commission determined that it is significant for its architectural style.