In 1892, the Elfred Bartoo-designed Queen Anne style home was built at 129 Main Street for Harlow and his wife Julia. The couple and their children Helen, Bruce, and Margaret, lived in the house until 1906. As the family grew and flourished, so did the Bundy Manufacturing Company. By the turn of the 20th century, thousands of workers world wide were clocking in on Bundy Time Recording machines. By 1924, Harlow Bundy’s company had grown to become International Business Machines - IBM.