1032 Patton Street
House. Contributing, by 1922.
Bungalow style one-story plus basement house with a front gable roof. Deck added at rear. Walls are German siding. Attached front porch with battered posts on brick piers, and brick steps. Windows are twelve-over-one with some casement windows in the basement. Replacement front door with transom window above. Harry E. Katzenmoyer and wife Stella lived here from 1937 to 1940. Katzenmoyer was president of Chipman-LaCrosse Hosiery Mill. The house was vacant for a while, then Miss Jessie A. Stilt lived here from 1943 to 1946. From 1948 to 1949 John McGraw, a traveling salesman, and wife Estelle lived here. Good condition.
(Sanborn maps, city directories)
Garage. Contributing, by 1926.
One-story front gable roof building with wood siding.