Yes, the inside of the house certainly puts the correct date on it. Even though we don't think of it as such today, they thought of that interior as, "Colonial Revival." This was a simpler, yet still high style idea, than the opulent interiors that ruled during the Victorian Era and were still in style even then during the first years of the Century. When this house was built it was considered the most modern thing on a foundation. 1905 is very early for the Foursquare Design. I find these types of houses quite interesting because they have the elements of the transition from Nineteenth Century esthetic ideas to those of the 20th Century which were expressed in the Craftsman, Stickley and Chicago Prairie styles .