Thomas House – Rivercrest

Architect Joseph R. Pelich was responsible for the design of this house, which was constructed in 1927 by Cash and Mangham, contractors, for J. Elmer Thomas, a petroleum analyst, and his wife, Mary S. Thomas. The eclectic Period Revival house is composed of a central hipped mass with projecting one- and two-story bays. Cast-stone coping and bas-relief plaques embellish the house, which is clad in a variegated buff-yellow brick veneer.

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