Anderson House – Chatburn

Sited at the end of a cul-de-sac in the Cheltenham neighborhood, this two-story brick residence is noteworthy for its sumptuous use of materials, particularly the cast stone portico and glazed green-tiled roof. It was built c. 1923 for Marvin G. Anderson, owner of the Anderson Drug Company. His wife, Blanche, was an artist, and the … Read more

Dulaney House – Elizabeth

Situated on a conspicuous corner lot at the east end of Elizabeth Blvd., this is one of the most imposing residences on a street celebrated for large, elaborate houses. It is a two-story masonry pile veneered in fine pale brown brick, rectangular in plan with lustrous green-tiled hipped roof. The symmetrical front elevation has projecting … Read more

Bockstein House – Windsor

This two-story brick house, with projecting front porch, prominent chimney and symmetrical loggia and porte-cochere to each side, is virtually identical to the slightly earlier Bevan House at 2900 6th Avenue, designed and built by Dr. M. J. Bisco. It was built in 1929 for Harry Bockstein, president of a company dealing in wholesale fruit … Read more

McCamey-Cowan House – Medford

This two-story brick house has a boxy massing with a red-tiled hipped roof. An off-set chimney flanked by pairs of arched and rectangular windows is balanced by a projecting porch with roof balcony. Built in 1928 for James W. McCamey, an oil operator, it was purchased in the mid-1930s by Robert E. Cowan, manager of … Read more

Fleming House – Medford

The Fleming House is a large two-story brick residence situated on a prominent corner site in the center of the Park Hill subdivision. Designed by Joseph R. Pelich and built in 1927, it is quite similar to Pelich’s earlier Melat House in Ryan Place (see 2600 Ryan Place Drive). It is a two-story gabled structure, … Read more

Apartment Building – Leuda

This two-story apartment building is sheathed with stucco over a wood frame. In composition, it has two hipped wings joined by a terraced breezeway. It was built in 1936 by contractor R. E. Steagall for Edney and Annie Duke. The complex fits sensitively into a residential neighborhood. This building was listed in the National Register … Read more