1040 Patton Street

Warren L. Katzenmoyer House

1040patHouse. Contributing, by 1922.
Bungalow style one-story plus basement house with a cross gable roof. Small rear addition. Walls are German siding. Attached front porch has battered posts on brick piers which have been stuccoed. Windows are one-over-one, with some casement at the basement level. Front door is a single light. Lot drops sharply to the rear. Warren L. Katzenmoyer, a dyer at Chipman-LaCrosse Hosiery Mills, and wife Lois lived here from 1939 to 1940. Roy L. Degan, a fixer at Chipman-LaCrosse Mills, and wife Pauline lived here fro 1941 to 1942. Albert G. and Mary R. Zang lived here from 1943 to 1944. From 1945 to 1946, this house was listed as a "tourist" house, probably meaning it was a boarding house. From 1948 to 1949 Jack and Evelyn Schulman, who owned a women's wear store, lived here. Most of these occupants were probably renters. Good condition.
(Sanborn maps, city directories)

Garage. Contributing, by 1926.
One-story building.

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