Webb House – College

The Webb House is a two-story wood-framed dwelling, rectangular in plan, with hipped roof and clapboard siding. Very similar in composition to the house at 1900 Sixth Avenue, it is notable for its two-story portico with giant Tuscan columns flanked by single story sections with short columns. The house was first listed in the 1907-08 city directory as the residence of Percy M. Webb, vice president of the French-Webb Live Stock Commission Co. Webb lived here until c. 1915. Since the 1930s, the house has been used as apartments. The Webb House has been demolished.

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