1010 Highland Avenue
Contributing. ca. 1920.
This one-story-plus-basement, front-gable Craftsman bungalow has vinyl siding, knee braces, a cross-gable wraparound porch with knee braces and battered posts on capped painted brick piers, a modern balustrade, a stuccoed interior chimney, brick foundation, and six-over-one windows. At the rear, what appears to have been doors or windows has been enclosed at the northwest corner with T-111 siding. The opening is too narrow to have been a garage door. House sits on a small lot which slopes to the rear. There have been several occupants through the years including Lee W. Rector, with Anders & Rector Real Estate, and wife Gladys (1937-1938); Edwin T. Henderson, supervisor with the State Highway Department, and wife Ollie (1939-1940); Stephen S. and Margaret Rozier (1941 - 1942); Margaret Rozier (1943-1944); Joyce Shook, a teacher at Rosa Edwards School, (1948 - 1955); and Samuel M. and Clara Williams (1956-1957). (Sanborn maps; city directories)