1021 Maple Street

V. Harley Shipman House

1021 mapleContributing. ca. 1925.
This one-story, cross gable roof Craftsman bungalow with German siding has exposed rafter ends, an attached front-gable porch with knee braces, square wood posts, and a solid, German-sided balustrade.  Windows are eight-over-one.  There is an interior brick chimney on the main block of the house and on the south side of the wing to the rear.  The wing to the rear, which extends out to the north and south of the house does not appear on the 1954 Sanborn and so it is likely a modern addition, but it is similar to the main block in appearance.  The house sits on a small level lot with a modern picket fence in front. V. Harley Shipman, owner of Shipman Brothers Garage, and wife Vesta, lived in this house from 1926 through at least the late 1950s. (Sanborn maps; city directories).

1021 Maple Street.  Shed.  Non-contributing. Modern.
One-story, side gable modern frame building with a standing seam metal roof.

1021 Maple Street.  Garage. Contributing. ca. 1925.
One-story, one automobile bay garage with flush board siding, a front-gable roof, and plywood doors added in front.  There is a taller one-story, shed-roof modern addition at the rear with flush board siding.

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